I have never liked iron on clothes labels, and used to be able to get stick on clothes labels from stuck on you but they don't seem to be selling them any more. Does anyone else know where you get ones like this from, all I can seem to find is iron on or sew on.
I also prefer the stick on as opposed to the iron-on labels, and when I did a bit of searching recently I found that Stuck on You was the only place that seemed to sell them. There were definitely there last week though - perhaps they are just out of stock?? They still mention them in their FAQs section.
I agree, the Stuck on you stick on ones were fabulous. I noticed today that my sons comforter still has the label stuck on the washing instruction label which is where it's been for the last 4 years even when the washing instruction label has practically frayed apart. When I last ordered from Stuck on you 18 months ago, they didn't seem to sell them.
I found this shop who specialise in iron on labels it seems and have had them on my kids clothing for 6 months now and lasting really well. they have instructions on how to iron them onto the clothing - no transfer paper needed either, just iron straight onto the label. here's the link to the instructions - http://www.nameitlabels.com.au/how-to-iron-on-labels/ can also get 25% off if you buy more than one pack.
With the cooler weather upon us, here is a collection of easy winter inspired cut, sew, knit crafts that you can do with the kids. There are glove monsters, no-sew scarfs, and sock snowmen. Winter is a great time to get crafting.
Fidgets and other sensory hand held toys are a great way to encourage attention and concentration. We all love to rock on a chair and click our pens or chew gum to stay alert and attentive, so why not let children have functional and socially acceptable fidgets too, to help them learn and keep them focused on learning.