20 DIY Christmas Gifts for Baby

20 DIY Baby Gifts for Christmas

Christmas Christmas time is here. Time to find Christmas gifts for all of those loved ones near and dear. But what about baby?

Save some money and make some memories by creating a handmade gift for you baby’s first Christmas. From baby blocks to hand puppets to a fun water toy, here are gifts that are affordable, simple to make and most can be kept as a keepsake!

Check Out 20 DIY Christmas Gifts for Baby
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  • Sun Ray Toy 1 of 20
    Sun Ray Toy
    Joel made the design very easy to hold for your little ones!
    Learn how to make this Sun Ray Toy at Made By Joel
  • Baby Blocks 2 of 20
    Baby Blocks
    Darling baby blocks for little hands.
    Check out this tutorial from Make Your Own Baby Stuff
  • DIY Board Book 3 of 20
    DIY Board Book
    Put your baby's favorites in a DIY board book.
    Learn how to make this at Naptime Crafters
  • Stuffed Monster 4 of 20
    Stuffed Monster
    Stuffed monsters? How cute are these?
    Get the low down on how to make these darlings on HubPages
  • Baby Shoes! 5 of 20
    Baby Shoes!
    What baby doesn't need adorable baby shoes?
    Check out these DIY Baby Shoes on Babble
  • Plush Alphabet Magnets 6 of 20
    Plush Alphabet Magnets
    Forget those old school plastic letter. Introduce baby to ABCs with these fun plush alphabet magnets.
    Check out the tutorial over on We Are All Mad Here
  • Water Toys 7 of 20
    Water Toys
    Bath time fun toys. These simple sponges are a fun, simple to make and way too cute. Stocking stuffer?
    Get the deets on how to make these at Mox and Molly
  • Make Hair Bows! 8 of 20
    Make Hair Bows!
    Hair bows, yes please. Gift your little girl with one of these bows.
    We have a huge assortment of hair bows tutorials here on Baby's First Year.
  • Rattle Bag 9 of 20
    Rattle Bag
    Shake, shake, shake that rattle bag!
    DIY Father shows us how to make this.
  • Tissue Can 10 of 20
    Tissue Can
    A tissue can for busy hands.
    Learn how to make this over a DIY Father
  • Glitter Bottle 11 of 20
    Glitter Bottle
    How fun is this glitter bottle. If the baby enjoys it half as much as me, this gift will be a success.
    DIY Father shows us how to make a glitter bottle.
  • Roll Around Bottle 12 of 20
    Roll Around Bottle
    This roll around bottle will keep your baby busy.
    Learn how to make this over at DIY Father
  • Playdough 13 of 20
    Playdough
    Not only is this playdough cheap to make, if baby eats it - no worries, the ingredients are all natural and edible. Though we wouldn't recommend baby eating it!
    Learn how to make playdough at Make Baby Stuff
  • Giraffe Sock Puppet 14 of 20
    Giraffe Sock Puppet
    How darling is this giraffe sock puppet?
    Craft JR shows us how to make it!
  • Ruffled Onesie 15 of 20
    Ruffled Onesie
    What better way to compliment cute baby legs than a ruffled onesie.
    U Create Crafts shows us how to make this.
  • Loop Baby Toy 16 of 20
    Loop Baby Toy
    This sweet loop baby toy will be clasped forever in your baby's hands.
    Learn how to make him one at herbsthandmade.blogspot.com
  • Crinkle Felt Baby Toys 17 of 20
    Crinkle Felt Baby Toys
    I can hear the crinkle now! Make this for your baby this Christmas.
    Craft Stylish shows us how to make these crinkle felt baby toys.
  • Cabled Baby Beanie 18 of 20
    Cabled Baby Beanie
    A darling little handmade hat for a darling little baby.
    A tutorial on how to make over at The DIY Mommy
  • Baby Tutu 19 of 20
    Baby Tutu
    Every little girl must have a tutu. This is surprisingly easy to make.
    Check out this DIY over at The DIY Mommy
  • Tag Monster Toy 20 of 20
    Tag Monster Toy
    How fun is this tag monster toy? Baby will love playing with the various tags.
    Craftzine shows us how to make this Tag Monster Toy.

What is Your Favorite DIY Baby Gift Your Baby Has Received?

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