Wednesday, August 10, 2011
And what better way to bring yours than in a vintage lunchbox?!
They look great galvanised -
|Antique pieced tin lunchbox, vintage Sterling tin miner's lunchbox with timber bale handle, vintage metal Handy Andy lunchbox with leather strap and vintage Thermos dome lunchbox|
in basic black -
|Vintage metal industrial lunchbox, vintage metal domed lunchbox and vintage workman's tin lunchbox|
or, with a painted or enamelled finish -
|Vintage Corsage metal lunchbox, vintage French enamel lunchbox and French miner's lunchbox|
They are rather fetching in plaid -
|Vintage plaid lunchboxes from vintagefiftyfour, 4TheLoveofVintage and Tiny Victories|
and super cute when designed with little girls -
|Vintage Little Dutch Miss lunchbox, vintage Raggedy Ann and Andy lunchbox and vintage 1979 Holly Hobbie lunch box|
and boys in mind -
|Vintage tin farm lunchbox, vintage 30s 40s Kids Cowboy lunchbox and vintage metal lunchbox with travel theme|
Of course, I'll take one in pink -
|Image via Shabby Chicks|
and I am so buying this one for my husband -
|Available form here|
given that we call him the Cookie Monster here at ChezB!
Of course, vintage lunchboxes don't just have to be used for food. They make great decorating items and can be used for storing away bits and pieces. They would even be quite sweet used at a wedding or birthday for favours or for guests to leave messages in - lovely!
Happy Wednesday and "Bon Appetit!"
Posted by StephieB at 7:45 PM