diapers (size 1), string, cake pans (6", 8", 10"), ribbon, tissue paper (white, purple, and green)
Focus-overall design of the cake
Before I start, I'm sorry it's been a while since I last posted. I have some more cakes to post, but they are mainly diaper cakes, mostly because diapers were more appreciated during that period of time than cake. With this cake, I wanted to again try my hand at decorating this diaper cake as if it were a wedding cake. I used the stacking diapers technique from this site again. I find it works well, and I really don't want to roll up a bunch of diapers. The tissue paper flower instructions are from this site. Obviously, my flowers aren't the same size as Emma's, but to get my size, I just folded one tissue paper in half over and over until I got the size I wanted (about 3"x5", but whatever size is fine) and then cut on the folds. I think I only used 4 or 5 pieces of tissue paper per flower.
This diaper cake was decorated August 2012.