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Name Labels Review By Frugal Plus

November 28th, 2009



My Review

I’m sure that you’ve seen other reviews Jill and myself have posted on labels of this sort and you are probably thinking, “How are these any different than the other companies you’ve reviewed?”  Well, let me just start by saying that not all companies use the same printing techniques, label material, and give you the same customization.  With I.D. Me Name Labels you have a lot more images to chose from, much better fonts, more colors, and you can use photos of your kids on the labels!

These labels are not your ordinary store bought kids labels, these labels are thick and very durable!  They are UVA resistant, microwave and dishwasher safe and they stick!  How many stickers do you know of that will stick to a soccer ball or tennis racket even after using them in a game/match?  Moms & Dads of small kids, how much laundry do you do with your kids?  Put these labels to the test and you will be very happy with the results.

With these Name Labels you can identify all of your children’s items weather they are going to Preschool, Kindergarten or going to their sporting event.  You can get labels for the following:

  • Daycare labels
  • School labels
  • Clothing labels – I.D. Me Stick-On Clothing Labels are convenient and simple to use. Just peel and stick to clothing tags and you’re done. It’s that simple. ID ME Clothing tags are washer and dryer-safe.
  • Child safety products (allergies) – I.D. ME ALLERGY LABELS are a fun and great way to communicate your child’s food sensitivity. Allergy labels are ideal on lunch containers/boxes. All Allergy labels are UVA-Resistant, microwave- and dishwasher-safe. Protect your child and ensure peace of mind with ID ME ALLERGY LABELS.
  • Custom photo labels – Photo ID Me is the most effective way for your child (and others) to identify their personal belongings. A picture says it all.
  • Combo packs
  • Household labels (recycling bins, garbage, etc)

With I.D. Me Name Labels you  can range from single line labels to labels that are several inches wide/high that include the child’s name, address, & phone number along with their picture.  They also have several fonts to choose from, colors, and images.


By: Shawn Ann, Frugal Plus

Giant School Labels Combo Pack Holiday Giveaway

November 25th, 2009

Want to win ID Me Name Labels Giant School Combo Pack Giveaway!

1) Tell us what are you most thankful for this year.

2) Become a fan of ID Me Labels on Facebook (3) extra entries

3) Twitter about this giveaway (3) extra entries

4) Blog about this giveaway on your blog-page and link it back to www.idmelabels.com (10) extra entries

Make sure to leave your email so that we can contact you if you win.

Contest is open to U.S. and Canada residents only. Must be 18 yrs or older. Begins November 25 11:59 pm and ends December 18th, 2009 11:59 pm. GOOD LUCK!

The winner of ID Me Giant School Labels Pack Giveaway is Christy ([email protected]). Thank you to all who participated. Our next giveaway will be in January 2010 so be sure to check back on our blog to enter. Happy Holidays!!!

ID Me Name Labels Review By HHM

November 25th, 2009

HHM-ID Me Name Labels

Perfect for playgroup, daycare, gym, childcare, preschool/kindergarten, and family affairs, ID Me’s Giant Daycare Labels Pack is the perfect way to keep tabs on your child’s belongings. They are even great for large families to keep all the toys/cups/utensils in order. Especially at times when you want to avoid communal germ cups, these labels are the perfect alternative to plastic cups and Sharpies. From binkies and sippy cups to lunch boxes and  toys, you can personalize these items with one of these handy labels adorned with unique colors and designs. The best part? ID Me Name Labels are UVA-Resistant, and Dishwasher/Microwave safe. So once you place one of these bad boys on a sippy cup you don’t have to worry about washing it. I personally tested mine out by throwing my daughter’s cup in the dishwasher and it came out as good as new.


ID Me Name Labels Review by Kristen

November 25th, 2009

Gobs of Giveaways-ID Me Name Labels

By: Kristen of GOG

Thanks to ID Me Name Labels, my nephew can now go to daycare and come back home with everything he took!

My sister-in-law was delighted to get the Daycare Labels  and  has been going crazy labeling everything that N takes to daycare; his cup, blanket, backpack, shoes and now coat, mittens and hat.

One day she calls me on her way home from work and just wanted to let me know what a wonderful product these labels are. She said that she has washed them in the dishwasher, the washing machine and even used the cups in the microwave and they still look as good as new.

What she is most excited about is that she gets N’s stuff back from daycare everyday and doesn’t come home with someone else’s blanket that looked exactly like N’s!

