Here's how my Nappy Babies turned out....how cute are they?!
I then placed the 6 nappy babies that I made into a gift basket that I put together for my sister and brother-in-law as their baby shower gift.
|They loved their gift basket! Here's how I did it :)|
I started by rolling up 6 nappies (one for each nappy baby) and securing with some cello tape.
I cut the muslin down into smaller squares, and created a triangle shape and begun to fold it around the nappy, about a third of the way up, tucking it in at the back to secure it in place.
To make the little hats, I folded back the socks - one inside out, the other the right side round - just to add a bit of difference to each nappy baby.
I then carefully placed the 'hat' onto each one, before sticking on a pair of googly eyes, because googly eyes make everything look cute!
With all the nappy babies made, I turned my attention to putting together my new baby gift set.
Whilst transferring my own design onto baby vests as decoration, I made an extra one with the following...
With all the goodies to go inside the gift basket to hand, I set about with the assembly job! Starting with some pink crepe paper to bulk out the bottom of the basket.
Using up the rest of the packet of nappies, I placed them around the back of the basket, which helps keep everything else in place too.
The star babygros went in next, followed by the custom baby toiletries.
The cutest little watermelon (or some might argue, strawberry, but they're wrong!) swim suit, the jeans and top I also bought, and finally the baby vest I customised.
I slotted in the baby converse(like) booties as well as the bath toys.
In with the nappy babies and my basket was all ready to be gift wrapped with cellophane and a giant organza bow.
I also made a gift tag and attached that with some gift ribbon that I curled up. I love how the gift basket turned out, and as I said earlier in this post, my sister and brother-in-law loved it!
|Watermelon not Strawberry Swimsuit!|