Happy Pretend To Be A Time Traveller Day!

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Friday 8th December 2017   /   News   /   0 Comment(s)

Happy Pretend To Be A Time Traveller Day!

Did you know that today is the 10th anniversary of ‘Pretend To Be A Time Traveller Day’? You could be a visitor from the future, who finds everything outdated and quaint, or a traveller from the past, who is amazed and astonished by all of our wonderous technologies, odd clothing, and amusing social customs! The choice really is yours!

Famous Time Travelling Names

If you’re looking for a name with a bit of a time travelling theme, there’s plenty of inspiration to be found in fiction. Here’s just some of our favourites…

A list of fictional time-travellers; Aaron and Abe from Primer; Alba and Henry DeTamble from The Time Traveller’s Wife; Amy Pond, Bill Potts, Clara Oswold, Donna Noble, Martha Jones, Mickey Smith, River Song, Rory Williams, and Rose Tyler from Doctor Who; Bill & Ted from Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure; Cameron, John Connor, Kyle Reese, and Sarah Connor from Terminator; Claire Randall from Outlander; Emmett Brown and Marty McFly from Back To The Future; Garry Sparrow from Goodnight Sweetheart; Gil Pender from Midnight in Paris; Hiro Nakamura from Heroes; Holly and Rick Marshall from Land of the Lost; Jack Harkness from Torchwood; Jake Epping from 11.22.63; James Cole from 12 Monkeys; Kevin from Time Bandits; Kiera Cameron from Continuum; Lola from Run Lola Run; Lucy Preston, Rufus Carlin, and Wyatt Logan from Timeless; Phil Connors from Groundhog Day; Rip Hunter from Legends of Tomorrow; Samuel Beckett from Quantum Leap; Tim Lake from About Time; tommy Clark from Heroes Reborn; and Tru Davies from Tru Calling.

Don’t lose your stuff in time OR space – Use Stikins ® name tags; the modern alternative to sew in name tags & iron on name tags

Okay, so Stikins ® name labels can’t help you to actually travel through time (or space) but they can help you to keep track of all your family's belongings on any adventure (even if that’s just getting them to school and back in one piece!). Our stick on name tags are made with a unique advanced adhesive that has been developed using the latest materials and manufacturing processes to ensure that each tag lives up to their name and simply sticks on and stays on!

Each name tag measures 30mm wide by 15mm high and features a white background with a bold black font for text – this ensure that they’re really easy to read (when you need to) but also totally discrete (when you don’t). Stikins ® labels offer a truly multipurpose name labelling solution; you can use one pack of stick on name tags as school uniform tags, general purpose clothing tags, name tags for lunch boxes, water bottles, and for anything else that you want to keep safe.

How to apply Stikins ® Name Tags:

Stikins ® labels can be applied in seconds; you simply peel each name tag off its backing sheet and stick it onto the wash-care label (of clothing and fabric items) or directly onto an item. Use your thumb to apply pressure firmly and evenly across the surface of your name tags to ensure that the adhesive bonds fully with the surface and then allow 24 hours before washing for the first time to allow the adhesive time to set and fully strengthen.

With Stikins ® name tags, you can make sure that your children’s belongings always make it back home safely – even if their adventures get a bit timey-wimey! To order a personalised pack of name tags today, please fill in our handy online form or contact us directly to place an order!

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