- 1 cardboard paper towel tube
- 1 box of diapers
- Ribbon, preferably in 1/2" width and 1" inch width
- Double stick tape
- Cake topper of your choice
- Any other decorations of your choice
1. Roll individual diapers from bottom to top and secure with a rubber band.
2. Begin to surround the rolled diapers around the cardboard paper towel tube. Secure each layer with a rubberband. I like to secure at least 4 layers of diapers around the cardboard paper towel tube for the base of my diaper cake.
3. Continue steps 1 and 2 to make additional tiers until you've achieved your desired look.
4. Use the ribbon to decorate and conceal the rubberbands.
5. Add a cake topper and secure with a wider ribbon.
Congratulations Ted and Carol!
|Beautiful mother of two, Mrs. Esther Shin, informed me to choose "Huggies, all the way!|
|You'll need A LOT of rubberbands in all sorts of sizes.|
|Be sure to save your empty cardboard paper towel tubes!|
|Take one diaper.|
|Roll from bottom to top.|
|Make sure to roll the diaper pretty tightly.|
|Secure with a rubberband.|
|Stand up your paper towel tube.|
|With a larger rubber band and one diaper roll, begin to form your base.|
|Secure with a larger rubberband once the diapers encircle the tube.|
|Repeat the steps until you've formed your base.|
|I like to try to keep all the rubberbands in the center of the rolled diaper.|
|Repeat steps to create an outer layer.|
|I like to have 4 layers encircling the tube to form the base of my diaper cake.|
|Repeat the same steps for the second tier.|
|Repeat the same steps for the third tier.|
|Use ribbon to conceal the rubberbands and decorate the cake.|
|Add a cake topper.|
|The finished product.|
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