14 Adorable DIY Projects for Baby

DIY projects for baby and handmade pretties are my two favorite things. So when I come across a great project I can make for Grayson, you know it gets pinned straight to Pinterest. From a hand-stamped baby onesie to a two-minute baby skirt – you’ve got plenty of handmade options. Break out the hot glue gun and clean-off your sewing table. Get ready to get your craft on for baby!

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    Click-through 14 super-adorable DIY projects to create for baby! 

  • $2 Skirt 2 of 15

    Yes, this skirt will only cost $2. All you need is a fat quarter and 2-inch elastic and you are ready to go!  

  • Striped Quilt 3 of 15
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    I love how you can created the stripes with strips of fabric. Such a great idea! They make a great gift too. 

    Tutorial via Do it Yourself Divas 


  • Rosette Headband 4 of 15

    There is nothing sweeter! An adorable rosette headband can be made in baby or adult version so you can even match your girly girl.

    Tutorial via Little Red Wagon Photography 

  • Handkerchief Nursery Pillows 5 of 15

    Leave it to Martha Stewart to give us beautiful handkerchief nursery pillows. I mean seriously, I may need to make some for my room. 

    Tutorial via Martha Stewart 


  • Nursery Mobile 6 of 15

    This rainbow mobile I spotted on Pinterest would be so sweet hanging over a crib. It is sure to be something they will cherish and love for years -- not just as a baby. 

    Tutorial via Miss Wrangler and the Koalas 

  • Bowtie Onesies 7 of 15

    I am just swoonin' over these adorable bowtie onesies. Hello, cuteness. I can't wait to make a few for Grayson. 

    Tutorial via Sittin Pretty 

  • DIY Baby Shoe Rack 8 of 15

    As a Mom of 4 girls, we had a lot of those little baby shoes. I just wish I would have known about this little gem sooner! Such a great idea to get all those itty bitty shoes organized. Look familiar? You may have seen the project on HGTV! 

    Tutorial via A Lovely Place to Land 

  • Easy Wall Art 9 of 15
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    One of my favorite tricks is to frame a vintage book. But for this project, framing vintage flashcards seems to be a big hit when creating a beautiful gallery wall. How pretty?

    Tutorial via The Smith Nest 

  • Bookshelf 10 of 15

    Creating a reading nook is essential in the nursery. But, crafting up your own bookshelf is even more fun! I love displaying books as it becomes good eye candy when you enter a room. 

    Tutorial via Nalle's House 

  • Map Letters 11 of 15

    Love at first sight.Yes, let's talk about these beyond adorable map letters for the nursery. I just can't wait to make some for Grayson. Honestly, I might make one for my living room too!

    Tutorial vis Inspired Living 

  • Wood Stained Heart Art 12 of 15

    This beautiful wood stained heart is the focal point above the changing dresser inside the nursery. It truly completes the gallery wall is just oh-so-pretty. I would have never guessed when I clicked to read more about the sweetness, that is what handmade. 

    Tutorial via Honey and Fitz 

  • Placemat Bibs 13 of 15

    Wondering what to do with all of your old placemats? Well, this is a genius idea! They even pull right over the head like a t-shirt. You can create an entire stash of bibs with these easy pattern and tutorial. 

    Tutorial via Dana Made It 

  • Ombre Applique Onesie 14 of 15
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    First is the ombre onesie but add on the vintage doily appliques and oh-my-sweetness. This is the cutest little girl onesie around. 

    Tutorial via V and Co. 

  • Hand Stamped Onesie 15 of 15

    Another adorable onesie, this hand stamped arrow onesie is one of my favorites and so easy for you to recreate on our own. You can use any color paint you want so it's gender neutral. 

    Tutorial via For the Love Of 

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