8.11.2011

Motorcycle Diaper Cake Tutorial {DIY-How to Make a Diaper Motorcycle}

Once upon a time, I used to make Diaper Motorcycles. Then one day I got accepted into nursing school. That is when I decided why not make a tutorial to share with the whole world {lol} how to make this super cute diaper motorcycles! I also thought it would be a nice thing to start a blog about my journey into nursing school and at the same time, by having a blog, it will allow me to share all things about my journey into mommyhood too! So then...I did. {THE END} ;)


I finally decided to share a tutorial on how to make this beautiful diaper motorcycle (Diaper cake). I hope you enjoy it! This would be the greatest baby shower gift ever! I promise you that :) Email me if you have any questions!

**This tutorial is for personal use only. Make as many as you want for yourself or to give as a gift. Instructions and pictures are not to be copied or duplicated. You can place my link on your blog/website if you would like to share this tutorial. Thank you! {wink}**

Materials: 34 diapers Pampers Swaddlers Size 1 (17 for each tire), 8" cake pan, 2 rubber bands, 2 receiving blankets (30x30 approx), 2 bibs, 1 chain link toy, a pair of socks or mittens, a baby bottle, 1 washcloth, scissors, pins, a stuffed animal (size approx between 15" and up to 20"), and decorative ribbon.


Make sure the gab between each diaper is even. See above picture #5? They are not even.

Pic #6: With one hand on top of the diaper, use the other hand to start pulling each diaper to the right until they all are even. Pic #7 is looking better...but pic #8 is perfect!





For pic #13: wrap each tire with ribbon of your choice. Place a pink to secure ribbon. The pin will at be the bottom of the tire. Do the same for the other tire. PLEASE NOTICE THAT THE FOLLOWING PICTURES DON'T HAVE THE RIBBON AROUND THE TIRES BECAUSE I FORGOT!!! I WAS TOO EXCITED! But make sure the ribbon is around the tires for the rest of the instructions. :)
Pic #14: Fold first receiving blanket in half...and roll it up like in pic #15 
Pic #16: If you want you can secure the end of the rolled up blanket with a pin just until you place the blanket through the tire opening.  



Picture #20: PLEASE note that we are working on the BACK tire.



For pic #24: Pull both ends of the blanket (following the arrows) to make sure the 2 tires are tight and the blanket too. Not too tight but firm. This will hold your entire motorcycle! Remember we are still working on the back tire.

For pic #25 place a pin in the inside of the tire opening securing the 2 blankets against the diapers. Make sure the pin is all the way in! then tuck in the remaining of the 2 ends of the blanket in the opining of the tire. You can see the finished back tire on Pic# 29.
Pic #26 shows the front tire first.


We are going to work on the handle now...Pic #28: roll up the second blanket...

Pic #29: Place the rolled up blanket through the opening of the FRONT tire.





Pic #35: If you would like you can roll up the wash cloth around the baby bottle.

To make the handle bars more stable follow instructions on pic #37 and #38

Pic #39: Put tissue paper inside the sock or mittens...it just looks better!



Pic #42: Place the other bib on top of the back tire.






 What do you think???!!!
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152 comments:

Marcela said...

Oh this is so cute, I love them! thanks for sharing this tutorial!

Lacee said...

ADORABLE! What a fantastic and unique gift! Thank you for sharing :)

Sweetaprils {Nursing Student Mommy} said...

You are so welcome!! :)

Lisa @ Henderson Rubin Creative Design Studio said...

Fantastic!!! So Adorable! I love your tutorial! Thank you for sharing.

Darlene said...

I love this idea! How do you get the stuffed animal to stay on top?

Sweetaprils {Nursing Student Mommy} said...

Thanks everyone!

@Darlene...How do I get the stuffed animal to stay on top? it all depends with the kind of stuffed animal I decide to use. one with longer legs is better but for example, with the one with the elephant it helped when I wrapped up the whole thing in tulle (I do it with all of them). You can also put a couple of stitches to the hands and handles, feet and side of motorcycle...you have to try and see what works for you. :) I hope this helps!

Kim said...

This is awesome!! Definitely going to make one, thanks for the tutorial :)

Sweetaprils said...

