It is a time saver and a life saver…as well as saving shoes, coats, lunchboxes and other items not permanently attached to them from getting lost or accidentally taken home by someone else.
When you order labels from Label Your Stuff, you get to choose what color you want the labels to be, the color of text (if the label is white) and you even have the option of including a cool icon on the labels. For example, my boys love rockets and there is a great rocket icon that can be put on the labels.
Label Your Stuff goes beyond just ordinary labels, though. They have bag tags, which are great for back packs and luggage. They have allergy alert labels (what a great idea!), which is so important if your child has allergies. They have book labels so your child (or you) will never lose a book again. They have wonderful address labels and if you’re not sure to get when shopping for someone else, you can order a gift certificate and let them choose exactly what they want!
Label Your Stuff has it all. In addition, I think they have great customer service. They stay in touch with their customers and are quick to respond to messages. The communication I had with them was always responded to quickly and in a very friendly, customer focused manner. Their web site even contains a great FAQ page with information from shipping to how to use the iron on labels.
When you need anything labeled, definitely head over to Label Your Stuff. They will take wonderful care of you, get your order to you quickly, and you will love the labels and love that you can always find your stuff!
Julianne Alvarez-Wish is a military wife, mother, business owner, professional writer, blogger and legislative advocate. She is the Director of Communications for Our Milk Money, the Colorado State Leader for the National Association for Moms in Business and the owner of Buy By Mom and Buy By Mom Blog. She is the Colorado Springs Stay-at-Home Mom Examiner for Examiner.com. She also blogs at A Wishful Thought. Her passion, purpose and goal is to help parents work from home so they can be home with their children.