Here’s a look at what comes in the Daycare Labels Pack:

  • 25 Streamline Labels
  • 25 Binky/Bib Button Labels
  • 25 All-Purpose Icon Labels
  • 25 Stick-On Clothing Labels
  • 8 Sole Mate Shoe Labels
  • 1 Bag Tag

ThanksID Me Name Labels for making my sister-in-laws life a little easier! These labels are the perfect way to make sure your stuff is returned to you.

By: Kristen

Lunch Box Products- Kids Waterproof Labels

November 25th, 2009

02 Nov, 2009

Kids Losing Stuff? Try These Waterproof Custom Labels

Posted by: Meg In: Lunchbox Products

How many items have been lost by your kids this school year?  As a parent, lost items can be both frustrating and expensive!  I was elated to find my daughter’s new jacket in the school’s Lost & Found this morning… in the past I haven’t been quite so lucky!  I immediately came home to write her name and phone number inside one of the coat pockets, wondering how well this will hold up through the wash.  I was reminded of a custom label company with great kids labels: ID ME Labels.  They have an array of self adhesive labels made for school gear (notebooks, lunch boxes, backpacks, water bottle labels, etc) as well as a line of fabric labels that would help keep your jackets, tote bags, and nicer clothes from disappearing.

ID ME Labels personalized labels for school gear are dishwasher, microwave safe and UVA resistant. Their clothing labels are washer- and dryer-safe. Although I haven’t used these first-hand, it seems like a set of these waterproof labels could be a great investment for those of us with loss-prone kids.  They would also be great for me to stick custom name labels on things like my Nano and camera, so that when those items inevitably get lost there is at least a potential of getting them back!

Most of the custom name labels pictured on ID ME Labels display the child’s first & last name–cute and effective for school supplies. There are also many color, font, label size, and icon choices to choose from so you can choose customized labels that really fit your child’s personality.  For camera/electronics and clothes labels, I would be more likely to put my cell phone number including area code, so that when items get lost around or out of town, I will hopefully get a phone call from a good Samaritan!

Another set of labels available from ID ME Labels are food allergy labels. These would be great to stick on lunch box gear, sandwich containers, lunch totes, thermoses, snack containers, etc. as helpful reminders to daycare and schools alerting them that your child has a particular food allergy.

Prices for ID ME Labels vary. Their basic all purpose school gear labels are $19.95 for a set of 25 personalized name labels. Clothing labels are $23.95 for a set of 60. ID ME Labels also offers an extensive School/Camp Combo Pack of custom labels that includes an assortment of clothing labels, shoe labels, and all purpose name labels for $59.95.

There are several great choices in labels at ID ME Labels! If I had my pick I would do purple labels with the ice cream cone icon–very cute!

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Where is ID Me Labels Now?

November 24th, 2009

The ID Me Logo was found in the hot and dry Sahara Desert.

Disneyland Here We Come!

November 24th, 2009

After weeks of my husband desperately trying to drop hints on taking a family trip to Disneyland, I finally embraced the idea. It wasn’t that I didn’t want to go, I just knew all the stress and work that can come along when taking two young crying toddlers on a plane, packing all the kids clothes, and everything else in-between. I remember last year about this time, we took the kids down to florida to visit their cousins and the 2 and a half hour trip from New Jersey felt like 10 hours because my older daughter was fussy and crying the entire time, not to mention annoyed passengers staring at us as if we were hopeless parents didn’t help either.

This time around I made sure I was going to be better prepared by loading up on my kids favorite dvds, coloring books, and tons of snacks. Let me tell you that M and M’s can go a long way with a two year old for about 10 minutes. Then you better start coming up with new ideas before they start screaming and getting everyone else around them upset! So I bought enough junk food, aka bribery to last the trip down to florida. I’m sure the passengers next to us at least appreciated my thinking.

The following morning we started out at Disneyland stopping at the kids show in front of Magic Kingdom. I definitely can see how Disney has been so successful when you look around and see all the excited little faces smiling at you, including my two little ones. After the show, my oldest daughter Sophie who was reluctant and sad to go asked me “Where did everyone on the stage go mommy?” I had to tell her that they  had to go night-night so she wouldn’t get too upset. Probably not the best response but it was the only one I could think of at that time. Hey it worked!

I’m so grateful that we took our family vacation. Even though it was a lot of work planning, my kids still talk about the vacation everyday. It’s really about the memories. That to me is Priceless!!!!

Here are some pictures of our vacation from Florida. (Make sure to tag all your precious belongings before you leave in any event they get lost or misplaced)! Order your name labels today)!

By: Anne Pham

The Girls in front of magic kingdom: Day one of our trip

Shamu was great. The girls could be a snack for him. Day two of our trip.

The girls had a blast swimming with cousins Alex and Brooke at the hotel: Day 3

One of our favorite stops was Aquatica. A must!! Day 4

Kids and Volunteer Work-Way to go Andrew and Kaitlyn!

