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Smarty Pants Product of the Week – Loveable Labels!

Product
Loveable Labels

Smarty Pants Review
Sippy cups, shoes, toys and more…my daughter has it and can easily lose it (especially if she’s anything like her mom or dad!) I need an efficient, Smart Mama way of labeling her things, that way at a playgroup with a half a dozen Diego cups, I’ll know which one is hers!

Over the last few weeks I have labeled her cups and toys with Loveable Labels. These sticker labels adhere to her things and stay there no matter what! The picture to the right shows my munchkin’s favorite Dora the Explorer cup . This cup, with the purple Loveable Label sticker, gets washed numerous times a day and a few times through the dishwasher each week. The Loveable Label hasn’t changed a bit in appearance or adherence since the day I first put it on! Amazing! (FYI – in the past I had used permanent marker to mark her cups and as many of you know, the markings aren’t so permanent and disappeared in the dishwasher!) Anyway, Loveable Labels receive HUGE thumbs up as a Smarty Pants Product!

Why is it a Smart Mama Product?
It works. It’s affordable. It’s needed!
Retail Value
$20 +
Smarty Pants Product Giveaway
Product
Loveable Labels Starter Pack

Retail Value
$37.95
Giveaway Entry Dates
Today – Sunday, September 7, 12:00 PM EST

Giveaway Winner Announcement
Sunday, September 7, 2008 via blog posting and email.

How to Enter Share a comment to this blog entry with your favorite type of Loveable Label and how you would use it! (Types of labels found on http://www.alexis.lovablelabels.ca/)! Be sure to include contact info (email or URL).

Other Tiny Details
Product will only be mailed within the 48 continental states. One entry per person. I will contact the winner via e-mail by Monday, September 8th, so please be sure I know how to get in touch with you if you win!!! If no contact info is provided it automatically disqualifies your entry.
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63 comments

  1. Jeanne 31 August, 2008 at 18:53 Reply

    These look great! I would use these for labeling sippy cups, lunch bags, and my son's diaper bag for church & school! Jeanne@logansystems.com I'd be interested to find out if they can make some tailored to say something about his food allergies. hmmm….something to look into. thanks for sharing!

  2. Sandy 1 September, 2008 at 11:41 Reply

    well just to distingush between our family and others and would even put on hubs things because he leaves his stuff at houses, this way peeps know it belongs to so and sos daddy.It can get expensive with all the replacing and lost items sometimes and would cut down on the anxiety

    like the fun stickies

  3. danimal 1 September, 2008 at 12:57 Reply

    I’d use the regular sticker labels for my son’s things like sippy cups and the clothing dots so I know he’s coming home with his jacket and backpack!

  4. Mia J. 1 September, 2008 at 15:39 Reply

    I would use the simple labels to label my daughters things that she takes to school so I know she would be able to find her own jacket etc.

  5. kdkdkd 2 September, 2008 at 07:43 Reply

    I love the dinosaur Fun Stickies, my son is obsessed with dinosaurs so he would get a kick out of labels like these. I would use the prize pack labeling his things for school and playdates, including his staw drinking cup. Thanks for the chance.

  6. Anonymous 2 September, 2008 at 11:00 Reply

    My favorite are the butterfly fun stickies. I’d use them to label my daughter’s school supplies and toys.
    -Terra
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

  7. furygirl3132 2 September, 2008 at 11:12 Reply

    I like the regular sticker labels and would use them to label my daghter’s backpack and lucnh box among other things that she will take to school so she doesn’t lose them. Thanks so much for a great giveaway!

    Eloise
    furygirl3132@comcast.net

  8. judybrittle 2 September, 2008 at 17:25 Reply

    I would use the press n’ stick clothing dots to label my grandchildrens clothes for daycare. Plus I would like the fun labels for all their other stuff. Thank you!

  9. jamielz 2 September, 2008 at 17:49 Reply

    I love the show labels. That seems to be the most difficult thing to label. The football labels are also very cute. My son’s school mandates that everything is labeled so I would obviously use them for his supplies, clothes, etc.
    jamielz@verizon.net

  10. Tonya 2 September, 2008 at 17:51 Reply

    The shoe labels are great. We live in a small town with only a couple stores so it is often that a bunch of kids in our school have the same shoes as my daughter.

  11. AmberRose95 2 September, 2008 at 20:10 Reply

    I could use any of these for various things around the house. My son loves trains and football so these would get the most use at the moment for toys and notebooks. Thank you for the contest!
    AmberRose95[at]gmail[dot]com

  12. Audrey B 4 September, 2008 at 08:19 Reply

    I really love all this sticker stuff for school, the fun stickers are adorable, like stars or footballs. With preschool labeling is so good for them, they can recognize their name. Everyone gets my sons spelling of his name wrong, so this would be helpful.

  13. Tech Savvy Mama 4 September, 2008 at 14:10 Reply

    With both children now in preschool, I would definitely use the Press n’ Stick clothing dots and Shoe Labels so all of their belongings could be easily identified and returned to us! Thanks for the giveaway!

  14. jodene 5 September, 2008 at 07:21 Reply

    I’d like the press and stick clothing labels – my daughter just starting kindergarten this morning and these would be great for her jackets and coats when it gets cooler!

  15. blueviolet 5 September, 2008 at 18:20 Reply

    I’d go with the regular label and I’d probably use it most for when I send in containers of food to school, church, etc.
    doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
    Elizabeth

  16. Marianna 6 September, 2008 at 15:33 Reply

    My kids would love those fun stickies-dinosaur and would use them to label everything! Toys, pencils boxes, etc. I can see how many problems this would solve, too – i.e. “that’s my toy car.” “no it’s mine.” “no it’s mine.” Argh!

  17. lisalmg 6 September, 2008 at 18:55 Reply

    I really like the slimline labels because they would be cuter to put my children’s school supplies than writing their name with a Sharpie.
    lisalmg (at) ktis (dot) net

  18. newmom8404 6 September, 2008 at 20:51 Reply

    I love the little doll one in the cool colors. My little princess just started Pre-K and in school everything must be labeled.

  19. carissaad 6 September, 2008 at 21:26 Reply

    I like the fun stickies-heart. I would give them to my cousin to use on her stepdaughter’s school items.

    Thanks!

    carissaad at aol dot com

  20. Kasey P 7 September, 2008 at 05:36 Reply

    Press n’ Stick Clothing Dots because they would be great to put in the extra clothes that is taken to preschool
    beausdorei at gmail dot com

  21. gromitzzz@yahoo.com 7 September, 2008 at 22:08 Reply

    This would be great for all those sand toys we often bring (and lose, eventually) in the park. I’d go with the regular type.

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