Giveaway: Funkins Reusable Napkins

by Wendy Copley on August 14, 2014

Giveaway: Funkins Reusable Napkins

I have another fun back-to-school giveaway for you today: Funkins reusable napkins!

Funkins sent me a pack of their cloth napkins for us to try out and I am looking forward to adding them to the kids’ lunch boxes when school starts in a couple weeks. Each of their napkins are made from 100% cotton fabric colored with low impact dyes and have a bright, kid-friendly patterns on each side. They are 13 x 15 inches so they can be used as both a napkin and a placemat.

Giveaway: Funkins Reusable Napkins

I don’t talk about this a lot on Wendolonia, but one of the main reasons I pack bentos for my kids is because I want to generate as little trash in their lunches as possible. I use reusable lunch boxes, utensils, lunch bags, ice packs — even the fun stuff I add to their bento boxes is almost always resuable. In fact, one of the few disposable products I regularly use is paper napkins. No more! Now that we have fun cloth napkins, I’ll be sending those instead.

Funkins is also committed to reducing lunch waste and they made this cute video to spread the word: Funkins : Pack a Waste-Free Lunch

Funkins has generously offered three (3) Wendolonia readers a pack of five (5) napkins each. You pick the ones you like best from their dozens of cute patterns!

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  • Eva

    Brilliant idea!

  • Annie Oldham

    I love this! I’ve always sent cloth napkins with my girlie, but they were boring ones. These are so cute!

  • Lien Ho

    My kids have their own reusable water bottle plus snacks only get pack in snack bag.

  • Holly Newell

    I think I need some of these in my life! We use all reusable containers, water bottles

  • Mommiss

    I use all reusable containers. My son takes a water bottle. Looking into refillable juice boxes for special treats!

  • Lisa Heineman

    We use reusable lunch containers, silicone cupcake liners, water bottles, sporks, etc. Like you, we have still been using paper napkins and I would love to have a fun set of cloth napkins instead!

  • curiositykt

    How absorbent are these? I made some myself out of quilting cloth but they were pretty terrible. So I went and got some waffle dish towels and cut out some napkins and serged them, which works well, but isn’t as cute as the quilting cotton ones!

  • Melissa Montes

    We use reusable containers and utensils. We definitely need to start using these napkins.

  • chivet

    So cute! I also resuable containers my and my son’s lunches and this would be the perfect touch! I cringe when I have to use plastic bags.

  • Katie Culpepper

    I have LOTS of reusable containers. Very few baggies in my lunchboxes!

  • VJ

    Is have been using bandanas as reusable napkins in my kids’ lunches. One is camo, one is printed with $50 and $100 bliss, and the rest were plain white & we tie dyed them!

  • Cristi-Lael

    I used to send my girls with bunches of prepackaged stuff. Now there is nothing prepackaged in their lunch, thanks to the inspiration I get from your blog.

  • Heather McElyea

    We use reusable containers and utensils as well as water bottles and juice boxes πŸ™‚

  • Jessica Brenion Moncrief

    We try and reuse everything in the lunches my husband makes for both myself and for the kids πŸ™‚

  • Andrea

    We use reusable food & drink containers and last year I made napkins out of STAR WARS fabric (they were the coolest boys in the lunch room!). Eliminating the daily paper napkins x2 was the final frontier for me and I felt very satisfied with our efforts to minimize our impact on landfills. SW napkins have shrunk so it’s either win the draw or go back to the sewing machine. πŸ™‚

  • Wendy

    I pack lunches in bentos & reusable (and super cute) food picks and always send with a water bottle.

  • Wendy Chan

    We use bento boxes and bring our own utensils

  • amyc

    We are starting reusable lunch stuff this year, and very excited

  • Gretski

    I pack bento lunches and try to home cook everything in a lunchbox. So its cheaper, healthier and less wasteful πŸ™‚

  • Jackie D.

    Cute, kid-friendly, easy to open reusable containers!

  • Beth

    Those are super cute. I have plain white cloth napkins that work well, but the patterns on those are adorable!

  • Julie

    If I have enough leftovers from dinner to pack two lunches, I will go ahead and put the food directly into two bentos and put them in the fridge rather than put the food into bowls or Tupperware that would just need to be washed in a day.

  • Alisha

    We use reusable containers and lunchboxes.

  • Andrea

    Love the thought of packing a reusable napkin, already have the reusable lunch box & drink containers.

  • I send reusable containers, water bottles, and utensils, and cloth napkins. My son would love these because I usually send plain white ones πŸ™‚

  • kelley

    bought our first bento box … goodbye baggies!

  • Valerie Z

    This is my first year sending lunches, so not sure yet!

  • Kim Klein

    I use reusable containers for all the school lunches!

  • Kerily McEvoy

    I use a bento box.

  • Katie Johnson

    We use reusable containers and silverware, love the napkins!

  • Jessica

    Oh my goodness I have been looking for some nice quality reusable napkins for my 2 kids lunchboxes. How nice. πŸ™‚

  • Amber

    So cute!

  • Kelsey Taylor

    I use reuse able containers and water bottles.

  • Nicole Jackson Ourjanian

    I will be using all reusable containers and am hoping to make some of my own reusable napkins.

  • Jen

    I try to pack food in reusable containers instead of plastic bags.

  • Christina P

    I use reusable baggies

  • lbean

    Would go great with any of our stainless bentos!!

  • Leigh A

    Reusable utensils along with containers

  • Laura B

    We always use reusable containers

  • Marisa

    I buy large bags of snacks and use them to fill the kids bento boxes.

  • Theresa

    We are just getting started with school lunches and have a reusable lunchbox and drink container ready to go. I’d love to add some napkins to the mix!

  • ThisGirlCanBoard

    We use reusable containers and sandwich bags

  • LudicrousMama

    I use reusable lunch containers, dividers, utensils, and accessories!

  • AshleyT

    We re use everything we can. Why did I never think of reusable napkins? ??

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