Name Bubbles Review and Giveaway

As many of you know, I’m a working mama. I teach preschool every day, and Garrett goes with me, to the “baby class” as we call it. There’s 7 kids in the baby class, and that means 7 kids worth of baby stuff. And babies have a lot of stuff.

Each baby in the class has two cubbies and a hook. One cubby is for bottles, cups, and snacks, and the other cubby is for extra clothing, blankets, etc, and the hook is for their jackets and bags. I opt to keep most of Garrett’s stuff in his backpack/diaper bag, but obviously a lot gets taken out through the day. I have Garrett’s bottles labelled with InchBug labels, but there’s a lot more things that need to be kept together.

This is where Name Bubbles comes in. I’ve seen these labels before. Some of the students in my class have them, and honestly, if they all had them, it would make my life immensely easier. I have 16 kids in my class and I’ll be damned if I can keep track of everything they bring with them every day. I try to label them with markers, but this hardly ever works. Here’s why…

  • I sometimes can’t find a place to label. Tags can be too small, cut off, etc.
  • Some parents don’t like their kids stuff to be written on. Some intend to resell items at consignment stores/sales and this devalues the item or in some instances, makes them unacceptable to be resold.
  • Some of my kids have the same first name, or the same initials.
  • Marker rubs or washes off of some items.
  • My markers get really dried out, really fast when writing on fabric.

Name Bubbles makes it so much easier. All you do is apply them to a clean dry surface, smooth out any air pockets (which I found to be a non-issue when I applied mine), and allow it to rest for 24 hours before washing. Done! Name Bubbles can be removed by peeling them and if they’ve been on there awhile, some rubbing alcohol will help get them off. Could not be easier!

Name Bubbles also has fundraising opportunities that are great for schools, camps, teams, and daycares, which I think is awesome and is a fundraiser I think would raise a lot of money since it’s such a useful product. (I almost always support fundraising efforts, but I don’t always contribute a large amount since the things being offered aren’t something I’ll actually need. Know what I’m saying?)

Share Labels Pack comes with all of this!

Name Bubbles has offered a Share Labels Pack (value $35.88) for one reader.

This pack includes:

  • One design, up to six names
  • 90 Labels total
  • Both Laundry and Dishwasher Safe Labels

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About Ashley

Ashley is the newest writer for One Little Mister. She is a 25 year old preschool teacher and first time mother to son Garrett. Her interests include breastfeeding, crafting, researching child growth and development topics until all hours of the night, drinking lots of coffee, and talking about cricket on twitter.


  1. Janet W. says:

    I would label my grandsons things for preschool like his backpack, clothing, supplies, etc.

  2. My kids’ clothes that go to preschool!

  3. I’d label daycare items.

  4. latanya says:

    labeling my son’s clothing

  5. Anne Perry says:

    Green toys trucks

  6. Rochel S. says:

    My son’s clothes!

  7. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I’d be labeling backpacks, snack/sandwich bags, outwear, school supplies, and the list goes on! :-)

  8. Rachel A. says:

    my son’s clothes

  9. Rachel A. says:

    my son’s clothes when he gets older

  10. amy rouse says:

    I’d give to my daughter to use for my grandsons lunch items. Everything he takes to school has to be labeled

  11. Kate O'Brien says:

    I’d use it for clothes.

  12. Jayme H. says:

    I’d use them on diaper bag items for our trips out. I have a tendency to forget and leave things places.


  13. Lunches

  14. I’d label items for potlucks.

  15. These would be great to keep all the kids clothes separate! A lot of the time their clothes end up in each other’s closets because they are so close in size. This would be a great help in stopping some of the fighting over whose is whose!

  16. Diane Cooper says:

    Everything that goes to kindergarten with my grandson would get labeled.

  17. Saver Sara says:

    My son’s food containers.

  18. Lenora D says:

    I would use them on their bike stuff and school supplies.

  19. my kids clothes they are getting ready to go to camp this summer

  20. domestic diva says:

    My kid’s school supplies.

  21. Merrell says:

    I’d label everything!

  22. carla g says:

    school supplies! particularly bookbags. I had a teacher write nice and bold my son’s name in SHarpie on his brand new lands end bookbag and I nearly cried. thankfully, we got it off after MANY attempts!

  23. Backpacks, lunch bags, everything!!! :)

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