10 DIY Baby Gifts!

My Favorite 10 Baby DIY Gifts!

Well I am in a baby mood… a week over my due date has inspired this baby gift DIY Friday!
Hope you enjoy some of my favourite baby gift finds that you can make too!

DIY Turtles

1. DIY Turtles!

These are a perfect gift you can make for any little one. Pick some fun patterns make a bunch and you have little turtles you can give for any occasion! There are some great instructions and photographs of how to make these little guys at make it and love it.

Diaper Pouch

 2. Diaper Pouch

I am kind of obsessed with this idea because it makes it so convenient to grab a pouch and go instead of having to carry your whole diaper bag with you all the time. Plus think of how convenient it will be for you someone who offers to help to be able to find everything in one place. Check out this tutorial from Noodlehead to make your own or a few for gifts!

Baby DIY Gift

3. Baby Gift Bucket

I love this idea because you still get to go shopping for cute little outfits and instead of throwing them into a bag you are adding a little personal flare and making a bouquet out of them. Plus who doesn’t have a bucket or basket just sitting around their house. This cute little photo and DIY tutorial is located at Style at Home.

DIY Baby Gift

4. Beverage Holder Baby Gift

This is the easiest and cutest idea! You can get everything except for the scrap paper and ribbon from your local grocery store to make up this gift basket. Get creative and add in some rattles, soothers, bottles, whatever you can find and you have a super cute gift package. Check out oppsey daisy to learn how she made it.

onsie diy

5. Onesie DIY

This is super cute and definitely on my to do list for my little one! How cute would it be to have every month documented this way.  Check out Brit and her boys for details on how to create these and for print-ables.

Motor Bike Diaper DIY6. Motor Bike Diaper DIY

I love the twist on the classic diaper cake! Great for a shower gift and so cute to receive! You can get all the details on this DIY from Sweetaprils.

Survival Kit

7. Hospital Survival Kit

This is such a great gift idea for mommy in the hospital. Find a basket or bucket like above with all the things you could use in the hospital. I am liking the the lip balm, cozy socks and lotion! Check out joy is at home to see what she put in and her cute sanitizer bottle she put in here too.

Pacifier Clip DIY

8. Pacifier Clip DIY

Everyone loves these and you can never have too many of them around. They work great for the pacifier, toys, just containers, just about anything you can snap that loop around. Very detailed instructions can be found at Sew Mama Sew! 

burp rags

9. Burp Rags

I love unique, plus with the price of buying burp clothes in the stores you might as well make them yourself and have something with a little bit of a personal touch. AND wouldn’t you want to put these to use after baby (assuming they are still in good condition). They are too cute to hand me down. Check out Spit happens from Sew Far, Sew Good.

DIY Hats

10. DIY Hats!

I love how cute these hats are and if you check out make it and love it she also has a tutorial on how to make a matching receiving blanket too!

Hope you enjoyed today’s DIY Friday!!
Happy Crafting!

Hot Mama Network - Jennifer Kinal

www.hotmamanetwork.com

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