Lovable Labels: Review and Giveaway

A few weeks ago, when going through my son’s school bag, I found not one, not two, but three clothing items that did not belong to him.  I understand that in a classroom of ten 3 and 4 year olds, things are going to get a little confused. But this was crazy.

Which is why, when I received an offer to review Lovable Labels recently, I jumped at the chance. With two kids and their resulting activities, gear, and belongings, having a variety of labels to slap on their stuff is just smart. I started with Mason’s lunch bag and water bottle for when he eats lunch at school. I used the “Slimline” label on the water bottle and the regular sticker label on the lunch bag. Isn’t that little train cute?

Then we moved on to his school bag, his extra mittens,  and his snow pants. I was pleasantly surprised by how sturdy and durable these labels are. They  stick on almost any surface, even the uneven fabric of Mason’s lunch bag, and stay put.

Lovable Labels are

  • dishwasher-safe
  • microwave-safe
  • washing machine-safe
  • sun-safe
  • temperature-safe

Mason’s stainless steel water bottle goes through a LOT of abuse (he carries it everywhere) — and his name label is still sticking just like the first day I put it on.

Would you like to win a Friendship pack with 15 Sticker Labels and 40 Slimline labels personalized for your child? All you have to do is enter in the form below!

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*Disclosure: While Lovable Labels provided a set of personalized name labels for me to review, all opinions are my own.*


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  1. Sandy VanHoey says:

    My grandsons clothing for school. We have to write his name on them

  2. Wow, I love your post and how you described an example of how things can get misplaced! The great thing is that now Mason’s has labels to label all of his belongings so this doesn’t happen in the future. Thank you for posting your review and giveaway for our Friendship Pack. Can’t wait to see who wins!

  3. I’d use them to label our son’s bottles, clothes, etc for daycare.