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Happy Chinese New Year From Stikins ® Name Labels! It’s The #YearOfTheDog!

Friday, February 16th, 2018

Happy New Year From The Stikins ® Name Labels Team!

(Especially HARVEY the Stikins Dog who feels that, really, every year should be the year of the dog!)

Chinese New Year Of The Dog Name LabelsAlso known as Spring Festival, the Chinese New Year falls between mid-January and mid-February based on the Chinese lunisolar calendar. A new month starts at the new moon and the month containing the winter solstice is considered to be the 11th month of the Chinese year – so the new year (usually) begins on the second new moon after the winter solstice.

The current Chinese year begins today and ends on the 4th February 2019.

Chinese New Year traditions include a new year’s eve reunion meal for families, exchanging gifts (especially money in red envelopes to signify good wishes and luck for the new year), “spring” cleaning (to sweep away bad luck from the preceding year before the new year and, hopefully, good luck arrives), red decorations (a lucky colour that symbolises wealth, happiness, and prosperity and wards against evil spirits), and plenty of fireworks – in fact, more fireworks are set off for the Chinese New Year than at any other time of the year.

Celebrations last until the full moon when a Lantern Festival is held to indicate the end of the Spring Festival.

The Chinese calendar also follows a 60 year cycle, which contains a repeating 10 year cycle (of “Heavenly Stems”) associated with the 5 elements in alternating yin and yang forms and a repeating 12 year cycle (of “Earthly Stems”) associated with the 12 signs of the zodiac.

This year is the YEAR OF THE DOG and more specifically (as a year ending in an 8) it is the year of the YANG EARTH DOG.

These signs are believed to influence the events and personalities of children born in that year. The dog is an auspicious animal that indicates the coming of fortune and symbolises loyalty and honesty. People born in the year of the Dog are said to be brave, honest, sincere, friendly, loyal, smart, straightforward, reliable, and responsible (although they may also be self-righteous, cold, stubborn, irritable, critical, and unskilled at social activities). Those born in an Earth Dog year will also have qualities associated with the Earth element and will be patient, thoughtful, practical, hardworking, nurturing, and ambitious.

Why Not Try Some New Name Labels For A New Year?!

Stikins ® name labels are a thoroughly modern name labelling solution that aims to make the process of labelling school uniform and equipment as quick and easy as possible. Instead of spending hours sewing in name tapes or ironing on iron-on labels, our sticky name labels simply stick on and stay on – and you can use one pack to label clothing and fabric items (apply your name labels onto the wash-care label only), bags and shoes (avoid applying name labels beneath the heel in shoes to protect the print), lunch boxes and water bottles, books and stationery, and anything else that you’d like to keep safe.

We sell four different pack sizes (of 30, 60, 90, or 120 name labels) and you can request whatever information you want to be printed on your name labels. While most people opt for a first name and surname, you can also add contact information, medical/allergy information, or friendly messages such as “Please Return To” or “I Belong To”.

Stick on name labels are a really brilliant way to get things labelled up safely and securely and they’re also a great way to get stuff organised – whether it’s your children’s school uniform and equipment, your own belongings, or even the various supplies that you’ve bought for your dog!

To find out more or to place an order for your own pack of Stikins ® name labels, head on over to www.stikins.co.uk.

Harvey name labels

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Friday, February 9th, 2018

Space Stikins Name TagsStikins Name Tags Presents Facts About…Halley’s Comet

Today is the anniversary of the most recent appearance of Halley’s Comet so we’re celebrating with a few fascinating facts from the Stikins name tags team:

  • Halley’s Comet was the first comet to be recognised as a short-period comet (a comet that takes less than 200 years to complete one orbit around the sun).
  • It’s the only short-period comet regularly visible to the naked eye and the only naked-eye comet that might appear twice in a human lifetime.
  • Currently, its orbit takes 75.32 years to complete – meaning its next appearance is predicted to be on 28th July 2061 – and extends from a mere 55,773,484 miles away from the sun (between the orbits of Mercury and Venus) to a massive 3,253,453,254 miles from the sun (beyond the orbit of Neptune).
  • The central nucleus of Halley’s Comet is shaped like a peanut, measures around 9 miles long by 5 miles wide, and is composed of ice, rock, and dust.
  • Sightings of Halley’s Comet appear throughout recorded history (including an appearance on the Bayeux Tapestry) – the earliest is contained in a Chinese document (“Records Of The Grand Historian”) from 240BC.
  • In 1705, Edmond (or Edmund) Halley published a study of 24 separate comet observations in which he calculated that three of these observations (from 1531, 1607, and 1682) were actually the same comet – which he predicted would return in 1758. It did – although it wasn’t actually spotted until 25th December – and was named in his honour the following year.

