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    what personalised name labels do you use? I had some for dd and I was really happy with them but she was easily able to peel them off after a while so I think I need some a bit more sticky! so what website did you use, how long did they take to arrive, how much did they cost and are u happy with the product??
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    Identikid. They arrive within a week and are very affordable and VERY sticky :-)

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    I've just got my 2nd order in a week from Bright Star Kids. I use them all the time for 3 kids.

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    A lesson I learned too was to order the labels with 'X family' on them as in 'Smith family' or 'Wilson Family' as my first lot were 'Tim Smith' and then my second bub came along and I had to find containers for him that didn't have 'Tim's' name on them LOL.

    Much easier now :-)

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    I really like www.globalstyle.com.au
    I bought stickers from there when my DS started prep (he's in yr 3 now) and they are still stuck on the containers we still have from then.
    I just bought some more as my DS2 starts school this year and they arrived in a week.

    I've used that's mine in past and they were really poor quality. So i recommend avoiding them. Half of them wouldn't even peel off the backing sheet, most fell off containers after not long and even the iron on ones didn't seem to last.

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    I've been using Bright Star Kids for DS and never had a problem.

    For a change I'm using Tinyme for DD. I've never tried them, but my sister has been using them and seems happy with them. Tinyme has cute designs, lots to choose from.

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    I used Bright Star Kids last year and the labels are still going strong. Im ordering more from them for his books and pencils this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by HugsBunny View Post
    A lesson I learned too was to order the labels with 'X family' on them as in 'Smith family' or 'Wilson Family' as my first lot were 'Tim Smith' and then my second bub came along and I had to find containers for him that didn't have 'Tim's' name on them LOL.

    Much easier now :-)
    See I thought of doing this but I know we aren't the only family with our surname at the centre, not sure of a way around it but I might just get DD2 her own containers.

    I also have used bright star kids which are affordable, and stuck on you which are expensive and no better quality.

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    A lesson I learned too was to order the labels with 'X family' on them as in 'Smith family' or 'Wilson Family' as my first lot were 'Tim Smith' and then my second bub came along and I had to find containers for him that didn't have 'Tim's' name on them LOL.
    That doesn't bother me. I give the kids containers with either names on it. They still make their way home.
    Although with some of the sandwich containers, i have stuck DS1's label on one side and DS2's on the other side so they can be used for either.

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    I get them done from an online store called stickers and stuff. Fast cheap and there is soo much cool stuff! Go a little nuts sometimes!!


 

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