New Hello Kitty labels!

This summer My Nametags has launched a brand new range of Hello Kitty labels – perfect for little ladies heading back to school this September!

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Why Hello Kitty?
Hello Kitty is loved the world over for being the cutest and most stylish little girl with a heart of gold – and here at My Nametags we adore her! We also asked lots of customers which character they would like to see on their labels and Hello Kitty was a clear favourite. Made of the same great material as our colour labels. The Hello Kitty versions are available as stickers or iron-ons here.

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About Hello Kitty:
Created by Sanrio in the 1970’s, Hello Kitty is a stylish little girl who lives by the motto that ‘You can never have too many friends’. Forty years on, Hello Kitty has become a worldwide celebrity, with fans in every corner of the globe. She could also be considered an universal celebrity as she has even travelled into space!

Fact File:

Real name – Kitty White
Birthday – November 1st
Height – Around 5 apples
Weight – Around 3 apples
Birthplace – suburbs of London
Hobbies – Baking cookies; making pancakes; origami; foreign cultures; playing the piano; tennis; collecting little stars; ribbons and other cute things.
Favourite Foods – Mama’s homemade Apple Pie
Favourite Colour – Red

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Travelling with kids – win a Trunki!

Travelling with kids is fantastic as long as you’re organised! Far better to have sticker books and games to hand than have nothing to distract them with on long journeys or waits at the airport.

We’ve a fabulous Limited Edition London Bus Trunki suitcase to giveaway in conjunction with the At Home Parenting magazine!

My youngest just loves her Trunki – having her own case to pack (which fits in a huge amount of stuff for the size as it stows in most air-craft hand-luggage compartments) and of course wheeling around or being towed on it.

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Carry on bag – make sure each of your children has their own carry on bag whether you’re travelling by car, train, boat or plane. That way they will take ownership over what they will play with. Think longer term rather than just the journey. Two of my children once decided to pack a selection of playmobil pieces (which I was sure they’d lose!) and they played beautifully all week with them.

Sticker books and pens – are a winner every time on journeys from toddler to almost teens who will love to help younger siblings. A good selection of sticker books, pads and colouring pens can buy you hours of amusement (and peace and quiet…)

Electronics – can be great to while away time waiting for flights, buses or ferries but beware of using them in the car as they can cause travel sickness. Obviously, you’ll need to limit the time your children use them but they can be a godsend for watching movies or playing games when there’s nothing to do but wait. Don’t forget to take chargers and adapters.

Tennis ball, Frisbee – if you’re travelling by car then stick in a tennis ball, football or Frisbee to have a throw around with the kids when you stop for a break.

Drinks & snacks – it goes without saying that you’ll need plenty of snacks and water to see you through a long journey – for you and the kids…

Medicine bag – it’s always worth having a small stash of medicinal essential such as plasters, calpol, travel sickness remedies and sun cream etc to see you through the trip.

And don’t forget to use My Nametags stickers on everything from backpacks and suitcases to special toys, cameras, iPads and nintendos.

To win a Limited Edition London Bus Trunki all you have to do is follow this link and answer the tricky question on the At Home website!!


One-Piece Swimsuits to suit your shape – 15% off!

Looking good on the beach or at the pool has never been easier with our 2015 Summer Top Picks from swimwear specialists Coco Bay. The last couple of years have seen the re-birth of the ‘One-Piece’ swimsuit and it is now back with a vengeance, says Belinda Robinson, co-founder of Coco Bay. Swimwear Designers have embraced it and the catwalks are ‘awash’ with beautiful sexy swimsuit fashion meaning more choice than ever before. Even if you’re sold on bikinis you’ll always need a one-piece in your wardrobe. We asked Coco Bay for their top tips on choosing a swimsuit to suit your body shape whether you’re curvy, slim-hipped, an A cup or a DD!

All the styles are tried and tested so that Coco Bay can offer first hand style and fitting advice on swimwear to suit your figure. There’s even special 15% off exclusively for My Nametags’ newsletter readers. Just quote MyNametags15 when you place your order at Valid until August 31st 2015.

The Pear ShapeImage of Seafolly Goddess Soft Cup Halter Maillot

The Seafolly Goddess Seychelles Soft Cup Halter Maillot is ideal for the classic ‘Pear Shape’ as the pleated halter and tie detail on the bust enhance your top half whilst the ruching is very forgiving round the tummy and hips. This Seafolly swimsuit is one of Coco Bay’s best sellers. It is made from the luxurious Seafolly Goddess fabric which feels amazing on and gives excellent shape and support with its removable booster pads, soft cups and side boning. Our favourite thing about this swimsuit is the ruching on the front and side panels which works magic on the not so flat stomachs!