DID YOU KNOW: although Halley’s Comet can only be seen once every 76 years, you can see the after-effects of its journey every year in two meteor showers that occur in early May (the Eta Aquariids) and late October (the Orionids). The sun changes some of the comet’s ice into a gas, allowing rock particles to break away and become meteors as they reach the Earth’s atmosphere. While the Orionids are the result of rocks left behind after Halley’s most recent appearance, meteors in the Eta Aquariids broke away centuries ago.

Need To (Re)Order School Name Tags? With Stikins ®, You Can Get The Job Done Faster Than The Speed Of Light!

Okay, not really, but everything about Stikins ® is designed to be super quick and easy – from placing an order to using your name tags to label all your children’s belongings:

  • Order online at stikins.co.uk, pop an order form (and a cheque!) in the post, or give us call (our Customer Service Team is available Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm).
  • Let us know what you want printed on your name tags, how many name tags you need, and your delivery address (and make payment) – and you’ve ordered your name tags!
  • All orders of Stikins ® name tags are despatched SAME or NEXT working day – all year round!
  • For super speedy delivery, you can upgrade to a guaranteed next day delivery service (shipping fee: £5.75).
  • Once your name tags arrive, you simply peel each sticky label off the backing sheet and stick it firmly onto your item. With our stick on name tags you can label ALL of your children’s school uniform and equipment in minutes!

So, whether you’ve run out or you just need to top up your stash of name tags, head on over to our order page to order (more) Stikins today.

Happy #GroundhogDay & #HedgehogDay from Stikins® Name Tags

Friday, February 2nd, 2018

As today is Groundhog Day and Hedgehog day, the team here at Stikins® thought that it would be a fantastic idea to celebrate gifted groundhogs and humble hedgehogs everywhere with a few fascinating facts about both!

What are the origins of Groundhog Day?

Now, we’ve probably all seen the classic 90’s movie “Groundhog Day” starring Bill Murray but did you know that most people don’t actually know the origins of the famous celebration? Well, Groundhog Day’s origins actually lie in the midst of overlapping ancient European weather lore, pagan and Christian festivals, and cult worship…

  • Imbolc (1st February): This is a pagan festival which marks the mid-point between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. The arrival of spring is celebrated by lighting fires and candles; traditionally, Cailleach (a weather deity) will make Imbolc a sunny day if she needs to collect firewood for a longer winter, while serpents and badgers will emerge from their winter dens if there is to be an early spring.
  • Brigid/Saint Brigid: Imbolc also celebrates the goddess Brigid; offerings are made in return for her blessing on homes and farms (to ensure an early spring and fertile land). It is also the Saint Day of Saint Brigid (possibly a Christianised version of the goddess), who is associated with perpetual sacred flames.
  • Candlemas (2nd February): This festival of light marks the end of the Christmas season; traditional rhymes say that a sunny Candlemas Day means winter will continue, while a cloudy day means winter will end.
  • Ancient European weather lore: The habits of burrowing or hibernating animals were observed to predict a long winter or an early spring.
  • Cult worship of bears: The emergence of bears from their dens would indicate the arrival of spring.
  • Februa/Lupercalia (15th February): These Roman festivals of “Purification” or “Purging” were a form of spring cleansing ritual to drive out evil spirits and purify the city of Rome. February 5th was also an important date for weather divination.

According to one origin story, ancient beliefs merged as Roman legions travelled across Europe, leading to the creation of an ancient German proverb, which says that if a hedgehog sees his shadow at Candlemas, he will return to his winter den for another six weeks. This tradition arrived in the US with German settlers who had to replace the non-native hedgehog with another creature – the groundhog!

Where is the largest Groundhog Day Celebration?

