Thursday, December 13, 2012

Funkins Review and Giveaway - Holiday Gift Guide

You might be saying what is Funkins? Let me tell you...
Funkins are bright, reusable cloth napkins made especially for kids. They are ideal for lunch boxes, and perfect for meal and snack time at home, and on the go. Funkins are a smart alternative to throwaway napkins and tablecloths, and they are the perfect complement to environmentally-conscious families and schools that practice waste-free lunch programs.

Funkins have double-sided patterns and are made from 100% cotton fabric using low impact dyes. They are a fun and cute way to spice up a kids meal or bring happiness to the table while also being eco-friendly. We use ours for almost every meal, they can be used as both a napkin and a placemat. Not only do the boys like to have "their" placemat at their own spot, but it keeps some of the mess on the Funkin, not on the table. I folded the top down so that both patterns were visible, I liked being able to see both sides.

Liam and his Funkin. We call him monkey so this was a great pattern choice for him!
JJ is using one of the holiday patterns, not to mention he LOVES penguins!

The choices and patterns Funkins has to offer is great. They have some especially for Boys, Girls, and Holidays! Another great thing Funkins offers is if you start a waste-free lunch program and promote Funkins in your school, they will give back to your school’s activities and programs. Check it out here.

Enter to win a Set of 5 Funkins (winners choice)

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*Limited to US residents 18 years old and above. Giveaway starts Dec. 13 2012 and ends on Dec. 22, 2012 at 12:01 am EST. Winner will be emailed and has 72 hours to respond before another winner is selected. I was not paid for this giveaway or post. The opinions on this item are 100% mine and may vary from others. The sponsor is responsible for providing the prize. I was sent a product to review for this post.

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