If Stuck On You were a person, they’d be negotiating a raise, figuring out their “signature drink,” or having a quarter-life crisis because they haven’t done either.

Thankfully, Stuck On You is not a person. Instead, they’re Australia’s original personalisation company, famous for creating high-quality personalised children’s labels and products – and they’re about to turn 25!

To celebrate this massive milestone, the Geelong-based brand is launching a brand-new range of adorable designs. And while the designs are brand spankin’ new, the new collection will place the same emphasis on fun, functionality and family-friendly products that Stuck On You fans know and love.

Available on much-loved and wildly popular Stuck On You products like Labels, Bags, Bag Tags and Insulated Food Jars, this collection is the perfect way to kick off the school year and a fresh new decade.

One stand-out product we can’t wait to get our hands on is Stuck On You’s best-selling Bento Lunch Box – a simple-to-use, easy-to-clean mealtime solution for both parents and kids. 

Fun and functional, the Bento Lunch Box is the ultimate win-win; parents feel great purchasing it, and kids love taking it to school. It’s also the perfect environmentally-friendly solution, saving around 30 kilograms of landfill in school bins per child, each year.

Encouraging Australians to be sustainable through personalisation is the broader goal of Stuck On You’s new designs, and their established range in general. The clever clogs at Stuck On You know that when kids have items that are truly theirs, they’re less likely to use them. Less loss, less cost.

So, go ahead and stick a name on just about anything. Get Stuck On You’s brand new range before it’s gone – and join the personalisation revolution.




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