Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Loveable Labels Back to School Pack Review and Giveaway

Toddler stuff is expensive and losing it is terrible.  Consequently, I have a habit of writing Aias's name on all his things in my hideous and messy handwriting with a permanent black marker that eventually rubs off.

Never again.

We are now the proud owners of a Back To School Pack from Lovable Labels so I can send that permanent black marker back to the pen cup where it belongs.

Now, I know I'm not the only one who has ever bought paper sticky labels from the drug store, printed a bunch of name stickers on my inkjet printer, and stuck them on all my things only to have them smudge or tear off.  These labels aren't like that.  Lovable Labels are waterproof, dishwasher safe, washer and dryer safe, sun safe, bleach safe, sunscreen safe and temperature safe.  Pretty incredible, right?

Lovable Labels were made by a mom who found herself in the middle of a problem.  When she took her son to childcare she was asked to label all of his belongings.  This meant labeling everything from his outdoor clothing, to his indoor shoes, sippy cups, and backpack.  She recognized that there was a need in the market for personalized labels that were tough and durable and could stand the test of time and everyday use that children put them through.  These labels are just that!

I want to take a few minutes to share my Back To School Pack with you.  The pack contains:


15 Sticker Labels
80 Slimline Labels
12 Shoe Labels
48 Press n' Stick Clothing DOTS™
12 Square Labels
2 Mini-Metal Tags (two 4” silver ball chains incld)

They are pretty cute, right?  When I got this package in the mail I was beyond excited and made the mistake of opening them in front of Aias who immediately ran for paper so he could use up all the precious stickers.  I had to explain these were special stickers that only mommy could put on, which would probably have sent him into an outrage except he was too busy running to get his Thomas train so I could mark it for him. Luckily there are 80 of these labels so we won't be running out any time soon:

There's no question who this Thomas belongs to...
Here are some other things we labeled:

Fleece coat before

Fleece coat after
Its survived the hottest dry cycle, too!!!

Shoes!

Water bottle!
These labels are great and they are exactly what the doctor ordered if you are looking for a reliable, simple, and stylish way of labeling your child's belongings or even your own.

Aside from how obviously utilitarian and adorable they are, they are also highly customizable so you can get exactly what you are looking for.  In addition to the labels I have above, you can also get:

- Iron On Labels
- Allergy Alert Labels
- Bag Tags
- Fun Stickies
- Medical or Vital ID Wristbands

The colours and designs are customizable so you can choose a theme that matches your child's interests or colours that match their stuff.  We chose trains, of course.  The exact dimensions and details of each product are on the website and the Loveable Label's staff are friendly and available to answer any questions you may have. 

If you want to order your own Back To School Pack or any of the other labels, you can use this Lovable Labels Coupon Code BTS2012SHARE to get $5 off your purchase of $25 or more.

You can also enter below to win a Back To School Pack for absolutely free!!!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

*** Disclosure***  The products in this review were provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting the review.  All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation. Don't worry, if I don't like something, I'll let you know ;)





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