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Christmas Lunch and Holiday Hop with Friends

I'm joining my bento blogger friends for another fun hop (you hop from one blog to another.) This is week 2 of 3 of the Holiday Hop. Our bento circle of friends is growing so we thought we'd split into 3 smaller hops. (Check out Holiday Hop Week 1

Miss C's lunch:
Cucumber Christmas Tree
with Carrot Ornaments, ranch in a Gift, cheese Star
and a peanut butter Snowman Sandwich 
with caramel marshmallow hat and blackberries.

(packed in less than 15 minutes using a 2-tiered red bento box)

Check out Bento Days below and hop around to see other 
Holiday/Christmas lunch inspirations.




Comments

  1. cute snowman and I love the embellished mini present dip cup :)

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  2. Very cute! I want to make that cucumber tree for my daughter.

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  3. I am so making a cucumber tree. Awesome job!

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  4. So cute! I love his banana hat.

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  5. Very cute cucumber tree! and snowman too. Love the banana hat, very creative

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  6. Love your cucumber tree! The whole lunch is cute.

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  7. Cute lunch! Great job!

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  8. Love the snowman and his scarf, and what a fun way to make your sauce container into a package!

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  9. So sweet! LOVE the 'gift' sauce container!

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  10. What a great lunch! It is so cute and filled with wonderful foods!

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  11. That tree is great, and the snowman too. But I love the gift box! Genius!

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  12. Too cute! I love the cucumber tree, but I have to agree that gift box sauce cup is brilliant!

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  13. Love your Christmas Tree idea Myra. Love that it's 3D and healthy, and not flat and bland. The gift box cup fits your theme. LOVE IT!!

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