Cloth WORKS! Giveaway


Nissa from Cloth Diaper Guru blog is a working mom and she is
celebrating getting a new job!  If you’re a busy parent, you know that
Cloth WORKS! Cloth Diapers save money and they are great for the
environment.  Cloth diapers can also be used in daycare centers.  Visit
Cloth Diaper Guru blog for lots of tips on being a cloth diapering and
working parent, and read Celeste’s recent post for great how-to advice
about cloth diapers and daycare.

Cloth Diaper Guru is inviting
you to celebrate with us.  But, this isn’t just any celebration: this is
a huge, $200+ Giveaway to celebrate cloth diapering and working moms.
Let’s learn more about our sponsors:

Johnette’s Jams: Two Jamberry Wrap Sheets and a Manicure Set ($42)
might think you don’t have time to look fabulous, but every mom can
have perfectly manicured nails, with Jamberry!  These nail wraps stay on
for two weeks (up to 6 weeks on toes) and they do not chip. Tip: host a
party and receive free products!

Ella Bella Bum: Custom Cloth Diaper ($30+)
you want a one-of-a-kind cloth diaper that is impressively photo
worthy?  Sam from Ella Bella Bum has done it again with this gorgeous
cloth diaper.  Ella Bella Bum diapers are so sought after, you might
need to stalk their Facebook page to have the opportunity to purchase

The Parenting Patch and Give it Love: $50 Gift Card to Nicki’s Diapers
of our favorite sites are teaming up to give you the opportunity to
have your own shopping spree at Nicki’s Diapers. If you aren’t already
following The Parenting Patch and Give it Love on Facebook, you should
head over and return the love.

Green Team Distribution: EcoNuts, Diaper Dawgs Spray Collar, and Changing Diapers Book ($38)
Diaper odors? Be gone!  EcoNuts are a must-have for cloth diapers and
clothing and Agnes recently fell in love with this new laundry solution (read her review).
Make cloth diapering more fun and less messy with a Diaper Dawgs Spray

Smart Bottoms: Cloth Diaper Wet bag and Stay Dry Fleece Liners ($23)

Keep your baby dry and comfortable with these fleece diaper liners, and store soiled diapers in style.  Smart Bottoms diapers and accessories are made in the USA!

Cloth Diaper Guru and Kelly’s Closet: BumGenius 4.0 ($17)
can never have enough cloth diapers!  We love our affiliate partners at
Kelly’s Closet and are excited to have the chance to give away a
top-rated cloth diaper–especially one that worked well for our kids.

Cloth WORKS!
Open to US and Canada* Residents 18 yrs of Age and Older
Falsified entries will be removed, entries from fake profiles will be disqualified (play fair and have fun)

a Rafflecopter giveaway

*Sponsors and Cloth Diaper Guru blog reserve the right to substitute a prize of
equal or greater value if the winner is from Canada or if the original
prize becomes unavailable. Kelly’s Closet selects the solid color cloth
diaper to provide (winner may select gender). Participating bloggers are
not responsible for prize fulfillment.  This giveaway is in no way
associated with Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest, or Instagram.

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’m a cloth diapering working mom and what makes cloth diapering work for us is our large stash of bumGenius 4.0 diapers. These have the lowest learning curve out of any cloth diapers we have tried, they are easy to get clean, and are customizable as your child grows. We love them and I would love to get a few more!

  2. I’m probably most looking forward to the NIcki’s Diapers gift card.

  3. I have been working on my stash and have 31 changes worth of diapers, but I really want to get more! That’s my selfish reason for liking the bumgenius part of the giveaway (bumgenius were one of the first diapers I added to my stash) but another wet bag for downstairs would be very welcome as well.

  4. Jamie Hammel says:

    The Ella Bella Bum diaper. I have been wanting to try them, but husband has me on a “no more diapers” period for right now, 🙁

  5. I’m just starting my cloth diaper stash. My little one is allergic to disposables so I just learning!

  6. Miranda Floyd says:

    Hubby and I are starting our stash before our little one gets here. It’s our first. I really really want to cloth diaper and am a little out of my depth. I just think disposables are like throwing away money.

  7. What I really like about cloth diaper (or I guess what makes it ‘work for me’) is that I never have to worry about how many diapers we’re going through or feel pressured to leave my baby in a diaper longer so as not to ‘waste’ the (disposable) diaper.

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