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Host a fun playdate for the kids with this colorful Tote Bag Craft plus yummy LunchMakers® +Drink snack idea!
My kids beg to have their friends over on a regular basis. I’ve found that we have to be intentional about being social, with our busy after school schedule. It just takes a little planning! There’s always homework and chores to be done, but sometimes the kids need to let loose!
Once a week, the kids have early out from school, so this is typically when we invite friends over, to maximize play time. Since my daughter loves crafting, we decided to host a fun, creative afternoon with her cute friend, decorating tote bags and snacking on delicious LunchMakers + Drink! It was a memorable day, for sure!
I love easy, convenient snacks like LunchMakers! They’re already prepared, so all I had to do was surprise the girls while their tote bags were drying. They were all smiles!
Some of our favorites are Ham & American Cheese LunchMakers + Drink, Turkey & American Cheese LunchMakers + Drink, and Pepperoni Pizza LunchMakers + Drink. There are more yummy varieties too!
I purchased our LunchMakers at my local Albertsons, but they’re also available at H-E-B, Meijer, Safeway.
I love that LunchMakers include a Fruit Punch drink made from 100% Juice! They’re packed with protein and the treats are made with real fruit! This mom approves!
Here’s what you’ll need for this activity:
Plain white tote bags
Hot glue gun
Let the kids get creative, painting and decorating their tote bags however they desire! They sky’s the limit! We placed a piece of cardboard inside the bag to prevent the paint from bleeding through.
My daughter loves all things unicorn and rainbows, so I predicted how hers would look before she even started. 🙂
I hot glued on pom poms and buttons after they were finished painting.
Then it’s snack time while the paint dries!
They loved crafting, but I think the highlight of the entire afternoon was definitely the refreshments. Because turkey and cheese crackers and pizza are always a good idea. 🙂
I set a goal to host regular playdates for my kids in this new year. We’re off to a good start!