We're going on week 3 of school here and I've been loving the Planetbox Rover for our kindergartner's lunch (http://www.planetbox.com/products/pl...rover-lunchbox). I thought I would share the DIY magnets I made and the lunch bag we got, in case it's helpful to anyone else. I bought the Planetbox on super clearance way back when PBK sold them, so I got a good deal, but I wasn't too keen on the owl motif of the magnets and lunch bag, hence the need for replacements.

Here are the magnets I made:

I used patterned scrapbook paper from Hobby Lobby, large magnet sheets from Oriental Trading Company, and Krylon acrylic spray to coat them.

For the lunch bag, I bought the eBags Slim Lunch Box: http://www.ebags.com/product/ebags/slim-lunch-box/88875. Unfortunately, it looks like it's selling out, as there are only 2 colors left, but hopefully they're not discontinuing the style. DD kept forgetting her Funtainer water bottle in the classroom, so I needed to include a drink with her lunch. Plastic water bottles were too bulky and she doesn't like to drink juice, so I ended up getting a beverage container called Drink in the Box: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B010TQVS5U/. When I pushed the Rover all the way to one side, I had just enough room to squeeze in the water box. I took a pic of the space available:

If anyone is curious about the ice packs I use, I bought a set of these from either TJ Maxx or HomeGoods, and 2 of them fit perfectly side by side in the mesh part of the "lid" of the bag: https://www.amazon.com/Fit-Fresh-Coo...dp/B00CHOLNZS/.

Also, I recently bought the new dipper containers (http://www.planetbox.com/collections/dippers-1) and pods (http://www.planetbox.com/collections/pods-1) to go with our Rover. The improved design of the silicone lid makes it much easier for DD to open than the old version. I haven't had the chance to use them yet though!