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Which Labels Should I Use? Get Started with the Ultimate Label Guide.



Stuck On You offer a huge selection of labels with different sizes and intended uses. We understand that it can get a bit confusing when trying to choose the best label to use so we've put together a guide to get you started!

 



Which Labels Are Best For...




Frequently Asked Questions



What is the difference between Iron On and Stick On Clothing Labels?

Iron On Clothing Labels are a permanent transfer that embeds into the weave of the fabric. The flexible material allows it to move and stretch with the fabric, essentially becoming a part of the garment. Iron On Clothing Labels are safe for the washing machine and dryer.

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Stick On Clothing Labels are a temporary solution made from woven material, with glue adhesive on the back. Simply peel off the backing and stick the label on your garment (ideally to the tag or care label). To make this a permanent solution you can iron the label down, which will cause the glue to melt and bind to the fabric. Alternatively, you could sew it to the garment. This will make it safe for the washing machine and dryer.

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What is a Multi Use Label?

Multi Use Labels are a fabric label with a sticky backing that can be used on just about anything. It’s safe for the washing machine, dryer, microwave and dishwasher. Stick to clothing and fabric for a temporary label, or make it permanent by ironing or sewing to the garment. These are great if you need to label camp bedding or school uniforms in a hurry. You can rest assured the label will stay put until you have time to iron or sew it on. These labels can also be used on food containers, lunchboxes, books and more.

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Can I add my address or phone number to a label?

There are a couple of ways to add extra details like address, phone number, email or a medical condition. Address Labels – Basic have space for four lines of text, and each line can fit up to 25 characters. Choose a font, colour and enter your desired text. Address Labels – Kids Designer have the same amount of space, however you can also choose a cute design icon to appear on the label. Both of these labels allow you to choose your preferred font. Please note, these are a paper label so they aren’t safe for the dishwasher.



For a vinyl-coated label that’s safe for the microwave and dishwasher, try a Custom Label. You’ve got 5 lines of text with space for 25 characters on each line. Choose your favourite colour combination and font and then preview how your label will look before you order.

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Can I highlight my child’s food allergy?

We have a new range of Allergy Labels and Allergy Bag Tags. These highlight the following allergies:
• Wheat
• Nut
• Dairy
• Eggs
• Seafood

Choose from a pack of 18 or 36 labels, and bring attention to teachers, carers, parents and your children’s friends. Choose a colour, font and add your child’s first name and surname.
Allergy Bag Tags cover the same range of common allergies and attach to the handle or zipper of a backpack, luggage or sports bag like a key ring. These can be personalised with a first name and surname.

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What are the best labels for school?


Uniforms

Our Iron On Clothing Labels and Stick On Clothing Labels are perfect for uniforms of all kinds (sport, school and work).

Iron On Clothing Labels are a permanent transfer that embeds into the weave of the fabric. The flexible material allows it to move and stretch with the fabric, essentially becoming a part of the garment. Iron On Clothing Labels are safe for the washing machine and dryer.

Stick On Clothing Labels are a temporary solution made from woven material, with glue adhesive on the back. Simply peel off the backing and stick the label on your garment (ideally to the tag or care label). To make this a permanent solution you can iron the label down, which will cause the glue to melt and bind to the fabric. Alternatively, you could sew it to the garment. This will make it safe for the washing machine and dryer.

We also have a range of Shoe Labels that can help your child identify their shoes, and also teach them left from right. These come in a range of shapes, sizes and colour combinations.


Pencils

If you’re looking for thin, durable name labels for pencils, try the Classic Mini/Pencil or the Cool Kids Mini/Pencil. You’ll receive 100 labels in the Classic pack, or 60 labels in the Cool Kids pack. Each pack allows you to add a first name and surname to the label, which measures 46mm x 6mm. Choose your favourite colour combination, design icon and font. These are also perfect for smaller surfaces, such as lids and medications. The size makes them very discrete, but also extremely durable.


Schoolbooks

For something a bit fun, try out Name Labels – Splat range. You’ll receive 24 labels in a wacky “splat” shape, so it almost looks like someone has thrown the label and it has landed on the book! There are lots of colour combinations to choose from, and space for a first name and last name. The labels measures approx. 55mm x 45mm.

If you need quite a few labels for school stationery, why not consider a Value Pack? The School Starter Pack has 25 x Classic Small Name Dots, 25 x Classic Iron On Clothing Labels (optional phone number included), 20 x Shoe Dots (10 pairs) and 1 x Classic Bag Tag. This will save you money and cover a few bases in one hit.

Our Kids Designer Book Labels are a lovely way to personalise books, either for school or at home. Each label is printed with the words “This book belongs to” and you can enter your child’s name underneath. Choose a font and your favourite design icon and you’ll receive 23 labels measuring 60mm x 30mm.


Allergy Labels

We have a new range of Allergy Labels and Allergy Bag Tags. These highlight the following allergies:

  • Wheat
  • Nut
  • Dairy
  • Eggs
  • Seafood

Choose from a pack of 18 or 36 labels, and bring attention to teachers, carers, parents and your children’s friends. Choose a colour, font and add your child’s first name and surname. Allergy Bag Tags cover the same range of common allergies and attach to the handle or zipper of a backpack, luggage or sports bag like a keyring. These can be personalised with a first name and surname.

