Mabel’s Labels has the 411 on Safety {Giveaway}

We all know and love Mabel’s Labels for their colourful and durable labels but not only do they keep your kids belongings from getting lost they also carry items to keep your kids safe!

“My 411 Wristbands” are durable, disposable ID bracelets perfect for theme parks and field trips. Personalize with vital information and contact details.


With our family trip to Pennsylvania approaching, I started getting nervous like I always do about keeping the kids safe. We would be visiting amusement parks and museums with large crowds and I worried about them getting lost. I was especially unsettled knowing that this time we didn’t even have the comfort of home turf on our side, we were going to be in another country!

Mabel’s Labels sent us a pack of their My 411 Labels in a ‘Treasure Hunt’ design so for my pirate loving crew, these were pretty fun to put on! They work similar to other wristbands you might get at a venue but these ones are personalized with information to get them safely back to you.

Our labels read: I’m Lost, Please Call: and then listed both mom’s cell number and dad’s cell number. But you can choose what works for you.

I’m embarrassed to say that the one time my three year did wander off in the Mad Hatter’s maze at the children’s museum was the one day we rushed out the door without putting on the wristbands. ack! we were lucky and a staff member found him quickly but I can tell you that is one moment I never ever want to relive! You can be sure we never forgot again!

My 411 Wristbands come in a set of 30 and have these features:

■Water resistant
■Sunscreen resistant
■Chlorine resistant
■Perspiration resistant
■5 original designs
■Satisfaction guaranteed

Mabel’s Labels Gives Back: Mabel’s Labels will donate 10 percent of all sales of this product to Autism Speaks, an organization that promotes research and awareness about autism.

With Summer travels ahead, Mabel’s Labels has a package of My 411 Wristbands to giveaway!

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  1. Big Trips like to the Zoo or going down to the US

  2. Jennifer says:

    Any time we are going somewhere with big crowds!

  3. Samorjj says:

    They very idea of this being necessary gives me chills, but I think I would use them for outings at busy places (zoo etc…) or for school field trips.

  4. Melissa Yee says:

    Love Mabel labels!
    I’d use the wristbands on our family vacation!!

  5. I would give these to my girlfriend who has a child with Autism. I’m sure it would give her some piece of mind.

    Thanks for making this open to Canadians.
    Besos, Sarah
    Zookeeper at Journeysof TheZoo

  6. Nancy T says:

    At the Toronto Zoo, Wonderland, the Beach, Great Wolf Lodge…..anywhere there’s a crowd where either DD might be separated from us.

  7. Day trips and vacations!

  8. I would use these wrist bands any time we are heading to a large venue with the kids (zoo, museum, waterpark etc.) where there is a chance that I could get separated from them!

  9. B. Perez says:

    At the splash park and the beach this summer!
    Thank you for the entries 😀

  10. Amusement parks and Field Trips

  11. Perfect for school trips or away birthday parties.

  12. We’re going to Disneyland this year so these would be perfect.

  13. At the zoo… we had a near wandering off just this week!

  14. Amusement Park, beach, zoo anywhere busy really!

  15. These have so many uses… the beach, amusement/water park, Calgary Stampede (yahoo!), Aquarium etc…

  16. Shannon Baas says:

    When travelling.

  17. Monica Lavoie says:

    I would use these anytime we went somewhere that ther was going to be a lot of people. Amusement parks, fairs, malls.


  18. On trips to the zoo or big theme parks, etc., when he can run off in a crowd soooo quickly!

  19. Mandy Blank says:

    My son has apraxia, so these would provide such peace of mind. He can’t communicate well, so we wouldn’t have to worry in bigger crowds.

  20. Sandra O says:

    I would use them each time I go out…shopping, theme parks, swimming…anything! Love the idea of my son always having a phone number that can be calll

  21. I would use these when ever we go to a heavily populated area…. the park (usually very busy, very open), mall, out and about when out of town, etc.

  22. when we go on field trips

  23. I would probably use these at a mall, or when we go to a play center. My son has a tendency just to leave thinking I left without him.

  24. traveling this summer – the Zoo or the science centre

  25. I would use them for pretty much any outing with the boys (theme park, zoo, museum etc)

  26. When my kids go on school field trips.

  27. susan varney says:

    at the horse races and at the park

  28. Nicole Precourt says:

    Whenever we go out in a large crowd and even shopping , since a 2 year old just doesn’t like or want to stay in the cart lol

  29. Trung Nguyen says:

    I would use them when hiking

  30. I would use these when our family heads to the Exhibition in Regina. I’m pretty confident about my ability to keep an eye on my boys…everywhere except there! It’s just so busy with so many people running around and so many rides, etc, that I would just feel safer knowing that our boys are prepared just in case!

  31. kamilah says:

    On trips w/ large groups

  32. Travelling, like you. We’ve been to big events like this where I’ve been worried about losing the girls. These wristbands sound like a great idea! 🙂

  33. These wristbands are a great idea! I’d use them at the ROM or the Toronto Zoo. I wish I’d had them when we were at Disney World in the spring!

  34. Sarah C says:

    At the zoo, park, museums, malls

  35. I would use these for trips to busy public places like Canada’s Wonderland or the zoo!

  36. on excursions with the family especially because my son runs away

  37. Jennifer Barata Allen says:

    Going to places where there is a crowd. Like the mall, Playland, beach, etc.

  38. elaine bolduc says:

    when i go places with my young grandchildren and mostly on my grandson who has down syndrome. i would probably keep one on him forever as he is always trying to run away 🙁

  39. When we go to Michigan Adventures

  40. Terri Menke says:

    I would use them at amusement parks, the zoo, parks

  41. Michelle B says:

    I would use them all the time as my son has Autism and is prone to running.

  42. On Trips out with larger crowds or lots of other people!

  43. I would use these on all outings (to the park, zoo, splashpad, mall, etc).

  44. Lily Kwan says:

    I would use these wristbands when going on trips.

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