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Easy label making with the STAMP ‘n STICK + Giveaway

by | Apr 5, 2022 | Giveaways, Just Kids, Product Reviews | 59 comments

Easy label making is a MUST in our home. With 3 kids, all in school, I often forget to order everyone’s labels in time and we always seem to be running low on clothing labels… Plus, labels are EXPENSIVE! Until I’ve found a DIY “one-for-all” stamp kit that saves me time and money. Both, a win in this mama’s eyes!

The STAMP ‘n STICK!

Making labels for school has never been easier and my crafty side is having a lot of fun too…

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How does it work?

Your STAMP ‘n STICK kit comes with everything needed for easy label making…

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Each kit includes:
  • Your stamp: An easy-to-use, old-school, press-down stamp that can be used over and over again.
  • A letter & number set with fun icons and a pair of tweezers: The font is easy to read and I LOVE using the pair of tweezers provided to create our girls’ names. Each also picked out a little icon they liked the most, which is especially handy for young ones that may not be able to read their own names yet. Being able to swap letters also means I only need 1 stamp for all of the kids.
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  • An ink cartridge: The ink is dermatologically tested and rated “excellent” to ensure no rashes or reactions even to the most sensitive skins. Just a little extra peace of mind, especially when labeling items for babies.
  • 1m of Iron fleece and a set of 30 durable stickers in 2 sizes: Narrow – 40x10mm & Large – 10x15mm. The stickers are soft, scratch-free and easy to peel and stamp. Thanks to the “smart positioning guide” that helps you create precise labels every time.
  • Easy to follow instructions: From setting up your stamp, to creating your labels (with 4 options/suggestions to get you inspired), to inserting the ink cartridge and anything else you may be wondering about. STAMP ‘n STICK covers it all in 5 easy steps.
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Easy label making for a variety of surfaces (and items).

  • The black textile ink (included in the kit) can be stamped directly onto clothes and is machine washable up to 95°C. It’s the number ONE reason I use our stamp so often – regularly marking clothes just before our girls need to get dressed. (Last minute moms, I know you can relate…)
  • When stamped onto the “iron fleece” (also included in the kit) the ink stays put at up to 60°C. These work great for darker colours and knitwear.
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  • The stickers (yes, also included) are also DISHWASHER SAFE up to 75°C when applied to plastics – making it a great label for lunchboxes. They are of course fantastic for all those other stationery bits too.
  • Stamp onto paper when covering books or even gifts and cards to teachers and friends.
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Price and where to buy:

A STAMP ‘n STICK kit retails for around R 346, with refill kits at only R 190.

Both are available at Makro, most stationery stores and can also be purchased online via

Could anything be better?

We ran out of stickers and iron-on fleece FAST! I would definitely recommend buying a refill kit, or two, with your STAMP ‘n STICK. The refill kits include a fresh ink cartridge, 1m of iron fleece and 40 stickers.

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Now, Let’s get you label making too?

Win your own STAMP ‘n STICK kit!

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Congratulations retha Roodt!

How to enter

Complete one of these steps OR both of them for more chances to win.

  1. Leave a comment HERE telling us what you’ll be labeling first. OPTIONAL: Also, be sure you’re following STAMP ‘n STICK on Instagram.
  2. Visit our Facebook Page. Follow the instructions under this post.
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COMPETITION RULES: 

  1. Only entries via Facebook and comments left below will be considered.
  2. Facebook is in no way responsible or associated with this giveaway.
  3. The competition is only open to South African residents residing in South Africa. 
  4. Winners must be 18+ years old.
  5. This competition closes on the 19th of April 2022.
  6.  The winner will be picked at random and announced after the 19th of April 2022 via social media and on this blog post
  7. This prize is not exchangeable or refundable.
  8. Please enter valid email and contact info. If we can not get hold of you within 48 hours a new winner will be picked.
  9. The greatest care will be taken when mailing your prize but neither Just a Mamma nor STAMP ‘n STICK accept any responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged goods.

