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My NameTags – Review & Competition

  • July 25, 2016

Update: the competition is now closed but there’s still a valid discount code for all orders below.

One of the dreaded school holiday jobs has got to be sewing name labels into the new school uniform!

For the last 2 years (nursery and Early Years) I’ve bought stick on labels from My NameTags and I can’t recommend them highly enough – and not just because I’m terrible at sewing.


My Nametags provides both iron-on and sticker name labels. These nametags are “guaranteed to stay on” and I can vouch that they do, Little H’s uniform has been washed several times a week since September and the labels are still on every item of clothing. We also have them stuck on shoes, drinks bottles, lunch bags, book bags, you name it.

You can choose between colour or black & white nametags, and you can design your own to suit your child. There are loads of colours, fonts, icons and backgrounds to choose from so you can pick something that your child will love. The site is easy to use, and there are lots of great designs to choose from.

Here’s some samples that My Nametags kindly made for us to show you.

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Little H had great fun sticking them on all sorts of items, walking around saying “this is mine”, “and this is mine”!

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The colour stick on labels cost £11.95 plus p&p for 56 labels – we had more than enough to last us for the whole school year.

If you fancy winning some labels head over to my Instagram page now! Simply re-post, follow me and @mynametags and we’ll pick someone to win a set of labels.

You can also order your nametags for uniforms now at My Nametags and use the code SHIPFREE16 at the checkout for free delivery.

I’ve already ordered mine for September!

Sarah

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13 Comments

  • TheLondonMum

    What a great idea, I remember my mum hand stitching the labels when we were little… I’ll remember these for when my son starts school!

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  • Rebecca | AAUBlog

    these are great for school labels – I’ll have to get on all of that labelling this summer

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  • Zoe Forde

    Great idea to ensure nothing gets lost or mixed up! x

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  • joannavictoria

    What a great idea these will come in so handy in the future when my son Blake goes to preschool

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  • Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy

    A great idea! Much nicer than the crap labels that I had in my clothes as a kid.

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  • dearbearandbeany

    We have these, they are fab! Really do stick and stay x

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  • Burnished Chaos (@BurnishedChaos)

    These look great, the last lot of iron-on labels I used came off within the first week! Love the fact that they’re not just boring white too, I will definitely be giving these a try.

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  • Helena

    This is definitely something that will come in handy for many people. Thanks for sharing on #MarvMondays

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  • Lilinha Espindula

    You just reminded me that we need to get some name labels for little man’s new school uniform. He’s starting at junior school in September! 🙂
    http://lilinhaangel.com/

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  • Kaye

    Love these, such a fab idea as I’m definitely not the sewing type and I know soon we’ll be sticking A’s name on everything! Thanks for linking up to #MarvMondays. Kaye xo

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  • Mummy in a TuTu (@mummyinatutu)

    These look great and I love the fact that they work on different types of materials. Awesome – may need some for nursey xx
    #marvmondays

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  • Jodie

    I must remember these come September!!

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  • Kerry Norris

    These look great. I’ll have to get some to prepare Eva for when she goes to nursery school in September x

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