It’s shower time again! Which means diaper cake galore. I love making diaper cakes for showers. They’re not only a great gift, but a welcome addition to the shower decor. I normally call the person hosting the shower and ask if I can make a small diaper cake to help out. The hostesses and the lady of honor all appreciate it. This particular shower was Little Gentleman themed, so I made a bowtie cake! Here’s my diaper cake how-to.
This particular shower needed a small diaper cake for the dessert table. So instead of using a champagne bottle as the center (too big) I used a Diaper Genie refill pack. There’s a number of reasons for this. 1. It’s useful. Have you ever run out of diaper pail liners? The worst! 2. It’s the perfect size for a small diaper cake 3. Diaper Genie now has Mommy Time Rewards. Every time you buy or register for Diaper Genie products, you get rewards points. By purchasing this, I get points, as well as the mommy-to-be who registered for them. Double whammy! And the rewards are geared towards pampering mom. Stores like Sephora and Zappos are part of the program.
- Diaper Genie Refill Pack
- 22 Size 1 Diapers
- Fun Cut Outs
- 22 Small Rubber Bands
- 2 Large Rubber Bands
1. To begin your diaper cake, roll each diaper up individually, then wrap with a rubber band to hold in place. Do this for all 22 diapers.
3. For the second layer, use the second large rubber band to hold the remaining diaper together. Place inside the first layer.
4. Tape the toothpicks to the cut outs. Then place the cut outs as you wish on the diaper cake. Have fun with it!