12 cute DIY gifts for newborns

12 cute DIY gifts for newborns

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Give a personal touch to babies' favorite toys.

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Recycled shirt bibs

A creative way to reuse dad's old shirts for the baby. And they are adorable!

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Cot clothes

It takes no more than three minutes to make the crib, but the memories of the baby's first sheets will last forever.

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Wooden mobile

This beautiful and rustic mobile will add rustic charm to the baby's quartz. The best is super simple to do.

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Mittens for the newborn

The adorable little hands of your little one deserve to be protected by these beautiful mittens! These can be made with different fabrics, to make winter or summer versions.

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A loving bunny

A special blanket is one of the basic elements for babies. Small and washable, this bunny can be taken anywhere.

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Toy drums

It's time to give those old cans a makeover. These custom drums will quickly become your favorite toy.

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Headbands with bow

Is there anything sweeter than a baby with ties? These beautiful headbands require little skill, but add a lot of tenderness.

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Cap with ears

This wool hat is as practical as it is adorable. Its simple design makes it the perfect way to keep babies warm.

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Botucos with buttons

These boots are for crawling! The more experienced handyman will love how these lovely little shoes look on the feet of their little ones.

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Sensory cubes

Babies love to explore, and these sensory cubes will be a success as they discover new and exciting textures.
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Pacifier tape

Have you noticed that pacifiers always end up on the floor? Problem solved, in the simplest way.

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