My grand kids stay overnight every Wednesday. In the morning, we have to decide if they are doing a hot school lunch, or a cold sack lunch packed by NeeNee (that would be me). My four year old grandson, Fischer, is in love with superheroes (imagine that!). His favorite is Spiderman. Here is this week’s cold lunch bag.
I purchased the black plastic spiders from GoPlanetEarth.com. The spider is attached to the ribbon with transparent fishing line and artwork was printed onto the lunch bag with a color laser printer. If you order only the spiders from GoPlanetEarth, mention the following in the comment section at checkout: SPIDERS from Blimpy Girl web site. The company will remove the displayed shipping cost and charge only $2.00 for shipping in a padded envelope. That’s comes out to 29 cents per spider (with shipping). You have the option for repeated use if you instruct your child to bring the spider home.
Email me for a FREE MS Publisher template allowing you to swap out the child’s name. Untie the ribbon to open the lunch bag and use the spider to frighten lunchroom friends.
Fold over the top of bag (about one inch) and punch two holes for threading the ribbon. This is also an economical way to make birthday treat or goodie bags.