One of the easiest ways to keep kids stuff organized is to label kids’ clothing. Like all the clothing…shoes, shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, backpack!
Especially when your kiddo goes to school, daycare, activities, or basically leave your home.
Because when you notice their drawers are looking a little spare with clothing, you can go check labels in the lost and found. And know that you have found most of their missing clothing because it is labeled!
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My favorite type of label is from Name Bubbles. Name Bubbles offers a variety of labels for clothing. The first type of label I will walk you through is iron-on labels.
Iron-on labels come on a sheet with parchment paper covering it. You will need this paper, so don’t throw it away!
Set your iron to cotton setting or high, depending on how your iron operates.
When the iron is set, remove the label from the sheet and place it on the clothing item you are wanting to label.
Using the parchment paper that covered the labels, place that piece over label on the clothing item you placed the label.
Place the iron on the label and parchment paper and count to 15.
Remove the iron and check to see if the label has adhered to the clothing.
If not, repeat process by pressing the label and parchment paper with the iron for another 15 seconds.
Stick-on labels are another great way to label kids’ clothing.
The stick-on labels work well if the clothing has a tag or tagless writing on the piece of clothing.
There are two different types of stick-on labels. So you have to decide where you are placing the labels.
For tags, the laminated stick-on labels work best.
And for tagless stick-on labels, you need the unlaminated clothing tag labels.
But you don’t have to stress about which option works best. Because when you order, you select which type of clothing you are labeling! Name Bubbles makes it super easy.
Remove the stick-on label.
Place on the tag of the piece of clothing. Then press really hard. I found pressing in a circular motion got the label to stick.
For labeling the tagless items, make sure the writing on the clothing is still in tact. I had a few pieces of clothing that had been worn. The tagless writing on the pants needed an iron-on label.
Press the stick-on label onto the tagless writing. Rub in a circular motion.
Shoe labels are great for shoes at daycare, sports shoes, and boots.
The shoe labels stick wonderfully to the inside sole of the shoes.
Make sure to let the labels sit for 24 hours before you wear.
Black Friday + Cyber Monday Sale
The best time to buy Name Bubbles labels is the Black Friday + Cyber Monday sale!
These are perfect to add to your holiday shopping. Because you will be ready to get organized for the new year!
Add these labels to your holiday shopping!