Hallmark Confidence Care Package, Perfect For School! (Giveaway)

I cannot believe school is about to start! It seems like we just got done, now we get to start right back up again. Shortly after Gillian starts, I start fun, fun!

Did you know one way that you can make your child smile while at school, is by placing a small note in your child’s backpack. When Gillian was going to public school, I would surprise her with showing up for lunch. She loved having her momma there, she would make sure all her friends new I was her mom.

Lunch Box Notes

Letting your child know that even though they’re not in your presence, you are still thinking about them, will not only make their day better, but it will also help build their confidence. Hallmark has the perfect thing to help you in making your child feel special, and loved while at school!

What’s included in the Hallmark Confidence Care Package:

  • · Hallmark’s Kids Collection three-card pack, which feature topics for young kids, including nerves about school and positive reinforcement for hard work, as well as topics for tweens/teens, such as peer pressure and choosing friends wisely.
  • · Lunchbox Notes — 50 ways to add a little love to lunchtime.
  • · Bug’Em — a pint-sized plush that can hold cards and other tokens of encouragement.

Hallmark Confidence PackageThe Bug’Em plush is super cute, and I will be using this just for leaving Gillian notes through-out the day. If you are a home schooler like we are, this is also a nice package for you! Just because you home school, doesn’t mean you cannot leave little notes laying around for your kids! Remember, it makes our children not only feel loved, but special.

Before sending your children off to school each day this year, make sure to check the Hallmark’s Back to School Confidence Checklist!

Hallmark’s Back to School Confidence Checklist

o Let them hold onto your words. Kids often get embarrassed when parents say “I love you” in front of their friends. Think about sticking a card in their backpack or inside a textbook, so they can find it later and hold onto it all day.

o Surprise your child with a lunchtime delight. Fruits and veggies will help a kid be physically fit, but don’t forget about a child’s emotional wellness. The unexpected “I love you” or “good luck” will let your child know you’re by their side, even after they get on the school bus.

o Pass the encouragement bug around your family. Challenge the entire family to support each other by passing around the encouragement bug — Hallmark’s Bug ‘Em. One person starts by filling Bug ‘Em with treats, a coupon to do something nice (e.g., make their sibling’s bed) or a kind note of encouragement, and then leaves Bug ‘Em where the recipient will find it. Once the recipient finds Bug ‘Em, he or she is charged with surprising another family member and spreading the encouragement bug.

One lucky reader of The Neat Things in Life, will be receiving the same confidence care package from Hallmark, that I received. You will receive, the cute Bug’Em plush for holding those notes, a set of 50 lunchbox notes, and 3 Hallmark Greeting Cards. To enter just use rafflecopter!

You can purchase these same items at stores that sell Hallmark products, prices may vary depending on the store.

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I received this same confidence package, no other form of payment was received, all opinions are solely my own.

About Jammie Morey

Jammie is of Native American descent, she has family from the Ojibway/Chippewa tribe in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. She was born and raised in Michigan, where she later moved to Tennessee with her husband and daughter. Jammie and her husband home school their daughter, and enjoy doing many things together as a family. Some of those activities include geocaching, hiking, fishing, playing games together as a family, and just being silly with their daughter. Jammie is Owner of The Neat Things in Life. For more information visit on Google+.


  1. karen M says:

    It is a nice way to show that you support them, I believe they will do better knowing that you care and it will help relieve any stress with school time.

  2. karen M says:

    I like the A Gift for the Baby Interactive Storybook and Ornament Set

  3. Jill A. Collins says:

    Sending notes in a lunchbox not only lets the person know their loved, but also teaches them from a young age that even the little things matter and to be thoughtful of others.

  4. Jill A. Collins says:

    I like their holiday ornaments

  5. EMMA L HORTON says:


  6. would love this for my nieces

  7. It’s a nice reminder that they have your love & support, even when you’re away from them.

  8. Another item from Hallmark I like is Sweet Li’l Snowman
    Keepsake Ornament

  9. I think it is important to always remind my children that they have a safe place to land when they come home and someone who always loves them. reejen at comcast dot net

  10. katherine b says:

    My husband would put little love notes in my lunch box so when our daughter started kindergarten last year it was only natural that we both did the same for her. She is starting first grade and now doesn’t need anyone to read the notes to her!

  11. It is important to show them that you care. The notes will be part of their childhood treasure trove and help to build your child’s self-esteem.

  12. susan smoaks says:

    it’s important to let them know that you care and you are thinking about them

  13. Amanda S. says:

    It’s important so your kids know you care!

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