Remember when you got your first infant car seat? Perhaps it was at a baby shower? Or you went down to Babies'R'Us and purchased one with your husband. Remember how pretty and clean it looked when you first buckled it into your car?
If this was years ago I'm guessing it looks a lot like mine. Crumbs in the bucket of the seat. Chocolate milk stains on the arm rests.
Maybe you were given a seat that didn't match your style or you are just tired of looking at the same one day after day.
Chubby Baby is your instant remedy to the tired car seat cover. The latest style, with serious comfort! Feel free to refresh an old car seat and make it look yummy, with a brand new look.
I came across Chubby Baby a while ago and for days I drooled over her gorgeous covers imagining them brightening up my plain beige Saturn sedan.
I contacted Colleen and she was nice enough to offer one of her amazing car seat covers to one lucky Grosgrain reader! Your choice! Depending on your choice that's up to a $60 to $85 value!
These beautiful, custom, hand made, slip covers are made with minky which is extra soft and cozy. The canopies are made from fabrics from the Heather Bailey Collection and other chic designs.
Check out this toddler cover to the left. Two Looks in One with a reversible cover and soft minky on the reverse side.
It is easy to remove for washing because the slits for the seat belts are vertical and can be opened and closed for easy removal. All products are machine washable and dryer safe for easy cleaning.
Always use the manufacturers instructions for proper safety guidelines. Never replace their cover for the manufacturers original cover, simply place on top and pull straps through.
Their delicious minky covers are designed to fit MOST car seats, please tell Colleen what seat you have.
If you'd like to win one of these covers just link to this post either using the 'create a link' at the bottom of this post or simply creating a post on your blog and including this link.
If you have any questions see the "questions and answers" link at the top. If you use blogger just use the "create a link" link at the bottom of this post.
If you don't use blogger, that's fine too. Just create a link on your page as you normally would and I will see it using Technorati.
Update!! While creating a link is still the only requirement for entering a giveaway, leaving a comment along with your link makes it much easier to find your entry. This is mostly due to the fact that blog roll links often show up in my search for entries and can be difficult to sort through.