Thursday, August 23, 2007

Oliver's Labels goes Back-to-School!!!

This week we introduced our brand new SCHOOL PACK! We included a little of everything in it so we have your kids covered!

The School Pack contains:
½ pack of Original Labels (21 labels)
½ pack of Mini Labels (42 labels)
½ pack of Shoe Labels (12 labels - enough for 6 pairs of shoes)
½ pack of Iron-on Clothing Labels (28 labels)
and 1 Large Bag Tag
for $46.99

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

New Allergy label design! Now Oliver's Labels is Gluten-free!

This morning we got an email from a woman who suggested that we add an Allergy label design for people with wheat or gluten allergies. She was the first to suggest it and we thought it was a fantastic idea. Food allergies are actually increasing and we know how important it is to protect our children when they leave our sight! This is what we designed and is now available at

We hope that this new design is helpful. We love to hear your suggestions so email us! We actually listen!

Monday, August 13, 2007

Oliver's Labels: Product featured in Tot Trends Weekly!

Oliver's Labels is featured in Tot Trends Weekly Magazine!

Tot Trends Weekly is a great online magazine for style-savvy moms as well as retailers looking for fabulous new products. In their most recent issue they featured children's labels and more specifically, our Allergy Labels. Here's what they wrote:

We're taught not to label children, but we say that labeling
everything they own is a pretty smart idea! Got Allergies?
Then Allergy Labels from Oliver's Labels are just the thing.
With Oliver's Labels, you'll be sure that your child's Allergy
Labels will stay right where you stick them; all labels are
waterproof, weatherproof, dishwasher proof, microwave
proof, and tear resistant.

- Tot Trends Weekly Magazine (click here for a link to the article)

Monday, August 6, 2007

Happy Simcoe Day!

It's great to have a long weekend in August... and who cares if you have no idea why you get the day off! :)
Actually, today is Simcoe Day in honour of the first Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada. However, Torontonians are the only ones who actually call it that. Most provinces and territories in Canada also take the first Monday in August off but the day is known by several different names. For instance, in Nova Scotia it's called Natal Day and in Alberta it's called Heritage Day. In general you can call it a Civic Holiday. And if you are in one of those lucky provinces or territories that gets it, you can call it "WOO HOO LET'S GO TO THE COTTAGE!!"