Gift Guide Pick
Christmas is just 5 weeks away, and you might be nearly finished with your shopping or just barely started! I find the last things I get around to are the stocking stuffers, because I don’t just want them to be ‘fillers’, but something my family will find useful. Now is the time to order if you are looking for a personalized product for those stockings.
Lovable Labels are an excellent stocking stuffer and a practical gift. Their labels can be attached to just about anything, and by using labels (especially on your children’s items) you can save money, by not having to replace items that would otherwise end up lost.
For the holiday season Lovable Labels has a number of gift packs that you can personalize to match your recipients personal style. Colors for boys and girls, along with icons for everyone.
One of the best things about choosing personalized labels, is that you are showing the person who receives them, you thought specifically about them. Kids especially love to receive gifts that have their name on it, and enjoy showing it off to their friends. So if you send lunch containers to school with your children, then they can stick their labels on them, making sure that if they don’t make it back into the backpack, at least if they end up in the lost and found, they can find their way back to your child!
Here you can see one of the labels I put on my travel mug that I take with me everywhere. This way if I leave it behind (gasp!), I would hopefully get it back, if a kind soul turned it in to a lost and found or reception desk.
Lovable Labels meet the high standards that parents expect. The Regular and Slimline labels are microwave and dishwasher safe, the Iron-on labels stay put in the washer and dryer, the Shoe Labels have an extra strength adhesive to ensure they won’t come off and the Bag Tags are made of a durable and flexible plastic.
Personalized labels are an easy way for the whole family to label their belongings so everyone knows who it belongs to. Have a number of iPods or Nintendo DS’s in the home? Or how about if your kids or their friends take these over when visiting? A label keeps the kids from fighting over whether it’s theirs or not.
For a limited time, Lovable Labels has a Holly Jolly Gift Pack in either Christmas Jewels (girl colors) or Santa’s Pick (boy colors) for just $24.99. Those packages contain 93 assorted labels. If you don’t need quite that many you can get the Prancer’s Pick or Rudolph’s Rendition for just $14.99. Lovable Labels also has Gift Seals & Address Labels in assorted styles.
During the month of November you will receive FREE personalized Gift Seals with the purchase of any holiday pack!!
You have a chance to win your choice of a Christmas Jewels or Santa’s Pick label pack!!
To enter the giveaway visit Lovable Labels, and tell me what Icon you would choose for your labels. You can enter daily.
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Open to US & Canadian residents ages 18+, ends November 30, 2010 at 11:59 PM CST. E-mail must be submitted when entering, or in the comment body. Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. By entering this giveaway you are stating that you have read my **Privacy/Rules statements and agree to them.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I wrote this post on behalf of Lovable Labels and was supplied with samples and information through them, the review and opinions are my own.
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