Monday, December 23, 2013

Stikins Product Review (Tomoson): Updated with Pictures

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I reviewed Stikins in response to a campaign on Tomoson. Stikins, created by Label Lighthouse are peel and stick labels for clothes and shoes. I wanted to review them because my oldest just started back to school and I needed to label his items. The labels will also help at church, where I can label their backpacks, cups, and other personal items.

I used the labels the first day they arrived in the mail. We was on our way to the doctor or something, and I applied the labels in the car. The first label was a little hard to apply because I was distracted. The label folded up, then Kalen ripped it off Brad's clothes. After that, the labels was easy to apply.

The kids got a hold of the package and lost them.

Update: I found the labels, soon after writing the review.

I applied the labels to Brad clothes. Why? When Brad was in public school for 4th grade, sometimes I got sent home extra clothing. Jackets, Shirts, and Pants from other students. Like right now, I have a folder belonging to another student and Christmas break does not end until January 3rd or 4th.

I also applied the label's to Brad's backpack and Kalen's cups. The labels will be placed in my purse to avoid being lost again.


60 labels cost 24.95
120 labels cost 39.95

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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