Parents Are Loving This Hair Straightener Hack To Iron On Name Tags
Luckily, we've just come across a hack to make the latter far easier and it involved just a pair of straighteners.
First spotted on Facebook Group Family Lockdown Tip & Ideas the hack sees name labels added on to uniforms in seconds using a hair iron.
Simply grab your pre-printed name tags (Labels4Kids sells a huge selection), place it over your label and sweep over your hot straighteners to see them magically fuse on.
"Whichever one of you gorgeous people suggested hair straighteners for name labels.... GENIUS! All uniform done in minutes..." wrote one happy mum.
And what's more, there's no need to whip out the ironing board. Genius.
Kids across the UK returned to school on Tuesday 1st September after more than 160 days since they were ordered to be homeschooled as the country was put under lockdown.
While many will no doubt be missing their little ones, some might be breathing sighs of relief at their kids going off to school again.
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Some may even decide to take after Lisa Sobis, a mum-of-two, who was so pleased at welcoming back her freedom last year that she decided to throw a one-woman 'back to school' party with balloons, party hats and booze.
The mum, from Bourton-on-the-Water in the Cotswolds, posted a hilarious selfie of herself enjoying the party online.
Meanwhile daughters Ruby, eight, and Belle, five - who attend Springback Primary Academy in Cheltenham - stand grumpily in the background with arms crossed.
"My children know I love them dearly but when the first day of school comes around, it is nice to see them back off," Lisa said.
"You see all these pictures on the first day back of school of children posing nicely in front of the fireplace or the doorway.
"I just wanted to do something different from the traditional."
Lisa added: "We do live in a fun household - we all found taking the photo to be very humorous."
Featured Image Credit: Chloe Dixon/Facebook
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