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Shopping for school supplies? Get 15 per cent off personalised labels and back-to-school kits

It’s been a crazy summer, so who really feels like getting out the old needle and thread to sew labels onto everything from shirts and shorts, to socks and shoes? Not us, which is why we’re filling up our online shopping cart with personalised labels from Stuck On You.

Super-sticky and super-cool, with heaps of funky designs to choose from, the Aussie company’s been making back to school prep that much easier for over 20 years (peel, stick, voilà). We’d love to know how many water bottles, lunch boxes, stationery and general paraphernalia have made their way home courtesy of a Stuck on You label over that many years!




A scratch-resistant coating and magic adhesive means the labels can go through the dishwasher, washing machine and microwave unscathed, and budding Mandarin speakers can have Chinese characters added to theirs, which we bet will impress their laoshi no end! 

But it’s not only labels we’re stocking up on over at Stuck on You. They’ve also got a fab’ range of personalised kit (hello gift ideas!). Think art smocks, bag tags, backpacks, drink bottles, lunch boxes and stationery, all with Junior’s name printed on to make them feel extra special. And, so, here are our top personalised picks for the new school year from Stuck on You’s ‘back to school series’.



Plus, until 31 August 2015, use code EXPAT15 when shopping online (or you can call 6348 3182, if you so wish) and Expat Living readers can get 15% off their order. Offer excludes value packs, but that’s it. Head over to their website at stuckonyou.com.sg to view the full range of labels and gifts and use the product previewer to select your labels, add your child’s name and play around with colours, designs, fonts and icons. (There’s a Basic and Classic range too if you or your child would prefer something a bit simpler).

See you at the school gates!