Jenn Aguilar sends her two sons, 14-year-old Kale and 12-year-old Konnor, to school with an extra treat. The Canada-based Instagrammer uses brown paper bags as her canvas, transforming her boys' lunch packages into works of art with funny jokes.

The Calgary resident, who has a background in art, says she draws superheroes and animated food characters on the bags as a symbol of her affection.

"I wanted to show my boys how much I love them and give them something to look forward to each and every day," Aguilar told Mashable, adding that the bags are inspired by the things that her sons are into at the time, or movies and music that the family recently experienced together.

Her personalized messages have since picked up a wider audience. The artist posts photos of her renderings of comic book heroes, rappers transformed into eggs and pizza slices, anthropomorphic vegetables, and more, along with the hashtags #lunchbagadventures and #cheezymom. Check out her handiwork below.

#lunchbagadventures #cheezymom #lunchbag

A photo posted by Jenn Aguilar (@lunchbagadventures) on

#lunchbagadventures #cheezymom

A photo posted by Jenn Aguilar (@lunchbagadventures) on

#lunchbagadventures #superlunchnotes #cheezymom

A photo posted by Jenn Aguilar (@lunchbagadventures) on

#lunchbagadventures #cheezymom

A photo posted by Jenn Aguilar (@lunchbagadventures) on

#cheezymom #lunchbagadventures

A photo posted by Jenn Aguilar (@lunchbagadventures) on


[h/t Mashable]

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