This post may contain affiliate links. I’m all for making baby projects, especially since my kiddos are past the stage of needing them. Since having the triplets, I no longer get baby fever. I’m fairly certain that they removed whatever causes that when they did the c-section. But I love to craft and sew, and we all know that baby projects are the CUTEST! Right?
A baby’s first Christmas is special. Getting baby festive for the season is fun, but can also get expensive for items that a baby will only get to wear maybe a handful of times. If you have a few blank baby onesies and a cutting machine, like a Silhouette, creating Christmas Onesies is simple and budget friendly. If you’re not sure where to start, here are
This is something I’ve wanted (and needed!) to do for a while. I had several stacks of infant towels that the boys have now outgrown. I passed some of them on, but others I kept just for this project. My boys are at the point where they need to be wearing bibs, but most of the bibs at the store aren’t thick enough or secure
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BabyDiapersSavings #CollectiveBias We go through a lot of diapers. And I mean A LOT. When the boys were first born, we went through approximately 30 diapers a day. As they’ve gotten bigger, they can “hold it” longer, so we’ve slacked off to about 20 a day. But that’s
Today’s DIY First Birthday Badge goes along with this week’s Birthday Party Hat. This is another easy, no-sew project. Of course, change the number up to go along with any number birthday! Supplies: Scrap felt in 2 colors Approximately 2 foot of ribbon Pin closure for the back Thin chipboard (heavier than card stock but lighter than cardboard) Hot glue and hot glue gun Begin
There are two things that should be at every kid’s birthday celebration- a pinata and a party hat. If it’s a first birthday, I’ll make an exception for the pinata. After all, the baby will probably have some difficulty with a pinata. But that leaves lots of room for the party hat. Today, I have a fun DIY Felt First Birthday Hat pattern and tutorial