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Sunday, 1 September 2019

Back To School With My Nametags

If you have little ones at school or maybe even about to start school, you'll know just how expensive it can be to purchase all the necessary items that they will need from school uniforms, stationery and PE kits, to name just a few things. Children can easily misplace their possessions which means you can end up having to pay to replace the items and that's why it's really important to make sure your children's clothing and property is clearly labelled with their name. With approximately thirty children in each UK class, matching up unnamed items to children must be a daunting task for the teachers and so named items will really give them a helping hand and will also help your child in identifying their own items. It will certainly save you a lot of money in the long run. I really love the labels from My Nametags. They offer high quality, lasting iron-on labels or stickers. I absolutely love the colour stickers and I've been really impressed by the durability of them. I stick them on to everything I can, to drinks bottles, clothes, coats, inside shoes and on to book bags and much more! The labels will survive many hot washes and are waterproof and rub resistant! The iron-on labels are so resistant to wear that they come with a ten year guarantee!

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You can choose from a wide array of designs for the stickers which was a fun activity for me and my little one to do together and it's a great way of getting your child excited for the new term or their first day at school. You can choose from a range of icons and backgrounds and can even select a font. My son chose to have a monkey character with a green background on his. The fun little characters or symbols can help your child to identify their possessions if they have not yet learned how to read! Applying the stickers couldn't be easier which I am very pleased about as I certainly don't fancy sewing tiny little labels into clothes like my mum used to do!

You can find out more and design your own labels here!



*I was kindly sent some colour stickers to try in exchange for an honest review.



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