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DIY Diaper Bouquet Using Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers!
My daughter was in diapers when I first moved to my new town 10 years ago. Being new to town I didn’t know much about the shopping or the stores. I do however, remember that I was excited to have a Sams Club. My husband had been a Sams Club member for year. But we were not able to make it to Sam’s Club very often from where we lived before. As soon as we moved, I knew that that was about to change. Upon visiting Sams Club for one of the first times since I moved to town, I discovered that they had amazing prices on diapers. I loved that I was able to get huge packages at great low prices.
As most of you know, we welcomed home a new baby girl in November. As soon as I found out I was pregnant, we started stocking up on diapers and such. Thank goodness I had the great experience with my first daughter because it helped me to know exactly where I was going to shop for diapers for this new baby.
At Sams Club I know that I can get quality diapers like Huggies Snug & Dry. Huggies Snug & Dry provide up to 12 hours of protection for your little one to help keep them dryer longer. Plus there are 240 diapers in my daughters size 3 package! That’s right!! 240!! That means less trips to stores and more time spent with my baby while she is still a baby! Plus right now you can score a sweet savings of $7/1 box of Huggies Snug & Dry at Sams Club with the awesome Ibotta Rebate! That pairs great with being able to save $10 on Huggies Snug & Dry for being a Sams Club member! That makes a great shopping trip even better! I love Ibotta and Sams Club!
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DIY Diaper Bouquet
Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers
Tissue paper (color(s) of choice)
Extra flowers and or decorative floral accents (color(s) of choice)
tulle (color(s) of choice)
bow (color(s) of choice)
Before I begin I like to place a couple of pieces of tissue paper in the bottom of my vase to hide the wooden dowels.
Step 1: Roll up diapers starting from the top and rolling to the bottom. Rubber band the bottom of the rolled diaper about 1″ from bottom.
Step 2: Poke the stick partially through the center role of the diaper.
Step 3: Place into Vase.
Step 4: Cut 3 pieces of tulle about 1 foot in length. Lay on top of each other and fold in half. After folded gather all 4 corners and rubber band them together. Slide wooden dowel in the middle of the rubber band on the tulle. Place into bouquet between diapers.
Step 5: Poke flowers and or floral accents in between diapers.
Step 6: Add the bow to the vase.
Step 7: Give to an unsuspecting mom to help brighten her day
These cute and creative Diaper Bouquets make great Baby Shower Gifts!