DIY Upcycled Baby Bibs

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This article, DIY Upcycled Baby Bibs, is sponsored by Bounty. All opinions are 100% my own.

It has been quite the whirl wind with a new baby in our home. Our eldest daughter is six years old, so there is a decent age gap.  Needless to say, I have forgotten a lot about caring for a baby!  I have been reminded that it’s fun but messy, and sleepless but memorable.

Now that the baby is 7 months old, we have been introducing new foods. It gets crazy at feeding time and there is baby food splattered everywhere. Although it is messy I am really enjoying this part of motherhood. I mean, look at this face!

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To help out, I have some helpful tips. I keep several bibs in a drawer nearby and a roll of Bounty paper towels on the tabletop.  You know by now that I am a huge fan of Bounty. Bounty is there to clean up the messes so I can enjoy memorable moments like these. It is a more absorbent paper towel, which means the roll lasts longer so you don’t need to use as much to tackle the baby food splats. I keep a damp one too to clean up my clothes, Nala Jun’s face, and our upholstered chairs and prevent baby food stains. Even Nala enjoys cleaning up!

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I have been going through so many bibs I started making them out of old baby clothes that don’t fit Nala anymore to save money.  All you need is a bodysuit or shirt and a pair of scissors.  I cut off the arms, then the bottom, the sides, and lastly the back.  It’s really quick and easy.

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Here is Nala using this one plus the aftermath. It works great!

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You can wash it over and over. To get the little curls out once you wash it, just iron it with a little spray starch and it’s as good as new! I hope you try it out as well as try my messy baby feeding tips with Bounty!

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