Stitch-Experiment 626 bento lunch
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Thanks to a recommendation from a few blogging friends a few months ago, my kids watched the Disney movie Lilo and Stitch for the first time. They are officially hooked. In fact, even though the original movie was in 2003, the girls decided they had to be Lilo and Stitch for Halloween.
Scrump (Lilo’s doll) and Stitch
Miss A is loves her little alien Stitch. I made her this little Stitch bento for school this week. I received the Stitch bento from one of my generous blogger friends and found the cookie cutters, picks and small containers through eBay. All the Stitch baran are available at All Things For Sale. The links and photos are listed at the end of this post.
The mini Stitch sandwiches are made from Rudi’s Whole Grain bread with SunButter. Underneath the sandwiches are apple slices. To the left are red seedless grapes, mango slices, raspberries and a piece of kiwi.
A project I volunteer for is a Pack A Sack food program at my church. The program feeds kids at a local elementary school each weekend that would otherwise go hungry. Last year I helped bring fresh fruits and vegetables to be added to their packed meals. For Halloween I did a decorated clementine for each child in their meal before Halloween. They were a huge hit with the kids.
These are a small sample of the clementines I did this week. My husband even helped draw them and enjoyed the project with me. Each one is different. I used a non-toxic Sharpie marker. The oils from the fruit dry them out quickly, but it’s worth the fun. It’s even a great, healthy idea for your trick or treaters. Hope everyone has a relaxing weekend ahead!
Stitch items available at All Things For Sale: