After we got used to cloth diapering and invested in a lot with aplix (velcro), and used them a bit, we discovered that the laundry tabs tend to wear down and then you end up with them all sticking to each other in the wash. It makes them a bit ‘tattered’ looking. So we want to replace the aplix that’s worn with snaps. We have plenty of diapers right now to go around, but if she outgrows the 12ish that are smalls and mediums right now, we’ll need to add these ‘in waiting’ diapers back into rotation. We will send them off to have them converted, and that means taking off the old aplix and picking out the snap colors for EACH diaper. We have a few of the bright pink but mostly greens, blues, and yellow/oranges.
Please click the link and help me! The top pictures is all the snap colors, and below that is a picture of approximate colors of the diapers I have (I don’t have blossom that needs converted), but I do have all the rest labeled BG. The THIRD picture is closer in color to the actual diapers–where it says BG ooga’s, so you could look at that, and then look at all..60 colors of snaps and help me pick out some that contrast well. For example B7 (yellow) on the ribbit bright green diaper would be cute. Or B5?6? on a clementine would be kind of halloweeny.
Don’t be afraid to suggest just about anything. I’m guessing we have a minimum of 4 of each color (except the pinks) listed there in the OOGAs. I probably would not put B47 (bright pink) on one of the blue diapers, though, just in case we try again and have a boy. OR we eventually want to sell them, and the people looking would be squeamish about pink snaps on a blue diaper.
This is another one of those things that my husband just…. doesn’t want to help with. I’ve never been very good at colors. I was married for a LONG time before I could pick out something that matched. I wish I weren’t kidding. I’m trying to train Keeley already to know the difference. I just never ‘got it’… so your help would be greatly appreciated!