Wales conceded just three tries, against Cyprus in their opening Pool 2 match, another in their 28-5 semi-final win over Moldova and they then again restricted their opponents to a single score as they won the final in style.
"To win both tournaments put us in the best possible position we could achieve and to concede only three tries here in Georgia was a massive plus and shows the way we are trying to play," said Baber.
"It all bodes well for Hanover next month and this weekend was all about a great squad effort when we ended up with only seven fit players for the final.
"However, Andy Powell was a massive threat with the ball in hand and Lee Williams, Martin Roberts and James Merriman were also outstanding considering what huge demands the players have been under over the last few weeks."
Wales's results in Tbilisi:
Wales 36 Cyprus 7
Wales 50 Bulgaria 0
Wales 22 Georgia 0
Wales 26 Israel 0
Wales 28 Moldova 5
Wales 45 Ukraine 5
Wales Sevens squad in Tbilisi: Lee Williams (Scarlets), Rhodri McAtee (Cornish Pirates), Martin Roberts (Scarlets), Will Harries (Northampton Saints), James Lewis (Dragons), Tal Selley (Dragons), Nick Wakely (Newport), James Merriman (Neath), Dafydd Hewitt (Blues), Andrew Powell (Blues).