Baby Girl Diaper Cake

This baby girl diaper cake is LOADED with baby items, diapers and cute ideas! Diane is a first time grandmother and made this cake to celebrate her daughter's upcoming bundle of joy! It is adorable - from the cute baby footprint ribbon to the cuddly bear on top. Check it out...

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Diane's Baby Girl Diaper Cake

Baby Girl Diaper Cake

Diane's Comments:
I came across diaper cakes when I was looking for shower games. I thought they were really cute and didn't look all that hard to make! My daughter is expecting a girl (my first grandbaby!) in November so I made the diaper cake for two of her showers she will be having to use as a centerpiece. I used a large baby lotion as the center bottom core and surrounded it by diapers. The next layer is also diapers but when I ran out of diapers, instead of buying more, I went to the dollar store and got baby washclothes, bottles, handy wipe packages and a picture pillow and used them as "fillers", replacing the diapers with them so the diapers I did have could be used on the 2nd and 3rd layer. I also bought little teddy bear picks, curling ribbon and a bib at the dollar store. The top layer I only had 5 diapers to surround the bottle so I draped a bib over the top of it (kind of like a cape for the blankee dollie). The whole thing cost around $30. I am anxious for my daughter to see it!

Baby Girl Diaper Cake

Baby Girl Diaper Cake

Adorable! Diane, your daughter is going to love it!! Thank You!

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