"Be Loved. Be Kind. Be You." Backpack Tags
Note: This is a digital product. No physical product will be shipped to you.
If you'd like a free Blessing of the Backpacks and Back-to-School Worship Liturgy, click here.
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted (and continues to disrupt) so many aspects of our lives. Going back to school this fall is going to be a big deal for so many staff, teachers, and students. We would like to help you celebrate this occasion with a special, new backpack tag.
Whether you're doing a Blessing of the Backpacks this fall, or your community is doing a Blessing of the Devices, we are providing you with a fun and colorful tag with a simple yet profound message: "Be Loved. Be Kind. Be You."
If you'd like a sticker to go along with the backpack tag, you can purchase our "Be Loved. Be Kind. Be You." Stickers here. If you are interested in our previous backpack tag designs, you can view those here.
Whether these are for backpacks for kids, or for others in your community to use on their briefcases, bags, or purses, these backpack tags can be used in so many ways.
Other uses for this tag design:
- Diaper bag ID tags in your infant/toddler rooms
- Small greeting cards
- Lunchbox cards
- Luggage tags
- Print on "shrinky dink" paper and make zipper tags
Laminating the Tags
Here are some items* that will help you prepare the tags in a way that makes them easy to attach to bags or other items.
- Thermal Laminator
- Laminating Pouches for Luggage Tags (with the loop)
- Laminating Pouches - Business Card Size
- Avery Business Cards #8871
- Avery #8871 Template
*Linked items are affiliate links.
What You Will Receive
Upon completing your purchase, you will receive a link to a ZIP file that includes B&W and color PDF versions of the tags. We will also include a PNG image file of the illustration if you want to use it for your promotional materials.
You can print these on standard business card stock (3.5" x 2") using Avery business cards #8871. Our files are formatted to print on these #8871 Avery business cards, though you may need to play around with the file a bit, depending on your printer.