How to Make a Diaper Bouquet

Finding the perfect baby shower gift is becoming increasingly difficult: gone are the days where all that was was expected of you was a couple of pacifiers and a teething ring. Mums-to-be are expecting more and more, and we all want to find that extra special and totally unique gift that speaks from the heart. One of those gifts can be found by looking into camo diaper bag reviews for a great gift that you can buy. This review is one of many from the DIAPER BAG REVIEWS website. If you are like me though and want to be more personal and build something with your hands, keep reading!

How to Make a Diaper Bouqet

Look no further than a diaper bouquet: it’s the perfect baby shower gift and makes an ideal centerpiece too! Not only does it say, ‘I put thought and effort into this’, a diaper bouquet will not break the bank and can be whipped up in no time at all.

What You Will Need

– 1 pack of diapers
– Rubber Bands
– Tissue Paper
– Vase or Jar for presentation
– Styrofoam Ball
– Wooden sticks or pencils/ knitting needles etc
– Ribbon/ tags (Optional)

Directions

Firstly, place tissue paper at the bottom of the vase or jar for aesthetic value. Then take the Styrofoam ball and place into the base so that the wooden sticks (or whatever you are using) have something to stick in to.
You then need to take a diaper and roll it up, fixing it with a rubber band wound tight. Repeat until you have enough for the arrangement and then roll them down the wooden sticks and place into the Styrofoam ball. Note: The number of diapers you use is a personal choice – use many for a fuller bouquet, or few for a delicate and more discreet flower arrangement.
For a more even coverage – and for disguising the sticks – use extra tissue paper. You can then decorate the bouquet however you wish: ribbon, tags, etc. To ensure that you are in keeping with the baby shower colour scheme, choose the perfect coloured tissue paper prior to making the bouquet, and then you are sure to make an even greater impression on the host!