For almost two years now we have one Diaper subscription from LILLYDOO and are still super happy with it. But, I've gotten used to the fact that I do not have to lug diaper packs anymore, but get them sent home comfortably and in the desired period. That's really for me luxury, because my or our purchases I do 90% by bike. Are the guys in tow, then usually sits one in the trailer and one on the bike seat (so it does not escalate in the trailer on the way;)), there would be now, in addition to all the food and drugstore products, ne large pack of diapers to transport – one would have to run ;).
Besides the fact that the diaper subscription super handy is, we are also very satisfied with the diapers and wet wipes. Yes, I am sure that we will have the subscription for so long – until the little diaper is free.
The diapers of LILLYDOO are just like that nice and soft, make easy a whole night through and inspire on top of that with their look. About the wet wipes, I have some time ago little praise sung, I can only repeat this. The best wet wipesthat exist (in my opinion). Not too thin, not too wet, not too dry and without a funny smell.
Upcycling idea made of diaper carton
By the way, the boys enjoy the new every time big cardboard box, But you can also play with it and be creative. You use the diaper box, for example, as a house, vehicle or as packaging for various toys. “Mom look, a surprise for you …. you have to pack up now … Mom, it's your birthday today“. This game could be played by the big man for hours. Me too, because luckily I do not age it;).
The last diaper box, however, I have grabbed me directly, because I really wanted a small Upcycling idea for Advent realize. On Pinterest I've seen wonderful inspirations for Christmas villages, so I wanted to tinker one. For our new wall unit in the living room, so that it also radiates a little Christmas spirit, without directly “Christmas is coming“To scream.
Christmas village made of cardboard
Since I currently prefer to do “waste”, instead of buying tens of new crafting utensils for every little DIY project, I eagerly awaited the new one diaper box, Pen, scissors, ruler and utility knife were already ready.
For the Christmas village So I grabbed the new box and recorded with pen and ruler houses. I have made the free, but you can also like my Wall Advent and Christmas with children Look, there I have one template saved. After recording the houses, I simply cut out the windows and doors with a utility knife. The border went very well with the scissors. So that the Christmas village does not fall over later, you should plan a piece to the right and left at the edge to fold.
With candles or one little fairy lights looks the front of the house really pretty, of course, you can still paint, decorate or decorate the whole thing. J.Boy has his own Little tree from the wooden train draped to it.
Of course you can also make matching fir-trees out of cardboard. For this, the “plug-in variant” is great. I have been using this technique some time ago with the big one Animals made of cardboard tinkered.
Hah yes, I'm just a big fan of small, simple craft projects. For hours, sitting on one thing, I usually miss the time. But little DIY's, they always go and make me happy. #basteltante