Nappies and Necklaces

January 25, 2011 at 11:15 am | Posted in competition, New Items, Special Promotions | 1 Comment
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Latest additions to Bump To Bundle are some gorgeous handmade nursing necklaces. I love nursing necklaces, they are a great way to keep baby in place while they nurse, or even bottle feed. I wear mine all the time, they help keep baby amused when not feeding too. Babies just love to play with your necklaces, but you don’t want them breaking your precious jewellery so why not swap it for a while with someone baby can play with. There are some safety rules as stated on the shop site, but they are strong safe necklaces made with non-toxic beads individually knotted to minimise loss of beads in case of breakage. They are meant for  the adult wear, not children or babies.

Here are a few of my favourites:

Currently I am offering FREE p&p on all Babybead necklace purchases. Instructions are on shop site but you need to add code: babybeads at checkout to get p&p refunded in your total to pay.

Coming Soon

Harry’s Cot Real Nappies. I’m going to be trialling these myself and may ask for help from other mum’s, but I’m excited about being able to offer all-in-one cloth nappies. Here is a sneaky peak of what they look like

I’ve been asked by Mum Panel to find some mum’s to do a survey on nappy cream, please take a look There is a prize draw of £100 in vouchers to be won.


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  1. What a great idea the necklaces are, when i was feeding my babies they broke countless precious necklaces!

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