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DIY Backpacks Ideas For Your Kids’ Back-To-School Season

Maybe now your kids are ready to go back to school? Here are the ideas of the backpack that are great to accompany your kids to study. Besides, the ideas below can be also adapted to be your backpack. Without further ado, check all the information on DIY Backpacks Ideas For Your Kids’ Back-To-School Season.

Basket Backpack

This backpack is not really a basket but more of a straw bag. It is great to go to school and outside. Besides, it will make you easy to fit your items while giving you major style points. This backpack shows you a highly fashionable bag yet practical accessory.

DIY Drawstring Backpack

You do not need to be a sewing expert to create this cutest backpack project. You can do this even you are a beginner. Add a handy outer pocket with an adorable drawstring pack. The materials you need are a sewing machine, of course, ribbon, two pieces of 58 in of ribbon or cording, 6×7 inside the pocket fabric, and 8×10 inches for outside pocket fabric.

DIY Colorful Crystal Backpack

Your kids will definitely love to have this adorable customizable backpack. It has color and design that is sweet for your kids and suits your fancy and embellishes way.  The materials you need to create this are pastel crystals, paint or nail polish, pink or other backpacks, glue, and brush.

DIY Pineapple Drawstring Backpack

This bag is pretty fun for your little ones yet really works for everyone. You will need 1/3 yard of green fabric to create the leaves, 4 yards of pre-made double fold bias tape for straps or you can make your own bias tape or you may use some parachute cording or other really thick string, 1/2 yard of pineapple fabric for the exterior of the bag, 1/2 yard of lining fabric, 1/4 yard of fusible woven interfacing, and basic sewing supplies.

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Kids’ Flower Backpack

Flowers will never go out style and fit any season. Your kids will love while you will want to have it as well. You will need 1/2 yard of fabric, ribbon, 1/4 yard contrasting fabric, coordinating thread, sewing machine, and a safety pin.

 

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