Stikets Name Labels Review

Stikets Name Labels Review & Giveaway

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Erin already goes to nursery for 3 days a week but after the Easter holidays she’ll be going up to 4 days thanks to her 30 hours of funding. Just the other week I noticed that some of the labels we had on Erin’s official nursery jumpers had fallen off in the washing machine. I needed to get something new to replace them, as well as to label some of the other items of clothing Erin wears to nursery on a regular basis.

I recently teamed up with Stikets to review their basic pack of labels which costs £19.95. (Correct as of Mar ’19)

Stikets basic pack of name labels

The great thing about the value pack is that it comes with a really well-rounded range of name labels. The pack includes:

  • 84 all-purpose adhesive labels for objects (36 minis, 24 small, 20 medium, 4 big labels)
  • 8 shoe labels (4 pairs of shoes)
  • 2 small bag tags
  • 48 small Iron-On labels

The ordering process is really easy and you can also personalise your name labels. Not only can you add your child’s name but you can also have the choice of image and colours. Stikets have put together colour schemes so you choose a range of colours that compliment each other.

Stikets adhesive name labels

The value pack comes in a really nicely presented folder and I love that all of the products can be kept in one place. It’s hard enough to keep track of where things are at home sometimes so this is such a good idea. Not only do the labels come in a folder but the folder has separate (named) sections for the different types of label so you know what to do with each one.

Stikets iron-on name labels

The basic pack of name labels is designed so that you have something for pretty much anything you can think of. The adhesive labels come in plenty of different sizes and even in the shape of feet. You can label your child’s drink bottle, stationery and even their shoes with the adhesive labels.

Until recently I didn’t really realise that I actually needed the iron-on name labels. I kind of thought that adhesive labels would be fine on clothes labels but I now know I need something different. With 48 iron-on name labels and the protective paper needed these will last us quite some time!

Stikets basic pack of name labels

The Stikets basic value pack has really set us up for getting Erin organised after the Easter holidays. I have everything I need to ensure anything she takes to nursery is labelled clearly and more importantly, that the labels won’t fall off!

Win a basic pack of Stikets name labels worth £19.95!

We’re giving one lucky reader the chance to win their own basic pack of name labels from Stikets. Enter below via Gleam!

*Giveaway ends Monday 15th April at 23:59. UK entrants only. Please see full T&Cs.

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Stikets Name Labels Review

10 thoughts on “Stikets Name Labels Review & Giveaway”

  1. Such a great idea especially like you said for nursery and school and because it’s a sticker you don’t have to write with permanent marker inside their coats / bags

  2. I love this, so much easier and longer lasting than my scrawl with a sharpie. Lovely how everything is presented too, both my little ones are going nursery fulltime in June so this could be a super time saver.

  3. They look really good. We label everything for school and still manage to loose things. It’s god that you get so many in the pack x

  4. labels are a must in my home – the amount of things my daughter lost this school year is unbelivable x heheh so we got to label everything x kind regards Pati robins

  5. These look great! You can never have too many labels as a school mum….we need to get a new batch having said that so will look into this in more detail.

  6. I need some of these as my daughter starts school in September – I will def look into getting these for her!

  7. Great giveaway! I’m going to head over and enter later today. Finding good name labels is the bane of my life! So would love to try these.

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