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Labels You’ll Love: Inchbug {Giveaway} – Frugal Novice

Labels You’ll Love: Inchbug {Giveaway}


When we had J, I quickly realized how much more stuff we needed for day-to-day. Diapers, wipes, pacifiers, burp cloths, bottles and more were all a part of the arsenal of supplies in my diaper bag. Keeping up with everything is a whole other ballgame. I learned how important the art of labeling things was, because there are a lot of other moms out there with their own kids’ plethora of items, and it’s easy to get things mixed up.

We ordered Orbit Labels from Inchbug because I’d heard from other moms how great they were. Taking a look at their site, it was easy to see why so many parents like the Orbit Labels:

  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Microwaveable
  • Can be boiled/sterilized
  • Constructed with FDA compliant non-toxic material
  • Fits snug around containers – young children can’t remove
  • Help small hands with a non-slick grip
  • Easy to transfer to different cups,bottles,etc.

We loved these so much for J that it was a no-brainer to get some for C when he was born. And now that they’re older it makes it an easy way to distinguish whose cup is whose – J’s labels are blue, and C’s are green. (The pink ones pictured above are the ones we got for the new baby!) When I started taking photos of the Orbit labels we just got for the new baby, J asked me if I’d take a picture of him with his too – see, they work great on cups too!

Inchbug makes a ton of other great products, too – we just got the chance to try out their Shoe Pal labels and their TagPal clothing labels as well.

The Shoe Pal labels are simple but ingenious – you place them in each of your child’s shoes, and it helps make it easier for them to know which foot goes in which shoe (along with labeling the shoes as belonging to your child, an added benefit). These really do work! I wondered how much of a difference they would make but J quickly caught on to match his foot to the one on the sticker. I Photoshopped our name out of the photo, but here’s what they look like in J’s shoes – and here’s a screen shot to give you an idea of one of the font options (there are quite a few, along with a variety of colors):


Above, you can see the designs we picked for our TagPals – the boys love outerspace, so this was perfect! The TagPal clothing labels are an easy-to-use peel and stick option for labeling clothing with a care tag.  Each label is personalized with your name and a colorful icon and is safe to put through the washing machine and dryer. TagPals are not intended for use on clothing without a care tag.

J helped me put a TagPal on a pair of his shorts – it’s a really easy process and he thought it made his shorts “cooler” to have an outerspace sticker in them.

These are great for extra clothes you send with your child to day care, camp, or any other place you’d worry about things getting misplaced or mixed up. Of course, most children’s shirts don’t include tags at the neck anymore, but there are typically care tags down at the bottom that you can use TagPals on. J has been pointing out all of his shirts that do have a tag at the neck, so we can add stickers to them too. :)

One lucky reader will win their own set of personalized Orbit Labels from Inchbug! Entries will be accepted until the end of the day (midnight Central) Wednesday, June 27. By entering this giveaway you agree to the Official Rules.

Mandatory Entry: “Like” Inchbug on Facebook and comment here letting me know you’ve done so.

(Only valid after the required entry has been completed)

Please leave a comment for each extra entry – if you blog about this giveaway and get 2 entries, for example, comment 2 times.

Note: I received Inchbug products for review, and the Orbit Labels for the prize fulfillment are being provided as well. I was not compensated monetarily for this post. All opinions are honest and are my own.

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