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crib bumper pads

Posted by pspnorthc (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 17, 13 at 16:10

Since people are no longer using bumper pads in cribs, anyone have any ideas using these bumper pads?
Thanks


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RE: crib bumper pads

Depends on the size of them... Maybe you can cut them apart and use them as cushions on your porch/patio/deck furniture.Just try thinking outside the box,and you'll probably come up with some ideas.
HTH
Kathi


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RE: crib bumper pads

Bumper pad sections are pretty small, so I would think they would be unsuitable for cushions or pillows.

But why do you ask? Do have lots of them?


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I was thinking of making bumpers into small toddler size pillows for our 2 yr old twins. They are ready for pillows but still in cribs, and hopefully will stay in cribs for another year, and a full size pillow just overwhelms the space.

I am far from an experienced sewer, mainly baby blankets, so we will see how it turns out. :)


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RE: crib bumper pads

You could use them for knee cushions to weed (you'd have to cut them down and wrap in plastic bag or cover with something waterproof.


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Maybe you can use them as a seat cushion.

This post was edited by BettyGreen on Sun, Mar 24, 13 at 21:19


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