Grab a Scab Review: Personalize Back to School!

Are you looking for ways to make your child's items unique and fitting to their personality and style?
Does someone in your child's class have the same exact backpack?
Need to put labels on your child's lunchbox or other items to warn of allergies?

Grab a Scab are your answer!

Grab a scab are high quality, stick on patches that you can put anywhere. They are permanent, so they will last through washing and wear and tear, so only apply them if you want them stuck!

We love Grab a Scab for making plain clothing more unique. I ordered a large amount of the same plain t-shirt a while back, and we were looking for ways to make each shirt more unique. We love this one to show our USA pride:
Grab a scabs are good for shirts, plants, and other clothing. They can also be used on folders, pencil cases, and even lunch boxes. There really isn't an end to where you place your Grab a Scab.

Of course, the CAN also be used as patches to cover those pesky holes and rips that children always seem to get in their clothing, but we hate being limited by a practical use in our home!

We also love that it is a mom created and owned company, and their customer service is AMAZING!!!!

As you can see there are a TON of choices:
You can order scabs on their website at: http://www.grabascab.com
Find them on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/GrabAScab
And on Twitter: http://twitter.com/grabascab

MamaBreak received Grab a Scabs for free to review here on the website. MamaBreak did not receive any other compensation. As always, our opinions and experiences are our own. 

14 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great product. I like how you can use them as patches and no one would know the difference.

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  2. Great idea. Awesome looking way to decorate a shirt or a jacket.

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  3. a very nice way to decorate ajacket

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  4. Love this concept. Lots of ways to implement on items.

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  5. Love these. So many ideas come to mind that I could use.

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  6. HA gross name but sounds so easy to use!

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  7. Very cool! Thank you for sharing!

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  8. How fun! My 10 year old would even enjoy this!

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  9. ohh wow! This is great! Kids love to express them selves....this is a great way to do that!

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  10. These would make awesome lil stocking stuffers or part of a gift.

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  11. How cool! The name is interesting however...lol!

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  12. That is really cool I will have to get some of those for Amelia

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  13. What a great idea funky name though haha

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  14. I love the name and they look so cute! hehehe

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