Kidecals Review & $200 Gift Card Giveaway – ends 10/17

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Hey everyone! We have a new review and giveaway for our readers!

Mom Powered Media has teamed up with Kidecals, and us here at Everything Mommyhood had a chance to review some of their great products.

It took us forever to figure out what we wanted to review as they have SO much to choose from! Kidecals has a so many decals to personalize anything you need personalizing!

They have everything from decals for your child’s lunch box and school items, to keyboard decals for your Macbook, labels for canning, address labels, shoe labels, wall decals, and SO much more. If you can think it up, Kidecals has it! Their labels at Kidecals are laundry-proof and even dishwasher safe! They are made with a super-strong vinyl and top-coat. While these labels are almost indestructible, they are also very easy to remove when you’re ready for a change, which is great, because I’m always changing up things. What more could you want with labels for your home?

First off when perusing their site I found canning chalkboard labels, which I was ecstatic. Now, I don’t can, BUT I do use canning jars for EVERYTHING. I love making my own dressings, and I also love using them for my craft stuff, as well as storing coconut oil for the bathroom. There are lots of possibilities, but with that comes no where to tell what’s in the jar. Now that’s fine for me, but 90% of the time my husband has no clue what’s in any of them, so now he will know!

I chose Chalkboard Label Stars, Chalkboard Label Cloud II, and Chalkboard Label Thin Plaque to use in my kitchen.


Chalkboard labels are great for organizing your life, and you can find the best shaped chalkboard labels at kidecals! These labels work great with chalkboard and chalk ink.  They are waterproof and will stay on through hand washing and top rack dishwasher cycles. Obviously you don’t have to use these for canning labels, you can use them for anything you can think up, but that’s what I thought would be perfect for these and I just love the look!

As you can see they look great and are very pleasing to the eye. You could use these for dishes you bring to a pot luck, crock pot, kids items, work items, and much more. The possibilities are endless!

Make sure you check out everything that Kidecals has to offer! I know you will find something you will love!

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Now for the Giveaway!
One lucky reader will win a $200 Gift Card to Kidecals (must be used at once)!
Open Worldwide, excludes Quebec and void where prohibited.
If located outside of the US, you have a $9 flat rate shipping fee you would be responsible for.
Must be 18+.
Only one entrant per household, per address.
Winner is subject to eligibility verification.
Winner will be contacted via email and have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.
Giveaway ends October 17th, 2014 at 11:59pm EST.

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  1. These chalkboard labels are such a great idea, this is the first time I have heard or seen these. I would love to have a set of these, thank you for sharing this post.

  2. the chalkboard label is fun and great…..easy to chance the name and more stylist…. 🙂 awesome.

  3. Maria Iemma says:

    I love the chalkboard label this way you can change the contents. I had not known about this and I appreciate your sharing.

  4. I like the chalkboard labels – with five kids, there is always a name to wipe away and relabel. These are so practical.

  5. laurie damrose says:

    I want these for my Canning jars.

  6. I think these are wonderful for storing anything…it does not have to be food

  7. That’s a good idea. I guess the chalk ink is semi-permanent? Do the decals hold up through a washing if they’re on dishes? Those would be fun for kids to use.

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