StickerKid Labels {Product Review and Giveaway!}


In our family of 7, we go through quite a number of dishes on a given day. In an effort to minimize the pile that builds up in my sink, I implemented the one-cup rule. That is, each person gets one cup to use per day. Since the beverage of choice for the kids and me is usually water, I didn’t see the need to use a different cup with each meal and snack.

Doesn’t sound too complicated, right? Until I hear from the kitchen, “Mommy, what color was my cup again?” or “Ewww, you just drank from my cup!” Masking tape to the rescue!

But the tape didn’t always adhere to wet or cold things. This is the cup after it went through the dishwasher.


There’s a better and more fun way to label the kids’ cups as well as their other belongings!

StickerKid specializes in durable labels and stickers to solve your children’s “stuff” problem. We were excited to receive some of their products to try out. [affiliate link]

Their labels come in a variety of sizes. They are also water-resistant and safe in the dishwasher, microwave, washer/dryer, and freezer. And, you can personalize them with your own message, color, and icon.


So, as you would expect, when we received our stickers in the mail, the first items we tried them on were those cups. My kids gave them 5 stars for the cuteness and fun factor. And this Mommy gave the stickers a happy thumbs up for passing the dishwasher test.

I’ve tested them out in the microwave and freezer as well, and there are no signs of peeling. The iron-on labels for clothing (unfortunately, we didn’t get to try these out) are guaranteed to be washer & dryer safe. Sounds like they thought of everything!

You can find many uses for these labels.

Does your child have a hard time keeping track of his/her things at school? Believe it or not, even though we homeschool, we have this issue too! Is it too early to think about back-to-school shopping? Believe me, this summer will go by fast.


Will your kid be going to camp this summer? Make sure he comes home with all the things he left with by using these labels.


Does your child go to a nursery or daycare, where they require you to label all of your child’s belongings?


So, give your kids a fun, little incentive to keep track of their things. Go to StickerKid and start personalizing their labels today. Use coupon code US29BL1136 to get an extra 5% off your order! [affiliate link]

But there’s more!

StickerKid is giving away a $20 credit + free shipping!

To enter, just “like” their Facebook page. This will unlock 3 more ways to enter to increase your chances of winning.

Giveaway will end on Tuesday, June 30th. Click below to enter!



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14 thoughts on “StickerKid Labels {Product Review and Giveaway!}

  1. These look like a great solution for any sized family! There are only three of us but my husband is forever grabbing a new glass throughout weekend days. Makes me, chief bottle-washer, totally crazy 🙂

    1. I agree. The nursery is one place I make sure to label all our stuff. I volunteer at our nursery sometimes, and as a worker, I know it’s definitely a huge help when you’re looking after so many children.

  2. Oh what fun! As a former teacher, these look amazing to me! I’m going to have to get some. Thanks for sharing.

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