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Applied Labels


As you know I love to label, I label EVERYTHING. lol I know it is a little paranoid but really my husband and I work very hard for what we have and well I would lose my head if it wasn't attached so putting a name on it really just helps me to have a chance of getting some of the things I lose back.lol Applied Labels gives me that peace of mind. From school boxes to jackets I can label them all. I love how well they stick to the items and even after washing them in my dishwasher. Although I no longer have babies my kids do still carry around drink bottles. At nearly $10 a piece I would go broke allowing them to just take them to school. My daughter alone already this year has had her water bottle returns more then 10 times. Applied Labels are also very easy to apply. I have included this Youtube video to show you more:
These labels can be personalized for your needs and come in so many designs and sizes you can really find something for your needs. They have bottle labelsclothing labels, medical alert labels, or you can customize for your needs around the house. Make sure you check them out on Facebook and Twitter for more information and savings.
**I received the above mentioned products in order to write an honest review. My thoughts are and always will be that of my own and were in no way influenced.**

Comments

This is a great idea! I do not label anything and maybe I should start doing that! Great review!
Jo Steph said…
Very cool! I love to put labels on our kids' items so everyone knows what belongs to who.
MommaSess said…
I completely understand what you mean about the kids cups!! Those "super hero" and Disney cups cost an arm and a leg, I really need to look into these labels. Thanks for the review.

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