You are so welcome Kim!

mj ock said...

So cute! Thanks for the detailed instructions. Where did you find the cute frog and elephant?

Sweetaprils said...

mj ock, thanks for stopping by! I got them from a discount store...if you are in the US target has nice ones like the pic of the blue monkey :)

Amy said...

Absolutely adorable. I have two baby shower gifts to make - for a boy and a girl - and this can be adapted for both. Love it! Thanks for sharing.

Too Cute Designs said...

boy there goes my business...LOL
2CuteDesignsLS @ Etsy.com

Although I always attach the hand to the handle bars, and a person can secure the animal using pins.

Have a great weekend everyone! :)

Melissa @ Sew BitterSweet Designs said...

This is so flipping cute! Thank you for sharing :)

Kellie said...

Oh my goodness, this is adorable, can't wait for the next baby shower I have so I can make this, thanks for the great tutorial!!!

Susan said...

Thank you, thank you!! My daughter is going to be say thrilled when she receives this!! I can't wait for the shower, I'm going to give it to her when she announces her pregnancy & gender to everyone! Thanks again!!

Susan
twentyfour7
xoxo

Brandi said...

WOW! Those are ADORABLE! And super easy too! :) I think I am going to have to make some for the people I know having babies! :)

Thanks for sharing!

Mimi said...

OMG! Love it! But, how does it stand up on it's own?

Tonia said...

I just wanted to let you know that you did a great job with your tutorial! I have never made any sort of diaper cake and attempted this one. It came out perfect! I was able to follow your pictures and the few directions very easily! I am throwing a baby shower for a dear friend of mine next Saturday and she is going to be super surprised!!! Thank you so much for sharing this. I am going to blog about it after the shower and link back to this tute! Yay!!!

toniamelhorn.blogspot.com

Kathy said...

I made one this evening! Great instructions! Thank you!

Nessaj said...

I was curious because i see these online for 100 or more but how much did yours cost aprox when you put it together?

Sherree Padilla said...

I just posted my finished product from this tutorial on my blog. I added your link to my blog, so I could share the wonderful tutorial you made on these adorable diaper motorcycles. Enjoy the free traffic! You did a great job on this!

Micah said...

AWESOME! I just finished making one, and I am not crafty at all. This was so easy I can't believe it! Loved how detailed you were! Thank you!

Sweetaprils said...

Thanks everyone for your kind comments and I am super happy you are loving this tutorial! Sorry I have been MIA, just finished my first quarter of nursing school! Finally I have a little free time to blog. Feel free to share your diaper motorcycle images with me through email or on fcbk. xoxo Rocio

www.DothanAcresHomeschool.blogspot.com said...

LOVE! Whats more, I might actually be able to make this! Thanks so much for sharing.

Sweetaprils said...

you are welcome!

Amy said...

i just made this and i love it! not as cute as yours, but hey, still stinkin' adorable! thanks for putting this tutorial up and i'll be putting this on my blog later today for SURE!!

Maria Elena said...

Muy bello!!! gracias por compartir!!!1 Saludos desde Venezuela!!

Anacaona said...

Hola, el tutorial fenomenal, muy bien explicado todo, agradecida por el detalle de compartirlo.
!!!!!!Feliz Año 2012¡¡¡¡¡¡¡, desde España.

Sweetaprils said...

Thanks everyone for your great comments! And for my Spanish friends Muchas Gracias! Y que bueno que les gusto el tutorial! Besos!!!
Rocio

Desperate Craftwives said...

This is SO ADORABLE. I am hosting a baby shower at the end of the month and I am totally giving this a try! Thanks for sharing!
Blythe
www.thedesperatecraftwives.blogspot.com

Jaimee said...

Wow! What an original take on the diaper cake! Great tutorial, too!! I shared this on my crafty facebook page : ) Love the monkey and frog versions!
Jaimee @ craft-interrupted.blogspot.com

Unknown said...

This is so very cute! Your instructions are great.

Cristel said...

So loveley, and yes it 's seen all over the world I am living in Geraardsbergen, Belgium, Europe.
What a shame I can'nt copy it, at the moment they're is no one pregnant around us ans I'm affraid I have forgotten it when I will have to use it. But it is a great idea. Congrats !!!

