Let’s Doodle Lunch! (GIVEAWAY)
School is almost out for summer.
Gigi has a few more weeks and Lulu only has a few more days.
I’ve been looking forward to summer: no lunches to pack, no homework to do, no praying to dear God that nothing forces me out of my car when I do the morning drop off in boxer shorts, crazy lady hair and bare feet. So far so good.
Then, just when summer can’t get here fast enough, we have a day like today when I foolishly take Lulu bra shopping.
Drawers were opening left and right and 32 As through 46 Fs in pink leopard print, electric blue rhinestones and neon green lace were flying.
I’m pretty sure that saleslady never wants to have children now, and not because of my depressing cup size after having breastfed two kids.
(Goodbye, male readers. Like my once ample bosom, It was nice having you around while you lasted.)
It was the perfect afternoon to give the girls an activity and to give you a giveaway.
I almost always make my own bread for lunches, but I also always keep a store-bought loaf in the freezer for emergencies. Rudi’s Organic Bakery is one of the few brands that I feel really good about buying. They use all organic, non-GMO ingredients, no high fructose corn syrup or trans fat. They’ve also recently developed a gluten-free line as well that I’ve yet to track down but I’m excited to try.
Through the promotion, parents can join the Rudi’s Facebook community, upload their kid’s artwork, and get a FREE sandwich box with that art on top of the lid from now until June 30th.
The idea is to encourage healthy creativity, both on the sandwich box and inside.
The girls were totally into the idea of leaving their permanent mark on, well, anything that they can.
The true sign of razor-sharp focus is the sticking out of one’s tongue.
The true sign of pickle obsession is a pickle bandaid. On an imaginary injury.
Once their designs, along with those done by other kiddos, are submitted, Rudi’s Facebook fans will have the chance to vote on their favorite design. For each vote cast, Rudi’s will donate a $1 to The Lunch Box Project, a non-profit that is devoted to empowering schools to serve nutritious, whole foods to all students.
And to help you and your kids get started, Rudi’s is offering a really fun package to one lucky P&TY reader.
One winner from the comments below will receive:
- 1 art kit complete with paints, crayons, markers, etc., (note: we didn’t receive these art prizes for hosting this giveaway, but we do have this exact art kit and the girls love it!);
- 1 sketch pad for doodling;
- 1 black beret for creative inspiration;
- 1 reusable Rudi’s Organic bag; and,
- 2 free coupons good for any Rudi’s Organic product.
To enter, leave a comment below telling me your favorite sandwich combo. (I do have another few weeks of lunches to pack, after all.)
Winners will be announced on May 18, 2012. Good luck!
*Disclaimer: We got a few coupons for Rudi’s Organic products, but really I chose to participate so you guys could learn about the cool sandwich boxes and get the art kit!