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Lovable Labels

Hi Neighbors!

Great to see you out At the Fence today! I have got to show you some book labels, called Book Worms. I received from Lovable Labels. They are sooooo.. cute! My daughter loves them. With 6 children in the house there are occasional disagreements over who owns the book! Labels make a great solution. If each child has their own labels, they can just stick one in when they get a new book. Problem solved! We chose a Ladybug design, but there are 4 others to choose from. I hope they will be designing more! You receive 36 labels for $14.95 (CDN)

We spent a few minutes placing some of the labels in Mercy's books. Now, she won't get any of them confused with her sisters books. As a family we are big book readers. As we travel, we always look for used bookstores for more books. Yard sales are another great place for us to find books. The younger girls share 3 small bookshelves. We have to make them clear books out occasionally!

You really need to visit their site because Lovable Labels has many label ideas that would be so helpful. They have labels for inside shoes! Wire tags to label the cords to items like the TV or DVD Player. They have 3 different types of clothing labels. The first is press on dots, the second is iron on labels, and the last are called ZIPIT Tags that clip on a zipper. Lovable Labels says "Don't lose it, label it!"

Also there is a really neat program called the Love Bug Program that you can join and share your love for Lovable Labels! I did! They have so many different opportunities available. You can host an online party or become an agent. They even have a fundraising program. I would definitely be more interested in these than a chocolate bar!

From their FAQ page:Are these labels durable?

"Yes, they are made with the highest quality materials possible and are made to withstand children’s environment. Our labels are made with a special “perma-grip” backing that will stick to almost any surface. Our labels are UV resistant, dishwasher and microwave safe. The iron-on labels are made with a special industrial material and are washer and dryer safe. The bag tags are made of special flexible plastic and the metal tags are made out of metal of course."

Overall I am really very satisfied with my experience with Lovable Labels. One reader will receive their own set of Book Worms.

Mandatory Entry:Visit Lovable Labels and tell me here in a comment, one item you especially like. You do not have to be a blogger, but you do have to leave an email where you can be reached should you win. This giveaway will end 6/20 at 11:59 pm CST. The winner will be chosen using and will be notified by email. The winner will have 48 hours to respond. (Open to USA and Canada) 18 and over to be eligible.

Extra Entries:

1.Become a neighbor(follower). Leave a comment to let me know you did/do.

2.Subscribe to At The Fence. Leave a comment to let me know that you did/do.

3.Follow me on Twitter, At The Fence. Leave a comment letting me know that you did/do.

4.Tweet about this giveaway. Leave a comment with the link. 3 tweets per day. Up to 3 comments a day for tweeting.

5.Do a post regarding this giveaway. Leave a comment with a link. 2 entries, so 2 comments.

6.Leave a comment on one of my review posts(not a giveaway). 1 entry.

7.Follow Lovable Labels on Twitter. Leave a comment letting me know that you do/did. 1 entry

8.Like Lovable Labels on Facebook. Leave a comment letting me know you do/did. 1 entry

Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this post. I received a set of Book Worms for review purposes. All quotes are taken from the Lovable Labels website or email. All thoughts and opinions are mine.


phxbne said…
love their Zipit! tags
phxbne said…
Follow Lovable Labels on Twitter. phxbne
phxbne said…
Follow you on Twitter. phxbne
Colleen Maurina said…
I also like their Household Pantry Labels!

colljerr at comcast dot net
Colleen Maurina said…
I subscribe to your blog by email.

colljerr at comcast dot net
Colleen Maurina said…
I like Lovable Labels on Facebook. (Colleen Maurina)

colljerr at comcast dot net
Love_Rep said…
Hi Lori,

I have to say I love the pictures they are so cute and show the purpose of the book worm labels. That's awesome! Thank you for posting your amazing review and giveaway for Lovable Labels, can't wait to see who win!
andrea v said…
i like the fun stickies
vickers at comcast dot net
andrea v said…
email subscriber
Unknown said…
I like the Press'n'Stick clothing dots...heavensent1@yahoo dotcom
Unknown said…
Follow LL on Twitter *DNatrlBeauty*
Unknown said…
Like LL on FB *Jennifer C.*
Unknown said…!/DNatrlBeauty/status/82845954012745728
phxbne said…
degood said…
I really like their allergy stickers.
degood said…
I follow you on twitter as kmayans.
degood said…
I follow lovable labels on twitter as kmayans.

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