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Reusable pads and a beautiful drawstring wash bag in a choice of your fabric/colour, tied with a gorgeous satin ribbon. These pads are made with 100% cotton and you have the option of super soft fleece or terry towelling on the reverse. These bags are unlined and perfect for washing your reusable face pads, so you don't lose them in the washing machine. These are a great alternative to disposable face wipes, these can just be thrown in the washing machine and hey presto..... ready to use…
For about five dollars, this DIY splatter shield can help you keep things tidy while spraying solids off of cloth diapers. Learn how to make one here.
Learn how quick and easy (and cheap!) it is to make your own cloth baby wipes at home in this tutorial. We have both sew and no-sew tutorials!
It’s Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday….Okay. No. Now I see why Alex told me “Mommy, don’t sing” yesterday. #lame I hope you all had a wonderful week! I’ve been busy, busy, busy getting ready for this weekend that is going to be crazy with a capital “C”. Christian is getting baptized on Sunday, so we will have 10 adults (two of which are pregnant — NOT ME!), 3 toddlers, 1 baby, and 4 dogs in our house. Whew! It’s going to be a blast! Alex and Christian are going to have both of their…
I’m not a crunchy mom, but I’ll be scrunchy to help my baby. That’s why I make my own water wipes.
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Learn how to make homemade diaper wipes with natural ingredients. Gentle on your baby's skin and fast and simple to make!
6 · 10 minutes · This recipe makes one large batch of baby wipe solution that works best when used with cloth baby wipes.
Oils & Vinegars
- 3 tbsp Coconut oil, organic
- 3 drops Lavender essential oil
- 3 cups Distilled water or boiled tap water
- 1 teaspoon baby wash
- 2 drops Melaleuca (tea tree) essential oil