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Cathy B. from Washington, D.C.

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This is a sampling of the diaper cakes I've enjoyed making. I would be willing to make them for those in the DC / MD / VA area (at a fee) and can be contacted via email. I include a recipe card with a list of "ingredients" diapercakesgift@yahoo.com

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Jean K. from Colver, Pennsylvania

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I purchased a small pack of Pampers Stage 1 Swaddlers. I used cake boards, glue dots, ribbon and ruffles to make the cake fancier.

Also attached are receiving blankets, pacifiers, infant spoons, hats, teething ring, rattles and sleepers. It's topped with a White Teddy Bear which is being supported by a container of Johnsons Baby Powder.

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Nisha W. from Eagle Mountain

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I made this bear diaper cake for a friend who was expecting a boy. I started out with some buttery cream colored onesies for my inspiration. I used baby wash as the center to hold the cake together. I was originally heading towards an elegant diaper cake, but came across an adorable teddy bear that giggles when you squeeze its toes. It was so cute I couldn't resist! I rolled a summer blanket to look like a rose and ran it through the middle of the cake. I wrapped the bottom two layers with a sparkly gold ribbon. The top layer I tied white tulle around. I finished it off with clear shred to cover the diapers and give a touch of elegance. She loved it!

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Karen G. from Danville, Illinois

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This kitty in a basket diaper cake has 1 oval wire basket,14 diapers, 1 baby oil, 1 baby Cream, 1 Wash Cloth, 1 teether, 1 bottle and 1 burp cloth. This was ordered for a Baby Shower.

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Traci D. from Mabelvale, Arkansas

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I used size 1 diapers to make this bear diaper cake. First I wrapped a few diapers around a baby bottle that I filled with peppermints for mom for the top layer. Then I made the 2nd layer and a 3 layer, each layer is bigger than the first. Then comes the fun part, I took all kinds of baby items and attached them all over the cake. I use a lot of ribbon and just have fun with it. I always use receiving blankets to wrap around the 2 and 3 layer and then the top layer. I use a bib to wrap it up. I always try to put a cute little stuffed animal on top as well. All of my friends that I have made one for love them. Oh and to finish it off, I get that sheer see through material and wrap it all up in it! They are so much fun to make!

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Cathy B. from Washington, D.C.

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This is a sampling of the diaper cakes I've enjoyed making. I would be willing to make them for those in the DC / MD / VA area (at a fee) and can be contacted via email. I include a recipe card with a list of "ingredients" diapercakesgift@yahoo.com

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Jill from the United States

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The first attempt at a diaper cake, and I think it turned out so cute! It has around 70 size two and three diapers. Very fun!

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Shatonjia W. from Okinawa, Japan

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I made a diaper cake for my friend's baby shower. She was pleasantly surprised. Inside the whole the cake I used baby bottles. It was my first one created for a boy. I used 2 packages of the size 1 diapers. The cake received many compliments. I now will make them as baby shower gifts. Thanks for keeping a fantastic creative website!

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Sonya D. from Colt, Arkansas

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I got the idea of a diaper cake from your website. So I wanted to send a photo of my first try. Everyone was very pleased. Thank You

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Heather from Buffalo, Missouri

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This is a cake I made for a lady at work for a baby boy.

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Bre G. from North Pole, Alaska

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This is a diaper cake I made after looking at your website for ideas. Thank you for the suggestions! I used a box of wipes as the base (the second tier covers most of the box) and hot glued a tube of diaper rash cream in a box to the top for stability for the second and top tiers. My almost-two-year-old son LOVED helping me roll diapers and keeps asking to roll more! I used regular rubber bands (size 16) to roll the diapers. I tried ribbon, but it was a pain and I remembered not enjoying taking the diapers apart when I received a diaper cake myself.

