I chose labels for Kate this time, but next time, when I spend my own hard earned money (because this company is worth it), I will choose labels for me. This teacher's school supplies will never mysteriously leave her desk again! And, when you receive Toblerone fudge for Christmas, you'll know it was made in my kitchen.
I immediately opened up the package to investigate the design, colour and style of my chosen labels. They say, "Lady Kate" and they are gorgeous. Kidecals passed the first test: Form.
Next I had to analyze function. I needed to see if these labels were truly "crazy durable." This is key for parents, you know. This label has to make it through the dishwasher (check), the dryer (check) and the hands of a three year old (check).
I labeled Kate's iPad (it began as the family's iPad but no one was willing to take her on so she owns it now). I labeled her drink cups and her special toys. I labeled her winter boots and her coat, too. There are endless possibilities. I could blame my photography skills for the poorly lit pictures below or I could blame my phone, (I wonder if Canon needs a product review?) but either way if you look closely you can see that there was a bonus label in my order and it says "Team Awesome." I placed it on my file cabinet at work to remind my students which team they are on.