Sunday, January 20, 2013

My Crafty Wednesday Unpaper Towels!

I have had the joy of getting to review an item from Brenna's My Crafty Wednesday shop on Etsy.
I was just touched by her little intro about herself,

I am a stay at home momma to 2 special kids, one with extra needs, a full time college student, girl scout leader, a veteran and a military spouse. I love to create and be crafty, bringing you my hand crafted items to help provide more for my family, and help with the extra costs of my special little boy.

Whenever I read about mommas like this I just want to share their shop and help them however I can to help get more money for there extra costs with a special needs child. Any WAHM has my full support! I know how life is as a stay at home mommy and student. I am very happy to support all WAHM's!

Now for the review.....

How many times have you run out of paper towels and had to make a run to the store to buy some? Similar to diapers in my opinion, here where I live buying diapers here would make me go broke! So would paper towels! They are very exencive and I hate when I run out of them between trips to Anchorage where I can hit Costco. Some of you may know the feeling. Let me help solve that problem for you by introducing you to an amazing little thing called unpaper-towels. 
I had the opportunity to review unpaper towels made by My Crafty Wednesday. I found her unpaper towels while searching around on Etsy. One of my favorite places to shop for home made items. My Crafty Wednesday has many great items in her shop including some awesome reusable trash bags for your car! I just love the idea and have one coming to me soon to review for you all! They are super cute and help de-clutter my life. We all need one of these in our cars. Now back to the unpaper towels, they are made with terry cloth on one side, and are decorative fabrics on the opposite side. You can find prints to match your kitchen. Although the ones I got do not match my kitchen, my favorite color is green so I loved the design. They snap together so they will roll nicely on your current paper towel holder and you just unsnap and go! I had family in town for the holidays and they loved the idea, and we used a lot less waste than if we would have been using normal paper towels. I use them for drying absorbent than a normal paper towel so they can be used for bigger messes. When your done using them throw them in the waste basket and wash! Never run out of paper towels again. 

On another note, I wanted to see if they would work well as drying towels in my sons room when I use cloth wipes. They work perfect for drying my hands and his little bottom. These can truly be used for everything! They are much more affordable than buying paper towels weekly, and super cute. 

Check out some of Brenna's other items on het Etsy shop or Facebook.

She has some really cute ideas, and be sure to check out sold items in her shop! She can recreate most items!

Want to win some unpaper towels? Enter below!

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  1. the Facebook link for my crafty Wednesday on this rafflecopter is broken. I thought you'd want to know!