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25 DIY Gifts for Baby's First Christmas

It’s baby’s first Christmas and you want to make the perfect gift for the littlest family member to find under the tree. So what if it’s the wrapping paper they will love the most? They don’t need much, just a little something. A pretty party dress or bow tie? A plush dolly or crinkly robot? How about a play tent or pixie hat? When is a handmade gift more perfect and sweet? Here are 25 first Christmas gifts for baby.

  • Crinkle-bots 1 of 25
    Crinkle-bots
    Every single baby has loved these.
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Crochet Baby Bonnet 2 of 25
    Crochet Baby Bonnet
    Perfect for Christmas or a christening!
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Scrap Busting Hairbows 3 of 25
    Scrap Busting Hairbows
    Celebrate Baby's new found locks with some pretty bows.
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Handcrafted Doll Tutorial 4 of 25
    Handcrafted Doll Tutorial
    So soft and sweet.
    Get the tutorial at Grosgrain Fabulous.
  • Personalized Nursery Art 5 of 25
    Personalized Nursery Art
    The easiest gift for baby, hand or machine embroidered.
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Pretty Party Dress 6 of 25
    Pretty Party Dress
    Make baby her first Holiday dress.
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Elf Hat and Booties 7 of 25
    Elf Hat and Booties
    Perfect for those future embarrassing photos! I kid.
    Get the tutorial at Naptime Crafters.
  • Fabric House 8 of 25
    Fabric House
    I want a whole village.
    Get the tutorial at London Mommy.
  • Modular Star 9 of 25
    Modular Star
    This toy is one gorgeous keepsake.
    Get the tutorial at Sew Mama Sew.
  • How to Make a Bow Tie 10 of 25
    How to Make a Bow Tie
    Get the little dude looking dapper.
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Show and Tell Rabbit 11 of 25
    Show and Tell Rabbit
    Sweet little bunny for under the tree.
    Get the tutorial at Me Sew Crazy.
  • Snow Pixie Hat 12 of 25
    Snow Pixie Hat
    What on earth is cuter than this?
    Get the tutorial at Sew Liberated.
  • Soft Ribbon Blocks 13 of 25
    Soft Ribbon Blocks
    Great scrap busting project.
    Get the tutorial at Zaaberry.
  • 12 Days of Christmas Onesies 14 of 25
    12 Days of Christmas Onesies
    Impressive undertaking with super cute results.
    Get the tutorial at Me Sew Crazy.
  • Softie Flip Doll 15 of 25
    Softie Flip Doll
    A book is always the perfect gift. Why not make one!
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Top-Knot Baby Hat 16 of 25
    Top-Knot Baby Hat
    Keep that little bean warm with a quick jersey hat.
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Wanna Make a Monster 17 of 25
    Wanna Make a Monster
    A stocking stuffed with a rainbow of little monsters.
    Get the tutorial at Crafty is Cool.
  • Drop Bottom Baby Pajamas 18 of 25
    Drop Bottom Baby Pajamas
    Make them or embellish a one-peice.
    Get the tutorial at I Heart Naptime.
  • Simple Snuggly Blanket 19 of 25
    Simple Snuggly Blanket
    The gift of warmth. What else does baby need?
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Leather Baby Shoes 20 of 25
    Leather Baby Shoes
    Cover those sweet baby toes..
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Stray Sock Doll 21 of 25
    Stray Sock Doll
    Genius! Now if only I had some single socks. HA!
    Get the tutorial at Show Tell Share.
  • Hamptons Hooded Beach Towel 22 of 25
    Hamptons Hooded Beach Towel
    A bit of spa luxury for little ones.
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Burp Cloth and Bib Set 23 of 25
    Burp Cloth and Bib Set
    A practical but pretty gift.
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.
  • Play Tent 24 of 25
    Play Tent
    Gordon loves hiding in tents right now.
    Get the tutorial at 2 Little Hooligans.
  • Swaddle Blanket 25 of 25
    Swaddle Blanket
    A gift for the brand new baby.
    Get the tutorial at Prudent Baby.

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