Snugem can be used to secure a receiving blanket around a newborn baby, preventing the blanket from shifting around.
Snugem can allow parents and caregivers to make a snuggly cocoon for their newborn baby without swaddling the baby and completely restricting his or her movement. This innovative product can resemble a small 3" fabric ball, filled with stuffing. It can have three small nonslip hair bands attached to the back. Parents and caregivers can slip the three corners of a receiving blanket into the three hair bands to comfortably secure the blanket around the baby. This product can prevent the blanket from riding up and exposing the baby’s toes, as well as keep all parts of the baby covered.
Key Selling Benefits
When holding a newborn baby, the blanket can have a tendency to ride up around the baby’s neck, which can expose the baby’s toes. Also, babies generally shift around in their sleep while napping. This can cause the blanket to shift around and get bunched up. Exposed body parts can cause the baby’s body temperature to drop. Even a slight drop in body temperature can be critical for newborns. Additionally, some babies may not like their arms tightly pinned to their torso by the swaddling technique. An effective solution to prevent these problems is necessary.
Snugem can provide parents and caregivers with a convenient way to wrap and secure a receiving blanket around their newborn baby, while adding decorative style to the blanket. This unique product can comprise two 3" circles of fabric that can be sewed together and stuffed with polyfill. Three small, nonslip hair bands can be attached to the back, center of the circles. To use, parents or caregivers can simply lay the baby in a square receiving blanket and pull one of the side corners through one of the loops, so that the device is located on the front, center of the baby’s chest. Next, they can pull the other side corner of the blanket through another loop, and then finally can pull the bottom corner of the receiving blanket through the final loop. The fabric can be offered in a variety of designs and colors for both boys and girls. The exact specifications may vary.
Patent / IP Status: Patent[s] are pending
Inventory in Stock: Inventory has never been ordered
Number of Units in Stock: < 100
Suggested Retail Price: $6.99 To $9.99
Wholesale Price: N/A
Estimated Cost/Unit: $1.00
Minimum Order/Units: N/A
Prior Sales Activity: I have sold Snugems to friends and plan on selling at craft shows this summer.