Frogs n Flowers Diaper Cake

This frogs n flowers diaper cake is easy on the eyes and almost good enough to eat! I love the flowers tucked here and there around the cake, and the colors go so well together. A truly fabulous cake submitted by Amy, from New York.

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Amy's Frogs 'n Flowers Diaper Cake

Flower Diaper Cake

Amy's Comments:
Description: I couldn't have done it w/o this site !! THANK U~~ I used 120 swaddler newborn size diapers with the Sesame Street print. I rolled each one so that the print was facing the outside and secured them with small rubber bands. For the center structure I used a tall bottle of Johnson's Softlotion (not for baby but mom can use it) and surrounded it with a circle of diapers, then tied them down with a thin piece of ribbon. Then I repeated that until there were about 4 circular rows. The same for the 2nd tier minus 1 row and then the same for the 3rd tier minus 1 row. I used a wider opaque wired ribbon to wrap around each tier and tied with a bow. The flowers were artificial flowers that I just snipped the top of and stuck them here and there. I used froggie foam stickers to decorate the ribbon, and finally added some baby products and baby toys to finish it off.



Thanks Amy! Whoever gets this cake is a lucky girl!!!

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