How I labelled 3 children’s uniforms in minutes with My Nametags

September 11, 2017

I will let you into a little secret. I labelled 3 children’s uniforms, bags, shoes and equipment for School and Pre School in a just a few minutes. Without needing to use a needle and thread, or an iron. I just stuck them on! My secret is, My Nametags stick on labels. The best thing is that not only are they a great time saver, they last. Having used the same company for name labels for the last two years I can tell you that they last so well, I didn’t need to rename things that were already named. The labels withstand being washed and tumble dried. They don’t fade, or rub out and their colourful designs are easy to spot on a label when rummaging through the lost property box.

My Nametags

My Nametags

My Nametags stickers can be stuck onto anything and are great for things like water bottles and lunch boxes as they survive the dishwasher. We also put them in their school shoes and they don’t come unstuck or rub away. 

You can design your own labels quickly and easily online. I chose Ava’s name label design and decided to go for just her first name and a little Dinosaur to help her recognise her things. The boys actually designed their own, choosing the background, font and image. They couldn’t wait to stick them on their things. For older kids you can keep them as plain as you like.

You get a sheet of 56 sticky name labels for £11.95 plus £1.00 P&P. I think they are great value as my last sheets for the boys lasted me two years. We were just running out when I was asked if we would like to review My Nametags, so of course I said yes.

 

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Disclosure: I was sent the above stickers for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

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6 responses to “How I labelled 3 children’s uniforms in minutes with My Nametags”

  1. Anthony Harrington says:

    no, I haven’t tried stick on ones before

  2. lorraine kirk says:

    Yes, I have got some this year after a friend recommended them. They are great for wellingtons, shoes etc. Not sure if they will stand the test of time yet though as it’s too soon to say.

  3. Solange says:

    No, I haven’t tried stick on name labels before.

  4. Kim Neville says:

    Yes I have tried before on my son’s shoes and some school bits and they lasted well

  5. maria says:

    No but they would come in handy

  6. Hali Kinson says:

    No not tried them before they look great!

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