Day 4 – Mommy Mania – Funkins


Day 4 – Mommy Mania – Funkins

March 21, 2013

Mommy Mania Featuring

Funkins are bright, reusable fun 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 can be used as both a napkin and a placemat, brightening the table and making clean up easier. They also provide a great protective barrier for public eating surfaces. Keep a few in the car for wipes and spills!
Funkins are 13”x15”, double-sided patterns made from high quality 100% cotton fabric. Funkins are made only with high quality fabrics that are CPSIA Compliant, and are Lead and Phthalate free.
Funkins make great gifts, especially for the holiday season!  Shop our entire collection at

Answer the Funkins Question of the Day & Win a set of Eco-Funkins of your choice!

Question – What eco-friendly ideas do you have for packing a lunch box
Answer in today’s Mommy Connections Blog Post comments section

Support our Awesome Sponsors!
My Funkins onTwitter
My Funkins on Facebook

Other Ways to Win!
Watch the blog daily until March 22
Join in the Twitter Party today (March 22) at 1pm MST/3pm EST (#mommania)

Thank you to our Mommy Mania sponsors!


**The Mommy Mania promotion open to US and Canadian Residents

28 Responses to “Day 4 – Mommy Mania – Funkins”

  1. Emily Osborne says:

    Eco friendly option? Always use a reusable water bottle or juice container!

  2. Cecilia says:

    Use a reusable water bottle

  3. Bob Russell says:

    I always pack a waste free lunch for my son at school!

  4. Karen Webber says:

    My eco-friendly lunch box tip is to use silicone muffin cup liners to create “compartments” in a rectangular re-useable container. I fill the silicone cups with grapes, cubes of cheese, cucumber, cherry tomatoes etc.

  5. Brandy Foreman says:

    We use sandwich saver containers instead of bags. We also try to buy things in one large recyclable container (like yogurt) instead of numerous small packages that you throw away!

  6. Carla D says:

    We use all re-usable containers all the time!!

  7. Natalie says:

    I use reusable containers instead of plastic bags, real utensils, and NO bottled water.

  8. Martina says:

    We use reusable containers! The kids each have assigned containers for their sandwiches and snacks and then I send a thermos with water or juice!

  9. Lori L. says:

    I send lunches to school for 3 of my kids so it’s important to me to use re-usable sandwich boxes & water bottles. We also recently stocked up of various sized re-usable snack bags – all that’s missing now are the Funkins!

  10. Jeannie says:

    I use a bento box to pack my son’s lunch. It allows them to have variety and only one box to keep track of so they don’t lose it at school. I also use a re-usable sandwich wrap for when they bring sandwiches.

  11. Nicole says:

    Tupperware and a stainless steel water bottle!

  12. Candace says:

    reusable Sling Sisters packaging for snacks & sandwitches

  13. April H. says:

    Reusable containers and a reusable water bottle!

  14. Sandra says:

    I give him a stainless steel water bottle, reusable sandwich and fruit bags, or Tupperware. Basically, there is zero or minimal waste in his lunch box. Love the funkins idea. I gotta get a few to add to the lunch box.

  15. Crystal says:

    Reusable containers and cloth bag to put it all in.

  16. Alicia says:

    Use small plastic containers and divide little snacks or veggies into the different containers!

  17. Alisha says:

    Reusable snack bags!

  18. Angie says:

    I am following Funkins on twitter and facebook. We always use tupperware type containers for sandwiches, salads, etc. I have a Camelbak water bottle that I use all day every day. We wash and reuse ziploc bags if there was no meat in them.

  19. Carlotta says:

    Pack in reusable containers. Funkins would be a great napkin/placemat.

  20. Elisa says:

    Reusable snack containers and beverage holders and a washable lunch bag to put everything in. NO packaged snacks or food.

  21. janet says:

    Buy local and in-season!

  22. Marla says:

    Use reuseablt lunch boxes, lunch containers and reusuable napkins 🙂

  23. Lindsay says:

    Glass containers, fabric bags for food and cloth napkins

  24. Monique L. S. says:

    I use tupperware and cutlery from home. I try to save and re-use sandwich bags too — easy to do when I use them for something like crackers, which don’t leave much mess.

  25. abod says:

    I have a reusable lunch bag that keeps my food cool, so no refrigeration needed. I have reusable sandwich bags and tupper ware and thermos for my juice. nothing goes in the garbage.

  26. Summer says:

    I think reusable sandwich bags are a great thing to use.

  27. Richelle says:

    Use a reusable double or triple walled stainless steel bottle. Keeps hot things hot and cold things cold. LOVE them.

  28. Leanne b says:

    Use a water bottle
    Use reusable containers

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Give your inbox a dose of delight.

Sign up to receive helpful parenting info, program updates, contests, and special offers - right in your inbox.