It’s All About Kids: Mabel’s Labels Giveaway


This is my hundredth post! To celebrate it, Mabel’s Labels has generously donated a Camp Pack of labels – great for sticking on anything your kids have.

Mabel’s Labels is a Canadian-based company which makes quality, durable labels for your children’s clothing. I have used them for years: shoe labels on my boys’ shoes, sticky labels on bottles, lunch containers, and school books; bag tags on backpacks, lunch bags and pencil cases; clothing labels on – that’s right, clothes.

What I really love about Mabel’s products is they stay on. Sticky labels are dishwasher and microwave-safe, and tag-mates (sticky clothing labels) and iron-on labels stay on in the washer and dryer. I’ve had mom-friends try to peel sticky labels off water bottles and comment “Oh, those are good” when they can’t, and then proceed to order their own. Our swim school uses Mabel’s waterproof and UV resistant Classic Sticky labels on its flutter boards, and they stand up to both the sun and the chlorine; our tagmates do the same thing on our boys’ goggles.

The other thing I love about Mabel’s Labels is that your child’s name is as visible as you make it. One year, my then 6 year old lost one shoe at school and, instead of finding it, he lost the other the following day. We went through 14 classrooms of stinky shoes bins; his shoes stood out in the two bins that they were in because of the clearly labelled name inside, and, boy, was my nose relieved. Three weeks ago, a “Lost and Found Mom” grabbed me at school to give me my now 9 year old son’s hat; again, his lost clothing was returned because it was labelled with a Tag-mate.

Believe it or not, I even label some of my own things now: my glass case, cell phone, agenda, camera – things that I might put down somewhere at work and forget to pick up.

I could write on and on about how wonderful Mabel’s Labels products are but I won’t. Instead, head over to Mabel’s Labels and look around for yourself. Then, come back and enter my giveaway.

THE GIVEAWAY: Win your own Camp Pack from Mabel’s Labels.

Mandatory Entry:
Become a follower of this blog.

Extra Entries:
1. Visit Mabel’s Labels. Post a comment here telling me what you would use and how.

2. Become a fan of Mabel’s Labels on Facebook. Post a comment telling me you did.

3. Post this giveaway on your blog or Facebook. Leave a comment.

And, wait! There is more.

Tomorrow is the first day of Kids Running For Kids: Virtual Race, the 1K Virtual Fun Run to raise money for Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto. Mabel’s Labels has donated one pack of Classic Sticky Labels to one child participating, randomly drawn from all donations made to Sick Kids. Anyone who donates to Kids Running For Kids will also earn an extra entry for Mabel’s Labels Camp Pack ($5 = 1 entry; $10 = 3 entries); leave a comment.

This giveaway is only open to residents of Canada and The United States. Winners of both the Camp Pack and the Classic Sticky Labels will be drawn on Monday, June 28th.

Author: Cynsspace

I am a 50+ mother of two boys, a wife, a dog owner, and teacher. Mixed in between, I train to stay competitive as a Masters Runner in the Canadian racing scene. This is my story "Cyn's Space" - the good, the bad and anything else that comes to mind.

15 thoughts on “It’s All About Kids: Mabel’s Labels Giveaway”

  1. I love labels! I'm a neat freak and organizer extraordinaire. I would defnitely use the cord labels b/c I have so many different black cords for a million different gadgets and it drives me crazy sometimes figuring out which one goes with what gadget….especially the entertainment center area.

  2. I would use the labels for my son Jupiter who goes to Easter Seals camp all summer. He is always loosing his stuff or other peoples stuff comes home with him!
    I would label our nuun bottles that the boys use so they don't fight over them!

  3. Let's see here. I'm a follower. Liked Mabel's Labels on Facebook. Posting under Giveaways on my blog. Donated to the kids run (which we STILL have to do btw) and visited Mabel's Labels. I think I would use the sticky labels to put all over my daughter's stuff for school so I don't have to keep buying the same stuff over.

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