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    Doll Diaper Cake submitted to cake gallery by:

    Shirley P. from Port St. Lucie, Florida

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    Doll diaper cake submitted to cake gallery by:

    Nancy B. from Rocky Mount, North Carolina


    Ingredients:
    12" Round Cake Plate
    Paper towel Roll
    1 large bag of Baby Diapers
    Fleece and/or Receiving Blanket
    Ribbon, Baby Toys
    Bottle
    and other Baby items.

    Roll diapers and tie with thin ribbon, stand up around cardboard spool wrapped in tissue paper. Push Baby Bottle into center of tube, fold and wrap blanket around diapers, secure with safety pin. Put ribbon around blanket.

    Stack layers making each layer smaller than the first. Put assorted toys and bows on cake. I love to decorate with all kinds of Baby items. I put my cake in a pop-up laundry bag, with a baby pillow in the pouch.

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    Doll diaper cake submitted to cake gallery by:

    Michelle A. from East Hampton, Connecticut

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    Give a sweet gift to new baby. Our non-edible Triple layer Strawberry Shortcake Baby Diaper Cake is sure to be a hit. Constructed in the shape of a three tier wedding cake, this gift comes with all the essentials for new baby. Give a fun and festive baby gift! Gift recipients will be thrilled.

    Ingredients:

    100 premium Diapers ~ Size 1 (8-14 lbs.)
    Fleece Blanket 30" x 30"
    Infant T-Shirt
    Key Ring Rattle
    Disney Baby Booties
    Socks
    Wash Cloth
    Infant Scratch Mittens
    Gerber Juice
    Baby Magic Gentle Baby Bath
    Baby Magic Calming Milk Lotion ~ Lavender & Chamomile Scent
    Hand Sanitizer
    30 Pack Q-Tips
    Johnson's Baby Powder
    Loop Handled Spoon
    Magnetic Memo Note Pad
    (2) Medicine Droppers
    Nail File
    Nail Clipper
    Nail Scissors
    Chime Toothbrush
    Pacifier
    Strawberry Shortcake Bib
    Strawberry Rose White Chocolate Lollipop

    DETAILS: This baby diaper cake is approximately 20" inches tall and 15" inches wide. It is three tiers with 100 premium diapers. Tiers are wrapped with coordinating strawberry ribbon, and red and pink tulle with adorable strawberries. There are small strawberry plants at the top and iridescent shred in between the layers to look like icing.

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    Doll cake submitted to cake gallery by:

    Nancy B. from Rocky Mount, North Carolina

    Ingredients:
    12" Round Cake Plate
    Paper towel Roll
    1 large bag of Baby Diapers
    Fleece and/or Receiving Blanket
    Ribbon
    Baby Toys
    Bottle
    and other Baby items.

    Roll diapers and tie with thin ribbon, stand up around cardboard spool wrapped in tissue paper. Push Baby Bottle into center of tube, fold and wrap blanket around diapers, secure with safety pin. Put ribbon around blanket.

    Stack layers making each layer smaller than the first. Put assorted toys and bows on cake. I love to decorate with all kinds of Baby items. I put my cake in a pop-up laundry bag, with a baby pillow in the pouch.

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    Doll diaper cake submitted to cake gallery by:

    Karen G. from Danville, Illinois

    This baby doll diaper cake has 21 diapers, 1 receiving blanket, 1 burp cloth, 1 bib, 1 onesie and 4 toys. This was ordered for a baby shower.

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    Brandy C. from Harvey, Louisiana

    This is my first diaper cake. I made this for a friend as 1 of her shower gifts.


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    Silvia B. from Schlieren, Switzerland

    I made this and many other models out of pampers or towels. First as private gifts, and since they got crazy about them,I started last October my own e-shop. For this one I used 5 rolled pampers inside, all wrapped with a pink fleece blanket, decorated with 2 pair white socks, as roses rolled, and as the cake top I placed a cute retro puppet.

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    Brandy C. from Harvey, Louisiana

    I made this blue baby boy cake for a grandchild to be.

