I have been compensated for this post in the form of a product. All opinions are mine and mine alone. This post is sponsored by Stuck On You.
With a mile long list of supplies to pick up, new clothes to purchase and everything else that goes along with the beginning of the school year, things can get overwhelming. Most schools are very specific on the type/brand of supplies they require and many want your child’s name on each item. Fortunately, Stuck On You makes back to school preparation a bit easier by offering name labels for any item your child needs at school.
Founded by Carrie Felton, Stuck on You carries a wide array of products, with their most popular being name label’s. The company is dedicated to creating labels are durable enough to withstand regular use. They also offer personalized bibs, wooden name puzzles, bags, bottles, and much more. All of the designs used are created at the company headquarters by the hardworking graphic design team. Stuck On You’s website allows you to enter your child’s name, pick a design, and preview it before you order so you know exactly what you are getting. The website has many other features including fundraising opportunities, a baby name generator, how to videos, and much more.
Stuck On You has labels to suit every need including Iron On Clothing Labels, Multi-Use Labels, and Stick On Clothing Labels. They are available in an array of sizes, shapes, colors, and with different fonts. You can also choose from the large selection of designs which includes everything from animals and trucks to pirates and flowers. Since the labels face daily wear and tear, Stuck On You uses the best quality adhesive that remains sticky even if exposed to water, heat, wind, and more. They also have a scratch resistant coating so the colors stay bright and sharp over time.
I received an assortment of labels for my two daughters along with Button Bag Tags. The bag tags are personalized with their name and have a keychain style that allows me to attach them to the handle or the zipper. They are coated with plastic to keep the name and design protected. These Button Bag Tags are both adorable and practical. My girls love the design and it will make it easier for them to make sure they have the correct bag in case someone has an identical one.
The labels I received are various sizes so I can add them to everything I need. Designer mini labels are perfect for stationery, personal items, water bottles, and small school supplies. The Large Designer Multi-Use Labels work well for backpacks, sports equipment, large toys, nap mats, lockers and more. There are 38 designs available with unique color palettes.
My girls absolutely love their name labels. From the minute they arrived, they were excited to start labeling their school supplies. They tried talking me into applying labels to nearly everything in their bedroom, but I finally convinced them that we can save the ones we don’t use this year so they will have them next year. These labels are not just great for school, but also come in handy for camp, church, and daycare.