Free Printable Lunch Box Notes

Ready or not,  it is time to start packing those lunch boxes again! Eeek! I can’t believe it’s almost back to school season — and  many of you have said you’ve already used our updated first day of school signs, as well as the 3 new printable sign styles we shared last month, to commemorate sending your kiddos back! 

Send your kids back to school with a bit of extra love in their backpacks -- these easy and free printable lunch box notes! This set of 8 will brighten their day and put a smile on their faces -- especially if you pack an extra treat ;) Get the free printable at

I feel like we JUST started our summer vacation (and we don’t go back to school until nearly the end of August) so we’ve still got a little time for a last summer vacation and of course, plenty of YARDZEE and other fun yard games!

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But… there’s no time to prepare for back to school like right now (and all those back to school sales! clothes shopping and fresh crayons, here I come!) and my oldest is starting first grade and will be gone all day. Which will be great for her but a little sad for this mom, so I’m trying to get us all extra excited about the things that will be new this year: like packing a lunch!

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Some kids love taking a packed lunch, but I always wanted to have school lunch — especially on the days there were peanut butter bars! So, to make packed lunches more fun for everyone, we partnered with Canon and our amazing contributor Sara this month to bring you a fun free printable which includes 8 different lunch box note designs. (Psst, we also shared some really fun school lunch ideas here and here, for those days when you feel like packing a cute lunch!) 

Tuck these little notes of encouragement into your child’s lunch and help brighten his or her day!

FREE back to school printables for your kids lunchboxes! Get the free PDF at

These notes are the perfect way to show you care, for a mid-day boost and a little love from home. 

Get this free set of eight cute lunch box notes to brighten your child's day. Free printable at

Just click here to download the printable lunch box notes  and print them on card stock for extra durability. We, of course, used our beloved and beautiful Canon PIXMA MG7720 printer



The designs are perfect for kids of all ages. Or if you pack a lunch for your significant other (or they pack their own), slip one of these inside since they could probably use some encouragement and a smile at lunchtime, too!

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And you can even add a personalized note on the back of the card. Sometimes it’s the little things that can turn a day around! 

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Click Here to Get The Printable Lunch Box Notes

*All Remodelaholic printables are for personal, non-commercial use only. Use it, gift it, but don’t alter it, sell it or otherwise distribute the print or the file. Thanks!

Happy first day of school!

We are so happy to be working with Canon this year to bring you all some easy do at home printer projects to make your home beautiful or your life a little bit easier and happier.  Please help us share the word about these fabulous projects by sharing on Pinterest or Facebook!  And check out the Canon PIXMA MG7720, it is a beautiful and USEFUL addition to any office or craft room.


See some of our other collaborative posts with Canon, plus more free printables here:

First Day of School Printable Signs — 4 styles!
(with matching last day of school signs coming in the spring!)

free printable back to school signs

Printable Birthday or Any Day Gift Tags
Gift Tag printable with Canon printer by @remodelaholic-5

Free set of 4 hand-drawn feather prints
free hand-drawn feather printables, in DIY frames @Remodelaholic

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Sara Davis is the DIY home décor blogger behind Sincerely, Sara D. Sara believes she was created to create and loves sharing her work in hopes of inspiring others. In her DIY project tutorials, Sara shows that anyone can create a beautiful space with little cost and effort while giving others the confidence to create!

Sara and her husband Steve live in Pendleton, Indiana with their three children, Bryant, Benson and Lena. When not blogging or driving children to and from sports and school events, she teaches classes, consults with home décor clients and encourages others to create.

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