The first thing I learned about summer camp was that kids take a LOT of stuff with them. And all of it needs to be marked with a label if you ever hope to see it again.
Here, four cool summer-camp themed label sets that will cover everything your kids takes along for either day or sleep-away camp. And may you never have to suffer the smells from the lost-and-found bin full of sweaty-kid stuff. –Christina
I love the retro tent-camping design on Kidecals’ Camp Labels featuring a cute tent on a die-cut decal. Made with a super-sticky adhesive that will adhere to fabric, plastic, and even inside of shoes, there are three different size sets depending on how much stuff you need them to bring home. Very affordable, Kidecals’ labels even stay stuck when they go through the dishwasher and washing machine, and they are waterproof for all those dips in the pond.
A long-time favorite of CMP readers, Mabels Labels’ Limited Edition Camp Combo is so limited, it’s only available through today! So, if you love their cool combo of Skinny Labels for food containers, Tag Mates for clothes, sticky Shoe Labels, and hanging Bag Tags, grab them now. Of course, there are many other styles and packages to chose from if you need more time to decide. Just know that parents adore them–they really do stay on as long as you need them which is what it all comes down to with labels.
You’re bringing HOW MUCH? If that’s your reaction, check out Name Bubbles’ Camp Labels Pack with over 100 labels. Including ones that will make it through the laundry, dishwasher, and don’t mind being hit with sunscreen and bugspray daily. The camo design fits in nicely with a week or two of roughing it, but, don’t worry, it’s still easy enough to see when it comes time to pack everything back up.
Tinyme’s Basic Variety Pack of camp labels come in a dizzying number of styles and colors, though I love the Woodland Creatures design for summer camp. With a bunch of vinyl, iron-on clothing labels, and clear-dot shoe overlays, the most difficult thing you have to do is pick out exactly which label you’d like. -Kristen