This past weekend as I was cooking and baking several casseroles, pans of brownies, and a bowl full of potato salad to pack up and take to my parents house I realized I was missing some dishes. I thought they were probably at my parents house, and some of them were so I brought them home. But before I left my house yesterday to head to the family Easter gathering I put name labels on my dishes. I used the freebie name labels I seem to get every week from some outfit asking for a donation. Those labels don’t come off so easily and make a mess with the adhesive on the bottom of the dish.
Well, guess what, I found out about Mabel’s Labels newest label today, Wash Away Labels, use them for one time use, like taking a pan of brownies to someone’s house and making sure your dish will be returned. (hint hint) I love their new labels. I could have used those yesterday! We already use Mabel’s Labels (permanent labels) for all our charges, gadgets, and things we tend to misplace. Even better they are on sale now for a limited time. Normally the price is $12.00 and the sale price is $9.99. They are freezer and microwave proof. Write on label with pen, pencil or any marker. Peel and stick guaranteed.
Mabel’s Labels has just launched their new line of Wash Away Labels. These labels are perfect for potluck dishes, bottles for daycare, frozen foods, canning jars, and much more. When the labels are no longer needed, simply pop in the dishwasher or under running water to rinse off. Best of all, these labels disappear completely, leaving no sticky residue. Yeah, I need these. How about you? Missing any dishes like I am?
Order yours today in tme for back yard BBQ, or end of the year school picnics. Order some for Wedding Showers, Baby Showers, your own family, or as a thank you gift to your teachers.
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