My son loses his clothes often when he goes to summer camp. I've tried several ways to write in his clothes and personal belongings with a permanent marker, a Sharpie, and even a clothes marker. To my chagrin, these methods never seem to work. When clothes are stretched, so is the name written permanently in the clothes. Many times the permanent ink bled through the material. Even though the name wasn't legible inside the fabric, it was on the outside where everyone could see it. ACK! I was just about to give up. Then I heard about Label Daddy!
I was asked to review Label Daddy's products. They provided me with samples to review. For those of you who don't know, I support an orphanage called Village of Hope. Click here for more information on the orphanage. Since Johnathon is not going to summer camp this year, I picked items for Village of Hope.
I ordered jacket tags and shirt tag labels. The ordering process was very easy. I just clicked on what I wanted. The site let me pick the character (for the kids tags and labels), and the font. I also got to pick what color I wanted the jacket tags to be. I picked pink for girls, put a crowned princess on one side, and "I'm a VOH Kid" on the other.
On the shirt labels, I picked a Disney character playing basketball as basketball is a favorite pastime at Village of Hope. The tags also say, "I am a VOH Kid."
I love that the zipper tags and shirt labels say, "I'm a VOH Kid." This reminds the Kids of their identity as an important family member at Village of Hope. It also keeps their clothes, shirts, and shoes safe when they are at school.
There are a few caveats when it comes to Label Daddy merchandise. If you have clothing that is labeled 'stain free' the stickers will not work. That is because nothing is suppose to stick to stain free clothes including stickers! It is recommended to put stickers on the tags of clothes that are stain free. Also, remind kids NOT to pull the zipper tag itself as this could cause the zipper tag to break. If a zipper needs to be pulled up, use the zipper. Read more at http://www.heartofaphilanthropist.com/#5y9rpsfFseCw0VrG.99