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Girl Diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Darlene H. from Conneaut, Ohio

 

I saw a diaper cake on the internet and fell in love with the idea of it. My daughter is pregnant and we were having a baby shower for her. I decided to try my hand at making a diaper cake. This cake turned out beautiful and was so talked about at the shower I just wanted to share it. I packed this cake full...(of course I did its for my first grand daughter...lol) there was no room left on it. My daughter loved it, she didn't want to take it apart. One thing I did do that I have not seen yet was use hair ties instead of rubber bands. The were just the little ones and my thinking was my daughter could use these for the babies hair also instead of rubber bands that she would probably throw away. This made the diaper cake totally usable for my daughter. I enjoyed making this cake so much I have recently made another for my cousin.

 

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Kelly U. from Grand Island, New York

 

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This diaper cake took some time as I made it while my infant daughter slept. This was my first, but I would like to make some more. She is having a girl, and I thought the tulle made a nice statement, as her theme is very frilly.

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Mary T. from Queen Creek, Arizona

 

Here is a diaper cake I made for my sister-in-law. It was filled with hidden gifts.

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Judy H. from Jacksonville, Florida

 

 

This is my first diaper cake. It was so much fun to make, and it was a big hit at my niece's shower. I used MANY diapers, small baby animals, flowers and ribbon. The top was a cute pink poodle.
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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Regi R. from Kenya

 

 

I made this diaper-cake for my sister-in-law. I was totally blank as to what to get her until I came across this website and realized, from all the inspired creations shared by other people - I could make one too! I can hardly wait to see the look on the ladies at the shower tomorrow. I'm so excited!
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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Elizabeth G. from Cobbtown, Georgia

 

 

Here is the first diaper cake I have ever made. It took about 30 minutes or so. I may eventually add a couple other items. I'm pretty happy on how it turned out. Ingredients:
44 Luvs diapers for the 1st layer
24 Luvs diapers for the 2nd layer 8 Luvs diapers for the 3rd layer
(all rolled up with clear tape) 1 8oz. Huggies Baby Lotion
1 8oz. Johnson's Baby Oil
3 Receiving Blankets - FROSTING
Addt'l Items to Fill-in.

The lotion and baby oil in center hold together the tiers of cake. 3 flowered receiving blankets to give "frosted" cake look. I wrapped layers of diapers with receiving blankets, tied 2.5" wire ribbon around 1st & 2nd Layer and made a bow. I tucked in Johnson's Baby Shampoo 1.5oz., Head-to-toe Baby Wash 1oz., 2 Johnson's Baby Lotions 1oz., Johnson's Baby Powder 1.5oz., Desitin Sample Cream, Johnson's Soothing Sample Lotion, Johnson's Head-to-toe 15oz. Baby Wash, 8 Wash Cloths, Teething Keys & Ring. Topped with 8 more Wash Cloths & Cleaning Buddy tied with a pink ribbon. Place "cake" on a silver cake platter. Finally wrapped it in cellophane and pink curling ribbon.

 

 

 

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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Irene from The United States

 

 

Ingredients:
2 Bottles (8oz on the bottom, 4oz on the top)
5 pack of baby bibs
80 pack of Target brand diapers
various party favors and decorations

This was for my sister's baby shower. She had already received a lot of the necessities for baby...lotions, teething rings etc. So I decided I wanted a cake that was a little less themed with so much baby stuff and wanted something that looked a little more like an actual cake. I placed bibs on the bottom of my platter and centered the diapers around bottles. The "cake topper" is actually an ink pen that says "It's a girl", my sister used the pen at work. Everything else was just to be pretty. It all cost about 25 dollars!

 

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Stephanie H. from Mission, Kansas

 

 

To make this diaper cake, I rolled up disposable diapers, used rubber bands to keep them together and around an empty paper towel roll. Put on a cake round, decorated that. On top, used onesies, folded over, then secured with ribbon. Diaper cream sits inside. The other layers were decorated with different ribbons.

 

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Melissa L. from Redwood City, California

 

 

I have created a couple of diaper cakes. This one I made for my director who is having a girl. I have done different research and added my own touch to these cakes. Enjoy. I hope to get to see these cakes on the website. It was great fun to create these cakes.

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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Keonna B. from Antioch, California

 

 

About 15-20 diapers is needed to make this cake. You will also need 1 hat, 1 onesie( It can say whatever you'd like), 1 pair of booties, matching ribbon of your choice and flowers.

 

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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Shannon from The United States

 

 

I came on this website to learn how to make a diaper cake and this is what I came up with. I think its so cute I want one for myself!