The largest Groundhog Day celebration is held in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, where the annual prediction is made by Punxsutawney Phil – “Seer of Seers, Sage of Sages, Prognosticator of Prognosticators and Weather Prophet Extraordinary”. Phil is 131 years old (thanks to a special “elixir of life” he drinks each summer at the Groundhog Picnic) and spends most of the year living in the town library with his groundhog wife, Phyllis. At 7:25am (ish), Phil emerges from a special burrow to make his prediction (in “Groundhogese”) to the President of the Groundhog Club’s “Inner Circle”. The Vice President then reads one of two pre-prepared scrolls; declaring six more weeks of winter (if Phil has seen his shadow) or an early spring. According to the Groundhog Club, Phil’s predictions are 100% accurate (according to official records his accuracy rate is 39%). Other predictive groundhogs include Wiarton Willie, Buckeye Chuck, General Beauregard Lee, Shubenacadie Sam, and Staten Island Chuck!

What are the origins of Hedgehog Day?

Hedgehog Day has slightly sadder origins; the day was introduced as a way to raise awareness about the dangers faced by hedgehogs – particularly in Britain where numbers are dropping rapidly due to a decline in suitable habitats. Land is being used up for intensive farming, buildings, and transport links – making it difficult for hedgehogs to find food and isolating them in places with further dangers (including traffic, rubbish, and higher populations of natural predators such as badgers). Hedgehog Day aims to educate people about ways they can make their homes and gardens more friendly to hedgehogs (such as putting out shallow dishes of water and hedgehog food – or meat-based wet dog/cat food – and creating safe spaces and small holes in fences).

What makes a Groundhog or Hedgehog happy?

Groundhogs (also known as woodchucks) belong to a group of ground squirrels known as marmots. They measure around 40-65cm long (including a 15cm tail) and are extremely good diggers with very powerful jaws. They are mostly herbivorous (eating wild grasses and other vegetation where available) although they occasionally eat grubs, grasshoppers, insects, and snails. Groundhogs warn each other about impending dangers by whistling(!) and popular nicknames for these creatures include groundpig, whistlepig, monax (a Native American name meaning “the digger”) – young groundhogs are called chucklings.

Happy Groundhog Day from Stikins Name Labels

Hedgehogs share a distant ancestry with shrews and have evolved very little over the last 15 million years. There are seventeen different species and, like many other early mammals, they have adapted to a nocturnal lifestyle – although they have poor eyesight and rely heavily on their senses of hearing and smell. They have between 5000-7000 spines, which are hollow hairs stiffened by keratin; most hedgehogs use them defensively (by curling up in a ball) although others (especially desert hedgehogs) will ram intruders with their spines to drive them away. Hedgehogs are omnivorous (eating plants and small animals) and they communicate with each other through grunts, snuffles, squeals, and even sneezes. Hedgehog comes from the Middle English “heyg/hegge” meaning hedge and “hoge/hogge” meaning hog (due to their piglike snouts), although they are also called urchins, hedgepigs, and furze-pigs – baby hedgehogs are generally referred to as hoglets.

Happy Hedgehog Day from Stikins Name Labels

Stikins® name tags & school uniforms – perfect together whatever the weather!

Like the humble little groundhog or the spiky little hedgehog, our school uniform name tags can withstand even the coldest weather conditions. What’s more, they are also specifically designed to withstand repeat trips to the washing machine. A perfect multipurpose labelling solution, our name tags simply stick on and stay on, whether you’re labelling items of clothing, books, stationery, lunch boxesshoes or bags!

Measuring a discrete 30cm wide by 15mm – our name tags fit perfectly on the wash-care label of clothing and fabric items, onto the side wall or beneath the tongue of shoes, and onto personal items of all shapes and sizes. Despite their small size, they can hold vital information, such as a name and a phone number, in a bold and clear font.

Our stick on name tags have also been independently tested using the BS EN ISO6330 wash test procedure for 40 washes at 40 degrees. This means that they can be put through the washing machine time and time again – they’ll even survive in dishwashers, tumble driers, microwaves, and sinks so you can safely wash and dry all of your labelled items!

To find out more about our name tags, or to order your own pack today, please do not hesitate to contact our team today! Each name tag guarantees to survive through even the longest of winters and the earliest of springs!

Discover Digital Names for a Digital Age with Stikins® Name Labels

Friday, January 19th, 2018

Did you know that today marks the 35th anniversary of the “Apple Lisa”, a personal computer developed by Apple during the 1970s and 1980s? This got us thinking about how computers have sometimes been named after people – and how, nowadays, some people are named after computers!

