Win a £50 Stuck on You Voucher

This time I am just hosting a competition because my lovely items from Stuck on You are still going strong. The boys use their rucksacks everyday for school and now we have finished for the term they will come in handy for carrying snacks on holiday or days out. Then next school year they will be all set to use them again, the same can be said with their Stuck on You water bottles. The boys also have a beautiful canvas each, watches and t-shirts, so it’s safe to say we do love Stuck on You.

This competition comes in excellent timing to get a couple of bits to get organised for back to school. Yes I know I have only (just) survived week one but there is no time like the present to prepare for when our little cherubs return to school and the chaos subsides! You could get a value pack to include all your labelling needs, I have resorted to writing in pen lately but it is much nicer to have a Stuck on You design instead, the labels are colourful and the characters look friendly and likeable, very appealing to children.

If your child is a little anxious about starting at another school or going up to the next class a few new items will help them feel excited. I always used to look forward to picking out my stationary or bag to return to school with. It was good preparation to adjust back into school life. With Stuck on You there is plenty of choice, the labels, bags and bottles all come with a variety of themes so your child is bound to find something that takes their fancy and they will be proud to head off to school with.

To enter the fabulous competition please kindly fill out the rafflecopter form below, the competition will close on the 14th of August.

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116 thoughts on “Win a £50 Stuck on You Voucher

  1. We got the packed lunch bag the other week, in red with the animal theme and of course Jacob's name on it – he loves it, ready for when he starts school in Sept.

  2. Ooh, I love the look of these stickers! Would be perfect for my little boy starting school in September

  3. Labels and name tags are a essential for going back to school and I agree sorting all the new school bits is a great way to get the kids prepared to go back I never looked at it that way before. Charmaine

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