Hours of imitative and imaginary play, fantasy story telling, role playing, and creativity are sure to result. Listen to the conversations your child has as she or he pretends to be the parent.
This is totally unacceptable quality control and an utter disappointment.
I ordered this knowing that the box it was sent in was damaged and that there may possible be some minor cosmetic damage, like scratches. Thankfully my child is only 2 years old and won't know if it's not perfect. The fabric bin that came with it is actually pretty sturdy as well.Perfect size for her, but would probably be ideal for any child ages 2 to probably 7 assuming an older child will have to lean over some. Made well and not too hard to put together.
I wish the cushion on top didnt move but it still looks cute and works great!
She’s sharing an awesome tutorial on how to make a roll-up changing pad. Honestly, these roll-up changing pads are handy any time you leave the house!
This changing pad goes together quickly (one hour only!) and the metal snap detail makes it look super fancy.
Diy Baby Doll Changing Pad
Sharing a quick look at our easy DIY Baby Doll Changing Pad. Want to make your own?
Find the tutorial here: ...
Fold in each side towards the center, and press. Place your main fabric on top with right side facing up. Center one short end of the strip flush against the edge of on one of the 18″ sides and pin in place. Next, place the flannel backing fabric right side down on top of your main fabric with the strap pinned in place. On the opposite 18″ side (the one that doesn’t have the strip pinned), place pins 5″ in from each end to leave an 8″ opening when sewing around all sides for turning. Sew around all sides of the changing pad using a 1/2″ seam allowance, making sure to catch the strap in your seam allowance. Also, don’t forget to leave your 8″ opening on the one end. Clip your corners making sure not to get too close to the stitching. Turn the changing pad right side out and push out the corners. Press the changing pad flat, taking care with all side seams. On the end with the opening, fold in the top and bottom fabrics to create a finished edge and press. Top stitch around all 4 sides using a 1/4″ seam allowance, making sure to close your opening by catching it in your seam allowance of your top stitching. Place the changing pad flat onto your work surface. Measure and divide the changing pad into thirds (approximately 8″ in from each end), and use two pins to mark. Then, sew two straight lines across to hold all three layers together. To mark where the two pieces for your snap will go, first roll up your changing pad. Wrap the strap around to find the location of where you’ll want the snaps to meet. Next, you’ll want to finish the unfinished end of the strap that is not sewn into the changing pad. Fold over the edge 1/2″ and then fold the 1/2″ under 1″ and sew down on both ends of the 1″ finished end. Using a sharpie marker or pen, place a small dot in the center of your finished end on the top side and another on the top side of the strap 1″ from where it is sewn into the changing pad. Then, gather your supplies to attach the snap.
I already had the snap kit (which is the black circle and silver piece shown). One thing to note is that its sometimes difficult to get the snap through the hole, so just slowly keep adjusting and cutting threads away from the center of the hole.
You want a snug fit with the fabric, so a little at a time is best.
Once the snaps are attached – you’re done!
I used the washi tape to mark my 1/4” seam allowance and its made a huge difference in me piecing accuracy!
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I have tried making it larger but the letters become thinner and more faint. Thanks for the tut… however, my favorite thing about it??
Is it thin batting, or something waterproof?
I was just wondering if you prewashed your fabrics for this project?
I love how the snap can make it roll up and be compact in the diaper bag.
I will have to add this for the list for baby #2. Yes, it could be made without that layer. And that was the light bulb moment for me.
Doll Changing Pad
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What is the difference between cotton and minky?
Colors print vibrantly and there is never any fading, so stains can be treated and scrubbed with no worries. Minky colors are vibrant, and they will never fade.
We hands down recommend minky for life with babies!
Dyes are water-based and will fade with regular laundering.
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Avoid harsh spot-scrubbing, and use a phosphate-free detergent for longer color life. Minky: cold or warm water, regular cycle. Cuddle, zebra, fawn, and sherpa can be machine washed and dried on a low heat setting. For a full refund, please cancel your order within 24 hours of placing it. This is because all of our fabrics are uniquely printed for each customer, and the process begins 24 hours after an order is placed. Cancellations after 24 hours will fall under our returns policy below. Buyer is responsible for the cost of return shipping. Iviebaby reserves the right to ship back any items that appear to have been laundered or used. Llama is the most popular with customers and our favorite too, but it can be finicky in the laundry, so we recommend you hang llama-backed blankets to dry. It's an extra step, but it keeps the fur looking and feeling soft and fluffy. Cuddle, zebra, and fawn are probably the silkiest/softest of our backings.If you live in a really warm climate and keeping baby cool is your first concern, you'll probably want to consider sherpa first. It's still soft and cuddly, but it also makes a relatively thin blanket compared to llama. Sherpa, zebra, fawn, and cuddle can withstand machine washing and drying at a low heat setting.