Names inspired by the digital age…

Over the years, new forms of technology and digital devices have been given “human” names. Some are named for friends/relatives/colleagues (like Lisa– Steve Job’s daughter – and the Watson supercomputer – named after IBM’s first CEO), some are inspired by fictional characters (like Phoebe – a personal computer named after the Friends character – and Simon– a computer named for the “Simple Simon” nursery rhyme), and others have been named in honour of technology pioneers (like Ada and Pascal – programming languages named for Ada Lovelace and Blaise Pascal respectively).

Today, some parents are turning to the digital world for inspiration; while some opt for more subtle nods to their favourite tech (as seen in the rise of names like Alexa and Siri), others have gone all out – with names including Like, Hashtag, Google, Facebook and Vista. In fact, a tech-loving family have even decided to adopt the phrase “2.0” in place of the traditional suffix “Junior”!

Whether you’re a technology fanatic or you simply want a name with a futuristic feel, there’s plenty of inspiration to be found in the digital world:

Acer Alice Apple Archie Baxter Bixby Blue Chip
Cortana Dell Echo Evi Linux Lumia Luna Lynx
Mac Mycroft Pearl Pepper Pixel Ruby Tag Viv

Modern Name Labels for a Modern Age

Stikins ® name labels were designed to be a modern labelling solution for modern families; in other words, they were designed to fit into the lifestyle of busy families with a minimum amount of muss and fuss!

Modern Name Labels

Our sticky name labels are made with an incredibly advanced adhesive that allows them to simply stick on and stay on – with absolutely no need for sewing or ironing. The strong adhesive means that they are multipurpose school name labels that can be used on virtually any surface, from uniforms, bags and shoes, to general purpose objects such as lunch boxes, water bottles, books, stationery, and all those “essentials” that children refuse to go without!

Our name tags measure 30mm wide by 15mm high and are white stick on labels printed with a bold black font – this means that they’re a discrete addition to any item which is also really easy to read (especially in the rush and tumble of the school environment).

Our name labels have been independently tested using the ISO6330 wash test procedure for 40 washes at 40 degrees so they’re perfect as school uniform labels (where they need to survive a LOT of trips through the washing machine).

Order your Stikins ® name labels today!

You can order your Stikins ® name labels online at any time simply by filling in our handy order form here. Alternatively, you can also give our Customer Service Team a call on 01270 668076 and order by phone; we’re available Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm, and we print and post out name labels every day (up to 3pm).

Our Most Requested Name Labels of 2017!

Friday, January 12th, 2018

Is your name in our top 20 requested name labels?

As we start 2018, we thought we’d take a moment to reflect on 2017. It’s been another fantastic year for the entire team here at Stikins ® – we’ve had the pleasure of providing name labels for many familiar customers and many new! To round the year off, we’ve completed another annual review of all of the wonderful names that were ordered last year to come up with our top 20 lists for 2017. Has your name made the list?

Name Labels - Top 20 for 2017
Top 20 name labels requested in 2017 for girls:

1. Lily 6. Sophie 11. Ava 16. Eva
2. Emily 7. Evie 12. Lucy 17. Mia
3. Ella 8. Ruby 13. Freya 18. Poppy
4. Grace 9. Isla 14. Jessica 19. Daisy
5. Olivia 10. Chloe 15. Amelia 20. Holly

Top 20 name labels requested in 2017 for boys:

1. Harry 6. James 11. Alex 16. Ethan
2. Jack 7. George 12. Daniel 17. Leo
3. Oliver 8. Sam 13. William 18. Tom
4. Max 9. Charlie 14. Jacob 19. Henry
5. Ben 10. Thomas 15. Alfie 20. Joshua

FAQ – What text can I request on my name labels?

