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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

My Niece's Baby Shower

There's going to be a new member in the family!  Little Logan is set to make his first public appearance at the end of the month.  Everyone is so excited :)  My niece, Nicki, is the proud mom-to-be.  

I wanted to make Nicki something special for little Logan, so I decided on a quilted diaper bag.  When I went fabric shopping, this Elmo fabric really jumped out at me.  I didn't want to work with pastel fabrics--I wanted some bright, vibrant colors for the little guy.  So, the Elmo fabric was just perfect.

The handles fit comfortably over Nicki's shoulder.  The flap stays in place with a hidden magnetic closure.

I stuffed the bag full with lots of goodies little Logan will need--diapers, a bottle, a changing mat, wipes, toys, etc.  The elastic pockets will keep things organized and in place.

These are some cute roses I made out of baby socks.  You can find directions on how to make them here.

I added some real baby's breath to fill out the bouquet a little bit.

Nicki's cake (that I did NOT make).  So pretty!

The roses looked so nice beside the diaper cake my sister-in-law made.  

Looking forward to meeting you, Logan!  My prayers are for  wonderful life for you and your family :)



1 comment:

Anonymous said...

A lovely gift from your heart (and sewing machine)
I love homemade gift they are so special.