PIP your cute lunches here!
I stole the crocodile sandwich idea from http://susanyuen.wordpress.com/ (hers is cuter), blueberries, snap peas, a mini apple and itty bitty piece of brownie that DD helped me make. The fork is from the Dollar Spot at Target.
A baseball lunch before a baseball game. Sandwich topped with cheese, edamame, cantaloupe, blueberries and a homemade granola bite. Simple and easy, and all I used was a circle biscuit cutter!
An on-the-go snack for a day of errands. Cantaloupe and blueberries with a dog fork for eating them, a homemade granola bite, box of raisins, and a chewy treat. This is why I'm so happy for all of my bento boxes! DD could eat a fairly nutritious, substantial snack out of her lap while riding in shipping carts, the only waste was from the packaging of snacks that are leftover from a long car trip (otherwise those would be in no-waste containers, too), and we were both happy campers.
DD wanted to help make her lunch so she picked the containers and a few of the ingredients, and I did the rest! Sandwich with sprinkles to make a mouse, mini peach, box of raisins, cheese cubes inside the Hello Kitty container and blueberries.
I got a new shipment of bento supplies, and I'm in love with this new panda box! I only used one layer (his head is the lid, but he was too cute not show). Inside are mini panda sandwiches with sprinkle and pick details, blueberries, leftover green beans separated from the sandwiches with silicone leaf "baran," and a mini peach.
I was going for "sheep," but I'm not quite sure it worked! Anyway, here's a super fast lunch - a sandwich topped with a flower-shaped cheese cutout, with details made of sprinkles and chocolate-covered sunflowers, a silicone separator and a mini box of raisins. (I'm trying to empty my cupboard of all the individually packaged snacks I purchased for a few long road trips this summer.)
Have a great week and make a cute lunch! Your little one will love it!