When you order Stikins ® name labels, it is entirely up to you as to what you have printed on each name tag; you can request a full name, short name, or nickname – along with any other information or personalisation that you wish to include. Some customers opt to include a phone number or a medical or allergy alert, whilst others choose to include a friendly message such as “This Belongs To” or “Please Return To”). The ONLY limits that we have are:

  • We can only print alphanumeric characters (0-9, A-Z, a-z), basic punctuation marks, and the following accented characters:
    À Á Â Ä Ã Å Æ à á â ä â å æ È É Ê Ë è é ê ë Í Î Ï ì í î ï Ô Ö Õ ò ó ô ö õ Ù Ú Û Ü ù ú û ü Ç ç Ñ ñ Ý Ÿ ý ÿ Ø ø Ð ð ß ƒ
  • We cannot print emojis, although you can use punctuation marks to create your own emojis on your sticky name labels!
  • Please also note that the font size does reduce as you add more text. Stikins ® name labels are designed to be neat and discrete and are therefore made in ONE SIZE only (30mm wide by 15mm high). While you can fit up to about 30-35 characters on each line, we recommend using NO MORE than 15-20 to ensure that your text remains clear and legible.

To order name labels for school, nursing homes, or general purpose labelling, please fill in our handy order form online. You can also contact us directly to place your order. We are open Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm and a member of our team will be more than happy to help!

Wishing you all a Happy New Year from the Stikins ® Team!

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

Happy New Year - Stikins Name Labels

Well, it is officially 2018 and we are back in the Stikins ® office ready for another year of creating sticky name tags and school fundraising!

We hope you had a brilliant time celebrating the new year with friends and family (and we hope that one or two of you have made a New Year’s Resolution to buy more name tags in 2018!).

Are you waiting for your name tags?

We’re busy working our way through all of the orders we received for our stick on name tags over the Christmas break and we hope to be all caught by today or tomorrow. We’ll also be making a start on replying to any emails we received during the holidays – although we do always prioritise making and despatching orders of our name tags for clothes and personal items, so please bear with us as we catch up.

If you ordered name tags for school or clothing before Christmas AND received a despatch confirmation email but haven’t received your order yet, they may have been caught up in the Christmas rush. If you haven’t received anything by the end of the week, please contact our Customer Service Team so we can assist you further.

If you ordered name tags for school or clothing before Christmas but didn’t receive a despatch confirmation email then your order will be in our “To Do” pile; we’re aiming to meet our usual despatch targets of despatching all orders same or next day – and hopefully all of our Christmas name tags AND new orders will be made and posted out by the end of play tomorrow.

Find out more about our name tags today!

If you have any questions or queries about Stikins ® name tags or you need some assistance placing an order (or tracking an order you placed before Christmas), please do not hesitate to get in touch with our Customer Service Team, we are available to help Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm.

We wish you all a very Happy Christmas!

Friday, December 22nd, 2017

Merry Christmas from Stikins Name Labels

It’s our last day in the Stikins ® office and we’d like to start with a massive THANK YOU to all of the lovely customers who have bought name labels from us this year. We’ve had our most successful year ever thanks to all of our marvellous customers who’ve been leaving us wonderful reviews, recommending us to friends and family, and – of course – using our name labels. So, thank you – we hope to see you again in 2018! Our office closes today and we will re-open again on Tuesday 2nd January 2018.

We would like to wish you all a Happy Christmas and we hope that your (winter holi)days are both merry and bright.

Merry Christmas To All & To All A Good Night!

On The 10th Day Before Christmas, Stikins ® Gave To Me…

Friday, December 15th, 2017

Christmas with Stikins Name Labels

Names for Father Christmas & the last posting dates for our name labels!

Yes, there are only TEN DAYS left until Christmas Day and hopefully you’re managing to keep on top of the chaos that is Christmas! To help you into the spirit, we’ve decided to look into the world of festive names…

While taking a look at Christmas inspired names, we were struck by how many different names are used to refer to those Christmas (and Winter) visitors who bring gifts to children each year. Here in the UK, we’re all extremely familiar with the jolly man himself, “Father Christmas”, but did you know that there are many other Christmas and winter gift-bringers who are celebrated around the world? Here’s just some of the festive figures that we encountered…

Christmas Names - Stikins Name Labels

While the majority of these figures follow “Old Man” traditions, there are some female gift-givers to be found, including:

