18 DIY Projects for Baby Boys

Little boys totally get the shaft in the crafting world. With all the talk ruffly dresses and hair bow tutorials, there is hardly time to think of crafting anything for a boy. Well, I think that ought to change.

I have compiled some of my favorite projects for boys (and quite a few that would work for girls too).

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18 tutorials for baby boys.

 

 

 

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  • He’s All Boy Cap 1 of 18
    He's All Boy Cap
    What little boy wouldn't love to be bundled up in this sweet cap?
    Click here to find the tutorial at This Mama Makes Stuff
  • Fine Motor Skills Board 2 of 18
    Fine Motor Skills Board
    I would love to have a board like this to help Tate with his fine motor skills.
    Click here to find the tutorial at Lilla A Design
  • Skinny Jeans with Leather Knee Patches 3 of 18
    Skinny Jeans with Leather Knee Patches
    I adore these sweat jeans. The leather knee patches for crawling babes are the perfect touch.
    Click here to find the tutorial at Freshly Picked
  • T-shirt to Newborn Gown 4 of 18
    T-shirt to Newborn Gown
    What a fun idea! Turn any graphic t-shirt into a newborn sleeping gown.
    Click here to find the tutorial at This Mama Makes Stuff
  • Baby Boys Bow Tie 5 of 18
    Baby Boys Bow Tie
    I love these sweet DIY bow ties and plan to make a few for my boy.
    Click here to find the tutorial at Kiki Creates
  • Baby Gift Set 6 of 18
    Baby Gift Set
    What a great idea for a baby boy's shower gift.

    Click here to find the tutorial at Made
  • Fab Travel Chair 7 of 18
    Fab Travel Chair
    I think this idea is so smart. Make your own strap on "high-chair" with these instructions.

    Click here to find the tutorial at This Mama Makes Stuff
  • Baby Boy Onesie with Binding 8 of 18
    Baby Boy Onesie with Binding
    The details on this sweet onesie are so adorable.
    Click here to find the tutorial at Omi Creates
  • How to Make a Swaddle Blanket 9 of 18
    How to Make a Swaddle Blanket
    Swaddling blankets aren't cheap. Wouldn't you love to know how to make your own?
    Click here to find the tutorial at Freshly Picked
  • Monster Tooth Pillow 10 of 18
    Monster Tooth Pillow
    This pillow would be so fun in any little boy's nursery.
    Click here to find the tutorial at Made
  • He’s All Boy Baby Blanket 11 of 18
    He's All Boy Baby Blanket
    This cute blanket will keep your baby boy warm!
    Click here to find the tutorial at This Mama Makes Stuff
  • How to Crochet a Baby Gnome Hat 12 of 18
    How to Crochet a Baby Gnome Hat
    How cute is this hat? I need to make one!
    Click here to find the tutorial at Lorajean's Magazine
  • Dye Your White Onesies 13 of 18
    Dye Your White Onesies
    This idea is genius. It's so difficult to find unadorned onesies in unexpected colors (especially for boys). The options are endless!
    Click here to find the tutorial at Made
  • Easy Jersey Baby Blanket 14 of 18
    Easy Jersey Baby Blanket
    This simple and customizable blanket would be a great project.

    Click here to find the tutorial at Purl Bee
  • Baby Jegging Tutorial 15 of 18
    Baby Jegging Tutorial
    Skinny baby jeans are hard to find. Make your own pair!
    Click here to find the tutorial at Running with Scissors
  • Cozy Football Blanket Pattern 16 of 18
    Cozy Football Blanket Pattern
    My husband would get a kick in wrapping our son in a blanket like this.
    Click here to find the tutorial at Happy Together
  • Cloth Baby Rings 17 of 18
    Cloth Baby Rings
    A simple project that would be great for any baby.
    Click here to find the tutorial at Make It and Love It
  • Felt Baby Shoes 18 of 18
    Felt Baby Shoes
    These shoes are my favorite project listed. They are endlessly customized and perfect for a boy OR a girl.
    Click here to find the tutorial at Purl Bee

In a Do-It-Yourself kind of mood? Check out these 18 Nursery DIY Projects.

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