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Any parent with a child just starting school knows how many things you have to pack or send in to your child’s school. I send in numerous changes of clothes, as well as underwear, to keep in school for my youngest son CJ. I also send in lunch for CJ on a daily basis, due to his special dietary needs. There have been more than a few times I never saw clothing or Tupperware again after sending it in. I’m sure the staff lost track of whose things were whose.
This year it was suggested to me that I consider using labels. At first I didn’t think I had much of a use for labels. But then I got to thinking. The Ultimate Back To School Combo from Mabel’s Labels contains more than 100 personalized labels. That would be enough labels to label every article of clothing I need to send in as well as CJ’s shoes, coats, backpack, lunch bag and some Tupperware. His things would never get misplaced again. And I bet he wouldn’t come home wearing someone else’s shoes either, which did happen this past year.
The combo and the colours are available for a limited time only, until September 30th, 2008.
I haven’t even mentioned the best part yet. Most of these labels, like the Tag-Mates and Skinny-Minis, do not require ironing or sewing to apply. Mabel’s Labels are dishwasher, microwave and laundry safe as well as UV resistant. That makes these the perfect label! It’s like they were created just for me. I hate ironing and I don’t know how to sew.
Once I started thinking outside of my routine, I thought of lots of things I could use these labels for. I could use them in the kitchen on all of my Tupperware storage containers that I have in the cabinets. I could use them on individual meals I’ve pre-made and frozen for CJ. I could use them on all of the plastic containers that hold all of CJ’s toys. And they’d be quite useful on all of the containers of clothes that the boys have outgrown that I’ve got stored up in the attic.
Check out all the different types of labels and uses for them at Mabel’s Labels. Your Mabel’s Labels agent is Nicole Lee. She’s offering some nice values and has a label that will accommodate just about every need you can think of.