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Monday, 20 August 2012

Asda Back To School 'Little Designers' Challenge

CHOSEN BY MUMS; TESTED BY KIDS; GUARANTEED BY GEORGE


We are always impressed with George school uniform.  The prices are extremely competitive, the styling is good and the quality is great.  With September fast approaching we have been getting some new back to school essentials for Kizzy and so when we were invited to take part in the Asda 'Little Designer' Challenge we were happy to accept.

Kizzy was supplied with a plain white rucksack and a selection of fabric paints to create her own design.  She also received some items from the George range to model with her finished rucksack!  

Today, Kizzy sat down to get creative and crafty with her rucksack.  She decided on a Jigsaw Puzzle design using the coloured paints and pens to add splashes of colour.  She pencilled on her design first then used the brush with black paint to go over the lines. She finished off by adding colour to some of her jigsaw pieces.  I think she did a great job!

Here is her finished design.


Asda, George


Kizzy's school uniform items that she was sent to try out include a green school cardigan (£4), ruffle front polo shirt (£4) and black bootcut stretch trousers (£7).  I love how grown-up the trousers look and the fit is great for Kizzy who is tall and slim.  The ruffle front shirt is so much more pretty than a plain polo shirt, and Kizzy loves it.  I really like that she looks fashionable and will feel confident, but that her clothes are still practical, easy to wash and good quality.




Asda
Bottle Green School Cardigan
Asda
Ruffle Front Polo Shirt
Asda
Teen Bootcut Stretch Trousers

Kizzy tried on the clothes and everything is a great fit.  She even got quite excited about going back to school, which is a good thing!


Asda

The idea of personalising a rucksack or bag for school is a really nice idea.  Having a unique bag amidst a sea of identical One Direction rucksacks will help Kizzy identify her possessions in the cloakroom.  The activity itself was a lovely way to spend a couple of hours and gave Kizzy a project to unleash her creativity on.  Fabric paints and pens are a great way to stamp your individuality onto things, something that is really important to youngsters who are keen to establish their own unique identity!

If you need convincing that the cheap prices of Asda's school uniform do not mean compromising on quality, give this video a watch.



George school uniform is covered by George’s ‘100 day satisfaction guarantee’ allowing parents to return it up to 100 days after purchase if they aren’t completely satisfied.  

Kizzy's design is now entered into the 'Little Designer' competition with all the other blogger's children's personalised rucksack designs.  I look forward to seeing all the other budding designers' creations!

8 comments:

  1. What a clever girl you are Kizzy - I think your designer bag is absolutely fabulous - I would be proud to have a bag like that = well done darling xxx

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  2. Always liked Asda school range and Kizzy did great with designing and colouring her new bag. XXX

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  3. great design Kizzy, I missed our delivery but rang the post office today and they still had it - went down to fetch it and the post office was shut so going to rush over in the morning and hope its still waiting for us as Chloe will really love having ago at designing the bag

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  4. That's a very clever bag design, love it :)

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  5. She is quite the designer, I am very impressed!

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  6. Life is a puzzle and it looks like she has it figured out already

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  7. Wow! That 's a great design - love the jigsaw idea - really original.

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  8. The Princess and The Pickle .18 September 2012 at 19:58

    Fab backpack design, very creative!

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