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|Author||Topsy Turvy Diaper Cake|
Make a splash at your next baby shower with a cake that will knock their rubber boots off. This 7:11 minute, easy to follow, video tutorial will walk you through the simple process of creating beautiful, no-sew Daisies made from baby washcloths. Watch whenever you like and as many times as you’d like.
There is no damage done to the washcloth in the making of this design but don’t be surprised if the parents to be never take it apart.
*Note: These are downloadable page with a link to a password protected instructional video for making a daisy with a washcloth. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
LOVE these, they are SO simple, and look so cute as a bouquet
I love the flower and the instructions were easy to follow.
Super easy!! Tutorial gave step by step instructions.
I love this flower, very cute and sweet. Easy to make and It suit for baby souvernir.
Absolutely love these so easy to make! Great video
Very easy to make. Instructions were very simple. Got a lot of compliments :)
Great tutorial ~ much easier then I thought it would be ~ Thank you
Love making this. Very easy!
Detailed supply list is included in the instructions.
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