This is a sponsored post for Smucker’s. All opinions are mine.
Just because the start of school is right around the corner doesn’t mean the summer adventures have to end. In fact, we’ve been taking advantage of these last few days with some fun day trip destinations. No matter how far you’re going though, whether vacation or staycation, you have to have some good snacks on hand!
Thankfully, Walmart is your ultimate SNACKATION destination! They have everything you would need to make it a smooth ride to wherever you’re headed. Like these Jif To Go Dippers, complete with dippable pretzels!
We made our way around the store with my two eager helpers and, while in the freezer section, picked up a box of Uncrustables. Peanut butter and grape jelly flavor, because my kids are traditional like that.
These are great snacks to take on the go! Not only are the Jif To Go Dippers perfect for munching in the car, but the Uncrustables should be perfectly thawed by the time you get to your destination and ready to eat. Just grab what you need and go! No preparation, no mess, no fuss. My kind of snacks!
Where are we going on our next day trip destination? You’ll have to stay tuned to find out! Just look at the faces on these cute Animal Faces bag ties for a hint, however.
I made up one of these paper lunch bags for each of my 3 kids, with a fitting animal and color tied to close the bag. Buzz, my 9 year, is my monkey while Abby roars like a lion and Jedi is stands above the rest like a giraffe.
Animal Faces Paper Bag Ties
- Animal Faces free printable
- colored paper
- hole punch
- twine or hemp string
Print Animal Faces and cut out each inside the circle. Cut a larger piece of your choice of colored paper and glue the animal face onto the colored paper.
Fold down your paper bag and place your animal face tag where wanted. Punch 2 holes on both sides of all. Thread your twine through and tie in a simple bow.
Not only are they cute, but it’s also a fun way to tell which bag is for which kid and keeps your lunch or snacks safely together and closed. Do you know where we’re going?