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    Where did you get labels from?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Where did you get labels from?!
    Bought from here in the past- http://www.brightstarkids.com.au/nam...FVWWvQodToQAKQ

    I bought a label maker in kmart ($39) for this year- you can buy different "filling" for them, for clothes/bottles/etc.

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    I got a label value pack from http://www.tinyme.com.au/name-labels. I label everything.

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    I think for clothes/hats I'm going to make my own so I can remove them I'll use silk ribbon but unsure for drink bottle as I don't want me permanent marker things....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    Bought from here in the past- http://www.brightstarkids.com.au/nam...FVWWvQodToQAKQ

    I bought a label maker in kmart ($39) for this year- you can buy different "filling" for them, for clothes/bottles/etc.
    Im a big fan of bright star lables - weve been using them for years and they hold up well through the washing machine and dish washer.
    Dont send anything you care about - I kept cheap worn out clothes for daycare.

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