Assembly

How to Put a Smitten Bassinet Together

The Smitten Bassinet can be assembled in less than 5 minutes, without requiring any tools. Everything you need arrives in the package. No more hours spent fighting with confusing instructions and 1,000 tiny screws.

Step 1: Unpack Your Smitten

Your Shipment Includes:

  • 1 mattress
  • 1 sheet
  • 10 adhesive strips
  • 2 handles
  • 1 Smitten Bassinet Box

Step 2: Pop Out Cardboard Handles

On each end of the Smitten Bassinet, there are 2 places to remove the cardboard. These holes are where the handles will be attached. Make sure all 4 cardboard pieces are removed for proper insertion.

Step 3: Apply Adhesive Strips

Peel strips off the large sheet and place according to the outline. Green rectangles indicate where you should adhere each strip. You will have two strips left over.

Step 4: Build The Ends

  • Remove the paper backing from the three adhesive strips on one end of your Smitten. Fold in the angled wings and bring them together.
  • Fold the end panel up to the wings. Carefully attach the wings to the adhesive strip on the end panel. Note: Once the adhesive is attached, it cannot be removed.
  • To complete end, fold end panel to the inside of your Smitten and attach to the adhesive on wings. Be sure handles are aligned before adhering. Repeat on opposite end.

Step 5: Build The Sides

Remove paper backing from the strip on the long-side panel. Fold side panel over and stick to the adhesive strip. Repeat on other side.

Step 6: Attach Handles

Separate white handle into two pieces. Press together around handle hole in the end. Press firmly until you hear a “click.” Repeat on opposite end.

Your Smitten Is Ready To Use!

Put the sheet over the mattress. Place the mattress in the Smitten Bassinet.
Rest easy knowing your baby will sleep safely and comfortably.

“We use the Smitten at home and recently traveled across the country to visit relatives. I had a box shipped ahead to our destination so our 3 month old daughter could sleep in a familiar place and have a safe spot to rest or play.” – Clare