Each year, i am finding it harder and harder to think of good gifts for people and it really starts to stress me out! So i took to Twitter and found some perfect gifts you could give your children/family/friends and partners.
This weeks photo is:
Rosie was nominated Gymnast of the Week 2 weeks ago. She couldn’t make it last week due to being poorly but she is very excited to go this week.
Until next week!
Ever struggle with labelling your children’s stuff?
I was sent an email asking if I could test some labels for http://www.MyNameTag.com & I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to use them for Rosie’s Christmas cards for her class.
As you can see slightly from the above picture I chose a sticker that says ‘Merry Christmas’ with a Santa and snow flake background. The stickers came out with such good quality and the colour really does pop. The writing is easy to read and ver child friendly so makes the choice of putting them in the cards better.
The packaging was great, sent with a protective covering with a little window so you can see your stickers. I feel with the way some postmen handle our mail- the protective sleeve is very good.
When designing your tags, you can design and personalise them as you with (using the tools on the website to help) & you can use up to 3 lines with 15 characters on each.
Obviously you don’t have to use these just for Christmas, I just felt this would be the perfect opportunity to trial them out. These would be great for Christmas presents!
You can get stickers & iron on labels, so perfect for school equipment & clothes.
I must admit the stickers are a little tricky to peel of the page, but a small price to pay for good quality stickers.
You can get 56x name tags for £11.95+£1p&p, I mean that’s a bargain!
Until next time x
*i was sent this product in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts & opinions are my own.*
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