Fabkins Cloth Napkins Made For Kids

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Last year, National Geographic’s Green Guide recommended families to stop using paper napkins in favour of cloth ones because they would save up to $100 per year by switching to reusables. So, if you’re still using paper napkins to clean up after your kids, now you’ve got a great reason to stop: Fabkins kid-oriented cloth napkins.Fabkins Kids Cloth Napkins

Last year, National Geographic’s Green Guide recommended families stop using paper napkins in favour of cloth ones because they would save up to $100 per year by switching to reusables. So, if you’re still using paper napkins to clean up after your kids, now you’ve got a great reason to stop: Fabkins kid-oriented cloth napkins. To date they’ve sold 22,000 cloth napkins, and for Earth Day they’re introducing new designs, as well as Earth Day toolkits for schools. Each pack includes 5 Fabkins with different designs on them, and eight different themes to choose from: Prima Ballerina, Sports Fan, Beach Bound, African Safari, Fruit Salad, Garden Friends, Flower Power, and Extreme Sports (with a new Polar Bear theme coming on Earth Day). So no matter what your child is into, there’s a Fabkin for them. Click here for the Fabkins Earth Day Toolkit for schools, or click here to order a set of Fabkins for your child.

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