  • Saint Lucia/Saint Lucy: most commonly celebrated in Scandinavia and Italy, Saint Lucy is associated with light and “festivals of light” which are held in her honour on the 13th December. In Italy, she brings gifts to good children and coal to bad children – children leave out food to entice the donkey and make sure that Saint Lucy visits their house.
  • The Snow Girl/The Snow Maiden: Snegurochka is celebrated in Russia, where she is usually depicted as the granddaughter and helper of Ded Moroz (“Old Man Frost” or “Grandfather Frost”) – who delivers presents to children on New Year’s Eve.
  • Frau Holle/Old Mother Frost: also known as Holda, Huld, or Hulda, she is variously depicted as a Goddess of Winter, of the Sky, and of the Weather. In some traditions, she flies through the skies on 24th December (also known as “Mother’s Night”) to bring gifts to children. The Grimm Brothers used her in one of their fairy tales; snow falls to earth whenever she shakes out the blanket on her bed and she rewards a good child with gold and punishes a bad child with hot pitch.
  • Perchta: also known as Percht, Berchta, and Bertha, Perchta is a variation of the Frau Holle figure (or vice versa) and traditionally roams the countryside between Christmas and Epiphany, rewarding good children and punishing bad children.
  • Befana the Christmas Witch: celebrated throughout Italy, Befana is an old woman who delivers gifts on Epiphany Eve (the night of 5th January); good children wake up to a stocking full of gifts and sweets, while naughty children find a lump of coal – traditionally, children find nice gifts AND a lump of coal (rock sugar darkened with caramel colouring) as a reminder that they haven’t always been on their best behaviour…

Last posting dates for ordering Stikins ® name labels before Christmas…

So, now that we’ve shared some festive fun with you it’s onto our second gift – our last posting dates for ordering Stikins ® name labels! We’ll be printing our labels for clothing & personal items all next week (Monday – Friday); any orders we receive before 3pm will be despatched on the same day, while those received after 3pm will be sent next day.

Orders are despatched via Royal Mail’s first class service as standard BUT we highly recommend upgrading to our special delivery service (Royal Mail’s Special Delivery Guaranteed service; shipping cost £5.75) to make absolutely sure that your name labels arrive before Christmas. This is because Royal Mail do NOT guarantee that first class items will arrive next day AND because first class mail does tend to see delays in the run up to Christmas.

How to upgrade your name labels order to a special delivery service…

Currently, our special delivery service is only available to request by phone; this allows us to make absolutely sure that your stick on name labels will be made and despatched on the SAME DAY so you definitely get them on the NEXT DAY. Our Customer Service Team is available Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm – simply give us a call on 01270 668076 and we’ll be happy to help.

Please note:

1. Today is the LAST DAY to order Christmas name labels for delivery to the Republic of Ireland.
2. If you find yourself leaving things to the very last minute, the LAST DAY for any orders of school labels, equipment name tags, and general purpose name stickers will be Friday 22nd December (up to 3PM).

To receive your order on Saturday, you will need to order by phone and request our Saturday delivery option (shipping cost: £8.75).

Once normal opening hours resume, you can order at ANYTIME by filling in our handy online order form or you can give us a call (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm) to order your personalised name labels by phone.

Happy #PretendToBeATimeTravellerDay!

Friday, December 8th, 2017

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!Time Traveller Day

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…

Aaron & Abe
Primer

Alba DeTamble
The Time Traveller’s Wife

Amy Pond
Doctor Who

Bill & Ted
Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

Bill Potts
Doctor Who

Cameron
Terminator

Claire Randall
Outlander

Clara Oswold
Doctor Who

Donna Noble
Doctor Who

Emmett Brown
Back To The Future

Gary Sparrow
Goodnight Sweetheart

Gil Pender
Midnight in Paris

Henry DeTamble
The Time Traveller’s Wife

Hiro Nakamura
Heroes

Holly Marshall
Land Of The Lost

Jack Harkness
Torchwood

Jake Epping
11.22.63

James Cole
12 Monkeys

John Connor
Terminator

Kevin
Time Bandits

Kiera Cameron
Continuum

Kyle Reese
Terminator

Lola
Run Lola Run

Lucy Preston
Timeless

Martha Jones
Doctor Who

Marty McFly
Back To The Future

Mickey Smith
Doctor Who

Phil Connors
Groundhog Day

Rick Marshall
Land Of The Lost

Rip Hunter
Legends of Tomorrow

River Song
Doctor Who

Rory Williams
Doctor Who

Rose Tyler
Doctor Who

Rufus Carlin
Timeless

Samuel Beckett
Quantum Leap

Sarah Connor
Terminator

Tim Lake
About Time

Tommy Clark
Heroes Reborn

Tru Davies
Tru Calling

Wyatt Logan
Timeless

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 ® can’t help you to actually travel through time (or space) but they can help you and your family to keep track of all your 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 – and extremely advanced – adhesive that has been developed using the latest materials and manufacturing processes to ensure that each tag lives up to their name, that is that they simply stick on and stay 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 ® are 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 ® can be applied in seconds; you simply peel each name tag off its backing sheet and then stick it onto the wash-care label (of clothing and fabric items) or directly onto the item that you want to label – 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 are securely labelled so that everything always make it’s way 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!

