A while back I had shared my review of Mabel’s Labels, but coming into another back to school year I wanted to revisit the product. I’m a big fan of Mabel’s Labels. I bought them last time for my youngest son since he seems to forget to bring things home all the time. I love the convenience of having labels with my children’s names on them. I think I have just about put them on everything. Clothes have been in and out of the wash and the Tag Mates remain on the clothes. I’ve also put them on sporting equipment. Most equipment is expensive and I would hate for my child to lose their lacrosse gloves or bring another child’s home.
The Shoe Labels have truly been put to the test on my son’s sandals and rain boots. These are 10-year-old stinky boy feet! I can’t believe they haven’t fallen off! That right there has me sold on the quality of these labels. They can go through the wash and hold up to big sweaty, stinky feet! Okay, I better stop talking about the feet or my son will kill me. Plus the labels are dishwasher safe as well, so you can label food containers and water bottles and not worry about the labels coming off in the wash.
Another favorite of mine are the Teeny Tags, they come with a metal hoop and you can place them on the zippers of your backpacks and lunch packs! This makes bags easier to identify. All these labels I just described plus Skinny Minis are available as part of the Stylish Scholars Combo pack.
Here is what the kit includes:
- 40 Skinny-Minis™
- 50 Tag Mates™
- 16 Shoe Labels
- 2 Teeny Tags™
About Mabel’s Labels:
Mabel’s Labels began in 2003 and was started by a group of four moms that were frustrated by their children losing their belongings. They decided to make personalized high quality labels. These labels are manufactured in Canada and are sold online and through various fundraising programs. All products are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Label’s are also available for household items, the classroom and Mabel’s Labels also carry allergy alert bands as well as labels!
Disclosure: Labels were provided to me for my honest review. All thoughts are my own!