Lovable Labels Review And Giveaway

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I received some Think Pink! Labels from Lovable Labels to review. I chose those because they have the pink ribbon in support of breast cancer research and because for every set sold .50 cents will be donated to benefit the Research and Cure for breast cancer through the Breast Cancer Society of Canada. That is really great since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

You get a set of 40 labels. They do have pretty pink script. I had them printed with the name of my niece.  They came in a folder with lots of information too. I tried taking pictures but only one of them turned out not to be blurry. lovable labels

As you can see the labels are fairly small. So you could put them on just about anything without them taking a lot of space. They are flexible too…they feel sort of like the flexible band aids you can get to put on knees and elbows. Which means they can stand up to a bit of bending and twisting too.

That is not all that surprising since they were developed by a mom! She made sure they could stand up to anything kids put them through. They are also washer/dryer safe, dishwasher safe, microwave safe, bleach safe, and temperature safe!

Labeling all the things you child has to carry around will help minimize losses. At least then if found it is known who it belongs to. And if there are several of the exact same type of item…having labels can help minimize arguing over which belongs to who.

Lovable labels also has  regular sticker labels and specialized labels with “perma-grip” to go on shoes.  They also have the allergy alert stickers and medical wristbands for children with medical problems.

These labels are really nice and I recommend them to moms, aunts, grandmas, or even baby sitters and teachers who have to keep up with children “stuff”. Or even the “stuff” of an adult who has a bad habit of laying things down and forgetting them.

Loveable Labels is generously offering one of my lucky readers a pack of “Think Pink! Labels‘. This giveaway is for U.S./Canada only and will end at midnight October 14. You may enter using the rafflecopter form below. If the form isn’t showing, please refresh the page.


The labels were provided to me free for this review. I received no other compensation. My opinion is as always my own.

19 comments

  1. I love the Think Pink set! My grandmother is a breast cancer survivor and I support breast cancer research and other charities as much as I can.

  2. the Press ‘n Stick Clothing Dots – what a great way to add a name to your kids clothes without permanently marking the clothes — great for those of us who resell on ebay or with consignment shops!

  3. I love all the Fun Stickies. What a sticker junkie I am, and they are adorable. I love them all.

  4. The size being small really does add to the convenience. And the sticker being durable is impressive. The Slimline Sticker Labels would be perfect for my kids’ school supplies.
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