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I was talking to a friend of mine about how we store our diapers and came to the conclusion that most people don’t really do anything special. She pulls from the bag that is still in the box when a diaper is needed, and I was ready to change this for her and for myself because I was finding that I was doing the exact same thing. The box just kind of sits in the way, usually at the base of the changing table. We don’t have a designated place for them to go. And like most discussions, ours evolved into where we buy diapers and prices of said diapers. I love talking to her about savings and ways we can save money from different stores. I was telling her how much cheaper Sam’s Club was to get diapers because of the quantity. My husband is a number cruncher and found that the price per diapers is significantly lower when they are from Sam’s Club. You see I use Sam’s Club for all things, especially diapers. (You can save $10 by shopping at Sam’s Club for Huggies Snug & Dry) My children even love going to Sam’s Club and my son, Nolan, asks if he can go to the “Sam’s” restaurant to eat sometimes. He loves the hot dogs and churros they sell so going to Sam’s Club for us is a small play date of sorts, and I love being able to save money and find everything I could ever need all in one place.
After my talk with Amy, I came up with a plan. On my next visit to Sam’s Club, I picked up a box of Huggies Sung & Dry and put my creative mind to work. Not only will the Huggies Snug & Dry keep our daughters dry with up to 12 hours of protection, but we can also save $7 by using Ibotta! How awesome is that? Not only do I get a deal already by shopping at Sam’s Club but I also saved another $7 by using Ibotta. AWESOME.
Now, on to my little craft for Amy and Reese. Trying to come up with a storage solution for diapers was an interesting task to take on. Then it dawned on me the solution to my problem was right under my nose so to speak. I decided I wanted to take my Huggies Sung & Dry diaper box and turn it into something that Amy can use for Reese’s room to store her diapers. That’s right, just use the box that the diapers came in, but with a twist.
What you will need: Modge Podge, paper, fabric, hot glue gun, ribbon, and flowers! You do not have to decorate it like I did, but I want to show you how to get the most out of your Huggies box!
First, you will want to take your diapers and set them aside. Cut off the top of your box. Then take one diaper to measure your diaper hole (to pull your diapers from). I used a sharpie to draw my holes before I cut!
After your holes are cut, you will want to take your Modge Podge and start gluing. First on the bottom and I also went over the top of the paper to give it a glossy finish. This also keeps it from getting dirty.
Next, I did the same with the fabric. I also went over the top as well.
Once you’re done with the Modge Podge, your box will be ready for decoration. I used ribbon, a big “R” for Reese and some decorative flowers. You can decorate to your liking.
This is the top view to show how your diapers will fit into the box.
Amy and Reese are now all set and ready to go with their new diaper storage.
What a fun and creative way to store your diapers. Do you have a fun way to that you store your diapers? I’d love to hear what your ideas are.