Review: Stuck On You Name Labels #BackToSchool

I received the below mentioned product in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are those of our own.

Before school started, StuckOnYou contacted us about doing a review of their Awesome Camp Pack of stickers! Since my daughter was starting Kindergarten, I knew this would be perfect to personalize everything with her name in a cute and neat way. While I would LOVE to show you pictures of all of them, some of them have our address on them, so I will just be showing the ones with my daughter’s name instead.

We received the Awesome Camp Pack for my 5 year old. She chose the color scheme of “Funky” which I thought was a good choice and very colorful. They are made wonderful and are made to stand out, which I love.

stuckonyou(Not pictured: Address Labels and Button Bag Tag)

The Awesome Camp Pack contains a little bit of everything:
54 Iron on Clothing Labels (6 large – 2.36″x0.59″, 15 medium – 2.16″x0.39″, 21 small – 1.49″x0.31″ and 12 dots – 1″ diameter)
26 Name Labels (15 medium – 2.16″x0.39″ and 11 small – 1.49″x0.31″)
4 Shoe Dots (1″ diameter)
20 Sock Labels (1.96″ x 0.27″)
13 Address Labels (1.96″ x 0.78″)
1 Classic Button Bag Tag

The best thing about all of these are they are dishwasher safe, dryer safe, easy application, eco inks, machine washable, microwave safe, and scratch resistant. You can put them on anything and everything, and they will pretty much last throughout all the wear and tear our kids go through, along with their belongings! You can label folders, notebooks, back packs, blankets, nap mats, stuffed animals, shoes, jackets, boots, ANYTHING you can think of. Put a tag on it! If there’s something more you’re looking for that isn’t available in the Camp Pack, there are plenty of other labels to choose from.

Here you can see them on some of my daughter’s school stuff:


I have a tip though, if you have more than ONE kid, just order your labels with your last name only! You could say like “Bean Family.” That way you can use them for both kids. I wish I would have done this especially with a Kindergartner and a Preschooler, and even myself!

All in all, I’m very very pleased with these! I have no complaints at all, and they have held up perfectly and we have been back in school for 3 weeks already. I actually had my daughter’s teacher ask where we got them from because she liked them a lot too! Check out all of their products they have available because they have so much more than what I posted about above!

Buy it: You can purchase the Awesome Camp Pack I mentioned above for $39.95 at StuckOnYou, and choose your color scheme as well as your font.

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Make sure to check out StuckOnYou for all of your labeling needs! I promise you will find just what you’re looking for!

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  1. Good suggestion to just use last name for many of the things. Some need to have the kid’s name because kids like that.

    slehan at juno dot com

  2. Sarah Oswald says:

    These seem like a great item but I was always told that a childs first name should never be on any where a stranger could see it and use the name to act like they know them and to lure them away. I was told inside any item is fine and I have made sure I follow this.

  3. Michelle Salais says:

    These are so much better than writing with marker on the inside of their backpacks and lunch pails.

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