T said...

I made one of these for a baby shower last year and everybody loved it. Thanks for the step by step. I wasn't sure how to do the wheels. Now I know for next time. Love it!
Dealdishingmom.com

becca32090 said...

Thanks so much for posting! I just made one and your tutorial made it super easy and it looks great. I even added a newborn size outfit to my stuffed elephant so the new baby gets some clothes as well!

Saw this on Pinterest, thanks again for posting!

Kera Hatcher said...

Amazing. Thank you so much for sharing, and may God bless you, and congrat's on going to school, and being a mommy. I know it's not easy.. :)

lovelylovelythings said...

I made this for a baby shower i went to today, and it was a big hit! Thanks so much for sharing this tutorial!

Ryan A said...

So adorable! I can't wait for someone I know to have a shower so I can make this for them! Now if only someone will make one for me... I'm due in March!

Thanks!

http://fivefeetoffun.blogspot.com

Denese Droddy said...

Loved this! Thanks so much for the easy tutorial! I made one today. Such a cute idea!!!

D'Ann said...

This is one of the most precious things I have ever seen! Thank you so much for taking the time to make and post a tutorial!

I haven't had to buy diapers in over 15 years, is there a particular reason that you use the Pampers Swaddlers, Size 1? Can other brands/sizes be used instead?

Thanks again!! :)

Shane R. said...

Wow! How did you come up with the idea for this. It's very cute. I might have to make one for the next baby shower I go to. Thanks for the tutorial!

Hailey's mum-mum said...

This cake is amazing. I like it a lot better than the regular diaper cakes. Do you know if this can be done with a bigger size diaper? Say a size 5 diaper?
Thanks for your time.
Once again, this is a lovely idea. Thanks for sharing.
Heather

Gail H. said...

How would you do a tricycle with two back tires instead of a motorcycle? I would love to do one for my grandson to be. His mom is decorating his room with tricycles and wagons, retro.
Thanks
Gail - tumcsec@gmail.com

tania said...

Hola, la ideas es original y muy preciosos, adecuado para un regalo muchas gracias por el tutorial que esta muy bien explicado.

Rocio {Sweetaprils} said...

Thanks so much for your wonderful comments everyone! xoxoxoxo Sorry I have been MIA...nursing school has kept me busy!

For the tricycle one of my followers added an extra wheel to the back. I posted the image on my facebook fan page.

Thanks again everyone! I love your comments so much!!!!! It makes me want to make more tutorials!!!! ;)

Annie said...

LOVE!!! this tutorial is awesome!! can't wait to make two of these!! thanks for sharing!! :)

Sisters Saving Cents said...

Can you tell me where you found this adorable stuffed elephant?? Thanks!

Alicia Stucky said...

Wow! I will never make a diaper cake again. This is insanely creative -- and I agree, AWESOME job with the tutorial. I expected there to be a zillion steps in this, and there weren't. You were just very clear. Which is great. Thanks so much!

Juf said...

Love this, thanks for the great tutorial.

Heather said...

I received this from a very talented friend for my baby shower and we just love it! She used a monkey and green and brown accents. So adorable! Great idea!!

teachU14 said...

This is AWESOME!!! Thanks for the amazing tutorial. I just made my first motorcycle cake thanks to your wonderful tutorial.

lots of love,
www.shortycreations.com

The Hopkins Four said...

I found this and just had to make it! My husband & I (as well as one of my brothers) ride motorcycles. My other brother's is expecting in April. I tried to get items off their registry to make it (Their receiving blankets were actually muslin (sp?)) I would definitely recommend using regular receiving blankets, these were hard to roll/keep rolled. Thanks so much!

Jen said...

So cute! Thank you so much for sharing this. I made one this weekend and posted a link to your tutorial on my blog.

Katie said...

Do you happen to have tutorial on how to make a guitar diaper cake?

Katie said...

Do you happen to have a tutorial on how to make a guitar diaper cake?

Unknown said...