 

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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Kristine S. from Vancover, Canada

 

I used to take diaper cakes to baby showers as my present to the new mom and baby. Thanks to the great reviews and a little prodding from my recipients, I am now in the process of converting this hobby into a business. I have a website and would like to share a picture of my diaper cakes with you. If anyone wants to find my business, its at www.babynappycakes.com. Thanks!

 

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Stacy F. from Greenville, South Carolina

 

 

 

 

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Melissa P. from Early, Texas

 

 

I started by covering a 16 inch cake circle with pink tissue paper. Then rolled the diapers and secured them with rubber bands. Next I created each layer and added the teddy bear ribbon to cover the rubber bands. Then added a sheer pink ribbon around the top of each layer along with a sparkly purple bow on top. Used a very small dab of hot glue to attach the socks and small pink ribbon tied to dowel rods to add the various baby items.

 

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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Deborah B. from Faro, Portugal

 

 

Now I have started I can't stop and each experiment is a new delight. I am selling them out of a local shop and so far I think it is costing me money. LOL!

 

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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Angie E. from SC, United States

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This diaper cake was made for a friends daughter's first baby girl. I used approximately 100 premium disposable diapers, each rolled and secured with rubber bands. I used a 10" cardboard cake board as the base of the second tier. Once preparing my second tier of diapers, I place on the cake board making sure to leave about 2 1/2" in exposed board around the tier. I sprayed the exposed board with sticky spray and topped with pink and white shredded paper. I did the same for the top tier, only using an 8" cake board. Used a pink teddy bear and pink daisy as a topper. I wrapped the top and bottom layers with a pink satin bow with pink and polka dot bow inset. The middle layer with the same pink sating bow with an "it's a girl" bow inset. I then hot glued small novelty item, i.e. pink plastic pacifiers, tiny rocking horses, pink daisies, and trial sized baby wash, lotions, and shampoos.

 

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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Ashton M. from Woodleaf, North Carolina

 

 

I made this diaper cake for my sister-in-law, this is her first baby and I wanted to do something special. This was mine and my mother's first time making a diaper cake and I really enjoyed making it with her. We used about 110 diapers with two 9oz bottles in the center. I used silk flowers to dress it up and paper confetti to blend it all together and topped it off with a ballet shoe (which is the theme for the nursery).

 

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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Angie S. from Lake Worth, FL

 

 

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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Jessica G. from Washington

 

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This cake I just finished for a friend due on 8-8-08. The ingredients are:

35 sz 1, and 95 sz 2 Pampers Swaddlers
6 pairs of sock roses
14 washcloths
stuffed doll
musical stuffed bugbaby's first Christmas ornament
1 small and 1 large Soothie bottle
2 pacifiers
a pair of ballet slippers
2 pairs of booties
2 dresses
2 sleepers
2 outfits
5 bibs
2 teethers
2 headbands
2 spoon and fork sets
cucumber melon baby wash and lotion
travel baby powder
travel baby lotion
silk roses
50 ft of ribbon and a lot of patience!!!!!

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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Amber E. from Troutdale, Oregon

 

I made this cake for my husband's cousin... We knew she was having a girl and it is my first girl cake I have made. I think it turnes out pretty cute. It is only about 14 inches tall.. It had to be portable for a looooong trip.

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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Aileen W. from Tampa, Florida

 


I made a baby girl diaper cake with stuffed animal rattles, rolled up onesies, baby bottles in the center to hold each tier together and pacifiers pinned by baby pins. This was my first diaper cake and enjoyed adding and adding to it. Now my other friend is having a boy, can't wait to see what the next one will look like.

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Regina G. from Birmingham, Alabama

 


This was my first diaper cake I made and when I took it to the baby shower as a gift for the mom to be it had so much attention they took it and used it as a center piece, when I left the shower I had an order for 6 diaper cakes.

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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Kalliopi. from Athens, Greece

 

Congratulations on your website! It is a source of inspiration to every creative mom ;-) Although baby showers and diaper cakes are not so common here in Greece, I have starred creating a few diaper cakes for some friends of mine and I would like to share some photos with you. The first one was created with disposable diapers and various toys and embelishments. The last two are ecofriendly, created with biodegradable diapers, organic clothing and accesories. You can visit my blog http://popelix.blogspot.com and select the keyword diaper cakes.

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Melissa S. from Monroe, Ohio

 

I just wanted to show some of my diaper masterpieces.Thanks! www.diapercakedesigns.com

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Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

Melissa S. from Monroe, Ohio

 

I just wanted to show some of my diaper masterpieces.Thanks! www.diapercakedesigns.com

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Carly from Ohio

 

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Ashton F. from Jacksonville, Florida

 

I wrapped the diapers around small, medium, and large round containers using a rubber band for each layer. Then I attached the ribbon in the center of the diapers, over the rubber band using sewing needles. I then cut bendable ribbon and have pieces going down each side of the cake from the top. Each piece of ribbon is bent to look wavy. Finally, I used a small stuffed animal as the topper. The stuffed animal had a bow tied around it.

