Posting on the Lunchbox Mums Facebook group, she revealed her cute creation included heart shaped chocolates and carrot sticks, crustless sandwiches with heart imprints and chocolate coated strawberries.
She also included a red napkin with "kiss kiss hug hug" written on it, some popcorn, crackers and a banana flavoured drink.
Posting earlier today, she wrote: "Valentines Bento lunch for my Son tomorrow".
It must have taken her hours, but her fellow mums were quick to point out that tomorrow is actually February 13 and Valentine's Day isn't until Thursday.
One wrote: "Your a day early", while a second said: "Is Valentine's Day Thursday?" with the emoji of a monkey covering its face.
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Another mum asked: "Tomorrow isn't Valentine's though. It'll sit in the fridge two days?"
But the woman later updated her post and assured everyone they didn't need to panic, as she does realise Valentine's Day is on Thursday – but she's a bit tight for time later in the week.
She wrote: "Yep its Valentines on Thursday, I don't have time to love my Son on Thursday so will have to be tomorrow".
With all that cleared up, her fellow mums were free to praise her creation – writing: "So cute!" and "it's a lovely lunch box".
Another mum commented: "Its beautiful – bet they will feel so special opening this".
And a third said: "Glad you put the disclaimer lol. People were so focussed on that they forgot to enjoy the beauty of the lunch box. Well done mumma!"
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