My daughter is in year two at school at the moment. In both year one and reception items went missing. Clothing items were eventually returned, however things like drinks bottles and snack pots didn’t make it home.
My Name Tags have given me the opportunity to try out their Name Tag Stickers. I have only ever used the iron on name tags in the past or if I’m in a hurry its been a biro name written on the label. The stickers sounded great so I was looking forward to trying them out.
The website is so easy to use. In the Text section you can write the name you would like. The design section is where you can choose a little picture to go onto the sticker, after that you select a background of your choice and then proceed to the checkout. It really is as simple as that.
What I love about My Name Tags is that they are completely unique. You get to choose the design you like. There are a lot of options to choose from.
A couple of days later and the stickers turned up, I was really pleased with them and I couldn’t wait to show E.
E loves them as much as I do. It was time to test them out. The name stickers are very versatile and can be used on everything from clothing to equipment. If you use them on clothing be sure to stick them to the care label in the clothes. The website states that they are waterproof and durable.
We decided to stick one on E’s water bottle to start with, this gets washed daily so it was a great way to test them out.
After several days of being used and washed, I have to say I am impressed. The sticker looks just like it did when it went on. At the weekend i will be doing more labelling, including shoes and wellies.
My Name Tags stickers cost £11.95 plus £1 postage for a sheet of 56 stickers. I think they are excellent value and I will be ordering more in the future for when J starts preschool.
My Name Tags is offering one of my readers the chance to win a sheet of 56 Name stickers.
Entry is via the gleam app below.
Closing date 31st January 2018. UK only