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59 Comments

  1. Stephanie de Vos

    My little one is 4 so ALL her clothes!!!! Especially socks 😂😂

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    • Terri-lee Falken

      I will be labelling my son Lunchbox and Water bottle he uses at crèche.

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      • Nicole Hamman-Forrest

        I’ll be labeling everything.
        This is perfect for our twins.
        As we already got a waterbottle from school thats not ours we will definitely be labeling everthing that goes to school. Maybe also label the medicine for what its for and all my own things while I’m at it.
        Can I sommer label my kids as mine too please?! 😉♥️

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      • Mart-Mari Bosch

        My 2 jarige trek 3 keer n dag nuwe klere aan want ons speel net TE lekker by die skool. So ja… die klere gaan ek eerste merk.

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      • Retha Roodt

        I will be labeling everything for my new twins, clothes, blankets etc. Making sure when they are off to daycare nothing will be lost.

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        • Sharleen Deacon

          Will label all my grandsons clothing and stuff he takes to school

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      • Tina

        EVERYTHING 😄 my boy is 3 and his sister is 1 so everything from clothes to ,school bag, lunch box en water bottles

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      • Julie Jones

        I will definitely be labelling my daughter’s clothes!

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    • Janine Kruger

      All my daughters school clothes, I still haven’t had a chance to iron on labels since Jan this year! 😱

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    • Gerna

      All Angelica ‘s stuff for school

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  2. Annelize

    I will be labeling my daughter clothes first! ❤️❤️❤️

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    • Simone

      I will definitely label my toddlers clothing first and help my sister label my nieces stationery ❤

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      • Keri Thompson

        Where has this been my whole life 🥲 … I’ll label EVERYTHING – including my “Stamp n Sticker” 😁

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      • Chanel

        I will be labeling all 3 of my kids clothes ,bottles, lunch bags, shoes etc for crèche. 3 kids under 4

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    • Rachelle Hajjam

      I would literally label everything 😂 from clothes to stationary to lunch boxes, juice bottles, dummies, books and of course clothes!!! I think this is soooo awesome😬

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      • Luichyn Swarts

        I would label the inside of my sons shoes

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    • colette Scott

      Ek moet so een kry!

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      • Lynette

        I will definitely be labeling everything and anything 😅 definitely stationary

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    • Lorelle

      Books, clothes & bday gifts! LOVE LOVE LOVE The stamp n stick! So practical & affordable! Thanks for making mommies lives easier ❤️

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  3. Jen

    This looks awesome! I think I’d label everything I walk past! And then definitely my kids school stuff 🤣

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  4. Laura Van Durme

    I’ll be labeling all of my sons sweaters, he always gets hot so he doesn’t like keeping it on!

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  5. Sonya

    Oh gosh, where do I start? All our clothes, especially tees and socks. My girl is into big baggy t-shirts and the rest of the family’s tees always ends up in her cupboard. We would be very happy to have our stuff back.

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  6. Carike Jordaan

    Definitely water bottels and stationary

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  7. Anel

    Water bottles! They always get lost 💦

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  8. Daleen Hamman

    Alles!!! Absoluut alles!!!!

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  9. Kim Hoffe

    I’ve just had to purchase winter uniforms for my two daughters, so those will definitely be labeled first!

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  10. Angelique

    In need of way to make labeling easier for my little ones school stationary and clothing. This is perfect and super convenient.

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  11. Courtney Goosen

    My daughter is almost 2 and I will be labelling her clothed first which I always seem to do last minute with a marker

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  12. Martina

    My crafty soul is having a dance! This is awesome! I will definitely start from stationary items and clothes. Then water bottles and hats – who knows how many we have lost over the years! Love the convenience of having it at home and being able to use it every time I need it, without experiencing that late-night-panic shopping to order labels online 🥳

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  13. Tamaryn Bell

    Will be labeling my girls new winter clothes! Every season is an upgraded wardrobe when they’re so young and it would be great to have a stamp to mark it all! I also had an operation on my hand (dominant hand) and am not allowed to use it for 6 more weeks so my usual marker method has been unachievable

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  14. Menantau Pierneef

    Starting off… I will mark my son and daughter’s clothes and shoes first! When they start playing at school they leave these around everywhere!!

