The Attic Girl: Buddha Bellies Monthly Onesie Stickers Review Buddha Bellies Monthly Onesie Stickers Review ~ The Attic Girl

12/21/11

Buddha Bellies Monthly Onesie Stickers Review

One of the latest trends for mamas is dressing up your baby in a monthly onesie.  It makes an adorable photo op and is a wonderful gift idea for baby showers.

However, it can be a bit expensive to purchase a onesie that is printed or stitched for every month of baby's first year.  I have seen boutique type shops sell them for $50 and up!  Not to mention in baby clothing, sizing can vary and these onesies might not fit when your child reaches that particular month.

The monthly onesie sticker is a more affordable option, especially for moms on a budget.  I was contacted by Buddha Bellies to do a review of their onesie stickers.  And I must say, I regret not having these right when baby girl was born!




About Buddha Bellies:


Buddha Bellies' Etsy shop opened in 2011 by mother and daughter, Lori and Lauren. We're just two Etsy junkies from Texas who find joy in combining our taste in design with products for little people. Starting a shop together has proven to be a great way to spend time together and foster our creative and entrepreneurial spirits. 

More than just a business or a creative outlet, Buddha Bellies was created for a purpose. 10% of our profits go
to help fight the battle against human trafficking.


Buddha Bellies has a great selection of stickers for boys and girls as well as gender-neutral.  I wish I had known about their Just Born stickers too!  Their shop also offers pregnancy, first holiday, big/little sister, and stickers for baby's 2nd year.  (A whole set is only $8!)

monthly stickers, etsy


I used this princess sticker for baby girl's 1st Birthday outfit.  I'm biased, but I think she looks adorable!    The sticker perfectly matched the colors in the tutu.   Her grandparents loved it and I have had many compliments from friends as well!

monthly stickers
(Baby girl was not very happy in this next photo because I made her wear her headband)

You should know that these are intended for photo opportunities, not all day wear, and are not made to stand up to an active baby.  But they are on waterproof and "drool proof" paper so the colors do not bleed.  I love the easy peel and stick convenience (and cost-effectiveness vs. buying a sewn on onesie) and can't wait to use my 2nd year stickers!


Where to Buy:

You can purchase stickers online through the Buddha Bellies Etsy shop.  

You can keep up to date on their latest designs on the Buddha Bellies Facebook page.

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