The Love Well Handmade Fox Bandana Bib



I pretty much had a baby just so I could name him Fox and dress him in 100% organic cotton Love Well Handmade leggings. But these days just changing his diaper is like trying to change a diaper on a crocodile (he rolls with strength I did not know babies possessed) – so getting him into really cute leggings is nearly impossible. That’s when I pitched a bandana bib to my friends Jonathan and Candice – the masterminds behind Love Well Handmade. The idea is that it would be easy to snap on, catch all the excessive drool that comes with growing teeth, and would give my baby some instant style without a lot of effort. Love Well told me they would create it if I designed it – the only requirement was that I had to use the geometric Love Well Handmade signature heart in the design (challenge accepted!). And of course, the design was inspired by my little Foxy muse. This bandana bib is reversible – check out the fun flip-side here.

You can buy a Love Well Handmade Fox bandana bib for your little cutie too! My portion of the proceeds are going straight to the ASPCA to help save endangered animals worldwide, and another 5% will go toward providing clean water to kids and families in the Jalapa Valley of Nicaragua through the efforts of Second Mile Water.

I’m giving away one of these bandana bibs! All you have to do is:
1. Repost either of the images from this blog post to Instagram and do the following:
2. Hashtag #lovewellstyle
3. Mention @lovewellhandmade and @andkathleen
4. Tag a friend that might like one too (who knows! maybe we’ll send them one too!)

We’ll pick a winner at random on Friday, November 28th.

P.S. This post is NOT sponsored or affiliated in any way. I just love collaborating and creating with my friends.

P.P.S. This bandana bib will be carried locally in Oklahoma City at Collected Thread, Stash in Norman, and Shop Good – they should be in stores by Thanksgiving. Please support handmade and local this holiday season!

  1. Aubrae

    gah! I love it! Do you know, would it be big enough for a three year old? Looking for a bday gift for a friend’s son and I think they’d love it!

    • Kathleen

      Hey Aubrae,
      Sorry for the delayed response – I think it may be a little small for a three year old. Sorry!

  2. Katie F.

    Love this. Any chance one can enter the drawing without an instagram account? From the last person on earth without an iphone.

    • Kathleen

      Hey Katie! I’ll add your name to the list when we do the drawing.

  3. Megan

    Loved bandana bibs for my first but had a hard time finding aesthetically pleasing designs. Will be scooping this up for my second little guy. Great collaboration!

  4. Michele

    This bib is sooo cute and stylish, I want one!!! Changing diapers with an always moving child IS so very difficult. My son was the worst when it came to diaper changes, until we discovered the “art of distraction”. Since we consistently changed him in the same spot (changing table) we needed something for diaper changes ONLY. We started out with a balloon tied to table (always looking up aren’t they??) which was a big hit, then it progressed to little stuffed animal or small car, but whatever it was, it never left the table area. He seemed to always forget it was there, but was excited to see/play with again for a “couple of minutes” and diaper changes became faster (and with less aggravation for the both of us!!!) And never under estimate the strength of a small child!
    Many blessings to you and your family on your first Thanksgiving as 3!!!

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