13 August 2015

Back To School Labels (PLUS Your Chance To Win)

The school year seemed to fly by and now as September approaches I'm preparing for another term and sending my little ones back through the gates excitedly into new classes. Like all parents, I don't want their shiny shoes, crisp white shirts and jumpers (which cost a small fortune) to go missing so labelling uniform is a wise option and something I do every summer. 
 
Petit Fernand have a great range of customisable stickers and they have kindly sent packs for both of the Mini Mes to use - there is a chance to win some for yourselves too.
 
 
Image from Petit-Fernand
 
 
Ordering is really straight forward and the website is easy to navigate. I selected the school packs which consist of 40 Iron-on name labels, 30 Stick-on name labels, 20 Stick-on name labels, 40 Stick-
on mini labels and 10 Shoe labels for £30. I did think they were perhaps a little pricey but they are good quality and the personalisation available is better than I've seen before.
 
I was able to choose the font style and colour, background colour and different icons for each child to suit their taste. I was quite impressed by the variety available and it was quick to checkout with the voucher codes I was provided with. Minxy opted for pretty pink and purple shades and star symbols and Jamster chose black, orange, green and blue with lightening bolts as they reminded him of Thor!
 
 
 
 
Shipping is free and the labels arrived just 2 days later in cheque book style folders. It's a really handy way to keep them all in one place and it's easy to remove them when required. The labels are divided by type and there is a care guide as well as instructions on how to apply the stickers to your property.
 
 
 
 
Application to clothing is just as simple - warm up the iron, press it onto the protective paper firmly for just 12 seconds, allow to cool and remove the protective paper. They are machine washable and fine in the tumble dryer too so you don't need to worry about replacing them.
 
 
 
 
Other stickers can be put on stationery, bags, lunch boxes and just about anywhere else you wish. The shoe stickers are shaped for a perfect fit and they have protective covers included to keep them in place which is useful.






 For your chance to win a £30 voucher to purchase name labels or value packs of your choice you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 30th August 2015.

Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available also.

Good luck!

81 comments :

  1. my daughter loves maths!

    Ashleigh

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  2. My son loves going to school. He enjoys PE and very good at numbers and reading

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  3. my eldest son really loves maths and has a really lovely group of friends . same friends since reception (he's going into year 5). My 5 yr old loves the hot meals , because you get a cake after, whereas we're not allowed to put one into a packed luncch

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  4. My son loves, computing, design and drawing.

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  5. My leaving day and getting all the teachers to sign my school shirt, even the horrible French teacher!

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  6. My little one starts in September. I think he will love playing games outside and art and crafts

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  7. My 5yo loves reading. My 4yo starts in September, and he thinks he will enjoy school dinners!

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  8. I loved school so I have lots of fond memories but I have especially good memories of my school friends.

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  9. My little boy loves doing topic work, last year he learnt about the stone age and ancient Egyptians!

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  10. Both of my little ladies said getting to see their friends :) x

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  11. My son enjoys playing with all his friends

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  12. i liked music classes, better at singing than maths)

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  13. my daughter will be starting in September and my stepdaughter loves history :)

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  14. My son loves learning new things.

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  15. My little one is at nursery 3 days week, i love it, as she runs round and tires herself out. shes in bed without any drama on those nights :-)

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  16. My fondest memory of school was taking dictation lessons & spelling tests as I always aced them!

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  17. My daughter loves maths

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  18. My daughter loves everything about school and mostly the social part of it

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  19. My daughter loves having the chance to be creative

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  20. My girls love playing with their friends

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  21. Both my girls love PE & art plus of course socialising at break time

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  22. My daughter loves seeing her best friend at school and getting to paint!

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  23. My daughter loves reading and creative activities :)

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  24. Both of mine love English and reading.

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  25. My daughter loves maths and reading

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  26. Summer lunch breaks on the field... Rolling in freshly cut grass, making daisy chains. Best times ever.

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  27. My son loves playing football at school

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  28. My sun loves - science and art, my daughter loves all subjects.

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  29. My daughter loves reading and writing.

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  30. My daughter starts in September but she is so excited after doing the intro days :) but my memory's were doing rounders in the play ground :) x

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  31. summer holidays lol, i hated school!

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  32. My daughter is starting in September and she is really excited about having loads of friends

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  33. We're all arty creative types, so that was my favourite thing at school, and theirs too!

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  34. Spending time with friends in the playground :)

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  35. my daughter likes playtime and funtime on a Friday not so keen on the learning haha

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  36. I used to love reading books and crafty stuff/projects

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  37. Seeing her friends and making things :)

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  38. my daughter likes sport

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  39. they love sport and art and seeing friends

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  40. Art and books were always favourites.

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  41. Loves playing anything and being creative

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  42. Mine love their packed lunches for school more than any other meal, which I think is dead weird!

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  43. Both my boys enjoy school, my eldest just loves being the class clown and making his friends laugh, my youngest loves PE and maths!

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  44. I was one of those kids who was obsessed with writing my autograph all over my rough book...it became an obsession. I think I was practising for when I became rich and famous, which oddly enough never ever happened ;)

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  45. Our Son loves all his subjects (He is 6 and enthusiastic!) My Daughter 4 is starting this time so we still don't know! My husband and I both trained PE teachers so ours is PE!

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  46. mine loves the sandpit. It is all they go on about - leanne w

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  47. I think they enjoyed the social aspects

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  48. My daughter just loves school, all aspects of it.

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  49. My daughter is at pre-school rather than school but I know her favourite part is socialising. She's a chatter box!

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  50. my fondest school memories are those of school trips! I remember going to the science museum and loving it!

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  51. My son loves Science... got a budding engineer on my hands I think! My daughter has just finished Foundation year and loves everything about school so far! ☺

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  52. I don't know why I'm reading this (handy) post as my little one hasn't even started nursery yet, but I suppose you can never be too prepared.Ha ha.

    When I think about shopping for school clothes for my baby…

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  53. English...so much so I went on to become an English teacherxxx

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  54. My daughter doesn't have any brothers or sisters near her age so she loves school because she gets to see her friends.

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  55. My daughter loves being with her friends :)

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  56. My oldest is just starting her last year of primary so I'm a it sad

    Kay Panayi

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  57. My daughter is at preschool and loves all the different toys they have!

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  58. My daughter love learning new things at school. x

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  59. School trips on the back of the coach antics

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  60. my little one loves play time always telling me stories of the games they make up and play.

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  61. Pam Francis Gregory29 August 2015 at 20:06

    I loved playing football at break times

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  62. all the different toys to play with

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  63. The painting and drawing and seeing his friends every day!

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  64. My fondest memory is of geography fieldwork.

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  65. My son likes to see his friends - he's an only child so it's important to him.

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  66. my littel girl loves going to school to play with her friends

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  67. My daughter loves everything about school, literacy numeracy, sports, geography

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