Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Ladybug Egg Sheet Bento

As I said yesterday I am loving egg sheets. I did the red one myself.
11/16: Ladybug Egg Sheet- sausage & cheese bites, peas, apple, panda cookies, and 2 ladybugs made from black & red egg sheet. I punched the holes in the red to make it look like spots!

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  1. The ladybugs looks super cute.You are so clever to make them with egg sheet,just amazing.

  2. Very Cute. Does your daughter take these to school for lunch? Don't they shift around and not look so adorable by lunch?

    Do you do these everyday? I'm doing good to remember to send a check so the kid can eat cafeteria food most of the time.

  3. Winnie~ Yes, my daughter takes these to school each day. I have a few thermal lunch bags that have the handle on the top so it stays level when she carries it. I often put some plastic wrap scrunched up to help hold things in place. I've also seen people use lettuce, which I haven't tried yet. There are days when it's a mess, but for the most part the lunches are intact. She begs me to let her eat school lunch but her classmates beg me to make them lunches. LOL! I am saving money by making these PLUS I know she's eating a healthy lunch. She gets more time to eat as she gets to go sit down right away instead of waiting in line for a few minutes getting her lunch.

    Thanks for visiting!

  4. I'm always amazed at creativity like this! What great memories you are creating.

  5. Love it! Really cute idea. What is the leaf made of? It looks like a plastic decoration?

  6. I should have mentioned the baran (food dividers)! They are silicon. I have ones that look like leaves and the one between the cheese & sausage looks like grass.

  7. Those ladybugs are ADORABLE! Love them! Thanks for linking up to TGIF! See you next week
    Beth =-)


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