Does your child have a “lovey”? Wouldn’t it be extra sweet if you made it for them? A great DIY baby shower or first birthday idea up on Project Nursery‘s blog tonight – written by yours truly, of course. :)
Welcome to March everyone! Easter is just a few weeks away – what a great excuse to sew a few handmade bows. Check out my Project Nursery post on how to turn a thrifted men’s necktie into an adorable clip-on bow for boys’ shirts or girls’ hair. Bug will be definitely be rockin’ a handmade bowtie this Easter!
How it is that I’m still writing for Project Nursery 2 years strong is kind of a mystery. My kids are 7 & 3 (almost 4) and totally out of the nursery/toddler/baby phase. But, somehow I manage monthly to find DIY ideas that the infant-mom-type might find interesting to read.
Best part is that I get to
stalk convince my friends and neighbors to let me borrow their adorable muffins for photoshoots!
This month I’m sharing a beginner-level sewing tutorial on how to make one of these super cute bandana-style drool bibs. I’ve even included a free pattern! Seriously, where were these adorable things when my kids were spit-up royalty? Think Bug would sport one in place of a winter scarf?!
Spoiler Alert – if we’re friends in real life and you have a baby, you will be getting one (or 3) of these for Christmas! ;)
Is it just me or is everyone having babies? Well, maybe not everyone. Certainly not us.
But if you find yourself in need of a cute baby shower gift, look no further than these adorable DIY washcloth cupcakes. In just the last month I’ve had occasion to gift 4 boxes of these and they’ve always been a huge hit. It’s the perfect inexpensive accompaniment to a gift card and super easy to make – I promise!
Visit Project Nursery for the full tutorial.