This is "Bitsy the Spider" BedBugg Rice Pack Cover. He's my personal favorite...even though I happen to be terrified of spiders. I like how he's chubby with short legs. He's definitely much cuter than your average spider.
And "Bizzee the Bumble Bee" BedBugg Rice Pack Cover. Another family favorite.
This is "Scarab the Beetle" BedBugg Cover. I never intended for him to look Egyptian, he just did, hence the name Scarab.
And last but not least "Swat the Fly" BedBugg Rice Pack Cover. He's my little brother's favorite. I guess he really looks like a fly that just got swatted.
Here's a picture of the actual rice pack. It is sewn into three compartment so that the rice doesn't all slide into one side. As you can see in the picture the BedBugg Covers work just like a pillow sham.
-The idea is to remove the rice pack from the cover so that the BedBugg doesn't get dirty in the microwave or freezer (although for freezing I do recommend that you put it in a freezer bag.)
-The fabric is 100% cotton so that they are microwavable.
-The BedBugg Covers are made out of flannel (also 100% cotton). Flannel is the perfect fabric because it helps keep the rice pack warmer or cooler longer.
-I recommend microwaving the rice pack anywhere from 1 to 2 minutes depending on your preference and microwave.
***IF IT IS TOO HOT TO PICK UP, IT IS TOO HOT FOR YOUR SKIN AND PLEASE ALLOW IT TO COOL BEFORE HANDLING!!!***
-To freeze, put the rice pack in a freezer bag and freeze for anywhere between 1 hour up to 24 hours.
-If your BedBugg gets dirty no problem, just spot wash the BedBugg Cover with a wet rag. And you can spot wash the rice pack with a very slightly damp rag too (but try not to get the rice pack too wet as it may damage the rice.)
-So what do you think? Do you have any recommendations or suggestions for me?
-If you would like to make a purchase of any of my products please visit my shop at : www.bedbuggs.etsy.com