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For us, June is the time for summer camp. Packing up the boys for their week away also means having to label those belongings we want to ensure will make the trip back home.
Oliver’s Labels provides you with the ability to quickly mark the kids items (clothing and otherwise) with a name and Found It code for people to reach you without giving away your contact information directly. Instead, the person finding the item can go to a webpage and enter the code to have you contacted via email.
As my boys are all about things military, we selected the camo print for our labels. All of the older boys liked the selection and no one made a face over having a label placed on a special item.
To the right is an example of what the clothing labels look like. They are small and meant to be placed on the clothing tags. Other sized tags we received in our packet included the original labels and mini labels. The labels are meant to withstand runs through the wash or dishwasher without peeling or fading.
You can purchase the different label sizes a la carte or select a package based on why you need them. I’m already eyeing up the full camp package for the boys.
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