How could we not introduce you to Skully from our Hipster Collection the week before Halloween? After all it’s his fave holiday. And yes, he knows that’s a bit of a cliché!
Here are a few of Skully’s much-loved (and often repeated) Halloween jokes, the ones that never fail to tickle his funny bone:
Q: What did the skeleton order for dinner?
A: Spare ribs!
Q: How did the skeleton know it was going to rain?
A: He could feel it in his bones!
Q: Who was the most famous skeleton detective?
A: Sherlock Bones!
He may come into his own at this time of year but Skully makes a great icon on our labels year-round. He’s the perfect icon to mark your territory (and your gear) with his signature skull and crossbones that’s just scary enough to keep your kids’ gear coming home time after time!
Meet Buster Dog from our Hipster Collection, Buster exemplifies all things dog! He’s like a dog with a bone when it comes to his love of bones and he’s always up for a walk, always.
In true hipster fashion Buster’s developed a signature tail wag that’s the envy of his pack but that – and everything else – falls by the wayside if he spots a squirrel.
Buster truly is man’s best friend and if you order our labels with Buster on them you can take him to school with you, and to restaurants, and to the library. And he’ll never chew on your shoes, instead he’ll be stuck inside them via our handy shoe labels making sure everyone knows which cool kicks are yours!
You’ve met Walter Panda from our Hipster Collection and now we’d like to introduce you to Bunny Hop. Sure you’ve seen her on our labels but did you know her motto is “keep calm and hop on”?
We like to think that each of the icons that adorn our labels have their own personality and we’ve found that’s especially true for the icons in our new Hipster Collection. So without further ado we’d like to present Walter Panda:
With the craziness of back to school – and it really is crazy – we think September may just kick us harder than December does and that’s saying something. And speaking of keeping on top of things (or not) have you labeled all the things yet? Not just your kids’ clothes and lunch gear but their pencils, notebooks, highlighters…
At this time of year we’re busy preserving all the amazing bounty that’s being harvested…tomatoes, beans, beets, peaches, apples…the list is long. And while it might seem like a lot of work now we’re motivated by the joy of opening what feels like a jar of preserved summer sunshine in the dead of winter.
We’re often asked by parents if other customers usually put a last name on labels or just an initial or first or last name only? We’ve found it’s all of the above and pretty evenly distributed among the different choices.
Along with Back to School comes back to packing lunches and rushing out the door in the morning while trying to make sure your kidlets eat something healthy for breakfast so their days get started off right. To that end we’ve scoured the web for a selection of granola bar recipes to meet all your needs
When parents ask we always suggest that kids label their backpacks and bags on the inside. Why? Well not only do most bags have a space for a label inside – so why not take advantage of it? – but also it’s more secure.
This contest is open to US & Canadian residents aged 18+ and it runs from August 8th at 7 am PST until August 15th at 7 pm PST. Read on for all the winning details and you’ll find the entry options at the bottom of this post.