When my sister and I were younger my mom used to sew labels into our clothes, and coats for school. Honestly, it wasn't until I was older that I realized that she was doing this and our clothes didn't come this way. But her reasoning for doing this was to be able to label our things so they didn't get confused with the other children.
A while back I ordered Emma some stickers for her personal belongings so I could keep up with them when we are out at different places. Her stickers say "Little Miss Emma" and they have a silhouette of a girl on them. One of the main reasons also I made personal stickers is because at the time we were in and out of the doctors and hospitals and often we brought her things in and didn't want to get confused with the things that the ChildLife Program brought into her room.
Recently I was asked to review Label Daddy...I was sent a GiftCard to purchase a set of stickers.
Since Emma had stickers already, I decided to order DJ some Label Daddy stickers for his belongings...
There were so many options to pick from...But I picked "Cleveland Indians" theme. I loved the "C" for Cleveland theme. If you are from Cleveland you see the "C" EVERYWHERE but we LOVE IT...so once I saw that and showed it to my husband we couldn't pass it on it.
Once you pick your theme, then you enter the information for the stickers to be personalized. After you enter the info you have a chance to see a preview of what your labels will look like and if you want to change them or not. Also, you get to pick the package that you would like. Some packages are larger or smaller...it all depends on what you want. I ordered the Circle Luggage Bag Labels...they say luggage bag labels but they can be used for anything; the package came with 11 labels (3 Contact Labels, 4 Large Labels and 4 Medium Labels).
But I advise you to get some for yourself or for your children to label your belongings...I know for a fact I will be ordering more for my children; especially Emma because in her class this year she is 1 of 3 little girls named Emma!!!
How do you personalize your own items or your children's items?