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Giveaway: Emily Press Labels

We’ve talked about Emily Press Labels before, so you know how much we like their products. Whether labeling your child’s things for daycare, school or just for playdates, Emily Press Labels has tons of options for all sorts of items. You’re sure to find both the design and function to meet your needs. I still love Pam’s idea to label her daughter’s headbands. We all know how easy it is for our kids to “lose” things; at least this way, the lost items have a fighting chance of getting back to us.

Emily Press Labels

Emily Press Labels’ playful assortment of label designs and colors are not only nice to look at, they’re also very durable. The labels can withstand dishwashers, microwaves and washing machines. And we all know how often our kids’ stuff goes through the wash!

They also sell Welcome Baby label packs that contain enough labels for all your everyday baby items: bottles, food containers, sippy cups, toiletries, etc.

You can label anything your heart desires. While many items have to be labeled out of necessity, there is also something so satisfying about labeling your things, like you’re automatically just a little more organized (maybe that’s just us).

PERK ALERT! Until December 31, 2011, when you use the code PJN15, you will receive 15% off your label order.

WIN IT! Emily Press Labels is giving away two prizes—a $50 gift certificate to the first lucky Project Nursery winner and a $25 gift certificate to the second winner.

HOW TO ENTER: To enter, visit Emily Press Labels and tell us which product you would use the most with a comment below. Contest ends Wednesday, December 7, 2011 at 11:59pm PST.

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106 Comments

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    I could really use the small labels for sending my new baby to daycare next month! We have lots of bottles and things to label!

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    I would love the “Tag-a-tag” and shoe labels, you cannot imagine how many times my son came home from daycare with the wrong clothes on because a child went through lockers dumping clothes on the ground and the daycare workers didn’t know what belonged to whom…
    I am also a subscriber and a friend to both on FB! I left my shoutouts as well!!!

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    I LOVE the welcome baby with animals stickers!! So cute!! Perfect item for my OCD tendencies about losing things!!!!

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    I would use the Mealtime Labels-would be great for labeling the food I send with my son to daycare.

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    I would love the new baby and back to school set. I need to be better about labeling my son’s stuff at preschool and will have to start all over again when the new baby comes in April!

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    I am a PN newsletter subscriber. I would love the welcome baby labels for my son to go to daycare.

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    I would use the book labels and the tag for clothes, my baby seems to leave things behind everywhere

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    The Tag-a-lag clothing labels and any from the Back To School set would definately be put to great use!

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    I would probably use the sticky labels for my daughter’s things (water bottles, etc) now that she is in preschool and things are easily lost.

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    The Tag-a-Tag label for my girls because she has to label all her clothes and accessories at preschool. It beats using a sharpie.

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