Put your lunchbox on double-duty. Make it functional as well as eye-catching.
1. Use one to store some desk supplies as shown here: pens, post-its, index cards and tabs. Simply close the lid to avoid tempting those pesky supply gremlins from helping themselves.
2. Keep your stationery, stamps and stickers together so you can easily locate those birthday cards with the flip of a latch. You won’t procrastinate as much when everything is in one place ready to mail out (after the obligatory insertion of a check or a gift card).
3. Or better yet, use a lunchbox as a clever gift box. Wrap up something in abundant colorful tissue, curl some ribbon around the handles or decorate it with a faux floral stem. Give a gift with creative flair.
4. What kid doesn’t want to bring toys along on any car ride, be it to a doctor’s appointment or to Grandma’s house? Keep those action figures from wandering in public. Park those toy cars in a lunchbox garage.
Depending on the lunchbox design, it’s fun to keep its contents in the same theme. For example:
5. Musicians can store guitar picks, strings and cables in the Aquarius Fender Deluxe Reverb Guitar Amp.
Here’s another example of staying in keeping with a lunchbox’s theme –
6. Our Please Do Not Feed the Zombies lunchbox hides a snackivore’s goodies from any hands that might happen by. Just close the lid and batten down the hatches.
However, if you do want to appease the sluggish zombies at work who need to ramp up their blood sugar to get through the afternoon. Then you prop it open and sacrifice your goodies.
So there you have it. Six nifty ways to put your lunchbox to work. Besides looking cool, our quality lunchboxes will dutifully serve a purpose on your work desk, at home, and even during the apocalypse panic. Better stock up.
Lunchboxes dimensions are approx. 8″ x 7″ x 4″ $12.99 each
Tin Totes dimensions are approx. 7.2” x 3” x 7.8” $10.99 each
Can you think of other interesting ways to use our metal lunchboxes?