Showing posts with label school labels. Show all posts
Showing posts with label school labels. Show all posts
Monday, January 6, 2014

Bright Star Kids Labels review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

My kids have a lot of stuff for school. I am sure that we are not  alone in that. From back packs, lunch boxes, coats, gloves, hats.. etc. The list can go on for ages! But who really wants to mark up all that cuteness with a marker? Not this mama. I rather use these adorable little name stickers from Bright Star Kids
These durable stickers will stick to just about anything. They are customisable to name, color and even cute little icons. So many variations that any mom  and kid will be happy.

It is important to label things that may end up being lost. You can trust that Bright Star labels will hold up through the wash too!

Their Stick-On Labels are dishwasher safe and their Iron-On Clothing Labels are washing machine and tumble drier safe, so they can be guaranteed to last for years.  They come in different colors, icons, and shapes.

You can also use them to easily organize your home with their clever range of For Your Home Labels and Wall Art.  They offer a bright range of designs to label your kitchen and pantry as well as anything else in your home.

About:
Based in Australia, Bright Star Kids sells a variety of fun items, including kids clothing, wall art, name labels, lunch bags, kids storage, and drink bottles. They even have gifts appropriate for parents. Many of their products can be personalized. Bright Star Kids also has a loyalty points program. Get and redeem points for buying cute clothing and more, reviewing items, and referring your friends! Many of their name labels currently ship FREE internationally, including to the US.
There is a wide variety of products available for your home, and children on Bright Star Kids website. You can also connect on Facebook for further information and promotions.


 I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.