Oliver's LabelsThankfully Eva isn’t out of the house too much at daycare or anywhere else. We like that she can stay home with Allison for much of her time. However, Eva does get to go to her cousin’s and friends’s homes as well as to the YMCA Childwatch program. When she does, she has stuff that goes with her. Stuff and kids, well some of it tends to get lost easily or mixed up. The stuff, not so much the kids, hopefully. So, instead of using a sharpie and writing on the stuff with that being at risk for smudging or ruining clothes you could instead label that stuff quickly and easily with Oliver’s Labels.

We were sent a package of these labels for Eva. When she goes to ChildWatch her stuff is labeled with Eva B. because there is another Eva at the YMCA. I didn’t think that would be the case but then again most classrooms have double names for kids, I had 4-5 Jennifers in my grade school and we only had 20 kids in the class. So, having a way in which to differentiate your kid’s stuff from other kid’s stuff is nice. With these Personalized Kid’s Labels you can immediately know what stuff is your kid’s stuff. And what’s more you can also get special allergy designs labels to protect your child from contact with foods that may give them serious reactions.

Our packet of high quality waterproof labels included some Original Labels (nice brightly colored easy to read ones), Mini labels (still brightly colored but small enough to fit on a toothbrush or pencil), Shoe Labels (shaped like feet they fit inside your child’s shoes. They come as a set of two) and Stick-eez Clothing Labels (No need to iron them on, just affix them to the clothing care tag). A nice starter pack that has mermaids, fairies, and unicorns on them. There are tons of designs available. They are easily identifiable as Eva’s and so she can quickly get her own stuff. They are also dishwasher & laundry safe and will never fade, scuff or peel.

Oliver’s Labels has many different packages that are helpful to parents. There is a Starter Package that has 20 Original labels, 35 Stick-eez labels and 2 small tags. Great for having stuff go with your child to a few places. Then you can step up tot he Preschool Package with even more labels including shoe labels and a large tag for a backpack or overnight bag. When your child is old enough for school then there is a great school package so that they can keep track of all their things.

Another feature that you can add to your labels is the Found-it Code. This is a way in which you can get your stuff back without ever having to exchange any personal information with the person who found it. You can get these codes added to your labels and if someone finds your child’s things they can go online and enter the code at the provided url. Oh, and did I mention that this service is FREE.Great job Oliver’s Labels.

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One Response to “Review: Oliver’s Labels”

  1. Cherie Corey says:

    These are a great idea for some items, but I wonder how well they would stay on cloth items like shoes for example?
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