PJ set | Large Backpack | Library Bag | Flash Cards
I’m a sucker for personalized products…especially when it’s for my son. When you add a name or monogram to clothes, toys or accessories– it really adds a special touch. Today, I wanted to share a company that does just that with some great products. Perfect for baby showers, birthdays, back to school, holiday gifts or just because. (And keep on reading for a fun giveaway!)
Stuck On You has been in business for over 22 years and operates in over 15 countries around the world. Name labels were the product that started their business and remain their highest selling to date, which is ideal for kiddos in school/daycare. A cute and unique non-fading label sure beats a name written in Sharpie right?!
They make it all from clothing labels and bag tags to shoe labels and lunch boxes/bags and more. They also carry other products like wall planners, photo gifts, canvas wall art, bibs, wooden name puzzles, book bags and drink bottles.
I got the chance to create some fun products for Bryce, and we’ve been loving them! Not only are they adorable, but they are durable and well made. Take a look…
These PJs are hands down, the cutest thing ever. Bryce has the size 2 and it fits well, with the pants styled to be more fitted. You can personalize everything from the name, design and font. Lots of options. These come in the long sleeve pant/shirt version (we have this pair too) and short sleeve shirt/short version in blue/gray and in pink. AND– these are currently on sale for half off so get ’em while they’re hot!
These flash cards are great for a kiddo looking to learn their letters or numbers as they come in a 32 piece ABC set or a 24 piece 123 set. You can pick from a pink or blue color scheme and personalize with your child’s name. The cards are a thicker card stock and have rounded corners and come with a cute felt bag that is personalized too. These would make such a fun gift for a birthday party or holiday gift and are under $20.
The drawstring library bag is made of a durable canvas and is perfect for hauling books or toys, but is also great for pool days since the inside has a water resistant lining. You can personalize it by choosing from a range of option including your child’s name, color, design and font. And this large backpack is made of the same durable canvas and is fully waterproof on the inside. It has a roomy front pocket, and a elasticized book compartment and mesh drink bottle holder on the inside. We loved the matching blue color and design on both bags but opted for initials on the backpack. So cute and functional too!
Want to win a personalized large backpack from Stuck on You? Well, I’m giving one away to a lucky winner! Enter using the Rafflecopter widget below. A winner will be selected at random in one week. US only, please. Good luck! And be sure to shop all the cute (and practical!) Stuck on You products! >>>
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So cute! So many ideas for gifts!
Agreed- something personalized makes it that much more fun!
Morrighan Crowe says
I would choose the blue/green bag.
ashley perez says
Love the blue/green bag :)
Susan D. says
I love the flamingo pink backpack!
dianne hall says
I would get the blue one for my son!
Those pjs are so cute and love the backpack! Dusty blue would be my choice.
I’d like to have the LARGE BOOKBAG- inFLAMINGO PINK.
Elizabeth nichols says
Nicki Joseph says
I love the one you chose!
Melanie H says
So cute, I’d get the blue one!
Tiffany Banks says
I would choose a pink one for my daughter
Id go with an initial too. I like the look and I think it grows up well. I like the one you’ve got but would let J pick it out for himself.
Julie Terry says
I am all about the pink!
I would pick the gray
Kayla Klontz says
I would choose flamingo pink.
Elicia P says
Oh my, LOVE that pj shirt. I say that to my kids every night.
I would chose the dusky -blue.
Brandon Sparks says
Pink would be great