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Epson LabelWorks LW-400 + GIVEAWAY

The kids may have already gone back to school however the need for organisation is needed all year round. The Epson LabelWorks LW-400 label printer is a must have for every household; this powerful label maker takes organisation to another level.

Epson LabelWorks LW-400

Epson LabelWorks LW-400

The Epson LabelWorks LW-400 is packed full of amazing features that will have the most unorganised person leading a more efficient home. As it is so simple to use I didn’t hesitate in letting the kids create some labels on their own for their toy storage tubs in their bedrooms. I have created a few labels to help me arrange the power cords on my desk with ease, make my filing more organised and easy to locate what I am looking for. The pantry is always reasonably organised (as you would expect from two former chefs) however once the kids put the groceries away there is always certain things that are put in the wrong places. A few little labels later and we have sorted this issue out.

Epson LabelWorks LW-400

Key features & Benefits

* Huge variety – 14 fonts, 10 styles, 300+ symbols, 75+ frames and so much more.

* Caters to all label making need – prints labels up to 18mm wide, has the ability to print up to 4 lines of text allowing more space to enhance your design through frames and symbols.

* Speciality print modes – with a variety of tab, flag and wrap styles that are perfect for cables (like the power cords shown above) and much more.

* Less wastage – the margins are smaller compared to other brands which results in up to 60% margin waste.

*Speciality labels – the label maker is suited to a wide range of label tapes. Strong adhesive, glow in the dark, iron-on and fluorescent tapes for everyday labelling in and the home/office.

*Asset tagging – you can easily print barcodes for products and merchandise.

Epson LabelWorks LW-400

As mentioned above – it is incredible easy to use! From changing the tape to printing the labels, it is very simple. To change the tape simply remove the old cartridge and push the new one into the empty space. To print simply type what you want it to say on the label and press print. Press the scissors button on the side to cut the tape and your label is now ready to use.

Epson LabelWorks LW-400

I love how quiet this little beast is and that you can customise projects, gift cards, wrapping paper and ribbon within a matter of seconds! The Epson LabelWorks LW-400 is ideal for busy Mums and Dads who want organisation and an easy, efficient way to label products for the home, office and school. So you don’t have to go hunting, the LW-400P and ribbons are available at Officeworks.

Click for more information on the Epson LabelWorks LW-400.


Prize Includes: 1x Epson LabelWorks LW-400 & 1x additional ribbon. Total Prize Pool $110.99.

Epson LabelWorks LW-400

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The name of the promotion is: Epson LabelWorks Blog Competition
The promoter is All Mum Said in conjunction with the Epson
The conditions of entry are : answer the question in the rafflecopter, one entry per person.
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The giveaway will close on 02/03/2015 at 11.59pm. Comments submitted after this time will not be
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This is a game of skill. The winner will be awarded based on the strength of their answer to the
question:  What is your most unorganised aspect of life or home and why?
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  1. 09/02/2015 / 1:40 pm

    Definitely my pantry – I had old Tupperware labels but the containers now contain different things than originally labelled and besides so small my hub can’t read them without specs and he or kids just grab first empty one.
    I suppose better than stale food. Treasure hunts instead.

  2. Kylie Harris
    09/02/2015 / 1:42 pm

    My junk drawer which has spilled to another drawer and making its way to filling a cupboard

  3. Narelle Rock
    09/02/2015 / 2:02 pm

    My pantry, it’s too high and the shelves are too deep, I throw things at the back or hide special Mummy treats and then I can’t find them again…or my teenagers who are conveniently taller than me happen to locate them!

  4. Deborah
    09/02/2015 / 2:04 pm

    I would use this to label all the office files would be so handy would also be great for the kids school things

  5. Karen Mashford
    09/02/2015 / 2:42 pm

    My Warranty and Receipt folder desperately needs labels to help me find things quickly and easily.

  6. Teena
    09/02/2015 / 4:28 pm

    My kids playroom, they have so many boxes and containers, its hard to find what you want without having to open them all first!

