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School is upon us again.  Madison was in preschool last year and is in it again this year.  She had two backpacks that she used last year, so neither of them are very worn out at all.  I decided that since it was only preschool and they would work perfectly fine, I was not going to buy her a new backpack.  To the left here is the backback that she is using this year.  I feel slightly guilty, since it seems that the rest of the kids have new backpacks.  However, when I came across PakNak Charms, I knew I had my answer.  This was a way to alter her backpack and make her happy without me having to by her a new one.

Now, I got a snail and a butterfly to add to her backpack since it goes with the Tinkerbell theme pretty well.  She noticed right away that I added them!  The PakNak charms are made of a soft material that is both flexible and weatherproof!  It took me less than 5 minutes to attach, and I can easily switch the places of the charms.  Now, Madison’s backpack is pretty busy.  Can you imagine the difference these would make on a single colored cooler or backpack?  All I know is that the PakMak charms made my 4 year old a very happy little girl!

5 thoughts on “PakNak Charms”

  1. Now that's something that will work to liven up the sturdy backpacks older girls have to use. My dd is in the fourth grade and we've had to start using the "plain" backpacks now as her books weigh so much. She'd love to make her book bag have a touch of girly!

  2. Loved the blog on Pak Nak charms. I do this sort of thing on clothes my daughter can still wear to school the next year to give them that "new" look.

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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