I have exciting news to share from a local Tampa Bay mom, Crystal. Her line of bamboo tie on diapers are back with some great new ties!
Tushie Ties cloth diapers are stocking today (Monday, 7/23) with 7 new prints and 2 comebacks.
What are Tushie Ties? Tushie Ties diapers are similar to a prefold but instead of using a pin or snappi you tie it on with a piece of ribbon that is sewn on the diaper. The ribbon is sewn on the front and there are two small reinforced holes at the top. You lay the diaper down like a prefold (angel fold style) and simple lace the ribbon through the holes and tie it on. It’s actually quite simple and it looks adorable once it’s on. There is no PUL on the diaper so you will need a cover with these. You can see pictures of a Tushie Tie on Lil’ B from late last year in my review of the Tushie Ties.
If you like prefolds and flats but prefer the softness of bamboo you will love Tushie Ties.
Introducing the 9 new ties (or prints): tie game, berry sweet, that’s a hot, sail away, tie-a-saurus, wild thing, udderly adorable, wild at heart, and bee happy
These are now available at Tushie Ties online (Hyena cart) and supplies are limited. The bamboos are priced at only $15.00 but Crystal would like to offer all of my readers with a special discount code. From now until July 31, 2012 you can save 10% off your purchase when you use coupon code SUMMERTUSH.
There’s more! Crystal will be restocking the Simplicity line the second week of August. The Simplicity are the economy line that is made with a super soft cotton fleece lycra. They are only $7.99. I’ll let you know when they stock also.
Want even more? Save the date!! We’re having a Twitter Party with Crystal and Tushie Ties (and a few additional guests to be announced soon) on August 7th. I’ll announce the details of that party later this week.
For now – head on over to Tushie Ties and snag one of the new prints before they are all gone.Disclosure: Tushie Ties is a sponsor (and friend) of The Eco Chic blog.
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