“If everything coming into the school was labeled, we wouldn’t need a Lost and Found bin.”
You’ll likely hear those words at a parent meeting or see a note in the papers they send home during these early days of school. If your child’s school doesn’t offer labels through a fundraising program, here’s your chance to win two sets of reusable labels from Emily Press.
Eco-friendly, phthalate-free & lead-free… these labels are tough enough to last all year long.
I had never tried labels before, but we’ve been testing them throughout the spring and summer. It’s nice to have something that stays on really well, but isn’t as permanent as a sharpie. They’ve been on baseball helmets, rain jackets, luggage, beach buckets, and coolers.
Thankfully, our Montessori boys don’t have the typical list of supplies, but we have used them on their lunch boxes and boots this year. We’ll also stick these reusable labels to winter coats and inside hats and gloves this winter.
We pass along to family most of the clothing, coats, shoes, and sports equipment our boys outgrow. But we save the nicer items – the dress shoes they wore twice – to sell at consignment or online. Having a label that sticks well enough to stay on… but doesn’t leave a mark when it’s time to peel off… is a simple way to make those gently-used items more attractive when you’re reselling them.
Fill out the Rafflecopter form below for your chance to enter. This giveaway is open to residents of the US and Canada.
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