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I made the large one 1st, the 2nd one I made was with the left over diapers and I was like crap I have to take pics! So sorry there isn't pictures of me making the big one. =)

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  • How to make a diaper cakes. Diaper Cake - Step 1
    Step 1

    You'll need a pack of diapers 50 or more. A paper towl roll, rubber bands or yarn, and some type of a base. I used cardbord

    1st take all the diapers and roll them, secure with rubber bands or yarn.

  • How to make a diaper cakes. Diaper Cake - Step 2
    Step 2

    Start securing the diapers to the paper towel roll. Make sure to go all the way around.

  • How to make a diaper cakes. Diaper Cake - Step 3
    Step 3

    This is how it should look now.

  • How to make a diaper cakes. Diaper Cake - Step 4
    Step 4

    Now start securing diaper roll around the 1st circle of diapers.

  • How to make a diaper cakes. Diaper Cake - Step 5
    Step 5

    Keep repeating the process until you reach the desired size. When you are satisfied with the size of the bottom tier, the move on the next tier. You should have less circles of diapers the more you get to the top.

  • How to make a diaper cakes. Diaper Cake - Step 6
    Step 6

    When you are done with that, cover the rubber bands or yarn with ribbon. Add something cute on top. I used a rubber duckie. You can use a babybottle, or a cute little softie. (Whatever floats your boat.) Finish decorating with anykind of baby stuff you want. (Oh and if you want to be really cool I heard of people using a bottle of wine or other alchol instead of a paper roll in the middle!)

  • How to make a diaper cakes. Diaper Cake - Step 7
    Step 7

    I used cardboard for the base, and covered it with a handmade blanket. You definately want to use something as a base otherwise your diapers will fall out.

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CookieBird Lover
CookieBird Lover · 25 projects
this will be a great present for my aunts baby shower she will love for her 4th baby
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Jeanette
Jeanette · Leonard, Michigan, US · 21 projects
This is very cool. I have made diaper cakes in the past, but your is so colorful, I love it!
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Simiisme
Simiisme
This is lovely, Tara Happy
Thanks for sharing it.
I'm going to try to make one for my new niece, due at the end of this month.
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CO + K User

Thankyou. (=
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Kepi
Kepi · Los Angeles, California, US · 49 projects
I always wondered how these were made. Very cute gift idea!
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CO + K User

I think I'll try one of these for my friend's baby shower next month. Very cute, good job!
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1427 projects
Cute and I bet very handy for new mums.
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DIS.AR.RAY
DIS.AR.RAY · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 32 projects
Thats so cute, and quite usefull since one of my aunts [the "black sheep] has this nasty little habbit of getting pregnant Happy But I do love molding little ones Happy


btw, I LOVE that duck on the top!!!
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CO + K User

Yes, Its my first one. Thankyou. That is a really good idea! I will def. have to tell her about that! =)
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Brandi Noel
Brandi Noel · Hanford, California, US · 1 project
Is this the first one you have made???
It looks GREAT!

I've been making diaper cakes for along time, I like to use a basket instead of a cardbord base, I like laundery baskets because they are both cheap and usefull. and I put a cardbord box in the bottom and cover the box with tisue paper so the whole cake isnt in the basket. Also something fun we always do with them is play a baby shower game with it, you tell everyone who is invited to the shower that if they bring diapers or wipes each package will count as one entry into a spechial drawing, and then everyone who brings a package of diapers or wipes gets one guess per package of how many diapers are in the cake. My friend did that at her shower and she didnt have to buy diapers for 6 months! So it can really be the gift that keeps on giving.

Again its beautiful!


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