Thursday, 14 May 2015

Stampstastic's new fonts (+giveaway c/d 15 June 2015)

Last October I wrote a review of Stamptastic and how easy and convenient it is to label children's clothes with the help of their stamps. Often you read a review, and think "But is it going to work or be as good when time passes?!"



If you're interested in updates, I can say that we are very pleased with Stamptastic's stamps half a year later. I wash my boys' school uniforms daily. Eddie, in particular, comes home with his shirt's sleeves almost black, as if he was digging in a mine. I don't know what they are doing in school to get so dirty. And don't even start me on the poster paints and glue. Despite the fact that the clothes have been washed numerously since the labels were stamped at the beginning of the academic year, they are still readable, maybe a little bit faded, but perfectly clear and legible.
I have used the stamps on many fabrics and different clothes including the King's costume, the Spiderman's costume, PE kit etc etc.
Since then I often thought that an update would be a good idea, as it shows that the product works really well, and is worth every penny.

Just the week before a class mate of Eddie has thrown his hat over the high wall into the neighbour's garden. There was a lot of drama, as it is Eddie's favourite hat. It was impossible to retrieve it at once, as the neighbours were away, and the poor hat was left soaking in the rain for three nights. It was very muddy too when we got it back. But you know what, after washing it, the label is unaffected, it clearly says who the hat belongs to.

This great product, which is a time-saver, now comes even in a wider choice of fonts.
Recently Stamptastic has expanded their range of fonts. There is also a good choice of cute little symbols to add to the fonts.



Creating a customised stamp couldn't be easier, go online, choose a font and a symbol and order. Prices remain at £10 and there is no extra cost for the symbol. The ink pad costs £12.

Lovely people from Stamptastic have offered a giveaway prize for one of my blog readers. One lucky winner will receive a £22 voucher to spend on 1 stamp (worth £10) and 1 ink pad (£12).
Once the winner is selected, they will be emailed a unique code and instructions on how to claim their prize.

To be in with a chance of winning, please enter via a Rafflecopter gadget.

T&Cs:
Only one entry per person is allowed (however, you can tweet daily to increase your chances).
The giveaway is open to the UK residents only.
Once the Rafflecopter picks the winner, I will check if the winner has done what was requested. I will contact the winner, if they do not reply within 28 days, the prize will be allocated to another person.
Please don't forget to leave a comment, as it is the only mandatory step, I will make sure the winner selected by Rafflecopter has complied with T&Cs.

The giveaway will close on 15 June 2015 (at midnight)

Good luck!

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60 comments:

  1. usually iron on labels

    Ashleigh

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  2. sew on labels a real pain to do at start of year

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  3. I usually use sew on labels! Hate that job as I have four children so it takes me ages!

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  4. A mix of sew on labels or stick on clothes labels

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  5. I haven't had to yet but my son starts school in September so this would be handy!

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  6. at the moment im just writing it in ink x

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  7. I use stamptastic - they are the best

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  8. usually iron on labels - leanne w

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  9. sew on labels

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  10. I haven't needed to yet, but will need to get some for September :)

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  11. sew on labels or marker pens x

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  12. usually sew-on labels but I've been known to grab a marker pen in a panic!

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  13. With permanent marker

    kirstyjfox AT yahoo DOT com

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  14. i dont yet my son is due to start nursery in September and this looks like the perfect was to label his clothes

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  15. iron on labels bought from the supermarket

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  16. i write on the inside with pen.

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  17. Sew on labels, plus my friend has an amazing sewing machine and she has embroidered, PE kits and school bags

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  18. Write on the labels
    Jade H

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  19. I usually write on the labels with pen as I got so fed up of trying to sew those tiny embroidered ones into their collars

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  20. We used to write with indelible pen

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  21. With a fabric pen on the labels.

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  22. Stick in labels - that you iron on but they fall out all the time

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  23. fluorescent water proof pens...The kids insist on it!

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  24. I just write their names in the labels with Sharpie!

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  25. I use a pen to write on the labels
    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  26. I just use sharpies. I used to use the iron on labels and they were OK.

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