Post may contain affiliate links. If you search the web you will see a ton of disposable diaper cakes populate but no so many cloth friendly versions. That is why I decided to create a cloth diaper cake or “wreath.” I wanted something that was affordable, practical, and adorable! This cloth diaper wreath will only cost a little under 40 bucks and you can assemble it in an hour. I only used four different materials to make the wreath so there isn’t a lot to purchase. This wreath will also double as a beautiful decoration to any baby shower and is the perfect gift for an eco-conscious mom.
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I used a 12 pack of OsoCozy Infant prefolds, Luvable Friends Washcloths 24 pack, clear rubber bands, and a 12 in wire wreath backing.
Why The Prefold Cloth Diaper?
Prefold cloth diapers are amazing diapers because you can use them as burp rags, cleaning rags, or use them as inserts for your pocket diapers. They are one of the most affordable and easy going diapers you can buy. They tend to last a long time, wash easy, and not hold onto any odors. If you want to learn more about them, you can check out my full post on prefolds.
Why Baby Washcloths?
The baby washcloths I picked out are my favorite cloth wipes by far. They are inexpensive, come in a set of 24, and can be used in so many ways! I even created a video called 10 Alternative Uses for Baby Washcloths that you can watch HERE. To make a long story short, I love these because they are thin and allow me to get in all of the nooks and crannies to clean my baby. They also work wonderful for wiping boogies, cleaning up messes, and as general cleaning wipes for when we travel.