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Jul 8, 2015

Back to School Wristbands

Go Back to School with Creative Wristbands

Back to school wristbands make going back to school exciting! Schools often use wristbands to promote school spirit, or use them as fundraisers. Here are just a few ideas on how to go back to school in style with customized silicone wristbands:

  • School PTO or PTA organizations purchase these bands as a back-to-school gift for students. Include the school’s web address and phone number, and use the school’s colors.
  • Student groups can create fun school-themed bracelets and sell them as a fundraisers at back-to-school registration events.
  • Teachers can create fun 12-inch slap-bands that serve as rulers. These innovative bands snap to a person’s wrist and fit snugly. Students will never be without a ruler again!
  • Kids can customize their own bands to wear back to school. Make them extra fun with color combinations, glitter, or glow in the dark effects.
Back to School Wristbands

Buy Back to School Wristbands from Amazing Wristbands

Whatever type of wristband you decide to create for back-to-school, you can likely create them using our online builders. Use the online builder to select your color, text, and special effects for your back to school bracelets. Or, for specialty bands such as the ruler slap band, call us and our professional and friendly customer service agents will help you. When purchasing back to school wristbands, be sure to work with a vendor that offers only 100% silicone wristbands, such as Amazing Wristbands. This is particularly important when creating bands for kids, as latex allergies can pose a very serious health risk. Here’s what you can expect from us.

  • 100% silicone wristbands that are non-allergenic and latex free.
  • Free shipping, free artwork, free design, and free color matching.
  • No minimum order requirements for popular styles.
  • No mold fee on any quantity.
  • Shipment of your wristbands in 5 - 10 days

Design your wristband online today!

Last modified on: May 3rd, 2017