Diaper Baby Cakes Photo Gallery
Welcome to our photo gallery of teddy bear diaper cakes. These designs and ideas that have been generously submitted to us by readers like you.
It is my hope they will inspire you to make a fabulous masterpiece. If you feel inspired to make a diaper cake, and have pictures and techniques to share with us, you can do it here.
This hawaiian cake is made with 80 diapers, three hawaiian leis, a stuffed soft hawaiian bear, five colorful lolly pops, five palm tree tealight candles, one fleece blanket, three bodysuits, several hawaiian umbrellas, several hawaiian parrots, one bib, hot pink colored bottle, pink socks and one teether.
I made this teddy bear diaper cake one with a blanket, disposable nappies and baby clothes and items. I think it looks lovely .
This cake was made for my daughters favorite 3rd grade teacher Mrs. Frudden. This Cake is made of about 170 Size 1 diapers. It has 5 Tiers held together with an empty wrapping paper roll. Ribbons were tied around to cover the rubber bands. Baby items such as teething rings, rattles, nail clipper, medicine dropper, fork & spoons, comb & brush etc were attached with curling ribbon. A teddy bear was used as a cake topper then it was wrapped with clear wrap & more curling ribbon and a platter was cut out of the box from the diapers.
This little beauty is made with 35 size 1 diapers,a container of baby powder in the middle a 9 oz baby bottle,plaid ribbon and a little lovely with a pink nose on top :)
This baby diaper cake was for a shower we gave a "daddy to be" in my office. They didn't know the sex so we made it yellow with accents.
I used a mirror for the base to stabilize it. I rolled up disposable diapers and put a clear rubber band around each individual one. I put a group of rolled diapers together in a circle and put a big rubber band around that to use as my bottom layer. I took some of the diapers out and replaced them with baby items. EX bibs, receiving blankets, hair bows, travel size sundries etc.. The second and top row I did the same as the bottom row except used less diapers to make it graduated like a diaper.
To top it off I used a small teddy bear blanket. I took some net and tied it around the rubber bands that were showing on the diaper layers. I used strings of pearls and draped them around the layers. I measured the diaper cake to see how tall and wide it was and then put netting over the whole thing to keep it in place. I tied it off with more pearls.
Here is a diaper cake I did for my sister, this was my first and it was a hit! I love the brown and blue combination and so did the guests. This was so much fun and now all the family want me to do them for upcoming showers. I just wish there was a way I could do this all the time from home... if you know of anyone needing a cake in Utah County, Utah let me know!
Angie E. from SC, United States
This diaper cake was made for my sister's baby shower. Not knowing the sex of the baby, all colors remained fairly neutral. I used approximately 100 premium disposable diapers. I used a white teddy bear and white daisies as a topper. I wrapped the layers with a yellow satin bow with a smaller "baby feet" bow. I then hot glued small novelty items, i.e. pink and blue plastic pacifiers, blocks, white daisies, and trial sized baby wash, lotions, baby powder, hair brush and shampoos. I also added a small monkey and giraffe to the base.
Megan G. from Dover, PA
I first gathered all materials to prepare the diaper cake that I wanted to make. I bought a pack of white cloud diapers size 2 I believe and I used 80 diapers. I then bought tape, twisty ties rubber bands, decorative ribbon, and then some things to attach to the cake later on such as the teddy bear, pacifiers, 5 oz. baby bottles, a teething ring, and some small plastic baby booties. I had also used a glue gun and one or two glue sticks to glue the ribbon on. Once I had everything together I rolled all 80 diapers into a roll with the picture side up and then rubber banded each one. After that was done I took 3 diaper rolls, put them together and rubber banded those 3 together. Once I had that base I kept adding on each diaper roll by making a lanyard knot out of rubber bands and connecting it to the original 3 diapers. Finally that process turned into a base of 47 diapers for the bottom, and I repeated that step for the middle layer and used 21 diaper rolls and a top layer of 12 diaper rolls. After I finished I laid the bottom layer on a piece of glass and stacked the other two layers on top. Once it was stacked up I wrapped the ribbon around it and hot glued the ribbon on. ( I glued the end piece to the beginning ) Now that the ribbon was on I used twisty ties and tied the pacifiers, bottles, and teething ring to the inside rubber bands within the diaper cake to hold them in place. And for the finishing touch, I lastly added some small blue baby booties around the edges.
Angie S. from Lake Worth, FL
Joann J. from Houston, Texas