I chose to review this red damask set of strap covers, because we didn't know Fisher's gender before he was born. Apparently they are less gender neutral that I thought, but too late now. We get tons of complements on them, but everyone thinks he is a girl. My bad. The strap covers arrived quickly, and Faviola even sent me a tracking number. That is customer service, people. The covers velcro easily around the straps and I folded them down to fit when he was a tiny newborn. Now that he is a strapping 11+ pounds they are unfolded and still working well. You might think that strap covers are far from a necessity, but I really like having them as drool catchers and car napping pillows for our sweet boy. I threw them in the wash and they came out well. Now I have a hankerin' for another set, probably the ones below. They are a little more "boy" but still really cute, and would match his grey and yellow car seat tent. At $7 for a set, why not? They are handmade, high quality, cute, and practical. I love supporting handmade.
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This giveaway will end at 11:59 pm on Friday, August 5th. I received one set of strap covers to review but was not otherwise compensated for this post. All opinions are my own.