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Hello my scrappy friends, this is Kate from Sassy and Scrappy. Today I'm sharing a project I completed some time ago, but never posted here. I created this motorcycle diaper centerpiece for my sister in law's baby shower. It was so much fun to make and I was so happy with the way it turned out. And it was much easier to put together than I expected! With spring and summer approaching, which seems to lead to a lot of parties, I thought it would be a great time to share this with you. I watched a wonderful video tutorial which you can see here. I changed a couple of elements but the construction is the same as the video.
The ribbon covers a rubberband that holds all the diapers in place.
Each wheel is made up of 15 diapers. You can see the tire construction here.
One baby blanket joins the 2 tires together and the second blanket creates the handle bars. Once again I used ribbon to hide a rubberband on the handle bars. I wrapped a small washcloth around the bottle...I'm assuming this is a headlight, but I'm not really sure. Honestly, the only thing that really matters is just how cute this darn project is! Lol.
I decided not to do a picture tutorial because the video is so wonderful, but if you're interested in more information or have questions please let me know. I'm sure this is going to be a hit at the baby shower.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope to see you soon.