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    Candance M. from Bluffton, South Carolina

    I made this diaper cake for my daughter. I rolled up newborn and the next size up diapers and used clear rubber bands to hold them. Put them around a wrapping paper roll and secured them. Then I wrapped the diapers with blankets, onesies and bibs. I attached little plastic decorations of pacifiers, bottles and bears with ribbon. I attached the cuddly baby toys and stuck the little baby bee rattle into the very top. (My daughter and son-in-law called the baby before she was born, baby bee because she was always busy and moving around). I had cut a round piece of cardboard and covered it with a piece of lacy material for the bottom.

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    Pam S. from Clinton, Wisconsin

    I just attempted my first diaper cake made from looking at the photos on your website. I think my cake looks terrific. I am making it for the center piece for the first baby shower I am going to throw. It is designed as a baby girl's cake as she will be arriving shortly.

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    Doll diaper cake submitted to cake gallery by:

    Holly S. from Leland, North Carolina

    I used a platter for the base. I rolled the diapers and tied with a pink ribbon. I then placed a fleece blanket in the middle and place the diapers around; didn't use a certain amount of diapers just made it where the platter was completely covered. I then cut the cardboard off the blanket (don't cut before you put the diapers or blanket will lose shape). I then made the second layer. I tied off both layers with white ribbon and teddy bears. Rolled washcloths, baby lotion and baby wash were placed throughout the layers. Place baby doll on top. This was my first diaper cake and I am pleased with the way it turned out.

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    Patsy M. from Anniston, Alabama

    Diaper cake for my first grandchild, saw pictures of diaper cakes on line and had to make one. They are so cute it was a big hit. I just wrapped the diapers using a cardboard tube for the inside and tied ribbons around the diapers. It was easier than I thought it would be.

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    Patricia C. from Redmond, Washington

    The centerpiece of the cake topper and our clients always drive us to make the most unique diaper cakes that offer excitement and enjoyment to our Baby Showers. Simple but exciting! Attach diapers with rubber bands, coordinate matching ribbons and finish it off with unique attachments. We believe our cakes stay with the Mom-to-Be as permanent fixtures in their Baby's Room.

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    Kathy W. from Omaha, Nebraska

    Using directions on your website on how to create a diaper cake, we made one for my daughter's baby shower in February. My daughter collects Pocket Dragons so we used them to decorate the cake along with the bright colors planned for the nursery. Pocket Dragons are hard to find now that the artist has retired but, we found lots on eBay.





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    Doll cake submitted to cake gallery by:

    LouAnn B. from East Millsboro, Pennsylvania

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    Angie S. from Lake Worth, FL

    I have attached some diaper cake images. I am a relatively new internet based company and need to get the word out. I love your site. I've used it so many times....to plan my daughter's three baby showers. I made a diaper cake for her at her shower and then got so many compliments on it so I decided to open a business doing these. I also do wreaths and lollipop bouquets (out of washcloths). My website is www.TheDiaperBaker.com. Absolutely! I would love for you to credit me these pictures. I hope you like them....

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    Doll diaper cake submitted to cake gallery by:

    Artemisia B. from Culver City, California

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    This is my first Diaper Cake. Thanks to all of you! for the beautiful ideas.

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    Gloria S. from Cambridge, MA

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    This is my first diaper cake I made with a friend of mines. I did a lot of research on how to make a diaper cake and it turned pretty good. I made this diaper cake for my youngest daughter's baby shower her first child who is a boy. Everyone at the shower loved it. I have received two orders since the shower 9-6-08. I am very pleased with the outcome.

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    Gloria S. from Cambridge, MA

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    I made this diaper cake for my cousin's baby shower. This is the fourth diaper cake I have made. The very first one I did was for my daughter's shower last October. So, I just wanted to share this one which I did a little different and my cousin loved it so much.

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    Febe L. from Atlanta, Georgia

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    I followed the exact instructions on how to assemble the diaper cake on youtube and then added my own special theme-doll, ribbons, flowers, lace, and bear picks. My baby shower theme was "Spring Sprouting Baby" however I wanted my diaper cake to have more of a baby look with just a little bit of flowers to keep the theme going. For that Extra Special touch the Precious Moment doll on top recited a brief prayer every time you squeezed its tummy! I heard that little doll praying quite a bit throughout the party. It was such a hit that I had a few requests from guests to assemble diapers cakes for future parties!

