Baby showers are so much fun and something I love attending and planning. I have one in few weeks that I just started shopping for. I received 2 Diaper Genies and tons of refills at my baby shower. They were much appreciated when the baby came and I need to dispose of stinky diapers. I thought it would be fun to customize the Diaper Genie to match my friend’s nursery decor. She doesn’t have a name yet, so I went with something funny – Outbox! It made me and my husband giggle so I think it was a success!
I am excited to announce that there is a new Diaper Genie “Mommy Time” Rewards Program where moms can earn points to use towards great rewards for themselves every time they buy or register for Diaper Genie products. I have been keeping up with my diaper rewards and now I am going to start using this rewards program.
Diaper Genie “Mommy Time” Rewards Program
1. Buy: Purchase participating Diaper Genie products
2. Snap: Take a photo of your store receipt using your mobile phone or upload a photo of your receipt or baby registry from your desktop and create your own Mommy Time Rewards profile at MommyTimeRewards.com
3. Redeem: Log in to your Mommy Time Rewards account to redeem your points for eGift Card rewards. Mom can reward herself with her favorite products from participating retailers like Sephora and Zappos, or eGift Cards for massages, dining and more.
Diaper Genie Tutorial
Tools and Supplies
Poster Letters from Target by Sticko
Level or Phone Level (if needed)
I found the Diaper Genie for this DIY at Target on sale for $17.99. It is the perfect gift for moms that want a fashionable diaper disposal unit that helps them forget about what is inside.
Take the Diaper Genie out of the box.
Tie a long ribbon around the center of the Diaper Genie.
Make sure the ribbon is straight across. You could use a level or a phone app level to double check.
Place the second row of letter on first starting with the middle letter and work left to right after that. This helps get the spacing and centering right.
Place the 1st row of letters on last starting with the center letter following the second row of letter for guidance and balance.
Rub the letter before repackaging the Diaper Genie and wrapping it so that the letter stay put.