Planning to send the kids off to summer camp?
|March 28, 2012||Filed under Reviews|
Things are pretty chaotic when we drop our daughter off (or pick her up) at school. Things fall out of cubbies often and I’m always hearing, “Who does this belong to?” Imagine that problem at summer camp where there’s more kids and more things to keep track of. I hear stories from parents who are upset because their children lose clothing or bring home things that don’t belong to them.
If this is a concern for you, Label Daddy offers different types of packs to fit your specific needs. You choose the wording you want for your labels!
For the purpose of my review, I received the School Pack designed as above (same images, different wording — to be clear), which includes 1 bag tag, 45 xs labels, 30 s labels, 20 m labels, 10 l labels, 18 mini shoe labels, 8 shoe labels, and 4 zipper tags, which my daughter LOVES. Note: Do not pull on the zipper tag, as it can break. Pull on the zipper itself.
These are really high quality labels that DO NOT require ironing or sewing. Simply PEEL and STICK. OK, you might want to use a little pressure, but it’s still pretty effortless.
Once you apply the label, just let it sit for 24 hours before washing to allow for proper “bonding.” Also, please note that it will not stick to items pre-treated with stain/water-repellents or to garments with textures like lace and swimsuits. If you’re going to expose the label to harsh cleaners or high heat, you may want to go with the laminated option, which will provide extra protection.
You can create labels using Disney and Marvel characters. More recently, they became licensed to offer team labels for fans of MLB.
Because LabelDaddy wants to take care of your camp pack order before the summertime rush, they’re offering a 20% off code, summerfun.
They carry spice labels, allergy labels, holiday labels, garbage can labels, luggage labels…labels galore. They do school fundraisers as well! If interested, be sure to submit an inquiry.
LabelDaddy was kind enough to offer a $60 coupon code (applies toward shipping as well) for ONE of my readers. Use it for a camp pack or whatever combination you wish!
Disclosure: My labels were provided FREE by LabelDaddy in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.