This is so adorable! Thank you for sharing the tutorial with us! I made one for my cousin's baby shower last weekend and it was a HUGE hit! I think my cake pans may have been slightly larger so I used 40 diapers (20 for each tire) which was perfect since my pack of diapers had 40 anyway. Thanks again!

meghan said...

Thanks for showing this tutorial!!! i originally saw this on pinterest and thought that it just the cutest thing. But i could not figure out how to do the wheels. But you made it possible for me to make it for a baby shower i am going to next weekend!

miahsgrl1 said...

These are adorable, I saw them on pinterest, and I figured someone was selling them but then to find out you put the instructions on here for everyone is great! Thanks so much I can't wait to make mine!!!!!

jaisymarshal said...

Hey i like your ideas. I didn't even thought of that the diapers can be use in these ways. I m really impressed.





Fuzzi Bunz

uniqu3scrapper said...

very creative must I say!!!

Mom said...

Thank you for this INCREDIBLE tutorial... SO VERY FABULOUS.

You need to delete the blog and sell these on ETSY!!!

Seeking Balance said...

Thanks so much for sharing your easy to follow directions. My friend loved the motorcycle cake I made for her. You can see pics on my blog. http://nikki--seekingbalance.blogspot.com/2012/04/shower-fun.html

R0X@NN3'S MOM said...

So cute!! Glad you shared!!!

Marta said...

Beautyful!!!!!!
Marta

MamaLacey said...

Just wanted to thank you for posting this tutorial! It's adorable! I've used this tutorial twice now for baby shower gifts!

Hi Tay said...

These are ADORABLE!! I saw this on pinterest. I can't wait to check out the rest of your blog. :)

JENNA said...

Thank you soooo much! I love this. I just made my first 1, it's really so easy and I think this could become a habit for me...now I just need to know more people having a baby!!

LeahDionne said...

I just put this together for my cousin baby shower, took a few times to get it looking right but it finally came together. This was a perfect creative idea that know one will expect and all will love. Thank you so much for posting it. Leah

Jessica said...

I just wanted to say thank you for posting this! The step by step instructions with pictures made this so easy! I made this and am giving it to a co-worker today from our team and I can't wait to see everyone's reaction. I did a Phillies baseball theme and it really looks awesome! Thank you again for sharing this great idea!

1bzmami said...

Thank you for sharing!! So cute!

CBenzie said...

Such a cute idea! Where can I find the stuffed animals like you have in the pictures above?! Also, do you have any tips on what kind of animal works better than others? Thanks!

amandashrinks said...

Thank you so much for this great tutorial. I've made two now - one for a boy and one for a girl and they both came out great!

I tried Huggies instead of Pampers the second time and Pampers are definitely better (not as poofy).

In the fabric/craft section of Walmart I found some stretchy pink sequin headbands that worked perfectly to cover the rubberbands (instead of ribbon). So cute! Thanks!!

Kelly said...

I'm going to attempt to make one of these today for a shower I have this weekend.. Hope it turns out as good as yours~! thanks so much for the awesome idea!! I love to be different and this is just what I need!

Rocio {Sweetaprils} said...

I just want to thank everyone for your comments and i so sorry I havent had the chance to reply to each one of you. As you all know I am a full time nursing student with little time to spare :( BUT I am happy you all are loving this tutorial! and I am so glad you are also having fun with it!

Also, I am getting a lot of emails about the pink elephant...I got it in a discount store called "Tuesday Morning" I don't even know who makes them. I only found 3 of them. They are super adorable and I wish I could find more! on a positive note It will be best to get an stuffed animal with longer legs :)
Email me your pictures at sweetaprils.blog@gmail.com so that I can share your diaper motorcycles with my facebook fans. Have a great weekend everyone and thanks again for your support! xoxo Rocio

Mekare said...

I loved making this, it was so easy and my boss just loved it. Thanks for the great pictures and instructions.

Viki said...

I am hosting a baby shower next month and I am going to TRY to make one of these! This is so cute! I buy the stuffed animals at Khol's that are $5.00 and the proceeds go to your local children's wings at hospitals. They are the softest animals with books to match, I will set the motorcycle on top of the book! Wish me luck! Also I admire you for going to nursing school and being a mom! It takes a special person to be a nurse, thanks!

