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Princess Diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Keonna B. from Antioch, California

 

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This cake has about 25-35 diapers in it.One Gold Crown dressed with silk red roses. I like this one because you can change up the color if its a boy or a girl because the crown has different colored jewels.

 

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Diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Valerie M. from Scarborough, Ontario Canada

 

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This is a diaper cake that I made for my cousin's shower.

 

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Lisa L. from Brooklyn, New York

 

 

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Diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Kara V. from Chattanooga , Tennessee

 

 

I used 132 Pampers Swaddlers in size 1 to make this diaper cake. I started by rolling the diapers in a "jellyroll" fashion and secured them around the center with a rubber band. I then cut 3 different sized circular tiers out of cardboard. I glued the lace trim around the edge of each tier by hand. I laid a burp cloth on the bottom tier and then added the diapers in a circle until full. I secured the diapers together with another rubber band. I folded the burp cloth up and over and then started my next tier. I completed these steps again for the next 2 tiers. On the top I placed the teddy bear and pinned her in place using straight pens. I then added all the travel size baby bath items and attached the pacifier holder to the top tier. To cover the rubber band I added wide satin ribbon and wrapped it around each tier in the center. I secured it in the back with pink mini clothespins. I put the small silk roses in between the diapers in various spots with floral wire. I attached pink "It's A Girl" ribbon at the top and weaved it in between the satin ribbon down each side of the cake. Finally I secured everything together with straight pens and VOILA!! You have a Pretty In Pink diaper cake fit for a little princess!

 

 

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Diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Michelle A. from East Hampton, Connecticut

 

 

This fairy tale princess diaper cake was made with 100 Premium Diapers ~ Size 1, a fleece blanket 30" x 30", an embroidered waterproof bib that says,"Grandma Loves Me", and a fairy tale photo frame ~ Fits 2 x 2 photo.

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Ranette D. from Wichita Falls, Texas

 

 

This is the first ever diaper cake that my best friend and I did. It was for my sisters baby shower and we thought we would share it with those that are thinking of making one.

 

 

 

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Wendy W. from Howard City, Michigan

 

 

These diapers are candle rolled, secured around a central support system and then decorated with princess baby girl accessories.

 

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Loretta R. from Cowpens, South Carolina

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This is a princess diaper cake that I made for a friend. Hope the people enjoy it.

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Tammy H. from British Columbia, Canada

 

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LET THE FUN BEGIN!!!!

SUPPLIES NEEDED:

"princess" ribbon (different ones)
(2) Foam Tiara (found at craft store)
Hot Glue Gun
Pink transparent wrapping paper
pink ribbon
cotton balls
Mini cloths pins (craft store)
2 - sided tape

BABY ITEMS NEEDED:

Baby lotions
Booties
Wrist Rattles
Wash cloths
Burp Pad
Princess Bib
Travel size baby oil
Travel size baby shampoo
Travel size baby powder Penaten Cream
Sleeper
Hooded Towel
Princess socks
Pink scratch mitts
(2) infant spoons

CHOCOLATE BAR: 100g Chocolate Bar

DECORATE:

(this was my first cake... after this I then attached the hooded towel to the second tier rather then folding it in the back)
2) use "Princess" ribbon around the second tier
3) each item Baby oil, powder, shampoo use a different princess ribbon measure around each, cut leaving enough to glue with hot glue gun to the ribbon wrapped around the tier.
4) using the mini cloth pins attach scratch mitts and socks to top tier.
5) between cake and foam tiara there is enough room to place items such as the baby lotions.
6) tuck wrist rattles into plush blankets, also tuck the princess bib (in front of bottom tier - eye catching)

LOLLIPOP

take (2) pink wash cloth, fold it so that it no wider then 1"
2) take 2 cotton balls place at the end of one wash cloth and roll.
3) take the rolled wash cloth and roll it again in the second folded wash cloth.
4) Hold on to it, take spoon, hold spoon behind roll, take small elastics (6) and secure wash cloth to spoon.
5) cut a triangle out of pink transparent paper.
6)place washcloths down(spoon back facing up at you) wrap paper around the bottom of the washcloth roll.
7) secure with elastic, cut PINK ribbon, tie it around and make curls

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Angie F. from Eagle Mountain

 

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Nicole Y. 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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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Carrie A. from Lumberton, Texas

 

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This is my first two Diaper cakes. I had so much fun making it. You can see more of my stuff at www.allofcarriescreations.com

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Amber E. from Troutdale, Oregon

 

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I first rolled all the size 2 diapers and secured them with rubber bands. Then I took a rectangle box and secured it to the middle of my blue painted cardboard ( a castle must have a moat..lol). I then started to place diapers and wrap them around the box until I got my shape. I then secured it with a large rubber band.

