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    Hi! Just wondering which companys are favourites for ordering name labels (clothing and paper based)? I have only checked Stuck on you but thought I'd ask around before ordering.

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    I use Bright Star Kids

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    Global style is my favourite and the one i recommend you avoid is 'that's mine'. They were the worst quality ones i've ever purchased.

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    I use stuck on you

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    I have used name bubbles.... They are American but good pieces and reasonable shipping. I haven't bought clothes labels but I have bought labels for water bottles etc... And they do not come off!! Lol

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    I got a personalised water bottle from Stuck On You for DD when she started school last year and she broke it within the first week!!

    I also recall a company called Mooo who do personalised stuff and labels and last year they were absolutely atrocious at getting their order correct and/or out before school started. Have a look at the FB page from about January this year.

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    Thank you everyone for your quick replies !!
    Already apprehensive at DD (1 yr) starting daycare and than having to worry about small thing like labels... thankgoodness for bubhub and the lovely people who give advise !
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    The easiest thing for clothes is a Sharpie marking pen.

    For the vinyl labels I have tried a few over the years. Bright Star Kids are good but I have found Identity Direct stay on way longer or at least they used to. I had a container from DD#1 when she was in preschool and the label actually outlasted the container! LOL I tried to get DD#1's name label off to replace it with DD#2 or DD#3's and I couldn't. But Identity Direct cost more.

    I have also bought a label thingy and tape from officeworks. It works ok, not quite as good as the other labels but cheaper.

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    I used Bright Star. I did a fair bit of shopping around on price/quantity. They arrived quickly and a great quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Global style is my favourite and the one i recommend you avoid is 'that's mine'. They were the worst quality ones i've ever purchased.

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    I like That's Mine - my 11 year old DD has labels on some plastic containers that have been there since she was 2 years old, they have been through the dishwasher regularly too!

    I like their iron on labels for clothing as well.

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