• Design Free Thursday | What Happened Bandages.


    Posted on 24th November, by Dana Tomić Hughes in random fun. 3 Comments



    I have a little confession – I’ve got a thing for band-aids. Husband always pays me out about it, but I can’t help it – I love them. As in, I don’t love hurting myself and having to wear one, but I really love quirky, fun and interesting band-aids. I once bought a whole box of Mickey Mouse illustrated bandages which were so cool (promise they were awesome, not the kiddy type with crappy colours or anything – just trust me on this one). Anyway, they actually made me feel a little excited about getting a nasty cut or a graze as it meant I got to wear one… Man, that makes me sound super weird, doesn’t it? Yes it does.

    No prizes for guessing that these bandages from Urban Oufitters made me squeal with excitement. They are “way cooler than stubbed toes”. Genius!!!

    x dana

    P.S. If these aren’t your thing, perhaps Bacon Strips Bandages are more your speed..? I’m personally into both, due to my “mild” obsession with pork. Although I would probably think twice before wearing a strip of bacon on my finger. Kinda gross, even for me.


    [Images via Urban Oufitters.]





  • 3 Responses to “Design Free Thursday | What Happened Bandages.”

    1. Angela washington says:

      Im so pleased the love of a quirky band-aid is shared by somebody else and it is not just me!

    2. nina says:

      i hear you…i have skull bandaids which are pretty damn cool. The bacon strips are actually quite gross…

    3. Kylie says:

      I’ve got a tin of Simpsons bandaids in the Bathroom cabinet…their my husbands…honestly.



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