  7. Kathryn Tupper
    09/02/2015 / 11:43 pm

    This would be awesome to help me organise everyones medication. I have 12 of my very own and sharing a house with 4 of us, theres plenty in the medicine cabinet that needs labeling for all our healths sake 🙂

  8. sheridan leonard
    10/02/2015 / 9:25 am

    the kitchen pantry! no matter how many times i sort it out it always seems to get messy the next day!

  9. Anna
    11/02/2015 / 8:58 am

    The “spare cupboard”. I tend to throw anything in there that I can’t be bothered finding a spot for- it’s getting out of control!!!

  10. Lydia Rofe
    11/02/2015 / 12:09 pm

    Can i say everything but the linen press. We have a tiny house so it is very hard to keep things in check. There is no room for extra’s. I really want to organise my bathroom and laundry cupboards before we have a crawler to get those nasties either out of the house or up and out of site. A labeller would help me see the unseen on the top shelves.

  11. Lisa G
    12/02/2015 / 2:59 pm

    Only my waking hours 🙂

  12. Diana O
    12/02/2015 / 5:07 pm

    His section of the house, aka the Garage and mens lair. If I need a screwdriver or a hammer, good luck to me to find one while he’s at work. Nightmare in there.

  13. karina l
    12/02/2015 / 8:51 pm

    That corner of Transformers that my husband has collected over the years and now sits in my little girls room because we have no space elsewhere. It’s growing out of control!

  14. Jocelyn R
    12/02/2015 / 10:03 pm

    My car! There are clothes, shoes, pillows, toys, things to take to the Op shop and receipts and money floating ALL around it, a real disgrace!

  15. Kelly-Marie R
    12/02/2015 / 11:29 pm

    With all of us either going to school or studying in some capacity the home office is in disarray. There’s stationary covering every surface and constant arguments over whose stuff is whose. Yesterday there was nearly a fistfight over a pen

  16. Mandy Graham
    15/02/2015 / 8:53 am

    My mornings always seem a blur.

  17. Amanda
    15/02/2015 / 3:51 pm

    In my study there is so much unfiled, disorganised paperwork that it would be considered a fire hazard!

  18. Summer Hinaki-McDade
    16/02/2015 / 12:25 am

    Would have to be our clothes as one son has no built in wardrobe, theres also no linen cupboard and what wardrobe we and our other son has is very small.

  19. Lara (and Ava) Daebritz
    16/02/2015 / 11:38 pm

    There’s glue and glitter, pompoms and paint:
    Buttons and beads…but organised it ain’t;
    Cardboard and crayons, scissors and string;
    But I can never ever find the right craft thing.
    My craft cupboard’s messy, disorganised one might say;
    So an Epson LabelWorks would certainly save my day!

  20. Maria P
    17/02/2015 / 3:19 pm

    My daughter! Unfortunately she has her own agenda.

  21. Phillip Cunningham
    18/02/2015 / 9:30 pm

    My desk as it’s commonly called the black hole of our home as things tend to disappear into the iunknown when placed on it. Now where did I put my mouse.

  22. Karen Edwards
    20/02/2015 / 3:28 pm

    We’ve just had a new corner pantry installed and its a huge unorganised mess I’d love to have everything in order and labeled

  23. Michelle Gray
    20/02/2015 / 4:56 pm

    My computer desk, it seems to be the dumping ground for everything, by everyone!!!

  24. Sarah J
    21/02/2015 / 9:14 pm

    My pantry is just a mess,
    Mothballs, out of dates I confess,
    With the Epson LabelWorks LW-400,
    My pantry would be sure to impress.
    Then onto the rest, nonetheless,
    Kids toys, Tupperware and linen press,
    It’s sure to help unorganised everyday stress.

