I love my Cloth Diaper Art by Sandhill Press {Giveaway}

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I’m not a patron of the fine arts and most of the things on my walls are from thrift shops or estate sales.   I do, however, love to hang art on the walls that actually means something to me beyond just being pretty when I find it. When I was approached by Erin, the artist behind SandHill Press, about her screen-printed cloth diaper posters I fell in love! In case you didn’t already know, I collect vintage cloth diaper related ephemera (photos, advertisements, articles, even vintage cloth diapers and accessories) and I have some in my laundry room. I was already picturing these hanging in the same room, even though my diaper washing days are just about done for forever.  Erin sent me one of each for a review.

Image credit SandHill Press

Image credit SandHill Press

There are three different posters available, shown above.

Professionally screen-printed on 100% recycled paper with water-based inks. These prints are sized at 11×14 for easy framing!

My favorites were the two blue versions because I loved the message and also the coloring, very soothing. They all would look darling together over a changing station in a nursery framed and matted! Because these are screenprinted onto a nice, thick paper they look like quality pieces of art rather than something downloaded as a free printable. There is depth and richness to them that wouldn’t be possible from a printer.

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I found tiny little hangers by Umbra from Target to hang mine from since I don’t have a lot of real estate for frames in the laundry room, plus I don’t want to add any more holes to my walls because they took forever to paint. The posters do come shipped in a roll so if you want to hang them up without framing you might have to let them sit under some books to flatten them out. I did that but was too impatient so I used a tiny bit of double sided tape on the bottom for now, and will release in a while to see if it is straight. I like it either way, even taped.

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If you need these in your life (you do, you need them in your life) SandHill Press has an etsy shop and the posters are on sale for $10.00 each plus shipping!!! If I had a nursery I would do just as she did and hang a pretty cord and have all three pinned up over the changing table for an even cheaper way of displaying them without adding the cost of frames. Or if you have a retail cloth diaper store this is about as perfect as it gets for decorating your space!  You might want to decide soon because these are limited and she only has what has been printed.  After this she will do a new set of prints, yet to be determined.

There are car decals, fridge magnets, t-shirts, and buttons, but I’ve yet to see cloth diaper art. It makes me a little giddy to see that someone with this much talent used her powers for my favorite cause.
Win a cloth diaper art poster from Sandhill Press

Oh, did I forget to mention I have one to giveaway?! The winner can choose the print of their choice from the three! I would have a very hard time deciding but for a nursery I’d pick “Same Diaper, Different Day” or for a laundry room the “Wash, Dry, Fold.”  Enter using the Rafflecopter below, open to US only and ends 3/14.  Make sure you read the rules of entering and leave a comment.

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Kim Rosas began Dirty Diaper Laundry in 2009 out of a desire to help more parents understand modern cloth diapers. She lives in Florida with her husband of 5 years and her two boys. Even though none of her boys wear diapers anymore she is still just as committed to promoting them. In her spare time Kim enjoys video editing, photography, and coffee.

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  • Kate C

    Something antique looking?

  • Maria Rowena Rodriguez

    On the butt drawings would be nice :-)

  • Amy Travis

    Diaper laundry print, but with a full rainbow of cloth diapers on the line in the sunshine! Nice and colorful and spring-y!!

  • CJ

    Those are very cute! I like others’ comments on a “how to fold flats” with a bunch of colors.

  • Laura Grantham Broussard

    Love! I’d love to see a GDGH-commissioned series for a fundraiser.

  • Rebekah D.

    Definitely some breastfeeding prints.

  • Michelle V

    Maybe some baby tushes. Some bright spring colors might be nice, too.

  • Christine Richey

    Ooh! Breastfeeding prints would be badass.

  • Mandy

    I looove “same diaper, different day.” I’d love to see flats, or maybe even a fluffy bottom nursing print. <3

  • Shauna DeCamp Brackeen

    antique flats prints!

  • natalie

    so cute!

  • Amanda Schnurer

    More cloth diaper prints and nursing prints!!

  • Em

    Thank you for posting about these prints- I ordered one last week and can’t wait to hang it up in my laundry/sewing space!

    • kimrosas

      They’re gorgeous!

      Please excuse typos and brevity. Sent from my iPhone

  • priyanka Kamble

    Hey kim. the drawings are pretty good. I am a soon to be mom and I am researching a lot about cloth diapers. Thanks for this write up. I feel myself completely updated about diapers now!!!


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