The contents of this bento box lunch:
- peanut butter & jelly sandwich
- 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?
Two sideways grapes wearing crowns and buggy icing eyes become two more little leaping lords. I love these little guys!
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.
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! :)
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