We’re excited to unveil a full line of holiday-themed cloth diapers created by work-at-home moms and artisans through our new program, Stashing Through the Snow!
Stashing Through the Snow will feature a new cloth diaper each day through December 20, giving our customers an opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind pieces for your holiday diaper collection. For more details on this program, see this blog post.
Today, we’re showcasing a Snowmen cloth diaper by ChunkabuTT Creations. For full details on the style, inserts and more, click here.
- One size cloth diaper fits approximately 7-35 lbs.
- Full cotton woven outer
- Hidden PUL
- White blizzard fleece inner
- 2 petal soaker made of two layers heavy organic bamboo fleece in each petal
- Soaker snaps into diaper
Use & Care:
Before first use, bamboo inserts should be washed on hot with a small amount of detergent 5-8 times to be fully prepped. Diaper shell is already prepped.
To wash, do a cold rinse, a hot wash with cloth diaper safe detergent, another cold rinse and line dry or tumble dry low.
About Mama Melissa Homeyer
Inspired by my three boys, I make cloth diapers from my home in my spare time. When I’m not making diapers, I work full-time, fixing computers.
I began cloth diapering when my middle son was 8-months-old and haven’t looked back. Cloth diapers are way cuter than disposables!
My mom taught me to sew as a young girl and it has always been a stress reliever and hobby.
When I started making diapers for my son, my family encouraged me to sell them, which is how I began ChunkabuTT.
I love helping other moms learn about modern cloth diapers. It’s amazing how many different varieties of cloth diapers are available to suit your needs.
I can make nearly any style diaper, including crocheted wool and pockets, and I truly enjoy what I do.
You can see more of Melissa’s designs on Facebook or on HyenaCart.
Each cloth diaper featured during Stashing Through the Snow is a
unique design that is only available in limited quantities only at Cotton Babies, while supplies last.
Help us rejoice the creations of work-from-home moms and small businesses around the world!
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