 

The Best Labels for use around Home

 

What are the best labels for home?


Food containers

Classic Dot Name Labels are a nice size for food containers, and you can order these printed with both a first name and surname. You’ll receive 50 labels in a pack, measuring around 25mm in diameter. They sit nicely on lids, containers and are microwave and dishwasher safe.

Clear Large Name Labels are great, because you just have one line of text available. So you could simply type your surname, and then you’ve got a handy microwave and dishwasher safe label. Choose what colour you’d like the text to appear, and it will arrive printed on a clear name label. It’s a good “grownup” option because you don’t need to add a cute design icon.


Freezer

Write On Stick On labels are a great labelling solution for freezer containers. Simply fold back the tab and write the name of the dish on the label. You could even add the date you popped the item in the freezer. Use a marker or even a ballpoint pen for this. Peel off the backing paper and smooth down the laminate cover. Now you’ve got a waterproof, scratchproof label that is both microwave and dishwasher safe.


Linen and towels

If you’re sending the kids away on camp, it’s a good idea to label all towels, sheets, sleeping bags and other items to ensure they are returned safely.

Multi Use Labels – Gelati Mini are a discrete sized label measuring approximately 46mm x 6mm. The fabric label can be stuck down temporarily, or made permanent by sewing or ironing to your chosen item. They’re great for shared items like beach towels, bath towels, camping gear and overnight bags. The fabric label is safe for the washing machine and dryer, but it’s also safe to use in the dishwasher and microwave so you aren’t just restricted to using these on linen. Choose from a pack of 50 or 100 mini labels, and with two lines of text you could get creative and enter “The Smiths” (inserting your own family name in the second text box).


Home Office

Basic Address Labels are a large label (48mm x 20mm) but there’s space to add 4 lines of text. The Address Labels are paper labels with a scratch-resistent coating making them perfect to keep in your desk to quickly and easily pop return address stickers on envelopes and parcels.

 

The Best Labels for Daycare, Kindergarten and Preschool
 

What are the best labels for daycare?

When your little one is too young to recognise their name, it’s all about the design icon. We have an enormous range of icons available, many of them in familiar designs that will appear to small children including food, animals and sports gear. It’s a great way to help them to start being aware of their own belongings, ensuring nothing ends up in the Lost Property box. A name label is also vital for carers and teachers so that they can quickly identify what belongs to each child.


Shoes and socks

Children are notorious for kicking off their shoes and socks at every opportunity! Shoe Labels in Gelati or Kids Designer style are a great choice, and you can add your child’s favourite icon to each label. You’ll receive 20 labels in each pack (10 pairs) and these have a scratchproof, sweat resistant coating.

Iron On Sock Labels measure just 5cm but are still easy to read despite this tiny size. Iron inside the top of each sock and prevent mix-ups between children who all wear the same colour socks to daycare, kinder and school. There are 20 labels in each pack, so you can label 10 pairs of socks at once. Assign each child a certain colour so that they can recognise their socks even if they are too young to read their name yet.

 

Hats

No hat, no play! Make sure you aren’t replacing expensive hats this year by clearly labelling it before the hot weather arrives. Stick On Clothing Labels – Gelati Large are a good size for hats, and can be stuck inside the rim. These fabric labels are safe for the washing machine and dryer, and can be ironed on for added durability. There are 50 labels in each pack.


Drink bottle

If your child is required to bring their own drink bottle to daycare our Shaped Label is a fun option. Choose from 25 different shapes (4 varieties in each choice) and brighten up a blank bottle. There are 40 labels in each pack, measuring approximately 4cm. These are safe for the microwave and dishwasher, and obviously won’t come unstuck when wet. These labels are also great for lunchboxes and books.

 

The Best Labels for Kids Clothes
 

What are the best labels for clothing?


Write On Iron On Labels

Write On Iron On labels allow you to mix it up and write different names on each label. Using a marker or ballpoint ben, write your desired name on the label. Peel it off and place it on your garment. Think carefully about where you want the label to go. Some people find it easy to iron their label on the tag, because they’re so clearly visible. Take the provided parchment paper from your packet and place it over the top. Using a hot iron, smooth it over the parchment paper for a few seconds. You can even flip your garment over and iron the back for extra adhesion. Now you’ve got a long-lasting label that’s safe to use in both washing machines and dryers. If you lose your parchment paper or it becomes worn, you can easily use greaseproof kitchen paper in its place.

Clothing Labels


Our Iron On Clothing Labels and Stick On Clothing Labels are perfect for uniforms of all kinds (sport, school and work).

Iron On Clothing Labels are a permanent transfer that embeds into the weave of the fabric. The flexible material allows it to move and stretch with the fabric, essentially becoming a part of the garment. Iron On Clothing Labels are safe for the washing machine and dryer.

Stick On Clothing Labels are a temporary solution made from woven material, with glue adhesive on the back. Simply peel off the backing and stick the label on your garment (ideally to the tag or care label). To make this a permanent solution you can iron the label down, which will cause the glue to melt and bind to the fabric. Alternatively, you could sew it to the garment. This will make it safe for the washing machine and dryer.


Shoe Labels

We also have a range of Shoe Labels that can help your child identify their shoes, and also teach them left from right. These come in a range of shapes, sizes and colour combinations.

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