I recalled when we had to enrol Dana in infant-care at 4 month old back in 2008, we were asked to label her milk bottles, bibs, clothes, socks and other essentials to avoid any loss or mix-up at the infant care centre. I scouted around for durable and attractive labels but to my dismay, there were none to be found locally. In the end, we had to pay premium to order from Australia. I had to combine and coordinate orders with my girl friends just to qualify for free shipping. Either that or we had to hawk the site for promotions or offers. It was quite a hassle.
Fast forward to today, Dana is no longer in infant-care but the need for labels did not diminish. As an active kindergartener who attends regular school and after-class enrichment activities, we have to label her water bottle, her stationery, her snack box, her uniform and her storybooks which she bring daily on the school bus journey. In fact, I can foresee with Dana entering Primary 1 next year, we will need to take this whole ‘labelling’ task to a whole new level.
Child Label prides itself at designing and printing only high quality vinyl stickers, which are waterproof, freezable, microwavable and scratch resistant. At Child Label, you’ll be spoiled for choice in picking the types of labels that fit your children’s needs. Essentially, there are two categories: Sticker Labels (which can be stuck to most surfaces) or Iron On Labels (purely for fabrics). If you can’t decide, just get the ‘Get Me Started’ Value Pack (S$30) or the ‘Give Me Everything’ Value Pack (S$50) which we did. We would like to highlight that Child Label allows customers to add in Chinese Names at no extra charge. That makes the labels more versatile as we can use them for Chinese books and supplementary materials too. These gorgeous looking Child Labels make excellent birthday or Christmas gifts too, I know I wouldn’t mind receiving a set for myself on my birthday!
|Chinese Name Labels|
|Book Sticker Labels|
Our labels came in the mail within a fortnight of placing the order online. We were blown away by its ‘Tiny Dancer’ design against the glossy pink and purple hues. Dana wasted no time in labelling all her stash of personal belongings. I must say the labels turned out sweeter than on the computer screen. There may be other sticker label alternatives available online (e.g. on Qoo10 or Ebay) but if you are after durability and the classy ‘designer-look’ at affordable prices, get yours from Child Label. You’ll not be disappointed.
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Thanks to the generous sponsorship of Child Label Singapore, two lucky PrincessDanaDiaries readers will receive a ‘Get Me Started’ Value Pack each (comprising of 32 x Small Rectangle Sticker Labels, 14 x Circle Sticker Labels and 40 x Rectangle Iron Ons) to jumpstart the Term 2 school year! Simply follow the following steps to enter:
This giveaway is only open to readers residing in Singapore and ends Sunday, 30 March 2014. Winner will be notified by email. All the best!