LillyPopArt Teams Up With yubo Lunchboxes

LillyPopArt announces its official retail relationship with yubo where a child’s artwork can be on their lunchbox.

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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 12, 2014

This month, LillyPopArt.com proudly announces their teaming with yubo Lunchboxes. yubo, known for its design, customization, and easy cleaning abilities has caught everyone’s attention. And its removable faceplates give any child the freedom to be creative.

And that’s where LillyPopArt comes in.

“We can convert your child’s artwork onto these removable lunchbox faceplates,” said founder and artistic director of LillyPopArt, Helene Masquelier. “Your little artist can have a mobile piece of artwork wherever they go. It’s a great time to get this yubo and LillyPopArt addition for summer school, summer camp and back to school.”

This personalized lunchbox will be a hit with the other kids, camp leaders, and teachers.

Ideas for these waterproof and tear resistant faceplates are far reaching. A child’s favorite artwork can be converted onto the two faceplates of the lunchbox.

“And through LillyPopArt, we can help parents and their little artists have a collection of faceplates which can be seasonal, holiday celebrations, and more,” she said. “So many parents have their children’s drawings already in a stack or on the refrigerator door, so this is a perfect way to showcase their talent.”

The faceplates are a snap to remove. Masquelier said for her child’s lunchbox, all she needs to do is place her fingernail underneath the faceplate and pop it out.

Masquelier wants people to know that the reason she wanted to become a yubo reseller is because she believes in the quality of yubo. The lunchboxes are BPA-free, and after the faceplates are removed, the lunchbox is dishwasher safe.

The eco-friendly concept of it was also a huge draw. Being that LillyPopArt repurposes a child’s drawing into personal home décor and accessories made the yubo connection a perfect fit.

Masquelier said the purchase of the lunchbox comes with its own customized ice pack, large container for a sandwich and two small containers for fruits and other munchies.

LillyPopArt offers the yubo Lunchbox in standard and deluxe, with prices ranging from $35 to $45.

“And if you already have the yubo Lunchbox and want LillyPopArt to help out with your child’s artwork on a new faceplate set, that price is only $25,” said Masquelier, adding that the lunchbox colors come in blue, green, grey, lavender, orange and pink.

School and summer camp is a place of fun, artistic expression, and pure enjoyment. Adding a child’s artwork onto their yubo Lunchbox boosts self-confidence and is an extension of who they are.


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