1. Hanging colorful pompoms from a beautiful tree makes an easy and inexpensive way to add color to a natural setting. Via Amy Atlas.
2. Plastic Easter Eggs make terrific snack containers. Your kids will love discovering a new snack in each egg. From Kailo Chic.
3. These lunch bags are so cute! 2 Pack/SNACK PACK Good Eats, available at Fluff.
4. Alex from Mama Say What shows us that there are more ways to cut a watermelon. Perfect for little hands to grab!
5. A teepee is a nice background for a backyard picnic party. Inspiration by Sweet Lulu.
6. Mini Caterpillar Grape Kabob, by A Spotted Pony.
7. If you plan to make your own lunchables, these mini lunch boxes are make of recycled packagings. By Life Flix.
8. Use an ice cube tray as a snacks holder for youngest kiddos. Idea by Pink Pistachio.
9. Butterfly Snacks, by Juggling with Kids.
10. Avoid stains and spills with these cute bandanas for toddlers. Available at Fawn & Forest