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Mabels Labels Ultimate Back To School Combo Review

I’m a huge fan of organization.

Labels and keeping items streamlined is one of my very first tasks when we bring something new into our home. I am thrilled to get Aiden’s Back-to-School Combo pack in our hands. Mabel’s Labels makes the ultimate kit for your kiddos. You get this booklet full of labels {that you customize yourself} and then let your kids go to town labeling all of their personal belongings.  From shoes, backpacks, journals, it’s all personalized.  I chose the skull and cross bones design for Aiden, because at eleven the cute dinosaurs and turtles boat has sailed {wah 🙁 }

The ultimate Back-to-school combo includes:

  • 40 Skinny-Minis™  perfect for school supplies, toys, electronics, etc. dishwasher and microwave safe

  • 50 Tag Mates™ peel and stick to clothing labels. washer and dryer safe

  • 16 Shoe Labels  peel and stick to the insoles of shoes. waterproof and UV resistant

  • 2 Teeny Tags™ tags with a ring  to hang on your bag, camera case, etc. waterproof and UV resistant

Available only until September 28, 2012.  If you hurry their is an  Early Bird special on all Mabels Labels Back-to-School products until July 31.

For my Canadian fans,  WalMart Canada locations are carrying the   “Write Away!” Labels.  I love these self-laminating write-on labels.  They make for quick labeling for all family and friends stuff.  And if your not in Canada you can order them from  Mabels Labels online.


I love the selection of labels.  It makes knowing who’s stuff is who a breeze.  These are must haves for your little preschooler to your teenager.  It’s not fun to misplace things, but when it’s labeled you can rest assured it wont end up in a lost and found.  Now it’s easy to get your child’s items returned back to them.


Head over to Mabels Labels and see how they can get you organized.

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Disclosure: I received product in exchange for a review.  All thoughts expressed are my own and may not reflect those of Mabels Labels or others.

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