Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Funky Fun Kidecals Waterproof Labels Discount Code #ad

I have a mustache obsessed punk rocker of a 10 year old for a daughter, and she's ALWAYS losing her stuff.   So we were pretty stoked to be contacted by Kidecals and U.S. Family Guide with a sweet 15% discount offer for our readers and a sample for our family to review.   I learned years ago to tag EVERYTHING I ever wanted to see again that left the house with the girl!   I still compulsively check the lost and found whenever I'm in the school office for anything and inevitably at least one lunch item or article of clothing of hers is abandoned there.

We've even gotten lucky and had things mailed back that were left at a hotel states away!

With camp season coming, I'm ready for a tagging frenzy, only rivaled by back to school week, so this is great timing.   In all honesty, we haven't tried Kidecals out yet, but their site rocks.  Their graphics range from cute to edgy, with plenty of choices for older kids.

We'll have a full review of the labels once they arrive.   All labels are NOT created equal.   We've tried 3 other brands with varying levels of success.   My huge pet peeve is labels that are impossible to remove from the backing.   Grrrrrr.   There are few things less chill than needing 15 minutes and sharp objects to peel each freakin' label when you have a pile of 50 camp bound items to tag.   Quick and easy is ideal.   But durability is key.  They're pretty useless if they peel off, fade or disintegrate fast.  So, we'll level with you on how Kidecals measure up shortly.

In the mean time, if you want to get a jump on the summer rush, here's a sweet deal for our readers.
ChiIL Out with ChiIL Mama and SAVE 15% off Kidecals the most durable waterproof labels on the market. Use promo code: bestlabels at http://kidecals.com/

Kidecals always has FREE Shipping.  

Here's the scoop on what they've got:

Personalized Kids Name Labels/Camp Labels:
We tag stuff with our last name and phone number, and I've literally 
had hundreds of dollars in lost items returned by honest people.   Even if your kids aren't as prone to losing their stuff as Sagezilla is, there are loads of look alikes out there and labels are a must so kids can grab the right gear.

We're pretty jazzed to label water bottles, clothing, books, toys, and sports gear with Kidecals' trendy and fun designs.  We've heard Kidecals are crazy durable...dishwasher, washing machine AND dryer safe, and they don't damage surfaces. 

Waterproof Labels:
Sharpies bleed and fade.   Kidecals claims their waterproof name labels are insanely durable and can stick to just about anything even 
pool toys.   We'll put them to the test and see if they stay put through wash after wash after wash. 

Fun Mustache Stickers:
Facial hair as fashion statement...... 

My daughter LOVES staches and has quite a few fuzzy ones and necklace ones, so I know she'll freak out for Kidecals' fun Partystache stickers.  Use them as drink markers to keep down the germs and the lost juice blues.  The Mustache Chalkboard Stickers are a funky fun way to label/organize anything in your pantry or craft room. (They're also fun for labeling foods or drinks at a potluck or party!)

Chalkboard Labels that you can write on:
We could use some serious organization in the playroom.  Chalkboard labels are a genius idea for getting organized fast without having to create new printed labels from scratch.  Kidecals makes cool designs, and their chalkboard labels are super durable and can even go through the dishwasher!

Daycare Labels:
Cute stuff for the littlest losers...  It doesn't end once they're old enough to talk and visually ID their own stuff.  But if you have kids in daycare then you know how important it is to label EVERYTHING. Kidecals daycare labels are not just super cute, they're dishwasher, washing machine and dryer safe, and stay put on anything from clothing and baby's favorite snuggle to sippy and snack cups.

As seen on the Today Show personalized clothing labels

Fun designs are fine, but Kidecals was founded by a mother of two boys, who knew that durable is KEY.   

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