Black Owl Fashion Backpack

My daughter has had an owl obsession since she was two. She went through a phase where she would only wear owl t-shirts. Now she still loves owls, steampunk, all things Harry Potter and fashion accessories. This backpack goes perfectly with her Harry Potter and steampunk outfits!!! The gold embellishment stitching really make the eyes pop.

This backpack is really lightweight and can hold more than you think. It comes with two outside pockets, a zippered main compartment which the owl face closes over and then an internal pocket. It advertises being about to hold a tablet. It can hold a tablet and other necessities quite easily. We put a huge sunglass case, a Pixel 2XL, A droid Turbo 2, a clasp wallet, white gloves, a belt, keys and two 4ft flag bags rolled up and still had plenty of room.

I was carrying it for my daughter yesterday at a craft show and received multiple compliments.

This was shipped internationally.  The company was awesome.  I had a secure transaction, an international tracking number which I could then track once stateside and it took just a few weeks, not months which was fantastic.

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I received this product at a discount for review. All opinions are my own.




Valentine’s Day Cards from Shutterfly

February is a bad time to take a cruise when so many school projects are due.  My daughter was in 2nd grade and on top of the penguin research, costume and diorama, and the upcoming Valentine’s Day big card and special made box all due before we left,  Pep wanted to design a Valentine’s Day card rather than buying them. Of course she did.  Wow – that gets expensive.  I found this really cute template from Erin Bradley Designs  for 5.00.  It was perfect since Pep loves anything that has an owl on it.  Pep and I designed her Valentine’s Day card in Photoshop and then we uploaded to Shutterfly and took advantage of 101 free prints, printing her 4×6 card as a matte photo.