Don’t Lose Your Kids Stuff with Punkaboo (review & giveaway)

The other week I sent Cam to school with a lunchable. I totally gave into peer pressure when Cam whined to me “Mooooommmm, everyone else gets a pizza lunchable for lunch. Can I have one, pleeeeeaaaasssseeee!” I gave in. It’s was a “treat”…don’t call me a bad mom.

In this lunchable was also a dessert, an airhead candy (ok, so maybe that’s a bad mom move, but again, it’s a treat. Ok, no, it’s just bad mom behavior, so sue me). Anyhow Cam is not allowed to have candy at school so the teacher put it in his pouka (his box where his drawings and any notes for home go) then I was going to grab it and Cam could enjoy it at a later time.

This one day the candy was gone! So was Cam’s paperwork. A busy, and probably tired, mom had inadvertently taken the contents of Cam’s box instead of her son’s. Cam was bummed. No candy. I felt bad. I got him a treat on the way home…hey, I’m not winning any trophies here, right?

The moral of the story is that if I had used these awesome name stickers on everything imaginable that gets sent to school, including pieces of his lunch, Cam would have not lost his candy, I would not have had to stop on the way home and buy a lollipop (it was organic does that count?) and all would be well with the world.

Well, Leah is starting preschool in July so I am getting ready in advance with Punkaboo waterproof labels.  I received them for a review and you bet I’ll be using these cute stickers on her shoes, water bottle, blanket and lunch box, including her bento box inside and yes candy if I decide to send some…which I will NOT do (bad mommy! bad!).

Our Punkaboo labels have lasted through the dishwasher, being out and about, even multiple trips to the beach. The labels are bright, available in a ton of adorable designs and are big enough for me (and other moms) to see.

You can find the entire line of Punkaboo labels and tags at

DISCOUNT! Stock up and use the code BLOG10 for 10% off (thanks Punkaboo!)


One reader will win a Punkaboo Gift Package which  includes ONE Sheet of Small Waterproof Labels, ONE Sheet of Large Waterproof Labels and TWO Bag Tags.  Items will be personalized for up to two people.  Winner can select from any Punkaboo design!  Waterproof Labels are Dishwasher, Microwave, & Pool safe!

How to enter:

Share as story of one time you really needed a label on your or your kids stuff.

Extra Entries: (leave a new comment for each that you do)

  • Join Punkaboo on Facebook and become a fan
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Deadline: 3/31

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This product review was made possible by the Double Duty Divas.  I was not compensated for this review other than a product sample provided by Punkaboo. All opinions are 100% mine.


  1. Aren’t these great!! :)
    .-= Cecelia´s last blog ..Our New Putumayo Kids Pick: Jazz Playground {Music for Kids} =-.

  2. I’m a subscriber

  3. I once lost a stroller at an amusement park because some other lady took ours by mistake. She came back a few minutes later after she realized it wasn’t hers but those labels sure would have came in handy!

  4. Crystal H says:

    Guess I was supposed to put that in two comments…I did two entries :o)

  5. Following Punkaboo on Facebook and I could really use some of those bag tags for our travel bags and waterproof labels for the kids drink cups when we go out

  6. I’m a subscriber

  7. My son has a lot of little cousins and it’s basically a germ fest when everyone hangs out together drinking from each others sippy cups. I’d love to label all his stuff!

  8. Facebook fan of Punkaboo. Thanks

  9. email subscriber. thanks!

  10. We’re moving in a month or so to a neighborhood that has a pool so I’m sure these will come ion hand there and when my oldest starts preschool this fall. Thanks for the giveaway!

  11. I subscribe by email.

  12. I follow punkaboo on Twitter (nadicherie)

  13. When my firstborn started preschool 3 years ago, I realized I really needed to label all of his stuff: from sport bottle to shirts and shoes and bag.

  14. Vickie Couturier says:

    Subscribe to The Ohana Mama email

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  16. Vickie Couturier says:

    Follow Pnkaboo on Twitter @vickiecouturier

  17. Vickie Couturier says:

    I am a fan of Punkaboo on Facebook vickiecouturier

  18. Vickie Couturier says:

    My son went splunking with the boy scouts when he was young,he is now 35,when those boys came back,it was nothing but red mud,no one had labels ,so we moms had to go thru all that muddy stuff to idenify our sons stuff,yucky!!! if we had labels back then it wouldnt have been so bad


  19. Whether I am happy about it or not, our daughter starts daycare next month…so my story hasn’t happened yet! But I have been searching for name stickers online for the last week…does that count? = )
    .-= Jenny´s last blog ..Lucky Ducky =-.

  20. Following Punkaboo on twitter as @MamaDweeb
    .-= Annie @ Mama Dweeb´s last blog ..Better Baskets from Hersheys for Children’s Miracle Network =-.

  21. Fan of Punkaboo on facebook as annie shultz
    .-= Annie @ Mama Dweeb´s last blog ..Better Baskets from Hersheys for Children’s Miracle Network =-.

  22. I had a bright colored luggage tag on my run-of-the-mill blue suitcase and glad I did! Another lady almost (accidently) ran off with my suitcase. I recognized that bright pink polka dotted tag a mile away :)
    .-= Annie @ Mama Dweeb´s last blog ..Better Baskets from Hersheys for Children’s Miracle Network =-.

  23. I subscribe

  24. following Punkaboo, I am @coolchillmom

  25. I keep needing labels all the time these days. A Florida first for us, we have never had sooo many cold days, and it seems like every week I have to get labels for my baby’s sweaters, they keep dissapearing at daycare, and so are his snack packs!
    I reall yneed the labels, can’t start to count how much I will be spending on lost summer items, and pool toys…..


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