Monday, May 28, 2012

Slightly Befuddled Wetbag and Changing Pad Review & Giveaway

Today I have some really beautiful stuff to review for you all, and some really beautiful stuff to give away!  Rebekah is the owner of Slightly Befuddled, and she sells wetbags, diaper stackers, purses, cosmetic bags, and more.  Everything in her shop is super colorful, and the fabric choices are gorgeous.  Do yourself a favor and look around her shop.  You won't be sorry.  I mean really.  Go now.  Buy something gorgeous.

Anywho, Rebekah started her shop because she had so much beautiful fabric lying around her house, that she just didn't know what to do with it all.  One of her friends suggested that she start making wetbags and diaper covers to sell on Etsy, and her shop was born!  Rebekah's mom cloth diapered her as a baby, and she plans on cloth diapering her own children, so her goal is to create beautiful and functional products that mamas all over will enjoy using on a daily basis.  Her philosophy is that being a mom is hard work, so she wants to bring as much beauty into daily chores and tasks as possible.  I think that is an excellent goal, and one she completely succeeds at.  Luckily for us, Rebekah has a wonderfully supportive husband who never complains when the dishes and laundry stack up while she works away in her sewing room!

Something I love about Rebekah's shop is that one of her favorite things to do is create custom orders.  If you check out her etsy shop you'll see a listing with all of the beautiful fabrics she has to choose from.  You can mix and match them, and Rebekah will create something totally unique for you.  I think I will be taking advantage of this soon, because who wouldn't want a wetbag that is exactly the colors and fabrics they love?  Not only that, but she is so friendly and helpful that your whole experience is bound to be great.

Rebekah sent me one of her small wetbags to review.  Now when I say "small" you're probably thinking of your little wetbags that hold one or two diapers.  This one comfortably fits three, possibly four plus wipes.  My first impression of the wetbag was literally "Wow!  It's so pretty!"  The fabric is so different, and although we've never met, I have to admit that it was almost as though Rebekah had some kind of insight into what I would like, because the fabric is totally my taste.  But I digress.

These photos just don't do the fabric justice.  Its sturdy, colorful, and so pretty.

I love her logo!  Too cute.

The second thing I noticed was how sturdy the bag was.  Rebekah makes her wetbags with ProCare lining, which is a waterproof material similar to rain-coat fabric.  It is thick, durable, and kept smells in the bag where they belong.  (Thank goodness for the stink-containing fabric.  My daughter has had some of the smelliest poops lately, and I am telling you, no lingering poop-smell was left in my diaper bag.  yay!)  I wasn't sure how this kind of fabric would stand up next to your typical PUL, but I really like it.  I've never had any wicking problems.  It seems like it can handle a lot of wear and tear, and you never need to worry about it de-laminating.  Major bonus.  I just had a wetbag de-laminate the other day, and it made me that much more of a fan of the ProCare lining.  The other great thing about this material is that you can just give it a good wipe-down if it's not really soiled and use it again... which is great if your laundry gets away from you and you find yourself with no clean wetbags and errands to run.

double-sewn ProCare lining and cute coordinated zipper

The bag also had cute little details that set it apart from your typical wetbag.  It had a colored zipper which coordinated to the bag's fabrics, and a handle that you can open and close with a snap.  It is really well made, and has quickly become my favorite bag.

Size comparison between the small and large wetbags

I honestly have nothing that I can say I'd change about this bag.  Except maybe that I only have one!  I plan on purchasing these for my friends when they have babies, even if they aren't cloth diapering.  They would be perfect for soiled outfits or wet swimsuits.  I think a good wetbag is something every mom should have in her diaper bag.  You can also check out her products here and here.

What you could win- large wetbag and changing pad set.

back view of the bag

The changing pad folds and snaps shut

Rebekah's business card- easily one of the coolest I've seen!

Do you want one yet?  Rebekah has generously given a large wetbag and matching changing pad to give to one lucky reader.  The changing pad is padded, and has fabric on one side and ProCare material on the other.  It is nice and large- it's easily twice the size of the changing pad that will have come with your diaper bag.  It's big enough that if you put it fabric side up, you could use it as a tummy-time or play mat for your baby.  This is a great prize pack, and all you have to do to enter is use the rafflecopter form below!  This giveaway is open to US residents only, and you must be 18 or older to enter!  Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

disclosure-  I was given this product to test and review, but am NEVER compensated financially.  All of the views and opinions expressed are my own, and your experience may differ.


  1. I am so excited to see who wins my wet bag and changing pad set!!! copper, you have been so wonderful with your review, and I couldn't be more pleased that my designs have been found to be functional as well as pretty :) I'm telling everyone I know to hop on over here and browse around your blog, so hopefully you see lots of comments soon :D

  2. Rebekah- your designs are very much functional and pretty! I love it, and can't wait to have some extra cash to get another one!

  3. No problem! Good luck. =) Thanks for entering!

  4. Excited to see who wins. Thankyou for this awesome giveaway. :)