Monday, January 3, 2011

10th day of Christmas: ten lords a leaping

Leaping lizards frog lords! I had to take some creative license privileges to pull off ten lords a leaping. These are an amphibian variety of lords.


10th day of Christmas
The contents of this bento box lunch:
- peanut butter & jelly sandwich
- cucumbers
- strawberries
- grapes
- dry roasted edamame
- clementine orange
- gummy frogs

The sandwich was cut with The Lunch Punch frog cutter and decorated with a fruit leather crown and icing eyes. It was the Lunch Punch that inspired me to use frogs to pull off the leaping lords. Gotta love Lunch Punch! :)

Two of the cucumber chunks were cut using a frog-face-shaped mini cutter and also decked out with mini icing eyes. Aren't they cute?
10th day cucumber frogs

Two sideways grapes wearing crowns and buggy icing eyes become two more little leaping lords. I love these little guys!
10th day grape lords

I can't tell you how many times I counted the frogs going into this box to make sure I wasn't leaving any out. Over and over again I counted. And somehow I still managed to mess it up.
10th day numbering

If you count the frog shaped mini cup that holds the edamame there are actually eleven frogs in this bento box. Doh! (major forehead-slap moment) I can't believe it. Pass me the dunce cap.

This is part 10 of a 12 part bento series on the Twelve Days of Christmas! :)
See also:
9th day of Christmas: nine ladies dancing8th day of Christmas: eight maids a milking7th day of Christmas: seven swans a swimming6th day of Christmas: six geese a laying5th day of Christmas: five golden rings4th day of Christmas: four calling birds3rd day of Christmas: three french hens2nd day of Christmas: two turtle doves
1st day of Christmas: a partridge in a pear tree

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17 comments:

Jessica said... [Reply to comment]

LOVE!

Tiffany Yang said... [Reply to comment]

11 frogs? wow...how fun!

Uniflame said... [Reply to comment]

I love this bento! Are there cheaper ways to get those icing eyes? I love those, but 14 dollars is a bit much I think.

Melissa said... [Reply to comment]

Uniflame, some people have said they have found them at local candy shops. I haven't had any luck finding them anywhere in person yet, though! :)

Wendy said... [Reply to comment]

Your froggy grapes are killing me! KILLING me! Way too cute!

sara said... [Reply to comment]

the froggie cup doesn't have icing eyes, so it doesn't really count. you got it right at 10! ;)

Life with my sweeties said... [Reply to comment]

Love these!! I hope to get started doing the bentos for my girls soon!

mermaidprincesa said... [Reply to comment]

This is my favorite one of this little series yet. I just love the creativity!

Becky A said... [Reply to comment]

LOVE the frogs! All of them! Super cute.

Glory said... [Reply to comment]

Oh My Gosh! The cute levels are Off The Chart!

Uniflame said... [Reply to comment]

I found an online store in the Netherlands that carries icing eyes so I think I am going to order in some :)

Jocelyn said... [Reply to comment]

I think this is the cutest one yet! Those gummy frogs look good right now. I haven't had those since high school.

Jenni Price Illustration said... [Reply to comment]

The grape frog princes are absolutely adorable! Very fun!

SoHK said... [Reply to comment]

I love your ideas !! I published a post on So Happy kids blog a few days ago to share with my readers !!
http://sohappykids.blogspot.com/2011/01/happy-lunch-box.html
well done "another lunch" !!
xxx
Su

phrogmom said... [Reply to comment]

i love this!!!! wow! you are my hero. i have a son with autism who is starting ppcd next monday, so for the first time ever i have to pack a lunch! your blog is so inspiring and i hope i can incorporate some of your ideas into his lunches. i got him a cute frog lunch bag, so now i need some of those cool divided containers to put inside!

carrie said... [Reply to comment]

wow those are cool. Youre kids must love them. The grape frogs look so cute ;)

Storytime Fun said... [Reply to comment]

Hi, I came across your blog while looking for ideas for a frog storytime. I love your collection of yummy frogs! Such a cute idea!

I would like to invite you to link your post up on my Frog ABC’s Blog Hop. My blog is for librarians, teachers, caregivers, grandparents, and parents of young children who love exploring topics with children through Activities, Books, Crafts, and Snacks (ABC’S). I think your post fits in beautifully with the Snack part of the ABC’S, don’t you?

You will find the Blog Hop here: http://librarystorytimeabcs.blogspot.com/2012/04/frog-abcs-blog-hop.html

I hope you will link up with us!

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