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Tina P. from Denison, Texas

 

My son and daughter in law are expecting their first baby in July. The want her theme to be John Deere (which is brown and pink). I made her a no-sew blanket that said Girls drive tractors too. and it had a brown john deere tractor on it. I went with the brown and pink theme for the cake (which was made with the boutique style design) I have noticed many people add TOO much items and make the cake loose it's appearance of an actual cake. I went to the store and purchased several small baby girl items and sparingly placed them on the cake. I bought the items seperate for the cake topper and put it together, again, with the pink and brown theme. The white ribbon on the topper says "its a girl" in brown and also says "its a girl" in pink. I then decided to add the brown shredded paper to give the cake an "icing" effect. Which turned out (very pleasant surprise) to resemble coconut! I am a nurse, so of course I had to get my first grand-daughter some clog s (shoes on cake) and add them to the cake as well. I used hot glue to hold everything in place (except for the sleeping baby on side) the pillow her head is on was carefully tucked under the second layer of diapers there are also some small items tied by rippon and then tied onto the ribbon holding diapers together (this is so they can be moved around to suit the creator). I hope everyone enjoys the picture and hope it does the cake justice. As this was my first diaper cake I have attempted to make. And to my surprise I was pleased with it. I just hope my Son and Daughter-in-law are as well.

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Marcy G. from Tallahassee, Florida

 

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Kelly B. from Florida

 

This was my first ever attempt at making a diaper cake. My sister was pregnant and I wanted to do something special. I love the cake, not bad for a first timer. My sister loves it so much she won't take it apart.

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Madeline M. from Brooklyn, New York

 

I did this cake for my sister in laws shower. 1.is a diaper cake 2. is a diaper bad filled 3. is a high chair in the box created to look like a block

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Kathleen D. from Torrington, CT

 

5 Tier Diaper Cake...

  • Base made from Painting canvas, which I lightly painted/sponged w/grape juice for a pink tint with a sponge print design. I then Blew it dry w/ a hair dryer.
  • 64 Size 1 Diapers
  • Core is Huggies refill bag of baby wipes
  • 2 rubber bands per rolled diaper
  • I made one layer for the first tier then used a larger elastic to band all around the baby wipe bag. The second tier was the same as first (babywipe bag still sticking up from first tier as an existing core. Third tier was made using a Large Pillar white candle (for Mom)as the core suport. Then wrap diapers around candle.Use Larger elastic again to hold together. Follow same directions for Fourth Tier still using candle as center support. Fifth Tier you will use a medium stuffed animal.. in this case a "Glow-Worm" as the center core support.. placed Cheerleader shirt over the Glow-Worm and stuffed the front with two rolled diaper horizontally and also two horizontal diaper in the back.

    Pom-Pom Balls were made from Household Duster stick broke down by colors and elastic placed @ base to hold together. Pom-Pom sticks were made w/ wooden stick stirers as pom-pom sticks.. held together w/ elastics and attached @ one side to the base of the pom-pom w/ another elastic. place stick of pom-pom in one arm hole of shirt and do the same w/ other side arm hole.. Hair tie Bow from cheerleading outfit was placed on the 4th Tier Center rolled diaper. Using streamers and ribbon to wrap around each tier to cover the Elastic bands which secure each teir layer together. White ribbon made into curlie ribbons were draped from top to bottom for a nice effect.. Shoes were taped to base on each side of cake, also a Box of Kleenex was placed to the back Right corner taped to the base and a shower scrubbie ball was placed on the back Left corner. (Kleenex and Bath scrubbie ball are for the new mother).

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    Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

    Geri A. from Yuma, AZ

     

    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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    Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

    Geri A. from Yuma, AZ

     

    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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    Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

    Andrea from Justice, IL

     

    Pink Passion- instead of receiving blankets- I used easil and low cost scrapbooking paper, cut to size and held together with clear scotch tape. All together it cost be about 30 to make total..including the onsies, wash towels and socks-Dollar tree can be a great friend!

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    Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

    Lisa from NSW, Austraila

     

    Hi my name is Lisa from NSW in Australia and this is my first attempt at a nappy cake! Thanks to your website for some great ideas and tips. I love the fact that you can cater your cake to your budget. I used both disposable and cloth nappies as I am not sure which the mummy will be using and I didn't want to ruin the surprise by asking! It turned out well as the disposable nappies are shorter so it gave a lot of room to hide the gifts in between layers.

