Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Bebe Bella Designs, is a company that was started in 2006 by Melissa Odegard. She started the company after she had repeated requests from family and friends to make more products. Ms. Odegard prides herself in providing high quality products that are easy to care for and PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA!
I was recently sent on of Bebe Bella Designs crinkle toys. One thing that I didn’t like with the crinkle toys that Goose had when she was an infant/baby, was they were not soft. They were scratchy, and uncomfortable. The Bebe Bella Designs’ crinkle toy is not like that at all. They use the same chenille fabric that is used in their wonderful blankets to make the toys.
Each toy measures 5″X5″, and makes a crinkle sound when moved. That crinkle sound will keep babies entertained a stimulated while they play.
Another great thing about these crinkle toys is that they are machine washable! Just throw the crinkle toy in the washer on cold, and then tumble dry on low.
Not only does Bebe Bella Designs make crinkle toys, they also make to following:
The crinkle toys are $12 each, but well worth the price. The blankets start at $24 and go up from there. If you would like to check out Bebe Bella Designs’ website just go to: http://bebebelladesigns.com/. You can also connect with them on Facebook and Pinterest.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
Welcome to the iCoffee Giveaway!
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A few months ago, I did a review on Woolzies Dryer Balls, and at that time, I did not know that dryer balls could be scented.
After I wrote the review, I had some people tell me that they wouldn’t use them because they like to have the scent make their clothes smell nice and fresh. So I kind of went on another mission to find something that was eco-friendly, scented, and wouldn’t mess your dryer up.
That’s when I found the Maple Hill Naturals 100% Wool Dryer Balls. They let me review the Lemon Fresh dryer balls. Let me tell you, if you like the smell of fruit loops, then you will love the smell of the Lemon Fresh. I honestly wish I could put a scratch and sniff on the post so that you could smell this.
Each dryer ball is about the size of a baseball or tennis ball (I didn’t have either, so it was hard to say which).
Like the other brand I recently reviewed, these dryer balls are also hypo-allergenic. They also reduce static and drying time by up to 25%. The wool also helps to naturally soften your clothes.
One of the MAJOR reasons I found that I like the Maple Hill Naturals Dryer Balls is because of the story behind them. Maple Hill Naturals is made in the USA with wool from the sheep on the family farm in Indiana. The owner is a stay at home mom who believes in home-birthing, breastfeeding, cloth diapering, and home schooling. I love supporting moms like her.
Along with dryer balls, Maple Hill Naturals also makes the following products:
Shampoo & Conditioning Bars
Natural Lip Balm
and Skin Care Products
If you are interested in purchasing any of Maple Hill Naturals’ products, you can find them on their website: http://maplehillnaturals.com/. You can also connect with Maple Hill Naturals on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.