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Pamela V. from Monroe Township, New Jersey

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Diaper Cake "Ingredients"

  • 40 small diapers (size 2)
  • 1 cardboard cake plate (12" diameter)
  • 20" square piece of baby gift wrapping paper (trim corners to make a circle)(to cover cardboard cake plate)
  • 1 baby bottle or cardboard paper towel or gift wrap roll (15" long)
  • scotch tape
  • 40" piece of 3" wide lace
  • glue
  • string or rubber bands to secure diaper cake layers
  • 1 roll colored curling ribbon or 1 roll 5/8" sheer ribbon DECORATION:
  • 2 receiving blankets or baby towels
  • Baby wash cloths
  • 1 burp cloth
  • Diaper pins or safety pins to hold items together
  • Various baby items to decorate (mini soap and shampoo bottles, baby hair brushes, teething rings, etc. . .)
  • 1 cake topper (i.e. small stuffed animal or beanie toy)
  • Baby nightgown
  • Bibs
  • Any variety of items to wrap around the cake layers
  • CONSTRUCTION

    Cut a 12" cardboard circle. Take a 15" length of a cardboard tube and cut 1 1/2 inch slits on one end. Fan the slits out, put glue on the inside of the slits, and place on the 12" cardboard circle. Cover the base with the 20" piece of gift wrap that you have trimmed to be a circle. Scotch tape the gift wrap in place. Take the 40" piece of 3" lace, and glue it to the top side of the gift wrap. Start by rolling the diapers lengthwise around the baby bottle or around another cardboard tube, and continue to roll the diapers around themselves until you have used 20 diapers for the first layer of the diaper cake. Use scotch tape or string to secure the diapers together, or use rubber bands if you prefer. Do the same to make the second layer of the diaper cake, only this time make it a bit smaller by only using 10-15 diapers. The third, top, layer should be only about 5 diapers round. Place each layer on the base that you have covered with gift wrap and lace. Fold a receiving blanket to match the width of the bottom diaper cake layer and wrap around. Secure the back with a diaper pin. Do the same for the second layer. For the third, smallest layer, use a burp cloth to wrap around the cake layer and secure with a diaper pin. Tie curling ribbon or sheer 5/8" ribbon in whatever colors you choose around each of the 3 layers of the diaper cake, tie leaving enough extra ribbon at the ends to curl. Take the baby items and tuck them in the ribbon to decorate. Top your cake off with a small stuffed animal or beanie toy, or something of similar proportion that matches your cake.

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    Bear cake photos submitted to cake gallery by:

    Shayla B. from Cleburne, Texas

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    This is my 2nd diaper cake I have made. It is a 4 tier baby boy bear diaper cake which contains:

    110 Luvs size 1 diapers
    3 receiving blankets
    2 Graco 8 oz. bottles
    3 onesies
    1 9 oz. Johnson's Baby Wash
    1 2 oz. Desitin Creamy
    1 pacifier
    1 Baby Brush and comb
    1 Soft teddy bear
    They are so much fun to make. I love them.

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    Pamela V. from Monroe Township, New Jersey

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    Bear Diaper Cake "Ingredients"

  • 40 small diapers (size 2)
  • 1 cardboard cake plate (12" diameter)
  • 20" square piece of baby gift wrapping paper (trim corners to make a circle)(to cover cardboard cake plate)
  • 1 baby bottle or cardboard paper towel or gift wrap roll (15" long)
  • scotch tape
  • 40" piece of 3" wide lace
  • glue
  • string or rubber bands to secure diaper cake layers
  • 1 roll colored curling ribbon or 1 roll 5/8" sheer ribbon
  • DECORATION:
  • 2 receiving blankets or baby towels
  • baby wash cloths
  • 1 burp cloth
  • diaper pins or safety pins to hold items together
  • various baby items to decorate (mini soap and shampoo bottles, baby hair brushes, teething rings, etc. . .)
  • 1 cake topper (i.e. small stuffed animal or beanie toy)
  • baby nightgown
  • bibs
  • any variety of items to wrap around the cake layers
  • CONSTRUCTION

