Mabel’s Labels Review

Like most parents, I struggle to keep all of my kids’ stuff together for school and extracurricular activities. It seems like there is just so much: gym shoes, lunchboxes, homework folders, dance bags and soccer gear, to name a few. And it never fails that we leave something behind or mistakenly take home someone else’s stuff that looks the same as my kids’. That’s why I am thankful to have Mabel’s Labels.

Mabel's Labels

Mabel’s Labels Ultimate Back-to-School Combo

Mabel’s Labels makes a label for every item you can imagine the kids will need. There are labels for shoes and clothing, tags for backpacks, microwave- and dishwasher-safe labels, and even writeable labels you can customize as needed. For my son’s last year in pre-K, I chose the Ultimate Back-to-School Combo.

The Ultimate Back-to-School Combo includes 40 Skinny-Minis, 50 Tag Mates, 16 Shoes Labels and two Teeny Tags. So far, I’ve put the Teeny Tag on his backpack, shoe labels in his shoes (duh!), Skinny-Minis on his homework folder, lunchbox and water bottle for soccer, and a Tag Mate on his soccer team shirt. As the school year progresses, I’m sure there will be more opportunities to use his Mabel’s Labels.

I never imagined that I would need a product like Mabel’s Labels, but I am thrilled to have them in my bag of “mom” tricks. As any mother knows, having something to ease the task of keeping track of the kids’ stuff is a welcome asset!

You, too, can get your own Ultimate Back-to-School Combo of Mabel’s Labels for your kids. Just click here, and order yours today! But hurry, because the Ultimate Back-to-School Combo says goodbye on Sept. 30!

Disclosure: Mabel’s Labels provided Karon with a personalized Ultimate Back-to-School Combo for the purpose of this review. All opinions are those of the author.


  1. I don’t have labels on her school stuff, but I can see why they are so useful!

  2. I was just thinking that I need to label our shoes and jackets. The boys take them off to do indoor jumpy houses and other shoe-less activities and with their shoes becoming more and more expensive as they get older.. I want them labelled so someone doesn’t run off with the wrong pair.

  3. We switched our son from his small private preschool to a small public elementary school where it’s a lot easier for things to get lost. Plus he has a number of food allergies and the allergy alert labels are a blessing!

  4. Melissa Smith says:

    I so wish i would’ve known about this before the start of the school year. It’s okay though, since there’s always next year! And I have 50 million other things that could use labels, LOL.

  5. I so love Mabel’s Labels – the quality is amazing and their customer service rocks!! I got the labels for my spice jars and love them!

  6. Mabel’s Labels are the best. We use them for all kinds of things, even older kids use them. great company and product.

  7. I never realized the importance of labeling clothes until my nephew entered elementary school – it’s very easy for jackets and hoodies to get lost in the sauce. It’s better to have a name on something so that it has an easier time getting back to the proper owner.

  8. I love Mabel’s Labels, they are so adorable and durable!! They make the ordering process really easy too!

  9. This sounds like a great product. I wish had it when my kids were younger. I actually wish use it on a few things they have now.

  10. I’ve always loved the quality of their labels!

  11. We love Mabel’s Labels here. We got the Young Scholars collection. So cute!

  12. Those are cute!

  13. What a neat product, I may have to order for next year! Thanks for sharing!

  14. So nice to have an easy way to label kid stuff without having to use a permanent marker.

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