How many times have your purchased a new jacket/sweatshirt, mittens, a hat or a lunchbox for a child and had it turn up missing almost right away? If you head on in to your child's school and peruse the Lost & Found items, you'll see that it's really not that uncommon. In fact, I've never been to an elementary school that didn't have tons and oodles of items unclaimed. To me, that's like throwing money away! Stop tossing cash in the trash by labeling your child's items!
Label Daddy offers a large variety of ways to get those items leaving the house labeled. There are zipper labels. I do need to note, these are not meant to be zipper pulls, they are labels. All in the same, they are a very cool way to label items that have zippers. This is especially true when the item with a zipper would be difficult to put a peel and stick label on, such as a gym or book bag. These come in so many different styles for girls and boys, including favorite professional sports teams, Marvel, Disney (oh how I wanted to make Olaf zipper labels for me, but I was a good mommy and made the ones my youngest wanted for himself), and more. ;)
Label Daddy is not just for kids. They also offer labels for adults to use as well. Label that garbage can, the recycle bin or even make return address labels. AND you can make allergy stickers too, which can be oh so important if you're sending your child out and about where there is going to be food served.
The site also has numerous fund raising options. If you're looking for an easy way to start a fundraiser for your school, yep, they do that too! Take the grunt work out of getting your fundraisers ready and turn to Label Daddy who already has so much of the work done for you. You get a nice percentage of every item sold for your fundraising goals.
There's a lot to love about Label Daddy. Head on over the website to see what all they have to offer. We really appreciate the options, and if you're in the need of any kind of label, I think you'll like them too. Stop throwing away money on lost items. Keep 'em with the help of Label Daddy. You can also follow along on Facebook and/or Twitter.