Monday, July 29, 2013

BIg time rush lunch box


Best School Backpack: Big Time Rush Lunch Box

Big Time Rush Lunch Box

My child was given this as an 8th birthday gift and absolutely loved it. Where she has been frustrated by stencil kits or art pads in the past, this book was easy for her to use. Because the Monster High characters are very lightly but very clearly drawn on each page she was able to replicate the look she wanted on her first try. The stencils are durable and easy to position on the page (they are very slightly translucent). Because of the fineness of the preprinted detail lines in the faces, this is not a suitable pad to use with crayons. Markers might bleed through so I suggested my daughter try using colored pencils with the pad and they worked very well. Excellent gift idea for the Monster High fanatic that might already have everything. I'd include a big box of Crayola 24ct Erasable Colored Pencils and a decent sharpener.

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  1. Aileen Ramirez11/18/2011 12:32 PM

    I'm a 19 year old female who weighs 144 lbs currently, and by Valentines day, I want to be 10 lbs lighter. Any suggestions are much appreciated!

  2. Oscar Hoffman11/27/2011 2:32 PM

    100 years from now it would be rare to see a fat person but now u see obese people everyday. How has it come so far so fast??

  3. Isabella Lucas12/24/2011 4:32 AM

    I was sitting at my lunch table and my friend Jake came over to my friend Kelsea, yelled, "YOU LISTEN TO BIG TIME RUSH!" and then ran away again. xD BURN.

  4. Adrian Marsh11/13/2012 3:32 PM

    If I did this, we would be living on $25k/year. We're barely making ends meet right now with two incomes. Yet it seems like a lot of our friends who are in similar financial situations manage just fine with the wife staying home. How does this work?!

  5. Byron Stephenson11/21/2012 11:32 AM

    visiting with my husband and two sons (6yrs and one year). Boys don't do waiting / queues! should we all get wristbands or will ride tickets do for me since I'll be watching the little guy . Recent reports about not taking in food... older son is a poor eater and would usually pack a lunch. Is that a problem?

  6. Jeffery Waller11/12/2013 3:32 AM

    He is getting bored with the lunchmeat sandwiches I pack for his lunch everyday. And he's a big guy, so peanut butter and jelly doesn't work either. Any ideas? Something that does not need to be warmed up.

  7. Curtis Weaver12/14/2013 12:32 PM

    We are driving from Michigan to North Carolina for a vacation this summer. We are taking two days to drive there and two days to drive back, stopping halfway in Pennsylvania both times. My boys are 5 and 8 and have never experienced a major road trip like this before. I'm looking for tips on entertainment, car sickness remedies, games, must-pack items, thing like that.