6+ Sweet Valentine’s Day Themed Cloth Diapers

It may not be the biggest or flashiest holiday but Valentine’s Day can still make a good case for specialty merchandise. Especially when, unlike Christmas, you can use most of it all year round! That’s why I went searching for a few of great Valentine’s Day themed cloth diapers. Some are no longer available for purchase right now but this post is meant to inspire you so perhaps you seek out and find another diaper in time for the big day.


 Thirsties has a limited edition print releasing on February 4th called Sweetheart that will be available through their retailers.  I would expect them to sell fast!

This limited edition Moraki is only available through select retailers but it will sell out fast. You can find it on Kelly’s Closet and get added to the waitlist for when it arrives.

Any Hello Kitty fans? Little Fancy Pants always has the best prints. Though they only made a small batch of these you can find other, just as adorable diapers on their fanpage.

No DDL gallery would be complete without an Orange Diaper Co. This was a one of a kind diaper that has already been sold but it’s so perfect it belongs here.  If you ever want a chance at one of their OOAK diapers like their Facebook page to stay up to date.

Maybe a bit unconventional, this Skullies print in pink from Sloomb would look fab on Vday or any other day of the week. Find it on Sloomb’s webstore.


Chelory stocks in batches so while this is an older diaper, you never know when they will find another cute print to release.  See their work on Chelory.com.

Ok. This one might be nearly impossible to find in 2015 without paying over retail but anyone who already owns this limited print from bumGenius would scream if it wasn’t included on the Valentine’s list. It may very well be the perfect Valentine’s diaper for photographs.



gDiapers just announced this new gPant hours after posting this.  While it’s a hybrid diaper and a bit different than most cloth diapers it can be used with reusable inserts!  Now available.

There are also a ton of pink and red cloth diapers but those just aren’t as fun to look at and are easy to find.  If you enjoyed this gallery there are plenty more like it, see them at this link.  

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