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    Alejandra O. from El Centro, California

     

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    Shana W. from Charlotte,NC

     

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    Tell us about your diaper cake! We would love to hear all about.
    I enjoyed making it and being creative this was my first diaper cake!!!

    Who did you make it for? My Sister In Law.

    Was there a theme or style you followed? No. I just let my creativity take me where ever...lol

    How many diapers did you use in your cake? I bought 48 size 1 and 96 size 2 but I had some left I would say I used about 100 diapers.

    What were the ingredients? I used diapers, tape, pacifiers, decor baby feet, colorful paper shreds, johnson baby products, ribbons, rubberbands, hot glue gun, carboard, paper roll etc.

    How did you make it? I used cake pans and lined the diapers going in a swirl. Then I rolled the top layer up with rubberbands.

    Anything else you would like to share with us about your diaper cake or the occasion? I enjoyed making the diaper cake lots of fun!

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    Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

    Kim from Englewood Fl

     

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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 a girlfriend of mine.

    Was there a theme or style you followed? Nope...I just basically made it for a girl.

    How many diapers did you use in your cake? I used over 100 diapers.

    What were the ingredients? Tlc

    How did you make it? A lot of floss

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    Tammy W. from Warwick R.I.

     

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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 for my daughter.

    Was there a theme or style you followed? The colors were pink and brown and polka dots.

    How many diapers did you use in your cake? I used 75 diapers in this diaper cake.

    What were the ingredients? I used 75 size 1 diapers, 3 receiving blankets, a blanket, washcloths, socks made into flowers, ribbon, Precious Moments mother and baby, elastic headbands and baby shoes.

    How did you make it? I wrapped 35 diapers separately in cello bags for the bottom layer, 25 for the second layer, 15 for the third layer and 10 for the fourth layer. I then covered the the layers with a different color receiving blanket. I placed the cake on a round piece of cardboard that I covered with the blanket. Then each layer I added a different ribbon and the top layer I put a ninvitation card on it. Around the bottom I place roses made out of socks and decorated the cake with pearls and ribbon. In the front of the cake is the invitation that was given to the mother.

    Anything else you would like to share with us about your diaper cake or the occasion? I wrap the diapers in cello goodie bags so that the diapers stay clean when the cake is taken apart.

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    Sarah S. from The United States

     

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

    I made this cake for my niece Katie's shower. I ended up with LOTS of pink because it was hard to match the baby socks to the baby washcloths that were used in the diaper babies. All I could find was pink, so I went with it!

    There are 49 diapers in the cake and 6 in the babies. I also used 3 pairs of infant socks, six washcloths, one newborn headband, and 6 baby head bows.

    The diaper baby instructions are on Pinterest. I added the bows and made some babies sleeping (drew on the eyes) and others peeping out (glue dots to attach the eyes to the diaper). There's a foam cone in the center of the cake for stability.

    I have been making diaper cakes for about 3 years, but this one is my favorite!

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    Arma C. from Westlake,La. USA

     

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    Yvonne C. from San Antonio, Tx.

     

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

    Who did you make it for? niece

    Was there a theme or style you followed? cupcakes (chocolate and pink)

    How many diapers did you use in your cake?52 diapers

    What were the ingredients?chocolate polka dot ribbon, pink bows, chocolate tulle, pink ribbon and musical pink giraffe, on the back of the cake and giraffe is a pink bib w/ chocolate cupcakes all over it to tie in the cupcake theme of her shower.

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    Girl diaper cakes submitted to cake gallery by:

    Cynthia G. from Fayetteville, GA.

     

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    There were 184 total diapers used on both cakes. I made the cakes for a coworkers baby shower. It was a great centerpiece and addition to the decorations.

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    Donnamarie G. from West Deptford, New Jersey

     

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    I made this diaper cake for a friend who wanted to take a diaper cake as a gift to a baby shower. I get many requests to make diaper cakes these days. I get many of my ideas from your website "Creative Baby Shower Ideas" (love it by the way).

    I also wanted to share with others as they have shared with us. The baby shower was for a girl. I made the diaper cake 4 tiers using 90 diapers size 2, see the end of paragraph for how the diapers are divided between the tiers. My tiers are held together by 4 wooden dowels, I prefer this because it makes my diaper cakes more stable. The dowels are placed on opposite sides pushing them gently in between the diapers making sure not to puncture or rip the diapers while pushing them down. Use two in the bottom two tiers and two in the top two tiers. I used a large bow as a topper, decorated with some ribbon and a few lollipops.

    Bottom tier has 38 diapers
    Third tier has 25 diapers
    Second tier has 17 diapers
    Top tier has 10 diapers
    I hope it inspires someone as others here have inspired me!

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    Stacie I. from Augusta, GA

     

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    Diaper cake for girl. I used 18 diapers in this cake.

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