Labeling Makes Good Organization (Review)

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I love labeling things.

For a while I tried to get away from labeling thinking it made things look jumbled up and tacky.

But then we moved. And I found myself labeling everything!

I went through our pantry and labeled the shelves, baskets, and bins.

Then I labeled stuff in our homeschool room.

Then I put labels in our laundry room. Now it's not perfect because I was basically a hack at making labels.

I even labeled some confusing light switches.

Then I was asked to review some labels from  Label Daddy

Label Daddy offers tons of labels for many of your labeling needs at home and out and about. I have a hard time choosing when I head over to Label Daddy.

 

Right now we're using  Label Daddy labels for address labels and to mark which recycling bins are ours in our neighborhood. I go to shop with a specific label in mind and always come away with the address labels.

My husband loves the address labels (he's the old fashioned letter writer in the family) and the cute designs you can have put on them. They are super

The outdoor bin labels are strong and don't come off in our heavy rain even after being out in all kinds of weather for the past year.

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Label Daddy also offers

  • pantry labels
  • labels for your clothing and belongings
  • luggage tags
  • zipper tags
  • allergy notes
  • photo stickers
  • and more

The labels are super durable peel-and-stick washable labels — they're washer/dryer safe, microwave safe, dishwasher safe and UV resistant!

Label Daddy labels are also fun and attractive. You design your own labels! Pick from tons of colors, sizes and logos, including Disney and Marvel characters, MLB, NBA, and NHL team logos, other sport and fun logos, and more.

Their exclusive laminated coating gives labels an extra layer of protection and is a must for camp! These labels are made in the USA and shipped directly to you worldwide.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received my labels free from Label Daddy via USFamily Guide as part of their Blogger Review program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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