Tuesday, August 30, 2016

As Seen On Etsy - Vintage Retro Lunch Boxes

My daughter has asked me to buy her a Vera Bradley lunch box for her high school lunches this year. Vera Bradley is pretty expensive in my eyes. Luckily, I am pretty frugal and she doesn't mind getting deals on things too. Off to Ebay I go for some Vera.

I have also been in the market for a vintage lunch box for my husbands lunches. I stopped by etsy.com to see what goodies they have for sale for new and vintage. Some of these are just too beautiful to use and would be wonderful for a collection or on display in the vintage decorated home.


Etsy Store: Lalecreations
This is by far my favorite find!



Etsy Store : CarolynsEclectics




Etsy Store: SchatzisShadowBox


Etsy Store: Rewind Unique Finds


Etsy Store : MargsFinds

Adorable with a Shabby Chic Appeal - 1960's Girls Metal Lunch Box - $10.00
Etsy Store - retrorigamarole


Loving this revived RED Vintage Aladdin Lunch Box - $23.63
Etsy Store: TheRunningRooster


I couldn't leave this cute little guy out. Vintage Red Happy Home Lunch Box Thermos - $9.75
Etsy Store: Circa810

They don't make them like they used to. I hope you liked what I found on Etsy. 


Happy Housewifing!!




7 comments:

  1. I want a vintage lunchbox too! I have a plaid vintage thermos with a blue lid, but the inside is in bad condition so I use it as a display piece only. I hope to find a good vintage thermos and lunchbox I can use every day.

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    1. I was able to find a teal vintage "holiday" thermos at an estate yard sale last month for $2. I send it with my hubby to work now. A good lunch box is hard to find while thrifting around. I find plenty of Care Bear and Strawberry Shortcake vintage lunch boxes but I don't think my hubby would go for those..lol

      Mrs. Jenn

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  2. Mrs Jen, thank you so much for including me and my Happy Homes thermos in your blog today. You certainly brought back a lot of memories from my childhood..... a huge hug to you for that!! Thom

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by Thom. I appreciate the lovely comment.

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  3. ahhhh how adorable! I love these, especially that first one. That is quite a find. Makes me wish I could take something like that to work with my lunch in it. However I'm sure I will get some look lol!

    Great post :)

    Liz

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    1. Hi Liz,

      Thanks for commenting. I wish our vintage style didn't garner so many "looks". Lol! I was able to get my husband to take a vintage "Holiday" thermos to work with him. He works with all men and didn't want to be the odd duck..boy's will be boy's I guess..lol

      Mrs. Jenn

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