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Oliver's Labels

With school starting on Monday it has been nothing short of CRAZY around here. Keeping track of 3 kids items can be quite a challenge. Recently I was given the chance to review a product that any busy person could use! Oliver's Labels have really been a life saver for me this week. My youngest has entered into school, and well she is her mommy's daughter and would likely lose her head if it wasn't attached. With dozens of designs there is bound to be something for everyone! My favorite part though is the FOUND-IT CODE! Found-it is a free service offered by Oliver's Labels where you can register your information to a number which is applied to your labels. If your item is found the finder can simply enter that number on the site in order for Oliver's Label to contact you! Water proof and available in so many different sizes and designs you are sure to find the one for you!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Shayla Burks said…
That's so neat! With Taylor on the bus, I'm going to have to look into those for sure. :p

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