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Aqua + Orange Baby Sprinkle


  • CreativeCrumbs

    I like that you used yarn for your pompoms. Tissue or paper pompoms are getting to be too common and ordinary these days (although I am not saying they’re ugly).

  • Lauren


    Thanks! The yarn was less expensive and was much more versatile then the tissue.

  • Christine {Pure Joy Events}

    I love all of the DIY elements and color combination.

  • Florence Amber

    That diaper/socks/wash cloth giraffe is so cute! Does your mom have a DIY guide for this?

  • Lauren

    Florence Amber,

    Glad you like it! She purchased the instructions from this website:

  • Aunt Vicki

    Nicely done Lauren! So excited for all of you, and to be a GREAT Aunt again. Wish we could get down there again soon.
    Love to all!


  • kim

    Hi Lauren, love this shower! how did you make the cute little cupcake toppers?

  • kim

    love the colors!

  • Lauren


    Thanks Kim! The cupcake toppers are made from toothpicks and various paper cut using a 1″ circle punch with double-sided tape. It was very simple. The circles with type I designed and the patterned papers are from Michaels.

  • Dawn

    Your cupcakes look fabulous! Do you have a recipe you can share?

  • Stacy

    Where did you get the frame for mommy’s cravings? Love these!

  • Lauren


    The white frames were $1 a piece from ikea!

  • Lauren


    I do not have a recipe for the cupcakes but I know they were red velvet!

  • Angela

    Do you still have the template for the game cards, i.e. B is for belly? Or where can I get them? Thx!

  • RM@ Love2Decorate Blog

    I adore this party decor. Simple, clean and attractive.

  • Megan

    Where did you get the cards that go along with the yarn to measure the belly?

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