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HOW TO MAKE A PERSONALIZED TRAVEL SNACK BOX
Summertime means lots of traveling. And when traveling with kids, you’re bound to hear the words “I’m hungry!” There’s nothing worse than digging in your bag for a snack and coming up empty handed. Or worse, pulling out a crunched up snack that no one wants to eat. Keep the kids happy by making them their very own personalized travel snack box. Just fill it with their favorite snacks, toss it in your bag and you’re ready to go! Find out how you can make your own personalized travel snack box today!
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You could simply use your travel snack box as-is, but personalizing it with your child’s name makes it that much better. Not to mention, if you have more than one child it helps to tell the snack boxes apart (and avoid having the kids argue over which one is theirs!) Personalizing your travel snack box is super-simple! Just follow these easy steps and you’ll be all set:
Using a vinyl cutting machine, start by cutting your child’s name out of colored vinyl.
Tear off a piece of Glad press’n seal that’s slightly larger than your cut vinyl letters. The press’n seal will act as your transfer tape. Place this over the top of your vinyl letters.
Using a back and forth motion with your squeegee, press down hard on the transfer tape until it sticks to the vinyl letters.
Turn over, and gently peel off the backing paper (leaving the vinyl letters behind on the transfer tape).
Holding the transfer tape, center the name on the top of your travel snack box.
Press down firmly with your squeegee until the letters stick to the travel snack box.
Gently peel off the transfer tape. And that’s it!
Now just fill your travel snack box with yummy snacks and you’re ready to go!
Try Making Your Own Travel Snack Box
Keep the kids happy while on the go with a simple-to-make travel snack box. Try making yours today!
Do you have any tips or tricks for traveling with kids? I’d love to hear about them in the comments below!