The feet and toes were made out of fondant. I'd shaped the feet like giant jelly beans, and included creases in the middle, much like the cake I was referencing had.
Though I had seen things like this made out of a Rice Bubbles mixture (and covered in a thin layer of fondant), I didn't mind shaping these parts with just fondant. Sure, it meant a lot of sugar in one bite, but at the time I felt it was the least stressful option!
The cakes were chocolate, and covered in white fondant. A round one for the bottom tier, and a rounded cake (made in the same giant mug used for this dinosaur cake), for the baby's bottom.
"You can save on time, money, and stress; but never on all three."
I certainly saved on time and stress deciding not to make the bow.
But for your own reference (and proof that I make mistakes on cakes, too), this is the back.
<insert deeply saddened pouty face>
On a more positive note, I liked that the light green/teal fondant stars (especially on the 'blanket') looked like they could glow in the dark :)
And since I mentioned it, here's a photo of the main table setup at the Baby Sprinkle, featuring two kinds of cake - a nappy cake, and the cake this post was about :)