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    Carla K. from Glendale, Arizona

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    Sandra R. from Ottawa, Ontario Canada

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    I loved your ideas & photos about Diaper cakes. I had never seen one before and as I am going to be a Grandma twice this year, decided to try making two.

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    Doll diaper cake submitted to cake gallery by:

    Kelly T. from Halls, TN

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    Ingredients:
    72 Newborn Pampers Swaddlers
    3 different size ribbon
    Rubber bands
    curling ribbon
    ribbon shreds
    Rattle
    8 oz bottle
    Diaper Rash Cream
    Wooden Dowels
    Scrapbook Stickers

    I began by rolling diapers & securing each one with a rubber band. I then arranged them around a the bottle & secured with another rubber band. I also tied curling ribbon around each "layer" to make it tighter. I added the diaper rash ointment for the 3rd layer. I probably should have used a 4 oz bottle in hindsight. :-) Anyway, to make it even more secure I inserted 4 small wooden dowels. The cute little rattle on top is a great little item I ordered from babyshowerstuff.com. I used the ribbon shreds around the edge of each layer. And I used scrapbook stickers for the name & decorations. I think it turned out perfect!!! And I can't wait to make another one!

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    Tonya B. from Texarkana, AR

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    This diaper cake was made for a very special lady expecting her first baby. The nursery was 'outfitted' in brown/pink zebra print...so we ran with the colors for the baby shower. The 6 layer cake was a huge hit...and an even bigger surprise.
    Steps:
    1. Cut baseboard out of poster board and cover with brown straw place mat. Lightly baste ruffle around edge of place mat.
    2. Because this was such a large cake I used the base of a plastic birdbath to hold everything in place. It was hot glued to the center of the mat.
    3. Roll diapers and band with small rubber bands. (I prefer to use the tiny plastic bands used for fine hair braiding.)
    4. Place a large rubber band at bottom of birdbath (or other item you may use) and tuck in diaper rolls until it is the size layer you want.
    5. Place another rubber band a bit higher on the stand and repeat step four until you have reached the top.
    6. Layers are wrapped with various receiving blankets, burp cloths, etc.
    7. Paper shred is tucked between each layer.
    8. On top layer baste lace to resemble icing.
    9. Pin doll in top layer.

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    Doll diaper cake submitted to cake gallery by:

    Pamela B. from Gig Harbor, Washington

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    I made this diaper cake for my daughter after looking at your site last year. Now my daughter is making one for a friend of hers and I referred her to your site for ideas. She suggested that I post a picture of the one I made for her.

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    Doll diaper cake submitted to cake gallery by:

    Joy F. from Jasper,Ga

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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 this cake for my first grandchild - a little girl!

    Was there a theme or style you followed? I started with pink and green polka dot ribbon, then found a doll, letters, and other items with the polka dot theme.

    How many diapers did you use in your cake? I used 83 (size 2) little snugglers diapers.

    What were the ingredients? I placed baby washclothes, held by baby bracelets, pink shoes,socks, a rattle, doll,and bath products on the cake.

    How did you make it? Since this was my first diaper cake, I watched many videos and looked at numerous pictures on the Internet. I used an almost empty paper towel holder for the middle, small and large rubber bands, and twine to hold the layers together. I chose the diaper rolling method and used Huggies Swaddlers, which are very soft and clothlike. For the base, I covered a hat box top with green ribbon and glued pink buttons on it.

    Anything else you would like to share with us about your diaper cake or the occasion? This was very special, because it was for my first grandchild, and after having two boys, it was really fun to find "pink" things! This was so much fun to make, and I am already planning to make one for a relative's baby shower. It looked great at the shower and I enjoyed making it for my first grandchild - a girl!!

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    Tiffany from Markham, Tx

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    Tell us about your diaper cake! We would love to hear all about it... My 10 year old daughter helped me make this cake. Who did you make it for? My nephew and his girlfriend. Was there a theme or style you followed? No particular style or theme How many diapers did you use in your cake? I used 50 diapers in the cake. What were the ingredients? Rubber duck, baby doll, 12 washcloths, 3 pair of socks, 4 pacifiers, 2 small bottles, 1 largr bottle, a baby blanket Anything else you would like to share with us about your diaper cake or the occasion? It cost about $20 to make this cake.

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