I made each one unique by using different things for the spikes on the dinosaurs' backs :)
Sprout's Stegosaurus is made of peanut butter, with raisin spikes. Beneath her dino sandwich she has baby carrots, and above it, a cheddar cheese sun & stars. On the side she has dried strawberries, and red plum wedges.
Birdie's dinosaur has goldfish grahams for spikes. Love the smiles :) The rest of her lunch is much the same as Sprout's, but she has fewer dried strawberries, and a Fig Newton.
Bella's sandwich is honey ham & white cheddar cheese on wheat, and her Stegosaurus's spikes are made from the Garden Tomato Crunchies almonds from our July NatureBox. I didn't give her any dried strawberries because she still doesn't like strawberries, but guess what? She tasted one of Sprout's, and she loved it! Hooray for trying something new!
None of the girls questioned why there were stars in the sky at the same time as the sun either, haha. I had wondered if they would :)
I actually made Pickle's Stegosaurus peanut butter sandwich before I made the girls', and without thinking, cut it from the centre of the bread, making a lot of waste. So I pieced the sandwich scraps together into a rocky landscape for his Stegoasurus to climb :)
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I made the dinosaurs with a cookie cutter from my Wilton 101 Cookie Cutters set. When I made the sandwiches for the girls, I didn't want to waste any like I nearly did with Pickle's, so I cut the bread out first so I could try and fit 2 dinosaurs per slice, and was able to just do it, with the bottom slice having a bit of crust that wouldn't show.
Then I spread the peanut butter on the bottom slice, added the "spikes", spread a little more PB along the underside of the top piece where it would overlap the spikes, and put the Stegosaurus together in the EasyLunchboxes. For Bella's, since there was no peanut butter to adhere the spikes, I made a little slit in the bottom slice, a sort of pocket, and slipped the almond into it.
Stuff used for these lunches: