Pretty and practical!
Here's how you can make one using diapers, tulle ribbon, and a wreath form.
For the materials, you will want:
+ Diapers (I used size 2, and I chose this sweet strawberry print)
+ Tulle Ribbon
+ Wreath Form - got mine from Michaels with 40% off coupon
(If you are an online shopper, I included some easy shopping links at the bottom of the post)
Any size or type of diaper will work, but I just love the prints on the Honest Company brand, PLUS the mom that we were "sprinkling" uses their diapers with her son.
Start off by affixing a diaper to each corner (if using a square wreath form, like me). If you are using a round form, you can just start anywhere. I chose to scoot each corner piece up so that the four corners stood the highest. You will not need to do this if you have a round wreath form.
You will want to open the diaper and "sandwich" it around the form, then tie a piece of tulle ribbon around it to keep it secure.
After doing each corner, start filling in the rest of the wreath, securing each sandwiched diaper on the form with the tulle ribbon.
Keep working your way around and adjust the diapers as necessary. Fluff out the tulle knots.
Hang your wreath, step back, and admire the fact that this is really the simplest DIY tutorial you've ever knocked out.
Here are my other favorite combinations of diaper patterns with tulle ribbon colors. All of these can be purchased through Amazon (my favorite) and the links are below.
Wreath Forms and Hangers:
I'd love to see some of your creations if you give this diaper wreath a try! Please link up your blog post below if you have photos to share.