Petunia Pickle Bottom Intermix Set

For such tiny people, our little ones sure need a lot of things – diapers, bottles, toys – and we need those things to be easily accessible! Being well organized and portable is key in keeping mama and baby happy. Petunia Pickle Bottom’s new Intermix line of modular bags and accessories does just that, while looking incredibly stylish. We’re excited to give one lucky parent a complete Intermix set to help moving from room to room (or borough to borough) so much easier.

The Intermix backpack is available in two striking looks: the coated canvas Birch + Black (pictured) and Mazes of Milano, a machine washable, geometric pattern. The bags are spacious and luxurious – extremely well constructed and thought out, with multiple pockets on the outside for easy-to-grab items and tons of space inside for every type of outing.

Whether used as a stroller organizer or at home, the Intermix caddy has moveable dividers that fit perfectly with the Intermix pixels. Fill it with snacks, toys and band aids for a trip to the park, or diapers, lanolin and wipes to venture out of the nursery. The caddy can be attached to the stroller with clips or carried by its sturdy handles.

The pixels come in three different sizes: cool, midi and mini. The cool pixel is insulated, perfect for bottles or cold snacks. The midi is super lightweight, perfect for dry snacks or small toys. The mini is even tinier: great for those little items you don’t want to get lost in the bottom of your diaper bag.

We love the Intermix system and know it will help ease the stress of traveling with your baby! This giveaway includes the Intermix backpack (you can choose your print), an accessory caddy and all three pixels (value of $190!). The Intermix line is completely customizable, and you will be able to mix and match from Petunia Pickle Bottom’s different patterns. Enter below to win.

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