Minestamp helps you clearly label notebooks, book bags, articles of clothing and more using wash-resistant textile ink. This stamp ink refill keeps your Minestamp stamping for about a year—that's 1,000 stamps.
When you were a kid, your mom may have sewn those custom clothing labels into shirts and bags for school or camp. Or, to save a little time, she may have used a laundry marker. Which means, ID-ing your things either took a lot of time, or didn't look very good.
Paco Navaez, a father of three, uses Minestamp, and not just because he came up with it. With Paco's invention, labeling anything from books to uniforms to backpacks is as simple as one press. The resulting ID stamp is clean and clearly legible, using wash-resistant textile ink.
Each Minestamp is yours to personalize, with a set of letters and numbers included and a pair of tweezers to help you set them. With up to three lines of text, add name, address, and phone number or email. More than one child? Simply change the letters for different names. Or, you can save time and just pick up one Minestamp for each kid. Slide a photo or illustration inside the handle of each Minestamp as a fun way to keep them sorted.
This quick, simple way to label your kids' items looks and stays sharp. If only everything about kids were this easy.