This pack is made up of 159 labels using 13 different label types! It is second to none when it comes to price, quality and quantity. With extremely hardy colours and super sticky backing, all these labels are fridge and freezer safe as well as waterproof,dishwasherandwashing machine (clothing labels) safe! It has all the labels in our colour arsenal, with plenty to label all your stationery and school items! There are so many labels; you can almost label the dog and the cat! (Not actually recommended!)
All of the labels in this pack are so versatile, you can use them on anything. You can keep them on the strait and narrow, or twist them around objects or even over corners. And they will stay! So why not go wild! Select the label that fits most appropriately to the item you want to label, and apply it! It’s that easy.
The Starter Pack contains the following: (Sizes are height x width) 2 Super size - 25mm x 100mm
42 Skinny Pen & Pencil - 8mm x 39mm
4 Classic large labels - 18mm x 65mm
16 Classic labels - 13mm x 50mm
4 Big block - 30mm x 30mm
6 Baby block - 20mm x 20mm
4 Big dot - 28mm (Diameter)
16 Baby dot - 17mm (Diameter)
12 Micro labels - 6mm x 18mm
14 Book labels - 35mm x 65mm
8 Shoe labels (48mm x 25mm) with laminate covers (54mm x 31mm)
1 Bag Tags - Credit Card size - 85mm x 54mm
Choose between either: 25 Iron-on/Sew-in Clothing labels. Printed in Blue or Pink - 12mm x 46mm
OR: 25 Super stick-in labels. Black with no image only - 14mm x 30mm
Total of 159 name labels!
Super size labels: They are great for labelling sports equipment or electronic devices!
Classic, block and dot labels: Used on: juice bottles, lunch boxes, pencil cases, glue sticks, sports equipment, highlighters, rulers, calculators, staplers & laptops. A range of sizes and shapes lets you label anything, anywhere!
Micro labels: scissors, flash disks, erasers, sharpeners, watches, mobile phones, eye wear, iPods and any other awkward to label products.
Book labels: files, diaries, textbooks, exercise books, exam pads, flip files, shoeboxes, packing & general storage boxes. Also great on electronic devices such as laptops!
Shoe labels: running shoes, school shoes, wellies, football boots, ballet shoes - and any other shoe!
Bag Tags: school bags, gym or sports bags, musical instrument cases, backpacks, book bags, library bags, hand luggage and suitcases.
Iron-on/Sew-in clothing labels: blazers, shirts, ties, jerseys, hats, dresses, shorts, skirts, hats, coats, socks, dressing gowns, linen, bedding and so on.
Super stick-in labels (Black only, no image, additional fee): blazers, shirts, ties, jerseys, hats, dresses, shorts, skirts, hats, coats, socks, dressing gowns, linen, bedding and so on as well as juice bottles, lunch boxes, pencil cases, glue sticks, sports equipment, highlighters, rulers, calculators, staplers & laptops.
ForIron on labels, they are under the instructions tab here.
ForSuper stick-inlabels, they are under the instructions tab here.
Stick your name labels to surfaces that are dry, clean and smooth. The flatter the better although not a necessity. The labels may not be effective on plastics that feel greasy, highly textured surfaces or plastics that contain high amounts of silicone (usually described as non stick)
The adhesives used on all our name labels are “pressure activated” and will only stick properly after sufficient pressure has been applied. Gently peel the label off the sheet without letting the labels fold. Once you have positioned the label, rub firmly, applying pressure over the whole label from one end to the other (avoids air getting trapped). Pay special attention to the corners and edges!
The less your fingers come into contact with the adhesive, the better they will stick. (due to natural oils on your skin).
Do not attempt to test if the label is stuck! If it is lifted it will break the adhesion and will result in lifting or peeling of the labels over time.
Please allow 12-72 hours for the adhesive to bond. For dishwashers; items should be placed on the top shelf and are not suitable for “high temperature” settings such as “pots and pans”.
WARNING:Before giving anything you have labelled to children, please check that the labels are completely and safely attached.