The summer has flown by and I can’t believe my kids start school in 2 weeks! One of the first things we do with our school supplies is make sure that everything is labeled with my children’s names. It’s easy to remember to label all the crayon boxes, glue and scissors but don’t forget to label the backpack. Here are 7 DIY backpack tags ideas that you can use.
My kids love LEGOs so it was no surprise when they asked me for LEGO inspired backpack tags. You can download the free printable tags in this post.
This free printable tag by Anders Ruff has such a classic design and would work for a boy or girl.
If you have a washi tape obsession like someone that me, you will love these washi tape backpack tags from Becoming Martha. She uses a Cricut and her washi stash to create these in just a few minutes.
Happiness Is Homemade made personalized backpack tags with the Silhouette Cameo and sketch pens. I love that this backpack tag looks like it is a chalkboard tag.
The Blooming Homestead made these beautiful backpack tags using the new Fuse tool by We R Memory Keepers. These tags appeal to the scrapbooker in me because you can add pretty embellishments to the tag.
I love the simplicity of these free printable backpack tags from Sweet Rose Studio. Check out the post to see all the designs available for boys and girls.
This duct tape backpack tag by Kids Activities Blog uses just a few supplies that you probably already have in your craft room.
I hope one of these 7 DIY backpack tag ideas has inspired you to create your own backpack tag. Happy crafting!
Emily @ Two Purple Couches says
This is a great collection! I love the washi tape idea, but that’s no surprise 😉
I think you and I are obsessed with a lot of the same things Emily! 🙂
Christine | Where The Smiles Have Been says
What a great roundup! I love the wide variety you have showcased….and that there are free printables for them! 🙂
Thanks Christine! I do love a free printable! 🙂
Wow Kelly, what a great collection! Your Lego tags are so cute and I love that you made them in different color combos. Pinned!
Thanks Malia. I have a boy and a girl who both love LEGOs so I had to do the primary colors and the LEGO Friends colors. Thanks for pinning.