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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicmama View Post
    Look on their Facebook pages. Bright Star Kids had a discount code when I ordered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmtt View Post
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    Can you show me your name label if possible, I'm not sure if I should get the standard or label. For kids lunch box, drink bottle etc.

    I'm torn between the sizes for both companies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    Bright star kids are amazing quality. I've still got some on containers from when DD was a daycare as a baby, she turns 8 next month! They still look brand new.

    I switched to hippo blue as they are cheaper but wish I'd stuck with bright star kids. The hippo blue ones are faded and occasionally fall off.
    Can you please show me your name label, I'm torn between the 2 companies with sizing. Bright star have small and large no medium. I don't want to big or to small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Can you please show me your name label, I'm torn between the 2 companies with sizing. Bright star have small and large no medium. I don't want to big or to small.

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    Sorry but I'm not comfortable sharing my children's names on here. But on the website, it should have label dimensions. If you want to compare, try measuring them out on a piece of paper and cutting each one out and then holding them against the water bottle/lunchbox etc to compare sizes

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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    Sorry but I'm not comfortable sharing my children's names on here. But on the website, it should have label dimensions. If you want to compare, try measuring them out on a piece of paper and cutting each one out and then holding them against the water bottle/lunchbox etc to compare sizes
    Oh sorry, I forgot the name factor.
    Sorry.

    Thank you

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    https://www.brightstarkids.com.au/pr...abels-kit.html

    If it's any help, I bought this set. I use the tiny labels for small containers (sandwich box, yoghurt etc), small labels for drink bottles and large labels for lunch bag and backpack.

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