Upcycled Lunchbox Linens 7-Pack

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  • Product Description

      This set of seven Lunchbox Linens brings us back to the good ol' days, when we were shopping for brand new school supplies and writing our names in the front of crisp notebooks. The good news? You don't have to be a kid or going back to school the way we remember it to enjoy these napkins. Whether you're a solo adult quarantining who wants to introduce a little whimsy to your desk lunch, or you're home-schooling in a new era that's missing that back-to-school je ne sais quoi, the Lunchbox Linens have got you.


    • End of Life
      • · These Lunchbox Linens come in a recycled and recyclable kraft box, wrapped in tissue paper.
      • · Each paper sleeve label is made from recycled Colorplan paper.
      • · All packaging is fully recyclable!
      • · You can use and reuse this product over and over again and it should last years! If you use it to the extent that you no longer want to use it at the dinner table, it'll make a great dish rag. Reusing and recycling out of the question? We'll take these napkins back through our circularity program. Just shoot us a note at hi@goldune.com when you're ready, and we'll walk ya through it!
    • Shipping & Delivery
      • · This item will ship about 3-5 days after you place your order.
    • FAQ
      • · Each order of Lunchbox Linens includes 7 individual pieces, one for each day of the week.
      • · Each Lunchbox Linen is 15" x 15".
      • · Wash cold, hang dry, and use an iron on low when damp to press.
      • · Small batch production means that there is no waste or excess inventory, and sourcing materials locally and producing by hand gives this product a light carbon footprint.
    • Ingredients & Materials
      • · Each Lunchbox Linen is made from 100% premium, reclaimed fabric.
      • · These Lunchbox Linens are made from premium surplus textiles sourced from LA's garment district, where all products are designed and produced by hand. How's that for hyperlocal?