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 ($24) 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 ($19.50, 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 ($27.00) for creative types writing you're-welcome cards.