New Limited Edition GroVia Prints!

It seems like these days, everyone is doing limited edition prints.  Yesterday morning, the brand new GroVia limited edition prints were announced.

Brand New GroVia Limited Edition Prints! Cloth Diaper AddictsSo what’s the deal with the Limited Edition GroVia prints?

The animal print is called “Wild Things” and the balloons in the clouds print is called “Up & Away.”  The prints are designed by Wee Gallery, a child’s art company that specializes in high contrast designs in order to be more visually and mentally stimulating to little people.

The limited edition GroVia prints be available for purchase on July 7, so they’ll theoretically be at all retailers who are carrying the product in both Canada and the United States.  I’m not sure what the price will be in Canada, but they’ll be more in the States: the limited edition GroVia prints are listed at $17.95 (versus $16.95 for the regular shells).  I imagine they’ll be a dollar or two more in Canada, too.

You’ll be able to buy the limited edition GroVia prints in hybrid only, though it will be available in both hook and loop and snap closures.  Sorry, folks, no newborn sizes or all-in-ones.  You’ll also find the prints available in the draw string wet bag and in the pail liner.

I’m completely in love with the Wild Things print and just might have to grab a cover for pics.  Which is your favorite?

You’ll be able to find the new limited edition GroVia prints at Cozy Bums!

FuzziBunz Pink Puzzle – How’d I Miss THAT?!

I generally stay on top of changes made by FuzziBunz.  The very first diaper I put on Norton was a white FuzziBunz one size diaper, so it’s a brand that I’ve got a soft spot for.  That every interaction I’ve personally had with Tereson Dupuy, the founder, only helps with those warm fuzzy feelings.  I was amazed when I found that I’d missed the release of a new limited edition diaper: the FuzziBunz Pink Puzzle.  As always, the puzzle diapers are out to raise autism awareness.  This is a cause that’s special to Tereson due to her son Eden.  It’s her third diaper for autism (the first being the discontinued Light It Up Blue, followed by the limited edition Puzzle).

As for me, I’m unsure how on earth I missed the release of something so gorgeous! [Read more…]