I have a seen a lot of different labels on the market, so when I ran across Oliver’s Labels, I was interested in seeing what options were able and how they would stand up over time. Though labels are often promoted for use with children (and are great to use with them), I thought they would also be really beneficial for elderly family members in long-term care facilities. For that reason, I decided to review some labels to use in that context.
I was really pleased to have the opportunity to try Oliver’s Labels because, when I checked out their website, I found that not only were they Canadian but they also offer a wide variety of label colours and styles. The styles offer options for all ages, from Script Designs to London Primrose (which I thought was really pretty) to Allergy labels.
I received a Colour Palette sample pack to review. It included mini-labels, shoe labels and clothing labels. I really liked the fact that they are age-appropriate. With this variety of labels, they were perfect for labeling my relative’s shoes as well as her clothing and her personal items.
I have found that the Oliver’s Labels are incredibly durable – I was especially impressed with the shoes labels the most because they have stood up with frequent daily use and look as good as they did when we first used them!
I am really impressed with Oliver’s Labels and would highly recommend them to anyone looking for labels for people in their lives who can use them!
*I received no monetary compensation for this post. I received a sample of the product to review. My opinion is based on my experiences and were not influenced in any way.*