It's A Jolly Holiday With Stuck On You! #12DaysofGiveaways

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Welcome to our Second Annual 12 Days Of Giveaways!
On Day Eleven, we're excited to share more about the customizable labels from Stuck On You! Visit daily through December 12, to discover great new brands and enter for a chance to win!

Stuck On You
Australia based Stuck On You was founded in 1995 by Carrie Felton, a mom of three boys.  A global leader in personalized products for baby & beyond, Stuck On You products are available in more than 15 countries.  Felton created Stuck On You to celebrate the individuality of every name, bring joy to new parents with unique, timeless products for every child, save families time, energy and money and help them to lead a more organized life.  In addition to a broad offering of labels, the Stuck On You collection includes activity and personalized books, durable and stylish bags, lunchboxes and drink bottles, stationery, bag tags and gorgeous gifts for all ages.

Enter the Giveaway! 
One lucky entrant selected by the entry form will receive a $50 Gift Voucher from Stuck On You! (ARV $50) Open for entry from 12/11-12/19/18 at 11:59 pm EST. Open to entrants in the US, 18 years and older. The winner will have 24 hours to respond to the notification email and fill out the form to claim this prize or a new winner will be selected. Please Note: Prize from this event will not arrive in time for Christmas. Sponsor is responsible for prize fulfillment. Be sure to scroll down to discover all the other great giveaways on this event! 



    Availability: In stock $39.95

  3. I love the lunchbox coolers. They look easy to tote around.

  4. I also like the personalized family planner!

  5. I also like this nice product from their site; CLOTHING NAME STAMP PACK; The Clothing Stamps are ideal for the last-minute labeling of light-colored clothes. At the flick of your wrist, quickly and efficiently label those school shirts, hats and swimmers. For darker-colored clothing, iron the blank labels onto the desired garments, wait for them to cool down, then apply the Clothing Stamp on the labels.


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