Hooty Hoot Owl Diaper Cake

by Wendy
(Vidor, TX)

Love this Hooty Hoot Owl Diaper Cake! Classy flourishes, great colors, and a darling theme! Wendy has shared her creativity with all of us and has added her ideas to our reader-inspired collection of the best diaper cake ideas on the internet. Thanks Wendy - your diaper cake is darling!

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112 size 3 diapers
Johnsons Baby Lotion
Johnsons Baby Wash
Owl Decorations
Decor & Ribbon purchased at Hobby Lobby

I did this one a little different than all of my others.

This is for a diaper baby shower; using size 3 because many people bring size 1 or 2 for the mommy-to-be again.

Bottom layer, I used 3 diapers to create one rolled diaper. First roll one diaper up into a roll, then roll a diaper around the one that you just did, then the 3rd around the 2nd creating a larger roll.

Second layer, same concept, just roll one diaper up, then roll another diaper around that one.

Top layer, one diaper rolled up.

This is probably my favorite one so far because it is different and unique!

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Feb 27, 2017
Aw look so cute
by: Donna

Well, Maybe the diaper cake is kinda weird but It's so cute. I love it anyway. I want to make one for my daughter with a cute pig theme

Oct 21, 2015
by: Jackie

I do understand that these things are important, but diaper cake looks really weird at some point. Although I think it's sweet.
Jackie Harper

Oct 30, 2011
by: Anonymous

how much po can u pls send me ur pricelist and how to purchase tnx po

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