Review~ Munchmoney

My kids beg me to have school lunch.
(I'll just pretend that it isn't because I can't cook to save my life)
And while my oldest is responsible enough to keep track of her lunch money m
y son is another story.

But I have found the solution to my problem.
Take a look at how super cute these are:
Munchmoney is a great little shop that offers darling coin pouches. Munchmonies are hungry for coins and will make it easy for kids to keep track of it all.

I don't think ours was put down for the first week we had it. They are so fun.
Each one is made with soft, thick, 100% natural wool felt. I love how thick they are and that they are so well made and put together by hand by Dimitri, an industrial designer living in Manhattan.
(Super cool guy and awesome to work with also)

Besides being so stinkin' cute they hold a lot, each Munchmoney is about 4.25 x 4.25 inches long and will hold 40 almonds, about 65 shiny coins, keys, or other small items.
In fact, truth be told, my first thought is that this is going to be the best for holding my little guys first lost tooth when that time comes.
I Love finding these great shops and all the little treasures found inside.
Go take a look-see over at Munchmoney, you won't be disappointed.


Anonymous said...

Those are SO cute! I love it, thanks for sharing. :)

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