I was going to post this in my Back to School guide, but there was a delay and suddenly my PC won't recognise my camera anymore! After all the panic, I can finally publish the post on the first day of September, hopefully not too late for Back to School as I really love Stuck on You personalised products, and would really love to recommend them to you if you haven't already heard of them.
We've been reviewing Stuck on You products for a few years now, and I have bought from them as well as they have so many choices. Every single product we've used, let it be pens, pencils or bags, are all made from great quality materials, and we just can't get enough of them! For 2014 Back to School feature, we were sent:
Penny Scallan Embroidered Lunchbox in Pink Birds Pattern (£24.99)
Large Classic Stick on Clothing Label (£9.99)
Journal in Monsters in Go Karts Pattern (£15.99)
I have no idea why I've never ordered these Stick On Clothing labels! (13 colour choices, 8 font styles and 2 Chinese font choices, and 52 icons choices) I had labels from Stuck on You before, but they are either for shoes or you have to iron them on. They are made of fantastic quality of course, but these are even better as you don't have to iron or sew them on if you don't want to! You can of course, to add extra security to the labels, but with 50 labels in the pack, I have no fear!
These labels have a canvas-like texture, and they stick on plastic or fabric easily enough. Unless you pick on the label, it more or less stays on! Abby has proven to be a very forgetful child when it comes to bringing things home including bottles and cardigans, and they have ended up in the Lost and Found section all the time (I had some problem finding my Stuck on You labels last year, time to tidy up!). These labels are so easy to use I've happily stuck them on every single piece of her school uniform at the most obvious places. None should go missing this year!
This lunch bag from Stuck on You Penny Scallan range is beautiful! Abby will be having school dinners on her final infant year as it's free, so we will be using this lunch bag next year or for going out. It's absolutely lovely and well made. The 2 zippers and name tag are bird shaped as well! Abby absolutely loves it and she has already taken it out for snack times! It is fairly spacious but not too big (some lunch bags are massive!), and can easily hold a lunchbox and a bottle of water and/ or snacks. There is also a side compartment where I normally put soviet and cutlery.
They come in 4 designs, 5 font styles and 10 font colour choices.
You can't go back to school without a new set of exercise books and journals! I definitely recommend Stuck on You writing and drawing books because they use top quality paper for their products. It just makes writing so much easier. I used to write on recycled paper and it was rough, and my writing was bumpy. It's quite hard for a child to control their writing pressure, so a smooth and thick paper will definitely help them make writing easier.
The Journals comes in 39 designs and 8 font styles.
I seriously can't recommend them enough. You know sometimes you get crappy quality felt pens or crayons even though they are nicely packaged, but you get both pretty design and quality products from Stuck on You. It certainly makes Back to School easier! They also have a range of clothing and For Home products too. So check them out if you haven't already done so!