These DIY fabric baskets are perfect for nursery storage for diapers, wipes, toys, and books! Would also be great as storage in an office or even used as gift baskets! This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sposie Booster Pads. This post contains an affiliate link.
I thought about looking someplace else, but decided that I’d probably rather have bigger ones anyways. So I turned the sad situation around and made my own!
I found an easy-to-follow free pattern for DIY fabric baskets on Craftsy. The best part? You can make them in whatever size you want following the pattern instructions!
I made two large ones and used a really strong stabilizer and this buffalo check duck cloth. They are the perfect size to hold a week’s worth of diapers, wipes, diaper cream, and a package of Sposie booster pads.
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One Sposie pad holds 8 oz. of fluid. When placed inside a diaper that’s an additional 8 oz. of protection from nighttime leaks. They are fragrance, latex, and chlorine free. I can see these also being very helpful as he gets older and drinks even more since my little boys don’t usually potty train until right before their 3rd birthday.
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