My Nametags sent both girls a set off personalised nametags which they both designed themselves! Nametags are a must especially when you have children of school age. Eva is known for losing her School Uniform and we have spent hundreds replacing it all. Whilst that does seem to have stopped this year I’m still not taking any chances so I jumped at the chance to review a set of nametags for both girls.
Ordering From My Nametags
Ordering personalised nametags from My Nametags is nice and simple with just a few steps. My Nametags have a range of options and nametags available including Design your own for £11.95 per set of tags + £1.00 P&P. You can pick from Coloured Stickers, Coloured Iron-on, Black & White Stickers, Black & White Iron-on or a mixture of coloured stickers and black & white iron-on nametags. We chose coloured Stickers and designed our own. Choosing this option lets you enter up to 3 lines of text, a font & font colour. Moving on to the design of the sticker you can pick an icon from an extensive list. You can then pick a background and add to your basket.
Our Personalised Nametags
Eva choose to add her first & last name along with her class in the handwriting font in pink. She then chose a dog icon which reminds her of Saphy along with a flowery pink background. They turned out really well and she loves them. We have already started adding them to her uniform & school bag and they look great. I’ve blurred out the girls last names for this post.
Izzy decided on her name in handwriting font in pink too. She then choose a strawberry on a field background. Whilst Izzy isn’t in nursery yet nametags are still useful especially for things like books! She couldn’t wait to stick her name in her new Peppa Pig’s adventure Brochure book.
We’ve teamed up with My Nametags to offer our readers a set of personalised nametags* too! So enter below to win!
*Please note this does not include licensed products.