Top 10 Etsy Back-to-School Finds

We’ve scoured etsy (tough job I know!) to find our top 10 back-to-school items to brighten your child’s day.  All of these items are Australian-made too so you know you’re supporting small businesses.  Here they are…

 

1. Zippered Pencil Case, from Piggledee

This cute handmade pencil case is sure to be a hit in the classroom!  There are plenty of fabric choices, as well as a host of other gorgeous items from her store, such as sandwich wraps and food pouches.

Pencil Case 

2. Hand Stamped Personalised School Bag Name Tag, from ExpressiveMementos

Hand stamped onto stainless steel, and with your choice of charm, this is a sophisticated way to ensure your child’s name is on their bag.

Personalised Name Tag

3. Custom School Book Covers, from BlossomTreeDesigns

These are very cool, and a good way to make your child’s school books stand out.  They are customised then sent to you as a printable, so you can print them as many times as you like!

School Book Covers

4. Underwater World Crayon Roll, from CheekyStitches

This vibrant crayon/pencil roll is just what the younger kids need to keep their things tidy!  It rolls up and there’s a secure fastner to keep everything in place.  Also a great addition to your handbag for an on-the-go activity.

Crayon Roll

 5. Dr Seuss Library Bag/Backpack, from SkipandStomp

We all love the Cat in the Hat and remember the books from our childhood, so this handy library bag/backpack will definitely be a winner as our children discover the magic of Dr Seuss!  It has a drawstring closure and there are many other fabrics available to suit your little one if green eggs and ham is not their thing.

Library Bag

 6. Personalised First Day of School Frame, from DaniLuDesigns

Remember the first day of the school year forever with this personalised photo frame.  It can be freestanding or hung on the wall for you to compare how much your child grows over the year!

Photo Frame

 7. School Uniform Coloured Bows, from MrsBowsAccessories

One for the girls, these gorgeous handmade bow hair ties will make getting their hair done in the morning easier – who doesn’t want fabulous bows in their hair!  Make sure you take a look at their store for other hair accessories (and some amazing decorative garlands!).

Hair Bows

 8. Insulated Lunch Bag with Waterproof Lining, from Piggledee

Another one from the Piggledee store, I couldn’t go past the striking elephant print.  Again, many colours to choose from and the inside is fully waterproof so you’re able to have a reusable ice block in the bottom to keep to food cool.  Make lunch time super stylish!

Lunch Bag

 9. Lunchbox Joke Pack, from KidsLuvLunch

One for the bigger kids, these joke cards come as a printable for you to download, cut out and add a bit of humour to your child’s lunchtime.  They’ll be the funniest kid in the playground!

Joke Cards

 10. Set of 2 Snack Pouches, from OldFashionLove

Super cute, fully lined snack pouches to help you use less plastic in your child’s lunchbox.  They are also an easy way to separate snacks to help control portion size – perhaps have one for morning tea and one for afternoon tea.

Snack Pouches

 

And don’t forget to have a look at our mixes which are perfect for lunch boxes – nut-free and free from anything artificial.  Make a batch on a Sunday evening and have a lunchbox snack for every day of the week ready to go.  Click here to find out more.

 

What’s your essential back-to-school item?  Let us know in the comments below.




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