Giveaway: $25 Gift Certificate to Applied Labels (closed)

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Parents, you know how there are unwritten rules of parenthood that every.single.parent should somehow just know?  You know, the ones like “don’t wake a sleeping baby,” “no candy before dinner,” and “keep your child rear facing as long as possible.”  My parent friends did not share with me one very important tip for parenting: Every child’s household needs labels!

It is not a surprise that I am frugal…..this is a couponing blog afterall.  I have always wanted to try the cutesie little labels that work perfectly on sippy cups, water bottles, shoes, and lunch boxes, but honestly, I was too cheap to try these because I thought they were too much money for something that wasn’t going to work well or last long.  When we received a batch of Applied Labels to try I instantly fell in love and realized the errors of my frugality.

Applied Labels are ultra durable and dishwasher-safe, laundry-safe, and free of lead, DEHP, and BPA.  Hands down they beat the permanent marker I used to use!

We love our Applied Labels LLC products!  The quality is terrific.  The printing was crisp and clear.  Many different packages are available so you can get just a few labels or a large combo package.  When my girls take sippy cups to the gym it is so easy to identify their cups.  I put a name tag label in their coats and we have avoided the lost and found this year!  Really, why didn’t I have these from the first moment I became a parent?

Luckily, one of you gets to spend $25 at Applied Labels!

Due to popular request, this giveaway will be conducted via Google Documents.  Comments on this post do not count for entry into this giveaway contest – you must fill in the Google form. However, please feel free to leave a comment saying that you entered.  This comment can later be used as a reference in case you want to check if you have entered this giveaway or not.

Win it!

Prize: $25 Applied Labels LLC gift certificate

Number of Winners: 1

Giveaway End Date: March 9, 2011 at 11:59:59 PM EDT

Eligibility: This giveaway is open to residents of the U.S. and Canada.  No P.O. Boxes.  Winners will be subject to the one copy per household rule, which means that if they win the same title in two or more contests, they will receive only one copy of the title (or one set in the case of grouped giveaways) in the mail.

Random Selection: Three winners will randomly be chosen and will be notified via email. They will each have 48 hours to respond to that email or another winner will be chosen.

All entries must be entered using the Google form. If the Google form does not load on this site, please go here to view it and enter this giveaway.

Mandatory Entry

What item are you most excited to stick an Applied Label to?

Additional Entries: (just in case you want them)

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Disclaimer: The product feature in this review was provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or representing PR firm. Opinions expressed are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.  The sponsor of this giveaway is responsible for prize fulfillment.

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  1. says

    A friend of mine has these with just her last name on them. They get stuck to all sorts of stuff like the serving spoon they bring to potlucks and the kids’ cameras.