5 FAST and EASY ways to personalise your child’s bag
Keeping track of your children’s belongings has never been easier with these five easy tricks to give your youngster’s back-pack the ability to be spotted swiftly. The following list includes all kinds of ideas that are not only friendly to the budget but also up to date with current trends sweeping the schoolyard.
1. Inexpensive and eco-friendly!
With a surprising price tag of just $10 these Hexi Australia ‘Custom Bag Tags’ are handmade here in Australia, with a range of popular colours to choose from. Each bag tag is customisable with your choice of name cut out of the sustainable bamboo. At such an affordable price you just can’t go wrong.
2. Informal and incognito!
Exclusive to Hexi Australia, the high grade, and genuine Saffiano ‘Leather Letter’ feature black or gold hardware and come in a range of five eye-catching colours. If keeping your child’s identify private as they leave the school grounds is cause for concern, these single letters are the perfect option.
3. Get creative!
Assuming your precious time is not already taken up with countless other parental tasks, you can always get out the fabric paints and add your own artistic touch. Found at any good craft and hobby store, let your inner Picasso shine with brightly coloured shades.
4. A touch of style!
Made with the same high-quality Saffaino leather as the above single letters, Hexi Australia once again provides an effortless way to add a slightly more mature and trendy touch to your child’s bag. With multiple foil and leather colours to choose from, you’ll be pleased with just how easy it is to dress up the drab school or kindy bag.
5. Raw bamboo goodness!
Last but not least, these ‘Custom Bamboo Letter Keyrings’ from Hexi Australia are another great eco-friendly addition to any bag. Following on with the popular Scandinavian trend that has held strong for the past few years, these raw wooden features add the earthy tone many looks for. Not only a cool accessory but the perfect identifier for any age.