Last Posting Dates For Christmas Name Labels

Friday, December 1st, 2017

Merry Christmas from Stikins Name Labels

It is finally December, which means that the Christmas Countdown is officially ON! It also means that if you’ve been thinking about ordering some Christmas name labels to get yourself organised over the holidays, then NOW is the time to buy!

Prepare for the New Year with Stikins ® Name Labels

Christmas is a great time of year to take stock of how much stuff has made it to school and back again safely (and how much hasn’t) and to see what may need labelling in the new year. Maybe you need school uniform labels for someone who’s grown a bit (or a lot) over the last few months, or perhaps you need name labels for equipment that’s needed for a new class or project starting in January, or perhaps you just need a few extra stick on name labels to help keep a few Christmas presents safe when they inevitably get taken into school for an (un)official show and tell.

If you’ve got a child (or any other family members) with a bit of a reputation for losing things, a pack of Stikins ® name labels might just be the perfect little extra something for their stocking this year.

It’s also a great time to order school name labels on behalf of family and friends – especially those living abroad who will be visiting (or visited) over the holidays.

If you want to order a pack (or two or three or four – or more!) of sticky name labels for delivery BEFORE Christmas – don’t worry! – there’s still plenty of time to make sure that your stick on labels arrive before the big day.

Swift & Speedy Despatch of Seasonal School Name Labels

We print, pack, and post our name labels every day, Monday to Friday, up to 3pm – which means that ALL orders received before 3pm are sent out SAME day, while orders received after 3pm (or over the weekend) are sent out on the NEXT working day.

We send all of our orders via Royal Mail’s first class service as standard (free of charge) and you can also upgrade to a next day delivery service (shipping: £5.75) or a Saturday delivery service (shipping: £8.75) to make sure that your name stickers arrive safe and sound as soon as possible.

To upgrade to our special delivery options, please give us a call on 01270 668076; this allows us to ensure that your order will DEFINITELY be despatched same day for next day delivery.

DELIVERY DEADLINES TO AVOID OVER THE FESTIVE PERIOD

If you do want to order name labels for clothes and other items – and you need them to arrive BEFORE Christmas – then we strongly recommend upgrading to our next day delivery service.

We also recommend ordering as soon as possible to avoid disappointment – especially if you are relying on our standard delivery service; Royal Mail do NOT guarantee that first class items will be delivered next day and this service can experience delays as we get closer to Christmas.

If you do find that ordering name labels has slipped your mind, these are the very last posting dates for orders of Stikins ® name labels:

Delivery to Europe: last posting dates vary by country with some being as early as the 6th December and others being as late as 13th-15th December; you can get in touch with us to find out the last posting date for your intended shipping destination BUT we strongly recommend ordering THIS WEEK to give your name labels plenty of time to arrive.

Delivery to the Republic Of Ireland: we despatch orders via Royal Mail’s International Standard service, which means the last posting date is Friday 15th December.

This service may be delayed so we recommend ordering as early as possible for pre-Christmas delivery.

Standard Delivery to the UK: Royal Mail’s First Class service has a last posting date of Wednesday 20th December.

This service may be delayed so we recommend ordering as early as possible for pre-Christmas delivery OR upgrading to a special delivery service.

Special Delivery to the UK: special delivery is via Royal Mail’s Special Delivery Guaranteed service, which has a last posting date of Thursday 21st December.

If you find yourself leaving things to the VERY last minute this year, we can despatch name labels on Friday 22nd December for delivery before Christmas, providing you upgrade to the Royal Mail’s Saturday Delivery Guaranteed service.

Remember, if you want to upgrade to one of our special delivery options at ANY time during December, you will need to call our Customer Service Team to do so – this allows us to make sure that your sticky name labels are made and despatched on the same day you order.