    Cut a 12" cardboard circle. Take a 15" length of a cardboard tube and cut 1 1/2 inch slits on one end. Fan the slits out, put glue on the inside of the slits, and place on the 12" cardboard circle. Cover the base with the 20" piece of gift wrap that you have trimmed to be a circle. Scotch tape the gift wrap in place. Take the 40" piece of 3" lace, and glue it to the top side of the gift wrap. Start by rolling the diapers lengthwise around the baby bottle or around another cardboard tube, and continue to roll the diapers around themselves until you have used 20 diapers for the first layer of the diaper cake. Use scotch tape or string to secure the diapers together, or use rubber bands if you prefer. Do the same to make the second layer of the diaper cake, only this time make it a bit smaller by only using 10-15 diapers. The third, top, layer should be only about 5 diapers round. Place each layer on the base that you have covered with gift wrap and lace. Fold a receiving blanket to match the width of the bottom diaper cake layer and wrap around. Secure the back with a diaper pin. Do the same for the second layer. For the third, smallest layer, use a burp cloth to wrap around the cake layer and secure with a diaper pin. Tie curling ribbon or sheer 5/8" ribbon in whatever colors you choose around each of the 3 layers of the diaper cake, tie leaving enough extra ribbon at the ends to curl. Take the baby items and tuck them in the ribbon to decorate. Top your cake off with a small stuffed animal or beanie toy, or something of similar proportion that matches your cake.

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    Bear cake photos submitted to cake gallery by:

    Jodi from Georgia

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    I used a cake board as the base and just rolled up many diapers, laid them flat on a table, taped the top part so that it made a straight line and then lifted the diapers onto their side. I then attached each end with tape and filled it in with more diapers. After it was stabled I would pull out random diapers around the perimeter and replace them with a baby cloth rolled up. I did this for three layers and after each layer was done I surrounded it with blue ribbon and then laid sheer polka dot ribbon over that. I then tucked in lots of baby things like pacifiers, little booties etc... I top the diaper cake with a bear and had a ribbon to top him.

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    Leanne R. from Port Talbot, United Kingdom

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    JJ C. from Santa Maria, California

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    Required Materials:

    • Newborn diapers (Approximately 64)
    • Rubber Bands
    • Yarn
    • Tall Baby Bottle
    • Receiving Blanket or Baby Bath Towel

    (1) Starting with the newborn diapers, start rolling each diaper and securing with a rubber band.

    (2) Find a sturdy piece of cardboard and center baby bottle; start stacking the rolled diapers in a circular pattern. Start with an immediate stacking around baby bottle and secure with a piece of yarn on the OD. Then, create a second round (also securing with yarn) and ending with a third layer also securing with a piece of yarn. This is the first tie of the cake. You may want to tuck little odds and ends of baby supplies into this layer. Some examples of what can be tucked are baby spoons, plastic dirty diaper bags, diaper pins, baby bibs etc.

    (3) On the second tier, take a receiving blanket or baby bath towel. Fold to match the height of diapers and roll around baby bottle and secure with a safety or diaper pin. After securing, start a layer of stacked baby diapers and secure with a piece of yarn.

    (4) Now you are on the third and final tier. Finish by stacking a layer of diapers which number between 6 and 8 diapers. You will again secure with a string of yarn.

    Now the decisions begin. You may choose to arrange the diapers so the designed area is on the outside and leave "as is". You can also choose to wrap a receiving blanket around the OD which can be secured with safety or diapers pins. The same holds true for the second and third tiers. I chose to wrap each tier with some plain white fabric which I found on sale at $.50/yard. I also chose not to let the tops of the rolled diapers show so I purchased some white carnations and tucked them into the tops of the rolled diapers in order to hide the diaper. In order to cut down on the number of carnations I used baby bibs and some smaller baby supplies as fillers. I placed carnations on both the second and third layers as well and used baby supplies as fillers. The top centerpiece of the third layer is your choice. I just happened to choose a stuffed teddy bear. (Ladies: if your hubby or children play those stuffed animal arcade games and bring home stuffed animals by the 100's, this is a good way to get rid of them). The rest of the decorating is whatever you choose. GOOD LUCK !!

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    Bear cake photos submitted to cake gallery by:

    Nicole A. Young from Ellenwood, Georgia

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    I make custom diaper cakes for the mom to be! These amazing cakes consist of some or all of the following: About 20 or more Pampers brand diapers, Johnson and Johnson travel products, onesies, receiving blankets, bottles, pacifiers, washcloths, wipe cases, baby rattles, baby plush animals, comb/brush sets, nasal aspirators, nail clippers and medicine droppers. I sometimes form the washcloths to look like candy or lollipops. What a great gift for the mom-to-be!

