Back-to-School Reviews

Stick2Me custom labels for #Back-to-School


Summer is coming to an end and it’s time to think about back-to-school.

This year is Jayden’s first year in school and he is excited. We already purchased a few of his school supplies that he needed.  What i’m worried about is how much of his belongings will he actually recognise amongst all the other children’s items.   I remember a few years ago, my daughter coming back home one day wearing a pair of rubber boots that looked the same as hers, but were a size too small. After her mentioning her boots hurt her feet and further inspection, we noticed the boots did not belong to her. After that incident, we started writing her name on all her belongings. Writing her name did help, but after awhile the ink faded away, and we were back to square one. 

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I am happy that I had the chance to try out Stick2Me kids labels this time around.  

Stick2Me labels are perfect for school, camp, daycare and even for at home.  Unlike some labels, Stick2Me labels are designed to last. They are made of quality ink and film, and will even stay on in the dishwasher! 

Stick2Me labels are very easy to order, simply choose a collection, princess, dinosaur, panda, truck and many others (we chose the Dinosaurs). Celect a font and enter the name you would like on the labels and then select the set you want. That’s it! 

A bonus that Stick2Me offers, that most other label companies don’t, is the Allergies labels.  

When our labels arrived, we applied them to all of Jayden’s school belongings; markers, pencils, shoes, jacket and even his extra outfit that needs to stay at school. They are very easy to apply. 


I love these, and I wish I would have thought of getting these when my older two were just starting school! No more accidently taking someone else’s items. Now Jayden’s belongings are easily identifiable and I don’t have to worry as much about him loosing them. 

Do you label your kids belongings? 


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