Skip to product information
  • BY BIRDIE | WALKABOUT BY DAISY IN DOTS MINI BACKPACK by BY BIRDIE - The Playful Collective
  • BY BIRDIE | WALKABOUT BY DAISY IN DOTS MINI BACKPACK by BY BIRDIE - The Playful Collective
  • BY BIRDIE | WALKABOUT BY DAISY IN DOTS MINI BACKPACK by BY BIRDIE - The Playful Collective
1 of 3

BY BIRDIE

BY BIRDIE | WALKABOUT BY DAISY IN DOTS MINI BACKPACK

Regular price
$54.95
Regular price
Sale price
$54.95

Description - The By Birdie Walkabout mini daycare/toddler backpack is the perfect size for daycare/kindy - it fits a small lunch box, sheet, drink bottle and spare pare of clothes perfectly. 

Need something a bit bigger? It also comes in junior size! 


Features -    Two compartments
                     Water resistant material
                     White metal zip
                     Side drink bottle compartments to fit most standard drink bottles
                     Adjustable straps 
                     Belly clip - so it won't fall off!

Material -    Polyester

Size -           33cm x 29cm excluding straps 

About Daisy Hill -

Daisy Hill is a modern, contemporary Aboriginal artist living on Yugambeh Country (Gold Coast). She is a wife and mother of two sharing her connections to her ancestors through her artworks. Daisy paints intuitively and describes her painting process as deeply spiritual.

Daisy feels an overwhelming connectedness to her thoughts, feelings and spirit when she paints. She has a passion for storytelling and her works are inspired by her own life experiences, growing up in the hinterland and by the ocean.

“It is a way for me to feel connected to the Motherland - the trees, the water, the sand, the sun, the earth and the animals. It's a way for me to convey the beauty I see in all things. A way for me to express my gratitude and to acknowledge the Country I am walking, living and breathing. I am so grateful for the people who invest in my art because it resonates with them,” says Daisy.

She is a proud descendant of the Muruwari people and celebrates her Aboriginal heritage with the world through her paintings. Daisy's art style can be described as intuitive and contemporary. She paints in her own unique style, often in a soft, earthy colour palette, using a combination of Aboriginal language symbols and her own original designs.