This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #AHugeSale #CollectiveBias #Albertsons. I have a special treat for readers today – free lunch box notes for kids. With encouraging messages to fuel not just their stomachs but their hearts as well. Keep reading to get access to 16 different lunch box notes with designs for boys and girls.
FREE Lunch Box Notes for Kids and an Anniversary Sale
Are your kids heading back to school soon? Starting today, there are some awesome sales going on at Albertsons during their HUGE anniversary sale (7/29-8/11) to help families prepare for the back to school season.
With great sale prices, you can pair drinks and snacks with these free fun lunch notes. The lunch box notes are designed to fit perfectly into nearly any size lunch bad or bag and there are 16 designs to choose from.
I included designs for both boys and girls so you’ll everything from flowers to superheroes. Many of the images used are part of the public domain and can be found online. These fun free printables will help you to nourish your child’s self-esteem. Let them know you’re thinking of them with these free, fun lunch box notes.
To download your copy, just click the blue “Download Now” button below.
Savings at Albertsons’ Anniversary Sale
If you need to restock your pantry for back to school, make sure to check out Albertsons for some great deals on supplies for lunch boxes and snacks. A few items to keep to look for great deals on include:
- Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast
- Pepsi, 12-Pack, 12-oz.cans. Select varieties
- Gatorade or Lipton Tea, 8 pk pr 12pk
- Pepsi or Mountain Dew Flavors, 12-Pack, 12-oz.cans.
- Doritos, Lay’s Kettle Cooked, or Rold Gold Pretzels, Select varieties and sizes, mix & match
I shopped Albertsons Huge Anniversary sale, but you can be sure to check out what great deals are available at Safeway, Jewel, Osco, or Amigos as well.
How do you get ready for Back to School?
The boys and I are gearing up with library books, new curriculum choices, extracurricular activity sign-ups, and a pantry stock full of snacks for our family since we’re often on the go. How do you get ready for the back to school season? Leave your tips and comments below for other HappyandBlessedHome.com readers to learn from. Plus – I will reply back – I always love hearing from my readers.
I hope you enjoy the free lunch box printables. Thanks for being a fan!
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