Personalized Back-to-School Labels {Free Printable}

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Going back to school was something I always looked forward to every year, especially as a self-proclaimed teacher’s pet.  I may have earned a few “A”s in my day by staying late to help organize or volunteering to skip recess to help grade papers.  Ethical, eh, probably not, but I sure loved it.  Now as a mom, I can’t help but think of ways to make the back-to-school transition easier on teachers and fellow moms alike.  I don’t have a ton of experience with school supplies as a parent, so I can only speak for the occasional item I have to label to send to daycare.  But as someone who hates her handwriting, I love the option to just peel and stick.

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I made this printable using these labels.  But I’m sure you can pick them up at Office Depot and Wal-Mart as well–just maybe not for as cheap.  I personally like to use full-sheet labels, so I can cut and trim as needed, and you can find those online or in the store as well.

For the printable, I created a pdf-file that you can download, and then type in the name once, hit enter, and print–then you’re done! Click on the image below to download and get started! (Note: Be sure to save it to your computer and then open it in order to edit.)

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Happy labeling!

Jenny lives with her husband, Joel, and their sons, Judah and Jonas, in Zachary, a suburb north of Baton Rouge. She works part-time as an editor and her favorite part of the week is when she gets to exchange her pencil skirt for yoga pants and pretend to be a SAHM for a few days. When she’s not toting her sons around town or saving her toddler's life one head dive off the couch at a time, she is designing invitations, stationery, and logos for local moms, brides, and professionals. Jenny’s been married since 2007, and she and Joel welcomed Judah into their lives in April 2012 and Jonas in March 2015. She loves to squeeze in as many date nights as possible and spends her free time chronicling her family’s adventures and recent designs on her personal blog, the Gilberts.

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