We’ve tried sew-in labels, iron-in labels, stick-on labels and writing on the actual uniform label in Sharpie pen.
It’s one of the most dreaded jobs for parents the world over – labelling the school uniform.
It’s relentless. Once you’ve tackled the uniform, there’s the PE kit, the lunchboxes, the water bottles, the bags, the pencil cases, the contents of the pencil cases, the apron, the dictionary, the earphones (Dan has to take earphones in for ICT lessons!)
The point is, it’s a Big Job.
This year I was asked to review Tinyme personalised labels. A gorgeous website, lots of lovely designs and fonts (you try pleasing a 10 year boy when it comes to school labels!) Really easy to personalise and view what your end design will look like. They are apparently microwave, freezer and dishwasher proof and have a thin vinyl coating to ensure they’re robust.
I opted for the Basic Variety pack and am absolutely delighted with the finished stickers.
Now I just need someone to stick them all on for me . . . !