Who would have thought a pear, a Fruit Roll-Up and a couple of pepperoni slices could create an adorable ninja turtle? This adorable ninja turtle lunch would pretty much make little Tommy the coolest kid at the lunch table. On the bright side, he probably has no problem scarfing down leftover soup in a thermos, while it may be hard to chow down on this cute ninja's head.
Can we discuss the details on this Toy Story school lunch? First of all, Woody's hat has stitching. Can you imagine the time and patience it would take to cut out each little piece? I barely have time to chug a cup of coffee in the morning, much less apply stitching details to my child's lunch and shade, yes shade, Woody's face to give him that rosy-cheeked glow. Serious props to this lunch artist.
Is your kid a Mario fan? If so, he may go crazy over this lunch. I love how they used a clementine orange for his nose and an apple slice for his hat. If it weren't for the eyes (and the mustache... and hair), I might be able to pull this off.
Perhaps your little one is a fan of the movie Brave? It looks like crinkled sweet potato fries are used to make the perfect orange curls of Princess Merida's hair.
It seems like every kid is obsessed with the movie Frozen, and this Olaf the snowman inspired lunch is totes adorbs.
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? SpongeBob SquarePants, of course. My favorite part of this lunch is Patrick's little lettuce shorts. Or SpongeBob's marshmallow teeth. Who am I kidding? The entire lunch is genius.
When most people look at a green apple, they think of apple pie, however, when this lunch genius looked at one, she thought Kermit the Frog. And using red noodles as Animal? Well played.
Any Phineas and Ferb fans out there? I thought so. This lunch could be doable, if you happen to have a few marshmallows and a blue Fruit Roll-Up lying around.
I'm not even going to pretend this awesome Monsters, Inc., lunch is doable — unless you happen to have some blue fondant, a precision knife and a master's degree in art design.
From the noodle curls to the sandwich snout and the pea pearl necklace, this Miss Piggy lunch could be the most adorable thing ever created.
Is your child a fan of The Walking Dead? Well, if he is, you have a lot more to worry about than creating an amazing school lunch. Kidding, of course, but this zombie-inspired lunch will earn you some serious cool points with the kids.
Well, now my plain old sliders just look boring.
In case you didn't link through to the facebook page, here is the first look at Funky Party... pic.twitter.com/DUP3x8WE— Funky Lunch Ltd (@funkylunch) September 12, 2012
In case you were wondering what to do with the Brie cheese rind...
The Muppets Swedish Chef gets the Funky Lunch treatment... pic.twitter.com/hMUOprqk— Funky Lunch Ltd (@funkylunch) October 11, 2012
Lastly, if you need me, I'll be in the corner putting some serious detail work on some cucumber teeth.
All this talk about eating horse in the news... but what about a 'Funky' horse? pic.twitter.com/xwINaIq6— Funky Lunch Ltd (@funkylunch) January 16, 2013
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