DIY Potty Pads

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My blog co-author, Erika, took some puppy pads and made her own refills for a portable potty her daughter uses. She cut down her cost from $34 per pack of bags to $7.50!
diy potty pads, repurposing upcycling
The supplies
The supplies
She cut down the large puppy pads into 6 sections.
She cut down the large puppy pads into 6 sections.
here is the assembled bag
here is the assembled bag
Evey's Creations

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  • Beverly Hullender
    on Jan 30, 2014

    This is a great idea! When my children were young we lived 15 miles from town--and no place to stop and potty! With little boys, it's not too big a deal (be sure and hide them from view though) but little girls have an entirely different set of issues! Although I tried to make sure that they used the bathroom before leaving the house, there were always "emergencies!" Quite useful for "roughing-it camping" as well. :D

  • Cheri
    on Aug 3, 2015

    I agree with Evey, she used the potty to show how they look when in use. Great idea. I don't think the lady would be using them on potty at home.

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