What You'll Get
If it's not labeled with your name, your coffee mug legally can be used by any person, animal with opposable thumbs, or sentient plant that wants to drink from it. Stake a claim to what's yours with today's personalizing Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of personalized gifts from Tickle Bellies.
Tickle Bellies' small staff pairs whimsical and customized designs with useful household and educational items for wee ones, their parents, and teachers. Cartoon-emblazoned, waterproof vinyl labels come in rectangular ($20 for 42) and round ($16.50 for 24) forms, staking claim on wishy-washy belongings that are prone to going along with whomever will have them. Kaleidoscopic personalized borders top handheld dry-erase boards for kids, which offer horizontal lines to assist in forming level penmanship or blank space for dry-erase markers and erasers to one up one another ($19.95, 8"x10"). Fanciful BPA-free aluminum water bottles ($26) rule in favor of cold liquids and zealously clasp to backpacks and luggage along with bag tags ($22.50 for three). Shoppers can apply personal touches to onesies or T-shirts ($23) by choosing hues and designs and adding a name, fun message, or social-security number.
Plans on paper materialize with 100-sheet notepads that vary in style from the 3.5"x9" slim-line notepads ($18.25, 100-sheet pad) to the academic 5.5"x6.75" Schoolhouse notepad ($18.25, 100-sheet pad). Charming invitations ($28.50) will inevitably lead to thank-you card exchanges, with fill-in-the-blank ($19) cards to train little ones in proper manners and blank cards ($26.26) for creative types writing you're-welcome cards.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 4/25. Online only. Not valid for sale items. Returns not valid for personalized items. Valid towards shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.