  25. Melissa K
    21/02/2015 / 9:23 pm

    Where’s the pasta? do I have any sugar left? Oh I thought I had some of that sauce?
    and…. ouch! that tin off soup fell on my foot again!
    These are the things I am saying to myself each and every time in the kitchen and its something I desperately need to fix!

  26. Karen Stevens
    21/02/2015 / 9:39 pm

    Having just moved house last week I am too afraid to open any of my packed boxes as I am so disorganized and want to make a brand new start for my new home. I desperately need some help to organize my life. Please help me!

  27. Jo craze
    22/02/2015 / 12:06 am

    I have clear jars with flour ect but never know what is in each one until I stick my finger in it and taste would love some organization

  28. Candice Milner
    22/02/2015 / 2:09 am

    My lounge room is cluttered, there’s toys everywhere
    Blocks cover the floor and books thrown on the chair.
    Maybe, if labelled, those empty toy boxes and bins
    Could guide my son to where he should put his toys in.

  29. Alison Weidman
    24/02/2015 / 2:31 am

    My office is the most unorganised room in our house, I really do try but it just ends up as a dumping ground again and again!!

  30. Charlotte L.
    24/02/2015 / 3:32 pm

    My kitchen cupboard! Too much in there and no order at all! Easier to shut the door and not look!

  31. Mick G
    24/02/2015 / 8:20 pm

    My shed – whenever O go in there people are afraid I may disappear forever amongst the mess

  32. Melissa Jones
    25/02/2015 / 5:57 pm

    My kitchen pantry as well. Inside looks like ‘goodies trash’ and everyone home always tries to dig out their ‘treasures’, that makes the mess worse and more expired food. I’m thinking about putting the labels on the cabinet board, just like supermarket aisle signs, so everyone can find their stuffs easily and my pantry looks tidy.

  33. Gemma Westacott Blair
    25/02/2015 / 11:22 pm

    I have a mini mountain of paperwork sitting on the kitchen bench. It’s my pretty poor version of a ‘filing system’. Lol. Can never find anything I need and because of that I procrastinate over dealing with it. Really should get a more organised system with everything clearly filed and marked, before I send hubby and I both batty.

  34. rhys nelson
    26/02/2015 / 9:00 pm

    Lable treat foods in our house stop all arguments right away

  35. Cathy H
    28/02/2015 / 11:54 pm

    There once was a desperate mother,
    Who’s family had to run and take cover,
    When opening the door,
    Where EVERYTHING’S stored…
    (Much better to open another!)

  36. Lauren A
    01/03/2015 / 7:45 pm

    Paper! We have so many school notes/bills/invitations/drawings/miscellaneous sitting behind magnets on the fridge, pinned to the noticeboard, stacked on the kitchen bench/table/desk, shoved in my handbag, drifting across the floor… it’s like evil Gremlins taking over the house. I need to take action, and confine them with warning labels before they multiply any further.

  37. Carolyn
    02/03/2015 / 10:24 am

    My husband and kids! Seeing I can’t stick labels on them I think labeling things for them might help keep them more organised.

  38. chloe donahue
    02/03/2015 / 1:16 pm

    My clothes! I dont have any drawers in my room and my crap is just everywhere lol ill be getting new furniture yayyy.

  39. 02/03/2015 / 9:21 pm

    Most unorganised space would be my office that I have to share with my boyfriend lol. Would love a labeller to label his files and mine, his section and mine section.

  40. Rohit
    02/03/2015 / 9:48 pm

    The garage in our home is the most disorganised. It has loads of stuff & we never get enough space to park our car. I wish I could throw the items that are broken, donate the items that I don’t need & properly arrange the well labelled items that we really need & finally park our family car in the garage.

  41. Lisa Jene
    02/03/2015 / 10:56 pm

    The kitchen is the first room you enter in the house. As such, the handy bit of counter right next to the door gets loaded with mail, garbage, all the things that come into the house (but no one knows where to put them) and all the things that are meant to leave the house (and get forgotten). Being the kitchen, there’s the odd dish there as well.

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