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We are have those that time I was bathing the kids stories. These often end-of-the-day moments that can be both memorable and, let’s just be super honest, frazzling. Maybe you emerge from the bathroom just as drenched as the kids, or a sudden tidal wave hits and the room is soaked! But nothing can be more stressful than realizing you have young kiddos in the tub and the shampoo is somewhere else. Raise your hand if that’s happened to you because it’s certainly happened here.
Why not make bath time the pleasant memory we want it to be! While I can’t guarantee you won’t need to wear rain gear, I can help ensure you have the kids soaps, shampoos and lotions within safe reach. A re-purposed hand towel and ribbon quickly became a DIY bath products organizer. Perfect for home and travel!
And an easy gift for a new mom, especially when filled with the new and reformulated JOHNSON’S® COTTONTOUCH™ products. Let’s start sewing…
How to Make a Bath Products Travel Organizer with Towel
Easy sew is up my crafty alley. Right up there with not having to wear a poncho when bathing my kids!
– Hand towel
– Ribbon (cut into two sections, approx. 10″ long each)
– Sewing machine
– Straight pins + sewing scissors
– Bath products, including:
NEW! JOHNSON’S® COTTONTOUCH™ Newborn Wash & Shampoo (400 ml)
NEW! JOHNSON’S® COTTONTOUCH™ Newborn Face & Body Lotion (400 ml)
REFORMULATED! JOHNSON’S® No More Tangles® Detangling Spray (295 ml)
JOHNSON’S® has introduced COTTONTOUCH™, a line of new and reformulated baby products. They are 100% gentle, specifically free of parabens and phthalates, and have 50% fewer ingredients.
how to make a bath product travel organizer with a towel
Start with folding the bottom third of a hand towel over. Position the bath products on top of the towel for sizing. Use straight pins to determine where you will sew organizer pouches.
Pin one end of a ribbon underneath the fold on one side of the towel organizer.
Sew straight lines where you have placed sewing pins.
easy bath products organizer for travel and home
With the kiddos bath products snug in their pouches, roll up the organizer.
Pin the second section of ribbon onto the DIY towel travel organizer where you can easily tie the bundle together.
Be sure to sew this ribbon onto one of the existing pouch stitch lines! (Ask me how I know this…)
diy bath organizer made with hand towel
I’ve been bathing babies and toddlers for the past nine years. With three kids, I’ve spent so many evenings tub-side! And over these years, I’ve tried lots of fruity smelling and brightly colored soaps and shampoos. But I always find myself coming back to JOHNSON’S® Baby products.
I started using JOHNSON’S® baby shampoo with my first and now with kiddo #3, I know that I can trust this gentle soap that has been around for almost 100 years.
Check for the new and reformulated JOHNSON’S® baby products at your local Walgreens in the Baby Care aisle.
Those products many of us grew up with have evolved to fit the needs of us “millennial” moms with naturally-derived ingredients and are dye and sulfate free.
With the convenience of Walgreens being almost everywhere, you never have to worry about running out of baby shampoo because Walgreens, like JOHNSON’S®, can be trusted to have your kiddos needs in mind.
And, guess what, Walgreens probably also sells rain ponchos for when the bathtub tidal wave hits!
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