|Tiny but very easy to read|
They are small plastic tags with your child's name on them, which can be attached to a backing button through labels inside clothes using an applicator device. The same device can then be used to remove the EasyTag when your child outgrows (or in the case of boys; rip to shred) their clothes, so they can be used over and over.
When attaching my first few EasyTags (and indeed the first time I had to remove them) I was a little unsure as to how much pressure to apply or how much to turn the applicator, but I soon got the hang of it and can now label at lightening speed; I hate to think how long it would have taken me to sew traditional name labels in place.
They do have their limitations - my daughter says they are uncomfortable inside skin-tight clothing like leggings (but then my daughter is very sensitive to clothes not fitting exactly) and there is nothing to attach them to on my lovely handknitted jumpers (maybe I need some "handmade by Kath" labels too). I've got a few sew-on labels to cover these items, but I really don't mind sewing a few things, especially as the EasyTags have freed up so much time that would have been spent if I had to sew everything.
Easy2name have kindly offered one of my readers a personalised pack of 30 EasyTags, complete with backs and an applicator. To be in with a chance of winning please use the Rafflecopter entry below.
The competition finishes at midnight on 6th February. UK Entrants only
I will pass the email address of the winner onto Easy2Name who will contact the winner to discuss personalisation of the prize.
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