Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Willow's Lunch

Yesterday I was so excited when yet more bento toys arrived in the mail from Japan. Two of which are included in this lunch box: the little bucket with handle holding some grape halves and the sandwiches made using a sandwich cutter and sealer. Along with these she had some cucumber and carrots and some ducky eggs. I had seen these around on the net. Aren't they cute? I used black sesame seeds for the eyes and little carrot beaks.

Only two more days left on my Easy Lunch Box giveaway so if you haven't entered for your chance to win, now's the time to do so!

17 comments:

RoseBelle said...

The bucket is sooo cute! Love the egg creation. I think Bento making requires a lot of creativity and you sure have them!

Kelly Polizzi said...

Thanks a lot rosebelle. I am inspired by all the great bento makers out there. There are so many great ideas.

Donda said...

YOU ARE THE BEST MOM EVER...You should adopt me!! :)

Mommy Spirit said...

How creative! I just love these very inspired lunches. Your children must be so excited to eat. Do they ask if they can help you? By the way, we have something in common. I'm from Connecticut too!

Mommy Spirit said...

I'm now following you back! Your two children are beautiful. I suppose Ryder would be too young to want to make lunches yet (lol) but I'm sure Willow LOVES them. Too cute.

Sonoma Bento said...

Awesome egg chickies! And I love the way you cut the cucumbers and carrots. Is that a special knife or mandoline slicer?

Kelly Polizzi said...

Thanks! It was actually a wavy vegetable knife thing I bought at a kitchen store not long ago. Similar to this: http://www.amazon.com/MSC-International-Jo-Vegetable-Knife/dp/B001VE4K78/ref=sr_1_15?ie=UTF8&s=home-garden&qid=1279822079&sr=8-15 It's good for cutting potato slices or crinkle cut fries too!

Kelly Polizzi said...

Nice to meet you mommy spirit! Willow often asks if she can help. But mostly she helps eat it while I make it lol

tea said...

What a cute lunch. I like those little sealed sandwiches. ;)

Jaime said...

I just found your blog and can I say I LOVE the title! LOVE LOVE LOVE! The ideas here are adorable. You have yourself a new follower!

tsue1136 said...

Too cute!

Stopping by from Friday Follow.
I'm now following you via GFC!

I love your blog's name!
Enjoy the weekend,
Terri
http://tsue-thatswhatshesaid.blogspot.com

Terry said...

OMG!! If I made a lunch like that, I would have to do it everyday....wait, you DO, don't you?? You must be an awesome Mom!!

Heather said...

That isn't lunch, that's art.

Nice to meet you from the follow. I am so enjoying the name of your blog. Very Clever!!

Have a great weekend.

I'm Tatom said...

Ok that is the cutest looking lunch ever! So creative

Sandra said...

Is this little lunch for real? That is awesome!
I found you on a Friday Follow, but I will be following very closely. These ideas are terrific!

Cinda said...

Hi I'm from Friday Follow. I like the bento lunches. They are just so cute and I'm sure anyone would love to have them for lunch. I'm inspired to make them too for my kids.

http://thissideoftheisland.blogspot.com/

Semi-Slacker Mom said...

I'm following from Friday Follow & I have to say I love your bento ideas! So cute! I may steal some of them to try to get my children to eat better.

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