Monday, June 1, 2015

Easy Peasy Patches Inc. Giveaway

One thing is true about my 7 year old: He is horrible about putting holes in his pants! The pants below aren't even pants that were handed down to him. I got them off the clearance rack at Gymboree.

I am so glad we got patches to review from Easy Peasy Patches Inc. 

They are a brand new, patent pending product; there is nothing on the market like them!

They Sent Me 5 Patches to Review. 

My favorite is the monster patch. Isaak likes the soccer ball the most.

I think the flag one will be used for the forth of July:

I'm not as crazy about the next 2, but again they sent us a variety to use the ones we do like the most.

Easy Peasy Patches Are Extremely Durable, Permanent, Fabric Sticker Patches. 
  1. What I love the most is that they require NO ironing or sewing. 
  2. What I like second is that they will go through the washer, dryer and even the dishwasher. 
Easy Peasy Patches Can be Used to Mend, Decorate and Accessorize anything: 
  • Jeans 
  • Backpacks
  • Messenger Bags
  • Duffle Bags
  • Water Bottles 
  • Sporting Equipment  
  • Craft Projects 
  • And More...
Easy Peasy Patches Were Created as a Solution to a 'Mom Problem':

Children wearing out the knees in their pants before they outgrew them.

They have turned out to be so much more!  Easy Peasy Patches are great for Crafting! They can be cut to any size and drawn on with permanent ink markers.  Easy Peasy Patches now has a series of Craft Kits that are ideal for boys and girls to personalize all of their belongings.

Where to get Easy Peasy Patches:
  • JoAnn Fabrics
  • Amazon
  • Sears
How to Apply Easy Peasy Patches:

If you have a child like mine that has worn holes in their pants it's best to sew fabric behind the hole. I sewed a white fabric behind Isaak's hole. If the hole is small, then you're safe to skip this step, and just put the patch on.

Warm the fabric in the dryer for 10 minutes. Take off the thin paper behind the patch, and apply it. It sticks VERY well, so make sure it's where you want it to be.

Isaak's still hard on his pants, but we have a Easy Peasy Patches solution!

He can be free to be the boy he is:
  • Fall
  • Climb
  • Walk Around on His Knees

Yes he's ok! :)

Now is Your Chance to Win a Set of Easy Peasy Patches for Yourself! 
This giveaway will have 3 winners.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Masshole Mommy said...

My boys would love that Minecraft creeper one!!

Eat To Live said...

I see they make custom patches. I should order some for my Grandson. Boys are so rough on clothing.

Theresa Mahoney said...

Kids are always so hard on clothes! That's cool that they are fun patches to help extend the life of kid's clothes!

~ Noelle said...

That is great!!!
We go through pants a lot here, but I am not sure if this would work for us... Broxton heads to school with normal pants and when he returns, it is like he is trying to make shorts... the holes are THAT big.. more like a rip all the way across versus a hole... ha ha ha
I love the minecraft one though

Charlie said...

That's great that they are that easy to put on! Over 20 years ago I remember the ones I'd try for my boys would need to be ironed on AND sewed on, otherwise they would come off in the wash.

Indah Nuria Savitri said...

I need them for sure...even my daughter Obi has all those patches in her pants :).

Jana Deaver said...

I could surely find a good use for these.

Unknown said...

Elijah puts holes in his knees all the time!


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