Grace Hall was inspired by the bento-style lunch boxes seen in Japan, traditionally created from sushi rice, meat and fish and sometimes turned into fun characters and cartoons.
The artistic mother goes to incredible lengths to delight her six year old, turning sandwiches into Spiderman, Santa and the Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Grace says that she spends a little longer on lunchboxes for special occasions, such as this Easter one
She fashions snails from a bread roll decorated with cheese for eyes, carrots carved into flowers and a cheese and ham toastie that looks like a pig.
Other characters creations include Elmer the Elephant, the Gruffalo, Thomas the Tank Engine, Goldilocks and the Funny Bones skeletons.
For Grace, the novelty lunches come to her naturally as she remembers her own mother using fruit to make faces in homemade bread when she was a child.
Although this may sound like a lot of time and effort, Grace says they can suit mums in a hurry as she never spends more than 15 minutes creating the lunches.
Grace insists that she enjoys the daily tasks and has turned a potential chore into something she looks forward to doing. She has even admitted to actually missing her creations during school holidays.
Above all, Grace tries to make each lunch as healthy as possible
Since she started creating the lunch boxes, Grace's son has gained much more of an appetite
Grace was inspired by the bento boxes of Japan, which are broken up into different compartments
Her creations, posted on her blog, have gained the former accountant a loyal following of 7,500 readers
Grace gains inspiration from her son's story books - this one has a knight's theme, complete with sandwich cut to look like a castle and cucumber and carrot 'shields'
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