Get Your Labels for Summer Camp from Mabel’s Labels With this Giveaway

Get Your Labels for Summer Camp from Mabel's Labels

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For many kids Summer camp brings on emotions of excitement with separation anxiety, it’s a scary feeling going away on your own as a kid for the first time without your parents, but reality is many kids across the world end up at Summer camp for some period of time during Summer vacation. Many parents want to instill the life lessons one learns when attending a camp and the parents enjoy their mini-vacation of not having any parental duties while their kids are away. Whatever your Summer vacation plans are, Mabel’s Labels has a pack of unique labels that can be customized with your kids name, cute icon and phone number or other pertinent information to ensure your kids items and kid have an ID tag on them at all times.

Get Your Labels for Summer Camp from Mabel's Labels

Mabel’s Labels Summer Camp Label Packs


Day Camp Label Pack : Designed especially for kids heading to day camp, this brand new, value-packed collection of UV resistant, waterproof labels and tags has everything needed to designate items like clothes, footwear, backpacks, sports gear, lunch boxes, and more, and avoid mix-ups and lost items at busy day camps this summer. Personalize them with names and fun day camp icons. MSRP: April early bird price: $17.99; then $19.99 through July; Available: April 5 to July 31 only!

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Sleepaway Camp Label Pack: This value-packed collection of UV resistant, waterproof labels and tags is designed especially for everything that goes to sleepaway camp, such as clothes, footwear, toiletries, swim gear, life jackets, and more. Personalize them with names and fun sleep away camp icons. MSRP: April early bird price: $35.95; then $39.95 through July;  Available: April 5 to July 31 only!

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What Our Family Thinks about Mabel’s Labels Summer Camp Label Pack

In all honesty, I have been using Mabel’s Labels for a very long time, back in 2011 when I attended Type-A Parent Conference I met one of the reps for this company and was amazed at how wonderful she was, I am a sucker for customer service! Since then I have continued to use these labels on water bottles the kids bring to school or the beach as well as on clothing items. I am constantly telling other parents that Mabel’s Labels have shocked me at how long they stay on clothing and water bottles long after multiple washings. I really can stand behind this brand as a brand I can purchase whenever a label is needed. That’s why today I am excited to offer one lucky reader a chance to get their own customized Summer Camp Label Pack promo code to design their own for free.

Giveaway for 1 Promo Code for 1 Free Package of Summer Camp Label Pack

Open from 5/31/2016 – 11:59pm Eastern 6/8/2016

1 Person randomly chosen from entries will win 1 copy of the prize noted.

US only. Age 18+.

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We reserve the right to make revisions, to cancel, or suspend this contest for any reason. We are not associated with any of the companies named above. The odds of winning are based on the number of entries received Open to the US 18+ only. Confirmed Winner(s) (by Rafflecopter) will be contacted by email. Winner has 24 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The sponsor will be responsible for product shipment to winner of this giveaway. Happily Blended (and any other blog participating) is not responsible for product shipment/delivery. This event is in no way administered, sponsored, or endorsed by, or associated with, Facebook and/or Twitter, Google, Pinterest. This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements. Entrants must only enter with one email address, IP address and/or Facebook account; anyone found violating these rules will be disqualified. It is at the sole discretion of the admin of the giveaway if the winner has met the rules or not.
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  1. I order from Mabel’s all the time. I need to label everything that goes out of the house with my boys otherwise I wouldn’t get most of it back.

  2. I just realized I need to order more labels! My twins head to day camp next week and if we don’t label everything, we end up with a lot of stuff missing! 🙂 Thanks for the reminder!

  3. We love this company. I label everything. I think I’m an over labeler sometimes. Probably because my kids tend to misplace things ha!

  4. Labeling everything for summer camp is so important, especially if you want to keep a hold of your stuff! Mabels Labels do look like they have super cute designs!

  5. I went to church camp as a kid. I loved it for the most part. The one bad experience I remember was the year they decided to show us what it was like to be a Christian in Russia(mind you, this was during the cold war). Not appropriate for a bunch of elementary kids as it scared all of us. Surprised I ever went back to that camp.

  6. I remember the old times when I go to a summer camp, so much fun there! Good thing there is a label like this.

  7. I don’t remember going to summer camp as a child. I’m in my 60’s so that was a long time ago! Summer camp away sounds really fun though!

  8. Every time I clean my cast iron pans, I remember using sand to scrub out cast iron at the “cabin in the woods” day at camp.Hey, it worked!

  9. The year I was 10 I went to summer camp. I was so homesick but in the end loved it as I learned how to ride a horse and swim.

  10. I went to summer camp I think when I was 12/13. I absolutely hated it for the first few days. I was so shy, and it was hard for me to make friends because of it.. But after I warmed up I had soo much fun I didn’t wanna go home.. IM A SUSCRIBER and I’m a Mabels fan!!

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