Amy Shaughnessy said...

I found this on pinterest and I can't wait to try it!! My sister is having a baby (not sure of the sex yet) and I will do this for her shower!

Amy

fashionandbeautyfinds.blogspot.com

Events on My Mind said...

Hi! I love your blog and HAD to write to you because I`m a wedding & event planner who loves making diaper cakes...AND in my 2nd smestr of Nursing School :) Good luck and great job on everything!

Unknown said...

I just made one for my friends baby shower. I made a few mods to make it my own. Thank you so much for this great idea!

Goldie said...

Thanks for the inspiration :)
http://www.thevintagetexan.com/2012/06/monkey-and-his-motorcycle-diaper-cake.html

check it out if you want :)

Jennifer

Muhammad Atif said...

This would be the greatest baby shower gift ever, I really enjoyed that, and thinking about it to, Send gifts to Pakistan from UK.

http://thenovicehousewife.wordpress.com said...

Thanks for sharing the tutorial. I made this for one of my friends. it was absolutely adorable. I have posted about it on my blog and linked the tutorial back to yours.

http://www.novicehousewife.com/2012/07/16/diy-craft-diaper-motorcycle-diaper-baby-carriage/

Brooke said...

I love this! I had to copy. I've posted it on my facebook and listed the link here.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=462844087067265&set=a.219056608112682.65268.150425564975787&type=1&theater

Pamela Kerwin said...

Thanks for the tutorial. Just made one and your tutorial was well done. Thanks again!!!

Nanette Richards said...

Truly interesting. Thanks for taking the time to post all of the steps... can't wait to try this out! All the best :)

Tami Madsen said...

Thanks for the awesome tutorial! I just finished making my first one last night and it turned out amazing! I'm so excited...this is now my new staple baby gift :) Thanks again...it was surprisingly easy to do.

taha´s mama said...

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Alliyah Mae Lim said...

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Manualidades Gloria51 said...

Que bellezas, todas estan lindisimas, felicitaciones y muchas gracias por el tutorial.

Jennifer said...

Thank you so much for sharing. I made one as a gift and found your instructions extremely easy to follow.

e645617a-f14b-11e1-ae98-000bcdcb5194 said...

I made this today...and it was so easy and so cute...great instructions...this in my new baby shower gift from here on out...:)

Mary G. said...

I wanted to come up with something special for my goddaughter's baby shower so as I did my research,I came across your blog. I've never made anything with diapers before so I gave it a try. Your directions were great and easy to follow, my motorcycle turned out awesome!!! I can see making more of these in the future. Thank you so much for sharing this.

athena said...

These are so adorable! I am going to make them for my friend's baby shower this weekend. I'm concerned about sticking pins through the diapers though. Do you know if this will cause the diapers to leak? Thanks so much for the tutorial!

Marsha Thomas said...

These are so adorable! My daughter in law got one of these for her baby shower. It was the hit of the party. :) love it! Thank you for showing us how to make one.

Rocio {Sweetaprils} said...

Thanks everyone for your wonderful comments! sorry I have been MIA! Nursing school is keeping me real busy! You can still email me your diaper motorcycle picture and I will post them here.
sweetaprils.blog@gmail.com

xoxo

Katie Jones said...

LOVE this tutorial! I used it to add to my Baby-On-The-Go gift tutorial here:
http://colormejones.com/uncategorized/baby-on-the-go/

Tammy Newcomer said...

This is great! I can't wait to make this for my friend who is a nurse - she's getting ready to have her first baby. I hope I can find a cute frog to put on top!

Saira Malik said...

Adorable!!! Beautiful idea about handmade gifts!!
Send gifts to pakistan

Chus said...

Enhorabuena, un tutorial estupendo!

Anntoinette Lyons Smoots said...

OMG thank you so much for sharing this with us. My daughter is having her first baby and this will make a lovely gift. wish I had seen it a couple of months ago when my son had his first son. thanks so much!

Anntoinette, a happy grandma!

Sims Mom said...

Just made one for my sister. She is having a boy in Dec. So cute and so much fun! Thank you.

Food smart farm life said...