November 22nd, 2009

As parents we always want to teach our kids that helping out others is very important, especially if those people aren’t as fortunate. This past summer at my sister’s annual yard sale, the Chen family decided to set up a lemonade stand to sell lemonade, popcicles, and cookies in which all proceeds were to be donated to their local senior center. Dr. Chen, my brother-in-law volunteers at the local senior center once a month and thought it would a great idea if his kids learned the value of volunteering so he decided what better way then to let his kids help pour lemonade, hand out cookies and popcicle to those attending the yard sale. At the end of the day the kids had made $80 and were excited to see their hard work pay off. GREAT JOB guys!

Here is a clip of the story that ran in their local newspaper. Way to go Andrew and Kaityln!!!!!!!!!!!!!

By: Anne Pham
lemonade stand

Flourishing with Food Allergies-The Book

November 22nd, 2009

book award

This book is useful for parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends, teachers, caretakers, doctors, chefs and anyone in a service industry who comes into contact with children such as those in schools, restaurants, resorts and travel.

There are probably children who you see everyday who suffer from food allergies, but you wouldn’t know it. It is not something that is spoken of out of the blue, unless there is a reason to do so. This book will enhance your understanding of how it feels to have a child with a food allergy as well as the practical aspects of eating at friends’ and relatives’ houses, restaurants and schools. The guidance provided can help you to become a better parent, relative, friend, teacher or service provider.

We brought two children into the world during the past five years. I never imagined or knew of the love that I would feel for our sons. I never expected that our sons would have food allergies and that I would feel alone and a bit lost at times. While I have found various aspects of parenthood to be challenging, dealing with our sons’ food allergies is perhaps one of the most challenging. It causes me to question myself, others and really think about risks. Despite the worries, I feel overwhelmingly blessed to have two adorable sons and a great partner for a husband.

If you know and care about a child who has a food allergy, then you can learn how to help that child and family by obtaining a better understanding of what it is like to care for and love a child with food allergies. I detail the journey my husband and I took on with our two sons. I also include many interviews with other parents of children with food allergies which may help you identify similar symptoms and situations. These interviews share the shock parents had while learning that their child has an allergy as well as successes in how they handle their situations. Each family handles their child’s food allergies differently and with varying caution, confidence and optimism. Some are very careful while others take more risks and are willing to deal with an allergic reaction. Additionally, I extensively researched food allergies on interesting topics related to the “Big Eight” of dairy, egg, peanut, tree nut, soy, wheat, fish and shellfish.

If your child or children have food allergies, then this book can provide you with a sense of friendship in a world undergoing a food allergy crisis or even an epidemic. Knowing that you are not alone is often a great comfort. I hope that by sharing my family’s experiences and other parents’ experiences that yours can be improved. This book provides social, emotional and practical guidance to everyday situations and feelings.


Simple Steps To Help You ORGANIZE With Kids!

November 15th, 2009

Kids BackSeat Car Organzier

Every mom knows that traveling with kids can be fun, crazy, and definitely messy at times. Thats why I decided to make life a little easier by organizing my mini-van with a car organizer.

Four years ago B.C. (before children) I never had to worry about chocolate milk-stained carpet, finding socks beneath baby seats, siblings screaming at one another, or the discovery of ‘ancient’ French fries on the floor. At the time I was climbing the career ladder as a senior sales rep for a major pharmaceutical company. Ahhhhh, those were the days when I could drive peacefully in my car and listen to uninterrupted radio or have a conversation with another adult sans screaming babies in the backdrop. And, my car was very clean and organized. Fast forward to 2009; I’m now a stay-at-home mom running my own business with two toddlers under four. Needless to say, traveling with them can be a challenge, and my beloved radio has been eclipsed by blaring Arthur, Elmo, and Thomas DVDs, and uninterrupted adult conversation is now a vague memory.

My plan of attack was finding an organizer that would store my childrens’ gear: wipes, diapers, DVDs, tissues, toys, snacks, drinks, and more. I found an organizer called, what else, a “kid’s back-seat organizer.” I made a bee-line home after purchasing it, purged my car, and placed all the kids’ odds-and-ends it. It worked out beautifully and I highly recommend buying an organizer for your car, especially if you have kids. Not only does it make life much easier because everything is in one place, but it also helps teach and encourage my children to find things for themselves.

Do you have any tips to help other moms organize their car?  I would love to hear from you. Please feel free to comment.

By: Anne Pham

Daycare Labels School / Camp Clothing Lables Child Safety Custom Photo Combo Pack Household Lables