Get your inspiration for unique girl diaper cakes! Wait, it's not just traditional cakes but diaper animals, diaper babies, diaper bouquets, nappy gift boxes and more. See the best ideas for diaper cakes and diaper gifts for newborn baby girls.
Diaper cakes are a popular homemade baby gift and they make a great centerpiece at baby shower parties. Browse this page, choose your favorite theme and then start your diaper cake project!
The cakes shown here have different levels in terms of creativity and "fastness". A very quick diaper cake would be the diaper baby box featured at the bottom of this page.
Step 1 - How to make a pampers cake for a girl: follow my instructions for this plain 3-tier diaper cake. Leave away the cotton swabs and choose a pink, purple or red ribbon or any other girl color going well with the rest of your decorating items.
Step 2 - Suitable for decorating is 'everything girlie' such as baby items with
* glitter and gliz,
Also everything rose, pink, creme, red and baby items with a popular girl theme such as
* Barbie - for a Barbie Diaper Cake,
* Hello Kitty - for a Hello Kitty Diaper Cake,
* Disney Princess - for a Princess Diaper Cake,
* Disney Fairies - for a Fairy Diaper Cake,
* Dora The Explorer - for a Dora Diaper Cake,
* Strawberry Shortcake - for a Strawberry Shortcake Diaper Cake,
* My Little Pony - for a Pony Diaper Cake,
* Minnie Mouse - for a Mouse Diaper Cake,
* Polly Pocket - for a Doll Diaper Cake, etc.
You can find lots of cute things at Party Supplies Stores to decorate your baby girl pampers cake with: cocktail umbrellas, garlands, little flags, mini candles, etc. Baby Shower Party Supplies also are a great source for your cake's decoration. They usually have cute baby girl patterns and designs, and items such as 'It's a girl' banners and signs, crepe streamers (instead of ribbon), baby cut-outs, etc.
Popular items to fix to girl diaper cakes are for example baby girl onesies, girl pacifiers, girl socks or booties, pink baby plush toys and so on. Here are lots of ideas of what to attach to a diaper cake and how to best fix it - just always use the girl version respectively pink and pale colors for a beautiful outcome.
Shop girly accessories and items to include into your girly diaper cake: things like daisy flower hairclips or rose flower hairclips are really cute and easy to clip to a diaper cake.
Baby Mary Janes or girly baby booties are great to put on top of your cake.
Take individual diapers off your cake and insert rolled up onesies or bibs instead. Attach girly pacifiers with a ribbon or use a pink baby feeding spoon to fix them.
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This pink and bordeaux diaper cake for baby girl Ruby includes a cat wrist rattle and a mouse rattle on top, a pink bottle brush, body lotion for mommy, baby wash, a pacifier, baby socks, baby spoons and some chocolate truffles (wrapped in shiny pink paper).
This baby girl diaper cake features a Haba pacifier chain fixed with the help of baby spoons, a onesie on top with 3 baby spoons, artificial flowers and little princess flags.
For this 'Love is all around' diaper cake I have used lots of hearts: little clothes pegs with hearts attached, a hearts garland and a onesie on top (I have simply stuffed the bodysuit between the diapers to make it look like a flower) and have then placed a heart in the middle.
This bathtime themed diaper cake for baby girls is embellished with a bottle of princess shampoo at the top, a girly, pink fish sponge (fixed to the cake with three pegs and baby spoons), a small bottle of baby bath, artificial roses and two squirting toys.
Have a look at this diaper cake with a twist! It consists of a diaper cake base and a diaper snail on top of it. All decoration is in a pale green, a pale pink or violet. I have also added some 'mummy stuff' (like shower gel, massage gel and some lotion) into the diaper cake base. Inside the snail's house is a rolled onesie while two 'sock flowers' complement this cute girl diaper cake. And there's a name chain to personalize this cake for 'Laila'.
The snail easily stays on top of your diaper base if you use 3-4 baby spoons to stabilize it on there. One on each side and one at the back and another at the front if necessary. If you want to make a diaper cake like that, learn how to make it here.
This adorable Minnie Mouse diaper cake is made the same way as the snail diaper cake above. It features a cute H&M Minnie Mouse outfit consisting of the Minnie Mouse hat, a onesie and leggings. The onesie and leggings are rolled into the mouse's belly. You find the complete tutorial here.
Winnie The Pooh Diaper Cake: pink Piglet - Winnie The Pooh's friend - is just perfect for a diaper cake for a newborn girl. Click the photo to learn how to make this adorable Disney Girl Piglet Diaper Cake.
If you need a quick and easy diaper cake just take a small or big box, and stack your diapers in there, or even place the complete unpacked pack in there if possible. If you want to, cover it with a baby blanket or a burp cloth. Another idea for covering the pampers, which I have used here, are paper streamers. Then just place your items nicely in the basket: I have used a little sheep toy and made a diaper baby using socks with a sheep design. I've also added a knotted baby hat as well as a baby bib which I have both rolled up and placed in the corners. Just as the other socks and a pacifier. I also added some little decorations and that's it. Easy and quickly done and very pretty!
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