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|Author||Topsy Turvy Diaper Cake|
Whether you make a carrot cake with diapers or a yummytowel cake, this is sure to put a smile on many faces.
This 15:22 minute, easy to follow, video tutorial will walk you through thesimple process of creating this no-sew, beautiful Carrot made from babywashcloths. The carrots can stand up in the top of your cake or hang from theside.
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.
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Washcloth carrots were very easy and simple to make!!!! diaper cake came out beautiful!!!
Its so and adorable
This pattern was very simple to follow!! I will warn you though, it is very hard to find orange washcloths so I wound up buying orange terry at the fabric store and made my own to use.
One 8 to 9 inch, orange washcloth
One 8 to 9 inch, green washcloth
Detailed supply list is included in the instructions.
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