I made the 2 bottom rows the same size and then added the three top layers later( which are removable). The 3 top layers including the tower on top are all attached to the lid of the box so it could be removed as one piece to reveal all the goodies inside.

The only diapers on this that can not be used are the bottom three of each tower attached to the blue cardboard. They are hot glued for security measures. The towers are made up of three levels of 3 diapers wrapped around a dowel, then wrapped with brown ribbon. I then took paper I got from a scrapbook store (which took me an hour to decide on :0) ) to make the tower rooves.. I made the flags out of the same paper. I had the diaper wipes container made to order along with the butterflies. I added "sock" flowers for decoration and they are attached to baby spoons for security.

I REALLY had a great time making this one. It was actually much bigger when I started and had to downsize to 150 diapers. I really think the pink and brown ribbons I picked worked out well. I made this one for a coworker at my school. It was the hit of the baby shower... Making these brings me such joy. It is I think my only real creative bone in my body... :0)

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Danielle T. from Citrus Heights, California

 

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Here is my last minute princess diaper cake. The two top tiers were size 1 diapers and the two bottom tiers are size 5. I went to the Dollar Tree and got all the princess decor, wands, tiara, princess heart. I got the ribbon from Michaels and the little mini clothes pins from michaels as well. I used translucent filler at the top and bottom of the cake.

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Amanda B. from BC, Canada

 

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My 2nd diaper cake. This castle was for a boy. There is a box as in the first layer that is filled full of baby supplies that the parents will need for baby. i used wooden dowels for the towers surrounding the castle. approx 220 diapers.

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Dee from Port Richey, Florida

 

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My name is Dee from Port Richey, FL.. I make diaper cakes on the side as a small business. My website is www.deesdiaperdeesigns.blogspot.com and my email address is deesdiaperdeesigsn@yahoo.com

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Dee from Port Richey, Florida

 

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My name is Dee from Port Richey, FL.. I make diaper cakes on the side as a small business. My website is www.deesdiaperdeesigns.blogspot.com and my email address is deesdiaperdeesigsn@yahoo.com

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Janeth N. from West Palm Beach, Florida

 

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I want to thank you for the inspiration and ideas that I used from this wonderful web-site for my daughter's baby shower last week. I made two diaper cakes and a wreath.

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Jen H. from Burbonnais, IL

 

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I came up with this for my cousin who is having triplet girls.

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Ashley R. from York, PA

 

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First I took diapers and wrapped them around a large box to make the base.(I did not roll any of the diapers because I feel that it makes the diapers harder to use in the long run) I then wrapped diapers around an empty shoe box for the next tier, and then wrapped them around a wipe container for the tier on top of that. The top tier is just a roll of diapers. The 4 towers each consist of 3 levels of rolled diapers supported by a dowel rod. The roof I made out of a thick pink craft paper. After all the diapers were wrapped I wrapped each level of diapers in gray tool to give it the color of a stone castle. I then wrapped each row with ribbon. I hand crafted the center bow with wired pink sheer ribbon. The top 3 tiers of the tower are all secured together and are attached to a lid for the box I used to make the base. I made handles for the lid so that it would be easy to remove. In the base box I placed other gifts for the mommy to be, such as lotion , baby wash, extra diapers etc. For the display table I placed poly fiber fill on top of the table and placed white lights all around...I then topped the lights and poly fill with a large piece of white tool, giving it the illusion that the castle was in the clouds. I then arranged the candle favors that I made all around the table for people to take as they left. This castle was a huge hit and was so much fun to make!!

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Amy M. from Guelph,Ontario Canada

 

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This is a picture of my diaper cake castle!

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Mayen T. from Winnipeg, MB Canada

 

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Its a 4 tier diaper cake..almost 4 feet tall!

I made this diaper cake for my friend's baby shower. My theme was Hello Kitty and I wanted it to look like a castle. I used 168 size 3 Huggies Snug and dry. For the bottom layer I used a photo memory box from Michaels and for the towers I used those noodle things for the pool. I used gift wrap for wrapping them and I used party hats and serviettes for decoration. I also used hello kitty beanie babies.I covered each tier with tissue paper and decorated each layer with Hello kitty playing cards. I used it to cover the outside ring for each cake. I used lollipop sticks and some foam stars for the toppers. I used the fan method for the inside of the diapers for each layer and the row outside of each tier are rolled diapers.!

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Princess diaper cake submitted to diaper cake recipe gallery by:

Joann J. from Houston, Texas

 

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