The Best Labels for the Things Kids Lose
Best Camp Labels
Many children will soon be counting down the days until their parents drop them off at summer camp! The second half of camp season is about to begin. Help the campers in your life stay organized with Mabel's Labels. Mabel's Labels camp labels are UV resistant, waterproof labels and tags designed especially for everything that goes to summer camp. Identify clothes, footwear, toiletries, swim gear, backpacks and more with this summer essential. Continue Reading →
Label it! Keep your resolution to get organized this year.
If you are anything like us, then this year you resolved to get your life organized. Thankfully Mabel's Labels has us covered on everything from food container labels to electric chord labels. They just launched their newly re- designed line of Household Labels to help all of us get our lives organized this new year. These labels can be used on anything from organizing pantry items to kids toys and they look cute while doing it! Browse their selections or buy a combo pack to cover all your bases. These are great whether you have kids (and everything that comes with them), or you just want to make your pantry, desk and kitchen easier to navigate.
Despite all of today's high tech gadgets and ways to track and sync our busy schedules, college coeds still often prefer the old fashion day planner. Case in point: my daughter Isabelle who is always right on top of what is in and what is not spent hours on her one day home this summer searching for and then custom designing this year's day planner. She already knew many of the girls in her classes at USC would be sporting an Erin Condren planner this semester so she wanted hers to stand out from the rest.
This is a bit embarrassing to admit but it took us multiple hours to perfect her design. Izzy wanted her planner to coordinate with her new chevron bedding without being too matchy matchy. (It probably would have taken only 15 minutes from start to finish if she would have just been willing to order Erin Condren's fabulous zig zag planner, but no such luck.) Plus she wanted different, but coordinating designs on the front and on the back of the planner. A tad complicated but oh so cute!
This particular design was actually inspired by the scrapbook paper she used to decorate her under-bed storage drawers. Last year her dorm room
was all about everything sweet
and candied dreams
. This year she is going a bit more kids jungle safari
combined with the latest chevron patterns and even a bit of chalkboard chic
. I have to admit, the final product really is great especially since it has all sorts of organizing tools built right in. For me, it was definitely worth both the time and money spent on this planner especially if Isabelle actually uses it and actually gets herself to class on time with assignments in hand!