Welcome to the Accessorize Your Cloth Diapers Stash, According to Jenny and So Easy Being Green. This even runs from August 24-31. I’m participating in this giveaway hop along with many other bloggers – giving you even more chances of winning cloth diaper accessories.
Thirsties Duo All-in-One Cloth Diaper from Thanks Mama ($15.75)
I can’t say enough wonderful things about Thanks Mama. They are dedicated to providing moms and babies with eco-friendly products – from cloth diapers and accessories to baby gear to skin care products, including organic brands. I’m a complete newbie to cloth diapers and when I talked to Helena from Thanks Mama, she walked me through the steps in choosing a cloth diaper that’s right for me and my 11-month-old son. As much as I’d love to say I was getting special treatment, Thanks Mama offers one-on-one advice on the phone for all customers who need help choosing cloth diapers or any product from their store.
Helena recommended the Thirsties Duo All-in-One cloth diaper. It was everything I wanted in a cloth diaper: absorbency, fitted (not bulky at all), easy to put on and take off, easy to wash and quick to dry. I’m always on the move with my two older boys, so I needed a cloth diaper that could keep up with us and Thirsties Duo All-in-One totally fit the bill. Hemp inserts or cotton doublers (extra absorbent) could be used for heavy wetters or nighttime use too.
The customer service at Thanks Mama is fantastic, plus they offer 90-day returns and free shipping with purchases over $60. They also have great information on their website about cloth diapers.
Photo courtesy of Thanks Mama.
Bamboo Soaker Pads From BubbyBums ($8.95 for a set of three)
Finding the right soaker pads for cloth diapers can be a challenge. But BubbyBums has the perfect set available in bamboo. Each pad has four layers of soft bamboo terry, which is really absorbent – great for heavy soakers or nighttime use. And unlike microfiber terry, bamboo can be used on baby’s skin directly on top of a diaper lining or stuffed into a pocket opening. These bamboo cloth diaper soaker pads come in a natural color and are naturally antimicrobial.
Started by a mom who wanted to provide affordable, yet high-quality cloth training pants to customers, BubbyBums is now a family-run business in North Texas. Bubby Bums specializes in cloth training pants (all made in the USA), along with cloth diaper, cloth diaper accessories and children’s apparel.
Photo courtesy of BubbyBums.
Dimensional Diaper Pail Liner from Growing Green Baby ($18.95)
This diaper pail liner from Growing Green Baby features a 3D design that enables it to stand on its own (without a diaper pail). If you prefer to use a diaper pail, this liner will fit any pail size. The elastic drawstring and toggle allow for a snug fit. It holds more volume with its barrel shape at 26″ tall, 16″ in diameter and 54″ around. The no-stink fabric is a waterproof laminate on the inside of the liner plus no-leak seams. Cleaning is a cinch – just wash in the same load as dirty cloth diapers. Tumble dry low or hang to dry. There’s no need to clean a diaper pail again.
And while cloth diapers alone are better for the environment, this diaper pail liner is eco-friendly too because it’s biodegradable. When composted, it will break down in about 5 years (the drawstring and toggle will not break down).
Photo courtesy of Growing Green Baby.
One winner will receive two sets of bamboo soaker pads (3 pads in each set, 6 pads total), a Thirsties Duo All-in-One cloth diaper and a diaper pail liner, worth over $43. Enter the contest using Rafflecopter.
You can also enter other cloth accessories giveaways in the Accessorize Your Stash giveaway hop by following the hashtag #clothaccessories on Twitter or check out giveaways from hosting bloggers below.
Got a question about the giveaway? Contact me.
I received one bamboo soaker to try as a sample. However, these opinions are my own. I was not otherwise compensated to write this blog post.
According to Jenny, So Easy Being Green, and the Accessorize your Stash participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.