Recently I was asked by Stuck On You to pick some items to review and giveaway. In this house, there seems to be constant arguments over towels and drink bottles, so I decided to get a personalised towel and drink bottle each. My daughters selected their own images, so one went with a fairy and mermaid, the other with an elephant.
When they arrived my daughters were so excited and I am happy with the quality. The drink bottles are stainless steel, which is something I had been planning on buying for ages, so it was nice to be able to get personalised ones. My daughter managed to leave her drink bottle at school, right on the last day of term, so the arrival of these ones from Stuck On You is perfect.
Having my daughter start preschool this year has introduced me to the need to label everything. I am lucky it is a small preschool and the teachers are great. Lost property is put out pretty much every day and all the mums know who owns what for the most part, so there are not issues. Of course, next year at ‘big school’ it will be a different story because things can be left in the playground and never found.
Stuck on you not only does personalised products like towels, hairbrushes and drink bottles, but also labels you can stick on anything and everything.
Since we picked a towel and drink bottle, that is what I am giving away today – someone will win their own personalised towel and stainless steel drink bottle.
You can check out the full range from Stuck On You here.
To enter you need to be following me some way (newsletter – sign up top right hand corner, Facebook, Twitter or RSS) and be an Australian resident. Then leave a comment below telling me in 50 words or less why you need to label things or what you would label and why.
Giveaway opens July 5th 2012 and closes July 12th 2012. It is a game of skill. Judges decision is final. Please make sure you have contact details either in the profile you use to comment or leave your email address in your comment e.g. contact at kylieofiu dot com (so you don’t need to leave it as an actual address for spambots to pick up and play with).