Lovable Labels: “Think Pink!” Labels Review & Giveaway!

I use labels for just about everything: my kids' backpacks and school supplies, their clothing and even some of their toys. I also use labels for my own personal belongings as well as in the work I do with my crafts.

When I was given the opportunity to  do a review and host a giveaway for Lovable Labels this month, which happens to be Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I knew exactly which ones would be a perfect fit. I decided to work the "Think Pink!" labels in with a craft project I planned to create. I am signed up to participate in a Craft & Vendor Fair this weekend and my theme is related to raising awareness of Breast Cancer research for a cure.

The reason this project is so important to me is because Lovable Labels is donating $.50 from the purchase of every pack of "Think Pink!" Labels to Research and Cure for breast cancer.

I made several high quality, glass magnets: some have "inspirational" messages on them while others have butterflies and ladybugs. The ones with butterflies(which I consider to be "good luck") have three pink ones, two green, and one yellow. In my experience, good things seem to come in "three's". So, I felt three ladybugs (which I also consider to be lucky), was a good way to go. On the reverse side is where I added the Lovable Labels that say "Matter of Crafts.com" on them. I will be selling these at the craft show on Saturday and a portion of the proceeds will also be donated in support of Breast Cancer Research.

Lovable Labels has been gracious enough to offer a pack of their "Think Pink!" labels to one Matter of Cents reader. They are made for moms, women, and young girls. The labels are personalized with a pink script text and include the "Think Pink!" Ribbon logo. They are also dishwasher and microwave safe and come in a set of 40!

ENTER TO WIN!

The giveaway is for the labels only! The magnets are not included and were shown only as an example of what you can do with the labels. The giveaway is open to both U.S. and Canada, ages 18 years and older. A Winner will be chosen on October 19, 2011. The Winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize or a new Winner will be chosen. Good luck!

Disclaimer: The product(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting the review. As always, all opinions expressed are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

Comments

  1. dyana elkins says:

    Guess if I am only one to enter, I win! LOL  I would love to win.

  2. I would love to you these labels on my daughter's backpack and school supplies!
    Thank you so much for hosting this giveaway!

  3. dyana elkins says:

    I forgot to paste the tweet!!!!! 

  4. I would use these on my daughter's belongings.  

  5. Oh what wonderful labels!  And the magnets you made from them are so pretty!  You are one talented lady!  

    • MatterofCents says:

      Thanks for your feedback Alisha!!! When I’m not writing on the blog, crafting is my other creative outlet. I love it. 🙂

  6. And as for using them?  My little sticker freak would probably get ahold of them before I had a chance too, but if not, I would put them on the back on my business cards!

  7. I think I will send them out with my hat orders as a little bonus.

  8. I think I'd use them for things I send out from my blog for giveaway winners.

  9. My son loses everything! Maybe these labels would help items find their way back.

  10. I'd go label crazy on everything! 🙂

  11. I want to win because quite frankly, I depend on labels for daily survival!  😉

  12. denise Fick says:

    I would use some of the labels to decorate my husband's and my mother-in-laws tent at the San Diego Susan G. Koman 3-day

  13. I'd use the labels to label food stuffs and my kid's things…I'm a bit label-crazy! Thanks for the contest!

  14. Stefanie Ford says:

    I know several people affected by breastcancer, some survivors, some battling and some who lost the batttle. I love to give out small thoughtful items to those affected. It shows them someone cares…

  15. kelly bright says:

    can neverhave enough labels, esp with 2 kids. Easy to keep things organized

  16. Pauline Milner says:

    I would love to win this set of labels for my Niece.  She is in school and is involved with a lot of activities.  T   Tjese labels would be great to keep all of her stuff in order.  Thanks for the giveaway.  ~Pauline

  17. I'm not entering because I just got labels from them (they're awesome!), but I wanted to say that your magnets are adorable! Very creative!

  18. Kari Howell says:

    I would like to get my house and my kids organized.

  19. I would use them to label my scrapbooking supplies

  20. I would use them to label items in my craft closet, my pantry , and things I send with the kids to school.

  21. Diane Baum says:

    I would use them to label my class supplies

  22. Thanks so much for your review of our Think Pink Labels! I love your magnet craft and how you incorporated our labels on the back! Hopefully our labels on your crafts help promote your blog! Have a lovable day!

  23. I would use them to organize my pantry & art supplies..thanks so much for the giveaway!

  24. Shannon Buchmann says:

    I would use them to label my daughter's "stuff" that she always has with her!

  25. If I won these labels, I would use them to label my toddler's cups, etc.

  26. I am making new spice jars out of baby food jars and i need labels

  27. Lauren Alejandro says:

    I don't know what I'd do with them yet, if I'd keep them for myself and label my daughter's stuff, or give them to a very organized friend. Either way, they're very cute, and would be well used!

  28. susan smoaks says:

    if i won, i would use them for my blog!

  29. These would be great for my daughter and myself 🙂

  30. Pauline Milner says:

    Could not get tweet to light up.
     
    I tweeted today:
     
    https://twitter.com/#!/bullittmilner/status/127052594903400448

  31. Cynthia Brooks says:

    I am going to leave little lovey notes for my daughter's lunch bag.

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