Saturday, February 12, 2011

Snappi: Review & Giveaway

And the winner is... Heather I!

What is a Snappi and why should I enter?
A Snappi is a type of fastener for cloth diapers.  If you do not use cloth diapers or do not know someone that does, you should not bother with entering, as I want this to go to someone who will use it.

About the Snappi - "An EASY to use fastener that offers a PRACTICAL and RELIABLE way to fasten a cloth diaper, replacing the diaper pin."  This comes straight from the Snappi website.  The little rubbery device has claws on each of its three arms and does a wonderful job holding a diaper in place.  These are great for cloth prefolds, or homemade diapers without snaps or velcro.  They make it so my 1 and 2 year olds can both wear the same diapers that I made at home out of upcycled materials.  


We like the Snappi for our homemade diapers, but I am not fond of it on my prefolds because my boys are a little too big around to get a good fit with the prefold.  I might just not be experienced enough with it enough to do it well.
Yes, this diaper velcros, but the tabs are a bit worn, so I tried it with the Snappi!
 Buy it:  You can buy Snappis on the Snappi Baby website, or find a Snappi store near you.


Win it: One reader will win a light green Snappi.  Giveaway will end on February 23 at noon EST.

To Enter:  You MUST leave a comment in the form below this post telling me something you learned at the Snappi wetbsite.  You must also follow me via Google Friend Connect (top right column of the blog).


Additional Entries:
- Follow me on Twitter
- Like Crum's This N That on Facebook.

You can earn up to 3 entries per person.  Please remember to leave 1 comment for each entry and include your email address in EACH comment.  US residents only.  Good luck!

33 comments:

  1. Main entry - I follow via GFC
    And from the Snappi website I learned that Snappis pass all the new CPSIA regulations for PHTHALATE COMPLIANCE which means no icky PVC, lead, cadmium etc which is great for baby and the environment!

    stephanietweiss @ gmail.com

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  2. I Follow on twitter (@ecomom2be)

    stephanietweiss @ gmail.com

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  3. I like Crum's This N Thant on facebook!
    (Stephanie Tannenbaum-Weiss)

    stephanietweiss @ gmail.com

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  4. I learned that there are 2 sizes of snappis

    richardrachel at hotmail dot com

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  5. There are two sizes of snappis and lots of pretty colors! :)

    I follow via GFC

    loveliveshere2@yahoo.com

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  6. I follow you on facebook

    loveliveshere2@yahoo.com

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  7. Following on twitter @hillaryblaire

    loveliveshere2@yahoo.com

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  8. i learned that snappis gifts products every year to charities to help others
    elh1901 at gmail dot com

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  9. i follow on twitter (gaga4giveaways)
    elh1901 at gmail dot com

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  10. i follow on fb (erika henke)
    elh1901 at gmail dot com

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  11. I learned that the snappi was invented in South Africa.

    libby dot bloom dot hunt at gmail dot com

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  12. FB fan

    libby dot bloom dot hunt at gmail dot com

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  13. twitter follower

    libby dot bloom dot hunt at gmail dot com

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  14. I follow on GFC and learned that they have a toddler size of snappi!
    HannahBananaBread84 at gmail dot com

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  15. I follow you via GFC. I learned the snappi comes in 6 colors!

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  16. I follow you on twitter (corgipants)

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  17. p.s. (my email is in my profile)

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  18. I learned there is a baby and a toddler size
    mk_mitchell90 at hotmail dot com

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  19. I follow you on twitter @mkgottman
    mk_mitchell90 at hotmail dot com

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  20. I like your tree background. followed you from blog hop savey Saturday. Please follow www.simplyshopandsave.ca

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  21. I follow you via GFC and I learned that the product is PVC free and also is free from lead and mercury!
    erinnicole14@gmail.com

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  22. I follow you on twitter-@bradywadie14
    erinnicole14@gmail.com

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  23. I follow you on FB-erin brady
    erinnicole14@gmail.com

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  24. Follow you through GFC (katie, kmogilevski). I learned that the Snappi has to be stretched in all directions before using the first time.
    kmogilevski at gmail dot com

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  25. Follow you on Twitter (allnaturalkatie)
    kmogilevski at gmail dot com

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  26. Like you on Facebook (all natural katie)
    kmogilevski at gmail dot com

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  27. I learned that they also make an herbal colic remedy
    heather.irwin08@gmail.com
    I also follow you on GFC

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  28. I follow you on twitter
    @feelincrunchy

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  29. I learned that it was invented by a frustrated dad! All good things come out of a need for change :) I could really use this for our baby due in September!

    kayceewilliams at gmail dot com

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  30. I learned that they come in different sizes and colors and that there is someone locally that I can buy them from!! Score! Also learned they sell a herbal colic remedy, will definitely have to try!
    rachelklosak at gmail dot com

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  31. I liked you on facebook
    rachel klosak

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  32. Now following GFC.
    "Our mission is to market and distribute unique, practical and affordable children's products of high quality, that lend themselves to the safety and harmony of child and earth."

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