What type of jewellery should you buy for kids? This is a question that many parents ask themselves when they are about to purchase a gift. There are so many options out there, and it can be hard to know where to start. If you’re looking for some guidance on what jewellery to buy your child, keep reading!
While there are many options for children’s jewellery, we have found that the best type to buy something funky and trendy. This will not only be a great gift for your child, but it’ll also keep them interested in wearing their jewellery.
Necklaces, earrings & pin badges
Does your child have a favourite toy? Why not buy a necklace with an image of that toy on it? This way your child will love to play and wear their favourite thing. We have a great selection of acrylic necklaces based on our soft toy characters.
What about wooden earrings in animal or fruit shape? These make excellent gifts for teens. Giving kids wooden jewellery will teach them about sustainability.
Pin badges are also a great choice for kids. They can go with anything and are sometimes a more affordable option for children’s jewellery. A crocodile, an egg, a devil or even a little doggie are timeless and loved by all. They can be attached to hats, jackets or backpacks.
When choosing jewellery, it’s important that you choose something durable. If your child is old enough to take care of their things themselves, then maybe a gold or silver chain with charms would make a good choice for them. Otherwise, make sure the material will hold up against wear-and-tear as well as any other accidents.
Kids love to play with their necklaces or dangle them in front of the mirror. This is why it’s important that you buy a necklace without any sharp edges and that will stay on securely even if they tug at it often. Plastic, plastic-coated metal, rubber and other soft materials are best for kids’ jewellery as they won’t cause any injury should your child happen to bump into something hard while wearing or playing with their piece of jewellery!
What to avoid?
What to avoid? Any jewellery, especially necklaces or chains, should not have sharp edges or broken pieces. Flimsy chains are also a problem as they can easily break and need to be replaced often which will get expensive quickly!
We hope this blog post has given you some great tips on what to buy your child The best type of kid’s jewellery is something fun! Maybe now it’ll be easier to choose the perfect gift?
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