June 6, 2016

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Mabel's Labels are Perfect Labels for Summer Camp! #ad

Mabel’s Labels aren’t just perfect for the school year, they’re essential for summer too! And, for the first time ever, Mabel’s Labels has two Camp Label packs this year!    Make sure you label all their gear with Day Camp Labels or Sleepaway Camp Labels . It includes all the UV resistant, waterproof labels and tags you'll need to avoid mix-ups and lost items.

Help parents reduce wasteful repurchases of lost items by labeling everything in order to keep track of their kids’ stuff while away at camp. Mabel’s Labels  Camp Labels consists of UV resistant water-proof personalized labels perfect for all of the kids’ camp gear, from swimwear to toothbrushes, to identical sleeping bags in cabin 


School is out and summer camp, vacation Bible school and sports practices will soon be in full swing! Piles of extra shorts, sneakers, sunscreen, backpacks and everything needed to outfit your little adventurer are being organized about your home... but what happens when it walks out the door?  It can get lost and never seen again!

 The ultimate resource for all things camp and summer, for the first time ever, Mabel’s Labels helps parents “control the camp chaos” with two brand-new label options to cater to every family’s needs: a new “Day Camp Labels Pack” and a new “Sleepaway Camp Labels Pack,” available for a limited time only.
Day Camp Labels (USD$19.990
  • 16 Mini Custom Name Stickers: 38mm x 8mm (1-1/2" x 5/16")
  • 21 Tag Mates™ Stick On Clothing Labels: 21mm x 10mm (13/16" x 3/8")
  • 2 Custom Shoe Stickers: 33mm (1.3")
  • 2 Personalized Bag Tags: 57mm x 32mm (2-1/4" x 1-1/4")

  • 10 Personalized Name Stickers: 70mm x 16mm (2-3/4" x 5/8")
  • 24 Mini Custom Name Stickers: 38mm x 8mm (1-1/2" x 5/16")
  • 50 Tag Mates™ Stick On Clothing Labels: 21mm x 10mm (13/16" x 3/8")
  • 8 Custom Shoe Stickers: 33mm (1.3")
  • 2 Personalized Bag Tags: 57mm x 32mm (2-1/4" x 1-1/4")
New! Day Camp Label Pack : Designed especially for kids heading to day camp, this brand new, value-packed collection of UV resistant, waterproof labels and tags has everything needed to designate items like clothes, footwear, backpacks, sports gear, lunch boxes, and more, and avoid mix-ups and lost items at busy day camps this summer. Personalize them with names and fun day camp icons.
Available: April 5 to July 31 only!
 
New! Sleepaway Camp Label Pack: This value-packed collection of UV resistant, waterproof labels and tags is designed especially for everything that goes to sleepaway camp, such as clothes, footwear, toiletries, swim gear, life jackets, and more. Personalize them with names and fun sleep away camp icons.
Available April 5 to July 31 only!

Kids' Safety Bracelets: Designed to keep kids safe on summer outings, these durable, disposable kids ID bracelets are perfect for the beach, the pool, theme parks, playgrounds, and other destinations. Personalize them with vital information and contact details to help lessen the panic of being separated in a crowd. For added privacy, custom ID bracelets may be attached around belt loops or under socks. Mabel’s Labels donates a portion of all sales of this product to Autism Speaks, an organization that promotes research and awareness about autism.
MSRP: $21 for 30;

I am a huge fan of Mabel Labels and have been purchasing them since my children were infants.  Now that they are both spending the week away at overnight camp this year, what better way to keep track of their stuff with labels.  I even place a label on the sleeping bag tag!  This year they get labels with their own names, sometimes I just opt for labels with our last name!  I was amazed at how bright and vibrant the colors were on the labels.  They surely won't be misplacing items this year!

Helpful information on picking a camp for your child!
Knowing which camp is the right one to send your child to can be a hard decision to make. Parents have to worry about the camp’s reputation, if it encompasses activities that interest their children and most importantly if the experience will help children grow and learn new skills.

Think of where the preferred activities are normally held. Your kid loves to act? Check out local theatre companies. Into science? Try a university engineering department. Lurk on camp chat boards (many of the larger camp websites have them) or better still, post a question or three.

If you or your child is nervous about heading to summer camp for the first time, start small. Sign up for a a day camp for a few days to start and if your child enjoys the experience, plan for a longer experience next summer.
 
There are countless things that will sway your choice when it comes to selecting a camp, but ultimately, the only wrong choice you can make is one which doesn’t consider the uniqueness of your child!

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