Go Back

Duck Baby Shower Crafts

Ideas for your next baby shower with a duck theme!
15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Author Angie Holden

What You Will Need

  • Paper green, yellow, white, and cream
  • Adhesive tape runner
  • Hot glue gun and hot glue
  • Paper straws
  • Free printable alphabet banner
  • Cricut machine
  • Cricut cut file
  • Toothpicks
  • Twine
  • Printer
  • Scissors

Instructions

Cutting Your Pieces

  • Basically just┬ácut a large number of green circles and ducks from scrapbook paper. You can use the Cricut cut file here to make it a bit easier. Resize the design to fit your needs. You could even use a Sizzix machine for the circles if you wish. You could also change the duck for another shape if you have another baby shower theme. Customize the colors as well as the shape to match and baby shower that you are hosting.

How to Make Cake Toppers

  • Put the duck on a circle and secure with any adhesive. Then add a toothpick to the back. If you want them to be finished from the back as well, be sure to add another circle to the back to cover up the toothpick. You can then add these to cupcakes or just about any dessert for a special touch at your birthday party.

How to Make Baby Shower Banner

  • For the banner, you can print the letters for free by clicking here. Just download the "B", "A", "Y", and also the blank version. Then print onto some cardstock using your printer. You can print and cut by hand with scissors or even use the print then cut function on your Cricut machine.
  • Finish off your banner by adding additional circles, ducks, as well as white scalloped circles. These are perfect to finish off the blank version of the banner. Everything can be added to twine using the same adhesive tape runner from Adtech. Again, resize the cut file to fit your banner after you print it. You can make this banner as large or as small as you would like.

Decorative Drinks for a Party

  • The circles and ducks can be added to paper straws for drinks. Just use adhesive to put the suck on the circle then add the circle to the straw. I like patterned paper straws for this project as they add a little something extra to the project. These also are readily available these days in a ton of colors and patterns. I get decorative straws for any event that I am hosting.
  • If you are serving water bottles, be sure to wrap those with white paper and add the ducks as well. Just trim the paper to the size of the water bottle label. Add a duck to the front and wrap around your bottle. This is a fun way to spruce up something plain for your party.