Getting personal with Petit Fernand

Getting personal with Petit Fernand – review and giveaway

As Monkey gets ever closer to the end of Year Two I’ll need to start thinking about whether to pay for his school dinners come September or to opt for packed lunches.   I do like the idea of him having a warm meal during the day, especially in the colder months, but there are certain menu options that I know he isn’t keen on.  So I’m thinking that we will probably compromise by having some days with school dinners and others with lunches provided from home. In preparation of this change we’ve been getting personal with Petit Fernand, and Monkey has picked one of their personalised lunch boxes.

Getting personal with Petit Fernand

Petit Fernand offer a lovely range of items such as lunch boxes and personalised water bottles as well as a comprehensive range of stick-on clothing labels.  I know how easily things can get lost at school so I really liked the idea of getting personal with Petit Fernand, and having a named lunch box.  My 7 year old Monkey son, loved the idea that he could make his own choices on colour, design, font and colour of his name too.

He decided on a red lunch box base and inserts (three other colours are available), with a picture showing a city scene.  There are loads of different designs to choose from including animals, space and even fairies. He could have printed his whole name but he was adamant he only wanted his first name on his personalised lunch box. There are six different colour options for the text and eight different fonts, so you really are spoilt for choice.  Delivery is free for all orders over £9.00 and the service is good.

We’ve both been really pleased with my son’s choice.

Getting personal with Petit Fernand

The quality of the personalised lunchbox, both in regard to the printing and actual product has really impressed me. It’s robust, and is going to withstand a hungry child eager to get to his lunch in a hurry.  It has a plastic seal on the lid which can be removed if the contents need to be microwaved, and is fridge safe.  Whilst my son loves the colour and design, I love the ice-pack that fits inside the lunchbox itself – a great idea for warmer days ahead.

Getting personal with Petit Fernand

The lunchbox consists of a main container, two removable inserts, the ice pack, a bento layer and the lid with clip fasteners.

Getting personal with Petit Fernand

 I know, that as well as using this lunch box at school, we’ll be making good use of it on our summer adventures in the months to come and my son couldn’t wait to have his first lunch box lunch yesterday.  Sadly the weather let us down drastically, so we couldn’t have a picnic, but that wasn’t going to deter him.
Getting personal with Petit Fernand
I have found that the ice pack fits quite snuggly in the underside of the bento layer of the lunch box, and I’ve used teaspoon to prise it out to put back in the freezer.
The compartments are a generous size and more than adequate to provide my son with an adequate lunch.  It’s a win win situation for us.
I’m already well ahead of the game with regards to labelling clothes, but Petit Fernand offer a range of both stick on and iron labels for clothing.  Again, there are lots of options and I can thoroughly recommend getting the kid’s school labels ordered, and fixed well ahead of the new school year!
disclosure:  we were sent the item mentioned in exchange for an honest review.

I’ve teamed up with Petit Fernand to offer one lucky winner the chance to win a £30 voucher to spend with Petit Fernand on their name labels.  You really can be ahead of the game! Their £30 Value pack contains 140 labels! I particularly like the shoe labels.  Complete the Gleam form below for your chance to win. Good luck.

Getting personal with Petit Fernand

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The giveaway will close on 5th July 2017 at midnight.

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£30 voucher to spend on name labels with Petit Fernand

108 thoughts on “Getting personal with Petit Fernand – review and giveaway

  1. I would get the stick on clothing labels with the blue gingham background. Gorgeous.

  2. If I win I would love a green one with a princess from tales on it with green text saying Alice-Rose. these lunch boxes are fantastic

  3. I like the blue gingham labels with a pirate on because my grandchildren love to play pirates!

  4. I really like the iron on labels for clothes. The black and white dog on a blue background with white text would be ideal for my son. x

  5. I like the sticky labels and my daughter would love the pink check with a little bunny on them

  6. I would choose the school uniform labels and a with purple background and a unicorn

  7. I’d choose the stick on labels with the night sky background, white text and spaceman icon!

  8. I would go for our surname ‘Bryant’ with probably a yellow backround. That way I can use them in September for my son who will be going to year 1 and girl going in year 6!

  9. I think my son would like the stick on clothing labels for his daughters school clothing. Probably with a gingham background

  10. I would go for the stick on clothing labels with the lilac background and the panda face. My daughter would love them!

  11. I would like the Iron on clothing labels with the Lilac background and dark pink text and the panda design.

  12. I’d go with the stick on clothing labels. They’d probably end up being pink because I’d let my daughter choose what she wanted.

  13. I love the tropical pineapple and melon lunchbox background with green writing


  15. The iron-on labels with light aqua background, dark aqua font and the spouting whale icon.

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