I am making this and adding two toddler bibs with food pockets linked together over the back tire to use as saddle bags. I am filling the pockets with travel sized toiletry items, hair ties, and pacifiers.

NEFİSE said...

Nice to meet you and ıt's beatifull, thank you :)

Lisa Soundara said...

i just made this and it was totally easy and super cute. Thanks for the idea. Oh and the store I was had, had very little option for cute bibs so instead I used 1 burp cloths.

Megntally said...

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! With your tutorial we made the cutest motorcycle with a frog theme. Too Cute! I usually hate baby showers, but I can't wait for this one!

Momof3 said...

Just found out my nephew and his girlfriend are having a baby girl. They are super excited as this will be my nephew's first baby. This is perfect! I'm so excited to make this for her. You make it look so easy.

Debbie Davis said...

Can't wait to try my hand at making one for my grandson due end of February. So cute, thank you

Liberty Silvagni said...

I need to say it again, this is the greatest babyshower gift in terms of creativity and functionality. Wow, just wow.

Danay said...

I can not find any good stuffed animals...any recommendations? Thanks! Love this tutorial:)

Fi said...

They are gorgeous and it is so kind of you to share these ideas and I instructions. Thanks so much.

Jenny Watson said...

Thanks for the tutorial. These guidance is surely helping the viewers. The Diaper cakes are really awesome and innovative too. These cakes forms an important part of the Baby Shower program.

Diaper Cakes

Lora Kutz said...

Too too cute :) love the idea and how easy it seems to make it...thank you so much for sharing your wonderful idea :)

Carlisle Dekerlegand said...

I'm torn between sponsoring a baby photographers perth fee or this for my best friend's baby shower gift. I think both would definitely make her happy.

Sean Rasmussen said...

This is a great birthday gift to your nephews and friends who just got their baby born. Nice!

nazani said...

It looks like someone is selling your tutorial:
http://www.listia.com/auction/8060409-how-to-make-a-motorcycle-diaper-cake

Rocio {Sweetaprils} said...

Nazani, thank you so much for contacting me! I hope no one purchased it since I have it in here for free! :) thanks a million!

and thanks everyone else for your comments! sorry I have been a little busy with nursing school! less than 5 more months to go!!! yay!!!

Hugh Parizeau said...

Very creative way of turning diapers into work of art. I'm pretty sure that my baby will love this diaper motorcycle.

-Hugh Parizeau

Abigail Hemmes said...

Not sure if you'll get to respond to this in time, but I'm wondering if you can use thermal receiving blankets instead of the cotton ones you have shown.... I'm thinking they might not be as study as the ones you use. I want to try and use only things my sister in law had registered for but she only registered for thermal receiving blankets. Thanks!!! By the way, this idea send tutorial are absolutely amazing! !

Abigail Hemmes said...

Not sure if you'll get to respond to this in time, but I'm wondering if you can use thermal receiving blankets instead of the cotton ones you have shown.... I'm thinking they might not be as study as the ones you use. I want to try and use only things my sister in law had registered for but she only registered for thermal receiving blankets. Thanks!!! By the way, this idea send tutorial are absolutely amazing! !

Oh Sugar Events said...

I cannot even STAND how stinkin cute thee are. Thank you so much for your generous tutorial and your examples are so sweet. Such a clever idea! Bravo.

Leandra Sisco said...

Making one for my daughter's shower! She will be THRILLED since they have a motorcycle!!! THANKS!!!!!!

Leanne Churchill said...

Thank you so much for sharing how to make these! This was a great tutorial!

Unknown said...

I made this yesterday for a diaper shower and could not believe how easy it was. Thanks for sharing this tutorial....I'm sharing with everyone else I know!

Nancy said...

Thank you so much for sharing this! I have seen these diaper cakes and thought they were so adorable! I am excited to make this for our dear friends expecting their for baby in May! :o)

Janiel/ janny said...

VERY CUTE!!!! More than creative!!!
hugs..Janiel

Miriam Pallister said...

Just made this for a baby shower later today, it was so easy and it looks amazing! Thanks for sharing

rihamah said...

