My kiddos have been Back to School for a few weeks now and we are settling into our routine. It always feels good to get back into the habit and routine. One thing that has become a must-have for my 8-year-old is decorating her backpack this year. I recently found these adorable Whiffer Sniffers and she can’t get enough of them. Not only are they adorable but they smell amazing too! Each one has a fun scent and is shaped like a food of some kind. The best part they have a clip so they can hang on your backpack for stylish fun.
Highly collectible, which is all the rage for this age group. Whiffer Sniffer even has a collectors booklet that you can keep track of all the ones you have collected so far. Some of them come in clear containers so you can see which one is inside and then they also have mystery containers. My daughter loves the mystery so those are her favorite.
If you are looking for a fun new way to style and spruce up your backpack these are a lot of fun. I use them as rewards for reading as well. My daughter has a reading goal each week so if she achieves her goal she can get a new Whiffer Sniffer. She loves it and they make her backpack smell good, win-win!
Looking for a fun stocking stuffer this year? These are the perfect size for stuffing stockings and the kids love them. A great idea for a last minute gift idea. Whiffer Sniffer just released Series 5 of these super fun toys! Make sure to check it out to get all new designs and scents.
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