Saturday, August 16, 2014

Label Your Belongings with Kidecals {Review and Giveaway}

Disclosure: I wrote this post on behalf of Kidecals and received a promotional item to thank me for my time.  All thoughts and opinions regarding Kidecals and their labels are my own and were not influenced by other sources.  

After I picked up Big C from drop-in daycare, I found that they had written her name with permanent marker on her belongings.  It made me a little annoyed because we work hard to take care of our things and eventually hand them down or resell them.  I wish I would have labeled her things myself. So when Kidecals offered us an opportunity to review their labels, I was pretty excited.

Kidecals are personalized labels that are dishwasher, washing machine and dryer safe!  And they stick to any surface.  You can use these stickers on clothing, backpacks, tupperware, devices . . . anything!

I chose to create fun labels for Little M's belongings because I don't want what happened to Big C's things, to happen to his.  There were so many styles and designs to choose from.  And I found the cutest ones that fit Little M perfectly.

Kidecals has a label for almost any use, including organizing labels, allergy alerts, canning, water bottle labels and more!  And what a perfect solution to keep your child's things from ending up in lost-and-found.  Kidecals always offers free shipping, too!

You can purchase the same labels Little M received for $28 at Kidecals.com or choose from a variety of other labels.  Stay connected with Kidecals on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram for all their latest products, ideas and updates.

Kidecals is giving away your choice of labels up to $21 (Everyday Set or Mini Set) to one blessed reader.  Simply fill out the Rafflecopter below to enter.  This giveaway is open to US residents only. Good Luck!



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7 comments:

  1. If I won, we'd use these to label our granddaughter's belongings.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  2. I would use these for my sons backpack and lunches! All sorts of things! :)

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  3. My grandson is starting pre-kindergarten this year so I would use these for his backpack and other items that he brings to school.

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  4. I would put them on my granddaughter's things for her daycare.

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  5. I would stick them on my sons soccer gear and on all my kids school stuff!

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