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  15. Kellyn

    Definitely the socks and onties first and then all my kids water bottles that seem to never return from school.

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    • Asheeqah

      Will definitely use it to label my little one’s stationery and clothing.

      Reply
  16. Franci Groenewald

    Ons het ‘n Gr1tjie die jaar. Dis skryfbehoeftes en klere. By die huis wil ek ook almal se kryte label, want die tweeling vat heeltyd mekaar se goed. Sal verseker dinge makliker maak!

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    • Mariette

      I have great aspirations to become more organised and label things at home (baskets, medicine storage etc) and of course all the kiddies stuff (clothes etc)

      Reply
  17. Lorelle

    Books, clothes & bday gifts! LOVE LOVE LOVE The stamp n stick! So practical & affordable! Thanks for making mommies lives easier ❤️

    Reply
  18. Nicole (@thenikadiaries)

    My daughter starts school soon and I will definitely want to use it on all her stationary, lunch stuff and clothes! … And try it out on a few of my own storage containers.

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  19. Misha Tichelaar

    Clothes clothes and more clothes. Not sure how 1 tiny human can loose so much clothes 😂🤯

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    • Hope Wing

      I would label my kids stationary

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  20. Shaaista Mahomed

    This looks super easy! I hate when you buy the packs of stationery labels and run out of one child labels but still have for the other. Will definitely use this on the kids school clothes. Especially the school socks. Those always get mix up between the kids

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  21. Jorina

    This is a MUST HAVE!!!

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  22. Jorina

    Will be labelling anything and everything that goes to school, my Gr1 kid is forever losing his belongings.

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  23. Nikki

    I’ll definitely be labelling socks first as I have been looking for a way to label these, especially on the days that they do swimming at school.

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  24. Elricka

    OOOOOO dit is ‘n mamma moet! love dit!! Sal dit graag wil wen.

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    • Glynnis

      My grandkids shoes is the first thing I’ll be labelling there’s 4 of them so it’s always an argument whose is whose as they match

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  25. Hannah van Zyl

    My toddlers lunchbox and bottle and then all her clothes and everything else 🙂

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  26. Kaylee

    Definitely my toddlers clothing. With packing extra clothes for pre school everyday, there is always something in lost property. Potty training involves so many change of clothes, so you can only imagine what ends up in the Lost n found box. Also, the hubby’s lunch boxes for work… I’m always having to ask for them to be returned hahaha.

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  27. Caley

    Absolutely love this!! We’ve been using a similar stamp for years and it’s been the best “back to school” investment x

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  28. Haseena Saleh

    Wow I have never thought labelling would’ve gotten easier as time progresses- I still remember the time my mother would use cotton and sew a little corner of a sock or clothing item to indicate which clothing belong to who- my clothes always had a Purple colour thread … I am looking forward to being able to go past that trend and label my daughters clothes in a neat manner especially since my elder daughter will be attending preschool soon! I really hope I could win this – but if not I will definitely buy one ☝🏼 because who knew how easy this is

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  29. Michelle Mulligan

    I will definitely start with my girls’ pile of unmarked clothing 😍

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  30. Luichyn Swarts

    I will stamping my sons clothing labels

    P.S I don’t have an Instagram account

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  31. petro

    oooo please i am so tired of my daugther losing her stuff at school

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  32. petro hamblin

    shooooes

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  33. Natasha Smith

    Definitely our very expensive school uniform for sure! And then absolutely everything else that goes to school! How conveniant!

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  34. Bronwyn McPhail

    I will definitely be labelling the kids new lunchboxes and their school uniforms! what a cool looking tool!

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  35. Tanya van Rensburg

    I’ll be labeling literally everything! When you have a toddler at school you need to label all their belongings. The stamp n stick will come in very handy!

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  36. Diana

    Definitely starting with white socks! I always find them difficult to mark and then don’t even land up marking them! 🙈

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  37. Natasha Wilson

    my littles clothes and shoes for school

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  38. Marile Seyffert

    Kinders se klere en nogmaals klere

    Reply

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