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    Bear cake photos submitted to cake gallery by:

    Karan L. from Hatlepool, United Kingdom

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    This is my first Diaper (nappy) Cake I am from the UK so at the moment diaper cakes are quite rare. I am always looking out for unusual gifts for baby and when I spotted your site I felt that I had to have a go. I made this cake for my future great nephew and his mum and dad love it

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    Artemisia B. from Culver City, California

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    I made this cake for a baby girl with teddy bears which I made by hand with felt, lace, baby blanket and different kinds of favors which rim the bottom.

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    Bear cake photos submitted to cake gallery by:

    Christy M. from Anniston, AL

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    The middle is sparkling grape juice. The first two layers have size 1 diapers single rolled with design out and the top layer is swaddlers diapers, design out. The tiers are decorated with valentines ribbon and hot glued for closure in the back. Tiny bows of hugs and kisses decorate the front. The items are stuck to the caked by having ribbon glued to the ribbon of the cake. The bear on top hides the bottle of grape juice (we don't want the mom on alcohol. Little bottles, rocking horses, baby pins, rattlers are hot glued here and there. Some bears stick out of diapers here and there to keep up the bear theme.

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    Diane H. from Spokane, Washington

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    I made one similar to this one for my daughters baby shower and it was such a hit. Now I make them to sell.

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    Ashley H. from Dunseith, North Dakota

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    Here is a bear diaper cake that I made for my sister-in-law's daughter and I made it all out of care bear accessories, including the diapers. It was really easy and I enjoyed doing it!

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    Melissa from The United States

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    Michelle L. from North Brunswick NJ

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    This was my second cake and it was even more fun creating than the first cake. Key is to have your theme in mind and let her rip! Have Fun!!! I couldn't have completed this without the help of my mother and sister. We had such a blast!!! Should you have a need to be discrete with excellence, order a diaper cake with me today!! Michellegancetakesthecake@gmail.com

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    Bear cake photos submitted to cake gallery by:

    TaShaun B. from San Jose, California

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    This was my first diaper cake (and cupcake) that I put together for a friend to give as a baby shower gift. I had tons of fun making it! I can't wait to make another.

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    Lily K. from El Monte, California

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    Here are some of the diaper cakes that I made for friends and family. I would like to share with everyone to let them know that you can make truly amazing gifts with everyday baby items. Thank you for allowing me to post these pictures up.

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    Laura K. from Roseville, California

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    This is a 4 tier bear diaper cake. Inside are bibs, socks, bodysuits, and pajamas wrapped together so diapers can be formed around the bundles for security and width. There are 100 diapers in this cake. On the outside the tiers are wrapped with homemade blankets and burp cloths. Cut silk flowers were tucked into the layers. A classic Pooh is sitting on top enjoying the flowers from above. .

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    Cindy L. from Barbertown, Ohio

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    We rolled the diapers tied with rubber bands and used cardboard tubing for the center's. Had 3 different size plastic plates for the tiers.

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    Bear cake photos submitted to cake gallery by:

    Becky D. from Tell City, IN

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    Here is one of my basic diaper cakes. It has approx. 50 newborn diapers, a box of wipes and "My First Bear" perched on top.

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    Geri A. from Yuma,Arizona

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    I have just recently taken on the hobby of making Diaper cakes, I am getting great reviews. I love to make them. I find them so relaxing.....

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    Maha Y. from Manama, Bahrain

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    Jennifer P. from Florida

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    I made this cake with one pack of diapers. I bought all matching bear items and added them onto the cake. The top layer has a burp cloths wrapped around the diapers. The second layer has spoons, wash cloths, and bath supplies tucked around the diapers. The third layer has wash cloths spoons and 2 bibs attached; one on the front and one on the back. The bear is hugging the top 2 layers. Other items added are rubber duckies, teething ring and hair brush set. Platter is used for the bottom and a paper towel roll in the middle.

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    Grace R. from Singapore

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    Tell us about your diaper cake! We would love to hear all about it...

    Who did you make it for? I made it for my nephew.

    Was there a theme or style you followed? I wanted to have lots of blues.

    There were 35 size small diapers in this cake.

    What were the ingredients? I used 35 size small diapers, 3 wash cloths, 1 baby powder, 1 pack wet wipes, 1 pair of baby socks and a baby boy bow tie.

    Anything else you would like to share with us about your diaper cake or the occasion? This is my first diaper cake!Looking forward to more esp after viewing your website for such wonderful ideas!!!

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