Born out of her need to find the perfect “Mommy Bag”, Anna Hart, the creator of SnapSack™ Handbag came up with a bag that not only holds all of a Mama’s essentials, but also keeps our loved ones and happy memories close at hand.
Made of the best canvas and plastic products in the market, the SnapSack™ Handbag is durable, waterproof and comes with detachable photo holders that allow us to personalise the bags according to our creativity, to reflect our own style and passions. We can add photos, mementos, crafts and even washi tapes! Once customised, these bags make great conversation starters when we meet friends too – perfect for breaking the ice!
SnapSack™ bags come in two sizes: the larger tote and the smaller handbag, both of which are ideal for everyday use. Check out the ones done by our little friends at the Singapore launch last week using everyday craft materials like coloured cardstock, stickers, stencils and scissors!
|Great for little hands to personalise their own bags!|
|Happy kids with their very own customised SnapSacks!|
|I would totally go out carrying this bag!|
SnapSack™ bags are ideal gifts for Baby Showers, Birthdays, Mother’s Day and Teachers’ Day! Just stuff the bag with extra treats to suit a certain occasion – flowers for Mother’s Day or a teddy bear for a newborn. Whenever you buy a SnapSack™ bag, part of the proceeds go towards “Room to Read”, a global NGO which helps children in Asian and African developing countries become lifelong, independent readers by establishing libraries, improving school infrastructure, publishing local language children’s books and supporting reading and writing instruction and life-skills workshops. It’s totally worthwhile to support businesses which give back to society, don’t you agree?
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To celebrate its launch in Singapore, the generous folks at SnapSack™ are giving away two sets of SnapSack™ Handbag and SnapSack™ Gems (worth SGD156 in total) to two lucky PrincessDanaDiaries readers (1 set per winner)! Simply follow the steps here to participate:
This giveaway ends 30 May 2014 and is open to readers residing in Singapore. Winners will be contacted via email. All the best!
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decorate with family photos
Decorate with kid’s artworks
I would decorate it with photos and Noah’s random doodles.
Evelyn Lim says
I would decorate with our family photos and also my boy’s doodles!!
I would love to decorate with pictures and washi tapes
Debs G from Owls Well says
Ooooh, definitely with a rotating selection of photos and doodles! And stickers! Mustn’t forget stickers.
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Dianaruth Guo says
I would let my girls decide. I guess they’ll probably customize with pictures and drawings But before that we may need to figure out if they would share or mummy may need to get one more if they both like it.
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L Lee says
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Will scrap some postcard sized pieces with K&B and add a toy maybe into one of the windows! (oooh the possibilities with lego!)
Teo Kiali says
I would decorate with our favourite family photos
I think my girl will decorate with Princess stickers and drawings of princess/castle.
Kat Lum says
Will love to decorate it with my family photo 🙂
I have 2 kids so 1 pocket window for each and 1 for family photo. The last one, hehehehe….
Irene Fock says
I’ll decorate it with my family photos!
Dominique Goh says
I would fill it with the kids own creations
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Growing Up says
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I will let my 2 girls decide while I guide them along!
I would let my 3 kids imagination and creativity run wild. Each will take one pocket window and let them do what they want. The last window will be decorated by mama and papa. Tada! Now we’ll have a family tote bag!
Carol Mei Mei says
1 pocket for each of three boys’ art n craft creations, and the last one for my washi creation.
Robert Sim says
We will make it a family bag. So each pocket will contain a photo of each child, plus one pocket with a photo of my wife and i. the kids can doodle or dress up the photos in any way they want together with our names on the photos.
Pamela Tan says
I will put our Tan Family crest on it with pix of the kids! haha 🙂
Akila Ganesan says
Mostly with our family photos and my girl’s drawings !!!! and probably her name too .I will let my daughter decorate it the way she likes.
I will personalise with pics of our family!
Mum's calling says
Likely, we’ll use family photos, and perhaps some craft!
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My girls would love to decorate this bag. And the decorated cards/photos can be changed out easily which means they can update this or customise the bag for whatever occasion or outfit!
Waiwai Leung says
Will decorate with our family photos!
Thanks for hosting the giveaway!
My youngest girl will be happy to decorate it with her drawings and stickers
Sweetheart Rachael says
Put my girl’s random drawings and her favourite cartoon characters – Mickey and friends!
Adeline Leo says
Thanks for hosting this giveaway!
Since this is a unique (new) bag, I’d probably suggest to my girl to try out a new art form that she’s not done before, e.g. abstract or pop art, to make this bag one of a kind! It’d be fun to explore a new art medium or style for her at the same time!
I would probably use some of my gal’s artwork which she did in school and family photo for the bag.
I’d decorate for my mummy, with photos of her grandkids and their artwork. I think it’d make a great gift!
adeline koo says
Thanks for the giveaway! I will let my son decorated it with his creativity and use our recent photoshoot photos as the props. 🙂
Lim Wen Hwei says
I would leave the creativity to my daughter to design the bag and I will guide and do it together with her. We would use our family photographs as part of the design, and using other materials like beads, ribbons and buttons to create an unique artwork!
JingRong Loh says
I will let my girl’s imagination run wild with her doodle, sticker pasting, family pix etc so that she will have a bag design by herself.
Phyllis Tan says
I would let my boy’s create this on his own.I’m sure he will use lots of car stickers and glitter
Andrew Wong says
I will let my daughter to let her imagination go wild to personalize this bag.
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Nancy koh says
Would personalise the SnapSnack by:
1) Giving a photo holder for each kid to design
2) Supplying materials (coloured paper, favourite stickers, favourite family picture, googly eyes,) and recycled materials (dry leaves, magazines, old toys)
3) Ending off with their names written on the photo holder
ta-da… my kids will be proud of their creations on the SnapSack!!