Babyville Boutique Review (Closed)

As always, though, I think I’ve got the best ever prize pack: a Babyville Boutique package valued at $35!  The amazing thing about Babyville Boutique is that they bring high quality PUL and other diaper supplies to major fabric outlets.  In fact, Babyville Boutique is the ONLY cloth diaper supply maker who offers diaper making supplies at our local Fabricland.  They make diaper making accessible to anyone who wants to learn.

Now you have the chance to try your own hand at making reusable products for your home.  You can win a boy or girl package so that you can make whatever reusable product your heart desires!  Need a wet bag to store pretty much anything?  No problem!  Do you want to try your hand at ditching disposable diapers and making a diaper yourself?  That’s an option, too.  With a Babyville Boutique package, you’re getting the prize of possibilities.  The only limitations is on you!

Enter to win a Babyville Boutique package!  Open to US/Can, ends 11/12 (Cloth Diaper Addicts)

As for me, I know what I’ve done with my package!  While I’m not patient enough to sew up to my own very picky standards, I’m pretty lucky.  I always joke that “I have people for that.”  I’ve passed it along to my good friend and neighbor over at Tadpole Jones Diaper Supply.  I’m getting two amazing diapers made!   We’re also testing out a pattern on Tadpole Jones featuring Babyville Boutique fabric.

Here are some of the amazingly lovely creations that Tadpole Jones Diaper Supply has made using Babyville Boutique supplies:



And below is the first diaper I’ve got on the way.  It’s a work in progress.  (There are some white polka dots on the pink that you can’t really see in this image.  Hmm.)  The second will be an inverse of the same colors.  What would you have made with your Babyville prize package?


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This prize includes a $50 Gift Certificate to Glass Dharma, glass straws handmade in the USA, and a Softbums Cloth Diaper Starter Kit {includes a wet bag, 3 shells, and 6 inserts! You’ll also find the new Merry & Bright Tote Collection from SnapSac resuable bags, a $50 GC to, and a roll of 12 Unpaper Towels from!


disclosure So Easy Being Green, the Blogging Mamas Network, and the Ditch the Disposables participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.

About Suzi

Suzi is an American ex-pat living in British Columbia. She's a cloth diaper addict, wife, mom of three, and President of the Prince George chapter of Cloth for a Cause.


  1. I would make…. more diapers 🙂

  2. I would makediapers. One can never have too many of them 😉

  3. Some home diapers – awesome idea – great gift.

  4. I would make diapers and wet bags.

  5. I think I’d try something simple to start, Maybe a wet bag

  6. I’d ask my cousin to make me a wetbag.
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  7. I would make diaper covers and a wet bag! 🙂

  8. I’d love to make some girlie diaper covers!

  9. Ashley Chassereau Parks says:

    I would love to try to make a cloth diaper!! 🙂

  10. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I’d probably make a double pocket wetbag

  11. Michelle F. says:

    I would try a wet bag first.

  12. Danielle B. says:

    I would probably make some waterproof bibs.

  13. I’d like to try a pocket diaper for my 10-month old!
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  14. Whatever my mother in law would be willing to sew…because I don’t know how! (yet!)

  15. diapers and a wet bag! and maybe some nice large bibs!
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  16. I would make a wet bag – not sure if I would want to risk it on diapers!

  17. I would definitely start with wet bags…diapers are too advanced for me to begin with!

  18. I am getting ready to make some diapers with their fabric so I would definitely make more and possibly a wet bag.

  19. I would totally attempt to make a wet/dry bag!

  20. I love Babyville! I have already started making diapers, but I need more supplies!

  21. diapers and a wetbag, thanks

  22. Christina K. says:

    I would make a cloth diaper.

  23. Diapers, for sure!
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  24. I would love to make a diaper 🙂

  25. Michelle Lee says:

    I’d love to try my hand at making a cloth diaper. 🙂

  26. One Southern Girl says:

    I’d make some diapers.. maybe a changing pad!

  27. Annissa F says:

    Ive started making newborn fitteds, so I’d like to make some pretty covers as well!

  28. Jessica Snow says:

    I would attempt to make a diaper.
    Thanks for the giveaway! =)

  29. A wetbag! I don’t have one.

  30. I’d make cloth diapers for my unborn baby.

  31. I would make a mat for under the high chair. A carpeted kitchen is a bad thing!

  32. I would make either some diapers for my little boy due in February, or some overnight trainers for my little girl!

  33. Wet bags!

  34. I’d make some newborn CDs. 🙂

  35. I would make some new diapers for my baby and toddler. With two in diapers, we can always use more! 🙂

  36. Make little diapers!

  37. Shannon Ropp says:

    newborn diaper

  38. I would make some diapers and wet bags.

  39. I would like to make some newborn sized diapers, I really enjoy making the pocket style lined with flanel. I think that Velcro is best for the smaller sizes, so I would probably go that route. I would also like to try my hand at some wetbags. I have never made them before, and that rainbow chevron is calling my name. What a great giveaway.

  40. I would work with my sister (who has more crafty/sewing skills than I) to make a diaper (or two?) If we can get two, one for my little and one for her little on the way! 🙂

  41. I’d make some diapers to build up my stash.

  42. Melisa Darnieder says:

    I would TRY to make a pocket diaper 🙂

  43. chelsea preston says:

    diaper covers and mama cloth

  44. I would love to try to make a diaper cover. Try is the key word 🙂
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  45. Megan Gardner says:

    I would either try to make a diaper or try again to make a wet bag. Zippers are hard!

  46. I would try to make a diaper 🙂
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  47. Judith Martinez says:

    I’d like to make a diaper bag and a few covers.

  48. I would make some overnight diapers for my almost potty trained two year old and maybe some dolly diapers too 🙂

  49. I would make a wet bag in a size I need and maybe even attempt a swim diaper.

  50. Miranda Fielder says:

    I’d make a wetbag, or at least try!

  51. Becki Witherow says:

    Training pants

  52. Ashley Addison says:

    I would definitely make some diapers for one of my closest friends.

  53. A couple of diapers, maybe a matching wet bag! Or a changing pad!

  54. Stephanie Olmsted says:

    I would love a wetbag

  55. Rhiannon B says:

    I don’t know that I could make a diaper, so I think I’d try to make some snack bags!

  56. Amelia Jarvis says:

    I would make diapers and a wet bag!!

  57. Katy Emanuel says:

    I would love to try making diapers


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