During the school year, there are tons of places/ways to use labels that are obviously helpful, such as lunch boxes, backpacks, jackets/coats, etc. During the summer, however, there are just as many ways to use labels too! Labels with an address can be used for things like luggage! No one wants their luggage to get lost, but if it does, providing a contact address so it can be sent back to you is important.
The Camp Pack provides labels of many different sizes to help ensure all items that go out, come back home too.
The camp label package offered at Label Daddy is fantastic for putting name stickers on everything you're sending away with your kids when they're leaving home for a short time (such as to camp!). The size assortment included in this package helps ensure there will be a label for everything! That way what goes out of the house, also comes back to the house too.
Zipper Pulls are a convenient way to keep track of items!
Zipper pulls are a great way to keep track of jackets, kid bags, etc. I like these because they're easily removable/transferable from one item to another.
The labels can be personalized to your preference.
You can personalize labels to look the way you like. In the above photo, I put my blog address on a label, just to show you can get creative and put whatever you want to on your labels. I used Rapunzel from Tangled here, because I love that movie!!
Labels are perfect for sports equipment
Labels are also perfect for sports equipment, where everyone has something similar to someone else.
I put 'winter' to be funny, but for someone with real allergies this label could be a life saver! The bright red sticker makes it easy to see.
Allergy labels could prove very important when you're sending your child out to a public setting where you won't be present. I've heard horror stories about peanut allergies, and if my child had one I think I would be in love with these labels. I'd probably have him/her wear one on his/her shirt. It's non-intrusive but something people are going to notice. Better safe than sorry, especially in that kind of situation.
There are tons of other ways to use Label Daddy labels this summer. The shoe stickers they make could be handy! Labels on water bottles would be a good idea. The photo labels would be great for children who can't read yet. There really is no shortage in the way these could be used.
Check out the Label Daddy website to see the many styles/types of labels available. You can also follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter. - See more at: http://www.mail4rosey.com/2014/07/label-daddy-to-rescue.html#sthash.kwJLGUPK.dpuf