My supplies. I chose these colors because my brother and sister in law are waiting to find out the sex of the baby. Animal theme is always a safe bet for colors.
Pack of diapers size 1
To make the wheels I used a small pot. I used 8 diapers for each wheel and this helped keep the shape. Put them in one by one and try to make it as uniform as possible then secure with a rubber band.
My four stroller diaper wheels. Try to keep a little hole in the middle and make sure they are straight and even.
These are two paper towel rolls. I wrapped a washcloth around each one and used the decorating tape to secure them. Also, be sure to roll up a diaper and put them inside each end.
Put the axels inside the wheels.
I added ribbon to cover the rubber bands.
Now, take 40 diapers. There are 30 in this picture, but I added 10 more after to make 40 because it wasn't big enough. Line the diapers straight. Put a rubber band across
Take 3 diapers for each side to make a bed shape and put them inside the rubber band.
This is what it should look like when it's done.
Now take one receiving blanket and wrap around all the diapers. Don't worry if its too messy. The only part that will show is the top of the bed.
Now I wrapped two thick ribbons around to hold secure. Later you can use that ribbon to help secure the bed to the axels.
Take six diapers and line them straight and secure with rubber band. .
Now put two more on each side to make a pillow formation.
All done :)
Now wrap with another receiving blanket. Don't mind the glass of wine back there 😝
I added a bib to hang off the back. Secure with rubber band. I am going to be a cool aunt ;)
Now put your pillow on the bed and hang your third receiving blanket over to make a little hood.
Then wrap the fleece blanket around the whole base and secure with a ribbon and tie.
Rest bed on top of wheels and secure below with a ribbon tied to the axel to the ribbon around the bed.
Decorate to your liking and there ya go! It's a diaper stroller and the mama can use everything that its made of.
This is a back view.