Tuesday, May 17, 2016

20 DIY Projects While Pregnant

           Can’t wait for the baby’s coming? Feels like it’s taking so long? For other people it may seem like time flies so fast but for the pregnant mother it seems like an eternity. That’s because you are waiting =) yes, waiting for someone or something is really hard. The feeling of waiting accompanies the “why? It’s-taking-so-long” feeling. So while you are waiting for that notable event to take place, why not busied yourself with some DIY projects you can surely enjoy making and will make your mind off thinking about that day.

1. Customize Onesies.
Personalize and customize your baby’s onesies by adding cute and cool designs. See full tutorial at eventstocelebrate and other alternative designs at mothersniche.
Fabric Applique Onesie Tutorial - events to CELEBRATE!

2. Burp Cloths
If there is only one baby project I could make I would totally go on making this one. It’s quite easy. Found the whole DIY thing at the happy scraps.

3. Crochet Beard.
I found this ridiculously cute! Wouldn’t you agree? This one is for the baby-boy-mom-to-be.
free pattern for crochet bobble beards, in 4 sizes

4. Bows and flower clips.
Yes, that crochet beard thing is for boys so if you have a girl, this one is for you mommas =) Get your hand busy and make this adorable flower clips and get help from mothersniche.
How to Make Flower Clips

5. Personalized Baby toms
Why not? I would love to do the toddler pattern since my boys are no longer babies. Take a look at these cute tom-inspired shoes at homemade toast.

6. Baby Tights
Oh yes, babies’ tights for cold weather. And one good thing is you can use your old tees if you may.  Visit Rae and say hi.

7. Barefoot Sandals
It may sound like.. whaaaat? Barefoot sandal? =) Yes, it’s actually super cute and super easy to make. You can make one out of elastic like this one mom did at mothersniche.
how to make barefoot sandals

8. Soft Soled Baby Shoes
Those tiny feet mothers love to kiss but so delicate so cover them yet =) Find free pattern and the full tutorial on how to make this cuties at if only they would nap.
baby shoes tutorial

9. Baby Mittens
Two little hands, one-two! You and your baby will surely love these mittens. They have stretchy cuff that will keep them on baby’s hands but not too tight.

Baby Wipes Case Cover
Beautify your wet wipes case by making this simple covering as taught by fearlesslycreativemammas.

11. Warm Baby Bunting
Sleep tight little baby on a cold winter’s day! Keep you baby warm and cozy during those cold months by making a bear suit like this one at xoxograndma.

12. Nursing Scarf
For the breastfeeding moms out there, it’s not yet too late to make one for yourself. And for the nursing moms to be, start making now =)

13. Quilt for the most awaited baby
Every baby’s arrival is considered most awaited, right moms? And while you are waiting for that little girl or boy, keep your hands busy and make him/her a quilt. Great thing about this is that you can use scrap cloths. See tutorial at fearlessly creative mammas.

14. Door Tag
What’s this for? Nap is a precious thing not just for the baby but also for the mother. They say that when the baby is sleeping, mothers should sleep too right? That’s for catching up those sleepless nights. So why not make this “Please Knock, Baby is Sleeping Tag”? It’s helpful!

15. DIY Moby Wrap
It feels great to get so close to babies, snuggle them close to your heart and smell their baby scent. Who close their eyes after reading that? You bet =) This is super easy to do, even if you’re a novice.

16. Baby Blankets
You can make a lot of cute baby blankets with the help of  melissa dark and help keep your baby cozy and warm.

17. Swaddle Blankets
Keep baby warm by swaddling them with your very own home-made blankets. See tutorial at

18. Crib Bumpers
Protect baby from the sides of the crib by making this bumper like what mommy at Vanillajoy did .

double sided crib bumper

19. Baby Mobile
Keep your little one occupied while being changed by looking at this mobile. See full tutorial at boxy colonial.

20. Seat Canopy
Guess you can make this cool and cute baby seat cover by yourself? Yes you can with the help from sawdustgirl
Fabric Car Seat Cover

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