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November 30, 2016

Avery Labels for holiday shipping and mailing season

Avery labels are quite handy to have when we wrap gifts, as we can customize them easily on the computer and stick it on to our gifts, packages and envelopes. I enjoy using the Avery labels website to customize a variety of labels to place on gifts that we plan to present to family, friends and colleagues this holiday season.

August 19, 2014

Label It With Kidecals

Back to School time is right around the corner. I like getting the supplies we have bought for back to school ready and organized with labels. Kidecals has lots of colourful personalized labels that are dishwasher, washing machine, and dryer safe. These labels stick to any surface and can be used on clothing, backpacks, toys, devices, and more.

May 17, 2012

Buoy tags: Labels for Apple Cables

Cables are the hardest to organize, especially when it comes to Apple cables which looks similar.  These Buoy tags are a solution to this problem.  It clears the clutter and helps us keep the cables neat and tidy.  It also helps us identify what the cables are for and whom it belongs to.

In a family where many members own similar Apple products, these cable tags help avoid arguments and confusion on who the cable belongs to.  And these tags are definitely helping us :)  
These cables would be good in schools and offices to help identify and protect the cables from getting lost.

The package comes with a set of pre-printed letters and colour swatches that can be placed into the clear plastic part of the tag.  We can also customize and personalize our own letters and colours using the these templates.

There are two small pieces of plastic that snap together to hold the cable.  It is pretty simple and comes with clear instructions on how to place the tags.  We select the initials or colour swatches we prefer then place it face down in the transparent portion of the tag.  Then we place the cable on the red part of the tag and snap the transparent part of the tag over it with the cable in-between the tags.  
We can move the tags after placing to any position we like.  There is a video on the Buoy Tag site to show how the tags work.  I would prefer if there were more than 3 tags in a pack.  These Apple cable tags are available to purchase online

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