Helpful hints and tips
Please bear in mind the position of the metal eyelets in the bottom corners. If including your child's name, for example, you'll want to check that the letters don't sit where the fabric will be cut to compensate for the eyelets. Within the design interface, this is clearly marked out. Make the most of our double-sided printing and use one side for a photo and the other for more practical information, such as the child's name and the name of the nursery they attend, just in case anything gets lost. Making the personalised nursery backpack as easily identifiable as possible will help to prevent loss and confusion.
By the time your children are going to nursery, they've already got an established personality, so let this flourish by getting them to design their own bag for nursery. Little boys or girls who love fire trucks, for example, can draw their own fire engine with them riding it, and you can have it printed onto this drawstring bag for a totally unique accessory. Letting them be creative can help to ease them into nursery life, and make them feel less anxious about the prospect. We suggest printing their name, name of the school, teacher and class if applicable, in case it ends up in Lost Property.
You have two sides to personalise, so you can essentially get two bags in one. Give each side a totally different look and feel, so your child can switch around the bag according to their outfit each day. For style-conscious toddlers, this is a great way for them to use their creativity in a different, and novel way.