21 things you can do with a Bullabaloo muslin blanket

21 things you can do with a Bullabaloo muslin blanket

There are so many things you need when bringing a tiny human into the world. There are the essentials, clothes/nappies and so on, and then there are the more luxury items, a nappy disposal unit that smells like flowers and a designer nappy changing bag for example. With an almost endless list of things to buy before you baby arrives, products that are versatile and do pretty much everything are a must, right? Let me introduce you to these amazing muslin blankets for new British brand Bullabaloo.  They come in amazing tropical print patterns and are super soft as they’re made from bamboo. The best thing though is that they are pretty amazing at multi tasking too. To prove my point, here’s a list..

21 things you can do with a Bullabaloo muslin blanket

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The basics..

1. Swaddle your baby

2. Protect your clothes from baby sick

3. Clean up baby sick

4. Clean up any spillages

5. Baby blanket

6. Baby comforter

7. Bib

8. Breastfeeding cover

Get creative

9. Buggy shade

10. Picnic blanket

11. Photograph backdrop

12. Flatlay background

13. Peek a boo blanket

14. Toy storage

15. Emergency nappy change mat

16. Baby bath towel

17. Super hero cape

For Mummy

18. Wet hair wrap

19. Scarf

20. Sarong

21. Comforter (mummies need soothing sometimes too!)

I told you, muslin blankets are the most versatile baby product you will ever buy. The tropical range from Bullabaloo are extra special as they are made from wonderfully soft bamboo fabric which helps regulate your babies temperature and is really absorbent so any messes can be cleaned up in record time. These beautiful muslins come in two big sizes, 70cm x 70cm and 120cm x 120cm , helping them be as versatile as possible but they fold up small too. With all these different uses you should definitely get these muslin blankets on your baby must haves shopping list asap.

If you love the look of these muslin blankets, you can shop the full range of Bullabaloo baby products here.

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Do you like the look of these muslin blankets? Do you use muslins for anything else? Any handy uses for muslin blankets I haven’t mentioned please feel free to share in the comments below.

Disclaimer: I am a Bullabaloo brand representative and I received these muslin blankets free of charge in return for this honest review. All words and opinions are my own. 


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  1. August 29, 2017 / 9:15 am

    You have certainly covered all uses great list fab read #triumphanttales

  2. August 29, 2017 / 9:24 am

    I love these ideas. Muslin blankets really are versatile aren’t they. They were one of the best things we bought for Molly when she was a baby. In fact, she uses one as her comfort blanket now, at age three. She calls it her blankie, my sister calls it her mankie, because its disgusting now, even when its just been washed haha #TriumphantTales
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  3. August 30, 2017 / 11:49 am

    We have a similar large muslin that we use as a light blanket when its chilly in Ben’s room. We also use it as a back up comforter at nap time when Ben’s usual one is in the wash. They’re amazing for multi-tasking!!
    Thank you for sharing this with us at #TriumphantTales. I hope to see you back next week!
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