There are few things I love more than a baby shower. It’s something that only happens a few times for most ladies， so it is one of the most precious events in their lives. That’s why when I bring a gift to a baby shower， I want that gift to be extra special. And that means presenting it in a beautiful way.
There are so many cool baby shower gift ideas I have stumbled across—see the big list of 25 ideas here. Most of the ideas I find are for diaper cakesbaby pillow， but there are a few which make use of baby clothes as well， like this one for making a “bouquet.” I decided to search for more ideas for presenting baby clothes in clever and creative ways， and I found a great one—baby shower “cupcakes” made with onesies!personalized gifts for kids
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6 onesies or washcloths 6 cupcake liners Baby socks in various colors Decorative elements (up to you)
1. Start by folding the onesie (or washcloth) in thirds lengthwise. 2. Place a baby sock at one end of the onesie. 3. Roll up the onesie around the sock so the sock is sticking out through the middle on both ends. 4. Roll the sock up around the bottom of the rolled-up onesie. This will form the bottom of the cupcake and hold it together. 5. You can now sort of fluff up the bit on top so it looks like a decorative element. 6. Add any embellishments you want. 7. Set the “cupcakes” on a cupcake tray for the perfect presentation. You now have the most adorable cupcakes ever to present to the mother-to-be!
Annie Lee, a.k.a., Daughter of Design, is always inspiring us with her attention to detail and overall fabulousness. Her ideas are fresh and her wedding timeline fierce (her extreme organization puts couples totally at ease). The California native currently resides in New York City, but loves to travel and plans events worldwide. If you can't have her by your side, we suggest you get in wedding shape with her handy flashcards: Learn to Speak Wedding: Flashcards for Beginners. We sat down with the designer to get the skinny on all things wedding planning (including what she'd love for her own nuptials someday).
Diana Keeler is a novelist and Etsy shopkeeper based in Paris. She writes about traveling and doughnuts on Travel Crush. She interviewed Ryan Gosling three times in one year. Find her on Instagram and Pinterest.
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