Disguising TummiesImage of Seafolly Twist Bandeau Maillot

Another of Coco Bay’s best sellers, the twisted pleating round the bust combined with the front and side panelling on the Seafolly Goddess Twist Bandeau Maillot swimsuit creates an hour glass silhouette.  This flattering swimsuit definitely came to my rescue after having had a baby and I was in need of some soft disguise round the tum. Available in 4 different colours but pictured here in a smart Indigo, this swimsuit will work up to a DD cup and offers excellent shape and support.

The Shorter BodyImage of Banana Moon Swamis Dreamy Halter Maillot

This Banana Moon Swamis Dreamy Halter Swimsuit is perfect for shorter bodies as the low neck and back elongate the body. If you are looking for an elegant deep plunge swimsuit, we think this dark chocolate swimsuit from swimwear designer Banana Moon is a stunner. Browns are making a serious come-back this season which is good news for swimwear as it is so much more flattering to skin colouring than black. The ornamental hammered silver disc on the front really finishes the look perfectly.

Smaller Busts

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This Seafolly Miami Maillot in gorgeous neon really flatters those with smaller cupsizes as the over-layed twist enhances the bust. It’s always challenging to find a strapless swimsuit that holds you up and this Seafolly swimsuit does just that! We don’t recommend for DD+ but it is ideal for A to C cups as it gives lift and support and no strap marks!



Larger Busts

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Another pick from down under but this time from Ozzy swimwear designer, Baku. This D/DD swimsuit is a big seller for those with larger busts as it offers excellent support. The contrasting white detailing down the side has the effect of making your silhouette much slimmer and that surely has to be a good thing. The detachable straps also mean that this can be strapless so no ugly strap lines.

Athletic Figures

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This Seafolly Prismatic Maillot is ideal for those with athletic or boyish figures as the busy print can give the illusion of more curves. Not for the faint hearted but this Seafolly swimsuit in a geometric festival inspired print has definitely got the wow factor. High neck swimsuits and tankinis are a catwalk favourite this year and this swimsuit combines the high neck with a stunning criss-cross spaghetti strap at the back – sunbathing should probably avoided in this swimsuit, just stick to posing!

Check out our new website

We’re very excited to introduce our brand new My Nametags website!

You’ll be pleased to hear that it’s now mobile friendly so ordering while you’re out and about with your smart phone couldn’t be easier.

We know that parents are busy people so we’ve made it even easier to design your labels in a 3-easy steps with our 12 most popular designs just ready for you to customize.

  1. Choose one of our designs
  2. Add a name (and telephone number)
  3. Choose iron-on or stick-on
  4. You’re ready to place your order!

For those of you who would prefer to design your own labels (or have kids who like to!) we have a new ‘label builder’, which will smoothly guide you through the process.

Top Tip! Older children that design their own labels are more likely to name precious belongings so that expensive mobiles, IPods, trainers and even footballs don’t go missing.

Our colour nametags cost £11.95 (plus £1 postage and packaging) / € 16,95 for a pack of 56. Just choose either iron-on or stickers. So get creative, add some colour into your life and order some now.

Have a look at our new website today /


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p.s. As it is brand new we would love to hear what you think, so leave any comments below or email us at with your thoughts.

My Nametags wins the Feefo Gold Award!

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The My Nametags team are buzzing with excitement after being awarded the Gold Trusted Merchant Award from global feedback engine, Feefo, for genuine customer feedback. Our customers mean a lot to us and we wouldn’t be here today without you!

We are now considered a ‘Gold Trusted Merchant’ by Feefo, along with some of the world’s top brands, as 98% of our customers rated our service and products as ‘Good’ or ‘Excellent’ in 2014.

Lars Andersen, founder of My Nametags commented on the award: “We’re really proud of being a Gold Trusted Merchant with Feefo. Our focus has always been on delivering the best name tags to our customers, and we are delighted that our customers are happy with the quality of our products and our customer service.”


Every customer has the opportunity to rate our service on Feefo after ordering our lovely labels. The process is 100% genuine, as we are not able to delete or hide any negative comments, and only our customers are contacted by Feefo to share their opinion.

So far this year we have been rated ‘Good’ or ‘Excellent’ by 98% of our customers – so are on our way to holding on to the title for 2015.

We love receiving feedback from our customers, so if you have any comments or suggestions on how we can better our service, just write in the box below or email us at or .


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