What a lovely and adorable diaper cake (I mean bike ;)
I'll feature it on my page Coed Baby Shower Invitations

Μελίνα Σ. said...

It's wonderful!!! Such a great idea!!!
We met with a friend today and made this diaper motorcycle for our friend who is about to have her second baby very soon.
I guess we should use a smaller rubber band because the wheels weren't so tight and seem like they are deflated, but after all, there is an elephant on the bike!!!!!

I posted photos and, of course, mentioned the source!!!

Thanks for sharing!

Freeda Jackson said...

Thanks for sharing this with me im trying it this weekend ilk let you know how it goes

Freeda Jackson said...

Thanks for sharing this with me im trying it this weekend ilk let you know how it goes

ebonypoore said...

Motorcycle diapers are all the rage with hell's angels. Just kidding! This is so cute, and very very clear way of providing the steps.

-Ms. Ebony

jnikitow said...

I made one of these for a baby shower a couple weeks ago. It was a hit. I am making another one this weekend. I saw that one of the stuffed animals you got was from a discount store called Tuesday Morning. They have that store here in Chicago, so I checked it out yesterday. Was so excited...I found a Harley Davidson teddy bear. It has on a leather jacket, do-rag, jeans, etc. I think it will be so cute on the diaper motorcycle. Thanks for the tip on the store.

Wanda said...

Not sure if I can share this picture like this, but thought I'd give it a shot. Your tutorial was great and I am very please with how my cake turned out. To me, it's a bicycle cake because the mother to be and her significant other are bikers....she is also a nurse, how cool is that! Thanks for sharing your directions!

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10200656574390576&set=pb.1047028479.-2207520000.1368074149.&type=3&theater

Peace in Pieces said...

Honest diapers are good quality and don't leak. We tried expensive ones but they were constantly leaking. Cruisers are fine too but it is not worth spending the extra money.
honest diapers

MBRoberts said...

Thank you so much for posting this! I just made my first diaper cake for my best friend's baby shower. Her mom was killed in a motorcycle accident when she was only 13, and it's going to mean so much to her that I was able to make this extra special item just for her in memory of her mom! Thanks again!
-Becca

Sara Brenton said...

I just made this for my friend, who is due next month with a little girl!! Couldn't find any particularly girly animals, but I dressed a dog in a newborn girl outfit, so it works!!! :)

AshelyAdam10 said...

Very nice tutorial dear i try this tutorial on my home and dear your creative bike look like Harley Davidson bike.

Shelly said...

Great tutorial! Thanks so much!!

Laura Turcotte said...

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!! I was looking for a 'different' idea for my SIL besides the 'original' diaper cake---and I found you!!! Thank you!! This is what I am making for my SIL's baby shower!

Grace Juarez said...

I used safety pins. Put on on each hand and handle

Lucy said...

Thank you so much for posting this!

Colleen said...

These are adorable! And, you could replace the bottle with a sippy cup or jar of baby goop, for moms who prefer the recommendations that suggest not to have bottles around.

Definitely going to use this! Thank you for posting it.

MiCKi dqaF said...

I love it.! Thank you very much I will definately be making this for sisters baby shower.!

Ashegoe said...

I made this tonight for a total of $23. I got most everything at the dollar tree except diapers and stuffed animal! Thanks so much for this tutorial. What a special unique gift, and a nice change from a diaper cake.

neha aggarwal said...

Thanks for the tutorial........I made the motorcycle n everyone praise...

zongwei lv said...

wow,so beautiful.thanks for sharing.
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Laura Lenhausen said...

Thanks for your amazing tutorial and inspiration to start my own baby gift store called All Diaper Cakes
it all started with this amazing How To Tutorial!

SavyB said...

Most people charge for tutorials like this one... very thankful for that good ol' fashion sharing! Thanks for sharing this! It's the cutest! I am so excited to make this for my boyfriend's sister!

Chiara said...

Hallo abd thank you very much for this tutorial.

I used a miniature of your first photo to share this tutorial on my blog (with link to your blog and credits).

If it's a problem, please let me know and I'll cancel the photo.

Thank you very much. :)
Ciao
Chiara

MrsC said...

I just made mine! It was so quick and easy! Thank you!

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