IT’S that time of the year again when mothers and fathers are going dizzy buying uniforms, shoes and books for their children.
And as if the large hole in your pocket is not worrying enough, you have all this brand new stuff waiting to be labelled as soon as you get home. It’s still tolerable if your child’s name is Ali Hassan, but what if you had named your child Rabiatul Adawiyah Hussin or Joginderpal Singh?
Fret not, an Australian company – stuckonyou – has come up with a colourful and practical method of labelling your child’s possessions.
With the tagline: Helping families EVERYWHERE put an END to LOST PROPERTY, its aim is to provide personalised sticker labels for items such as shoes and clothes. These labels come in various colours, designs and functionality, so there is something for everyone.
Its iron/sew on labels are washing-machine and dryer safe while its vinyl labels for shoes and plasticware are waterproof, microwave and dishwasher safe, and UV resistant.
A set of 50 iron/sew or vinyl labels is priced at RM55.
There are also bag tags at RM10 each to help your kid identify his from the hundreds of other similar looking bags in school.
If you would like a mixture of stickers, there is the split pack containing 25 big or small vinyl labels and 25 iron/sew on labels at RM87 per set.
Stuckonyou’s range of products does not end there as there are gift tags for birthdays and Christmas, and personalised notebooks to choose from.
You may be right if you think these stickers are the homemaker’s third favourite invention after the washing machine and sliced bread.
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