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DIY Gold Leather Shoes
Outfitting your ever growing child can be expensive so learn how to make clothes for your little one with 20 amazing DIY ideas. From simple sewing patterns to iron on transfer designs there are tons of creative ideas on how to make stylish clothes for your infant without spending much money.
Save money on baby shoes by making durable leather shoes for your precious little one by cutting an inexpensive piece of leather using a Silhouette machine. Learn how to make your own set of gold leather... shoes at Andrea's Notebook.Continue to 2 of 20 below.
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DIY Rhinestone Onesie
Showcase your child's name by making them a custom rhinestone onesie with their name as crafted by Thinking Closet. To make your own you will need a Silhouette machine with the rhinestone template kit and a regular onesie.Continue to 3 of 20 below.
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DIY Comfy Leggings
Keep your child's legs warm by adding a pair of comfy handmade leggings to their outfit. This handy guide by Make It Love It shows how to easily sew a pair of leggings using two pieces of fabric.Continue to 4 of 20 below.
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DIY Fleece Cardigan
Keep them warm while they play outdoors with a soft fleece cardigan that has a super cute flower accent. This DIY fleece cardigan uses a rather simple pattern and utilizes inexpensive fleece as the fabric so you can easily make it affordably. To view the tutorial visit The Sewing Rabbit.Continue to 5 of 20 below.
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In the warmer weather give your child some stylish sandals with a elastic band on the heel to keep them nice and snug on their feet while they roll, crawl or walk outside. To make a set of these tiny sandal perfect for children 3 to 6 months old pick up a piece of vinyl and head over to Make It Love It to read the tutorial.Continue to 6 of 20 below.
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DIY Playful Onesies
These gender neutral onesie would be a perfect gift for a baby shower where you might not be sure of the child's gender. Thinking Closet offers three free templates including homegrown, Settlers of Catan, and a playful salsa dancing themed design that can be cut onto heat transfer vinyl and ironed onto a plain onesie.Continue to 7 of 20 below.
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DIY Newborn Headband
Add some flair to a newborn's outfit with this DIY floral headband created by The Pinterest Project that is made out of an old pair of tights.Continue to 8 of 20 below.
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DIY Reversible Baby Slippers
Get two looks with these reversible baby slippers that have two different patterns one inside and one outside so you can easily match your child's slippers to their outfit. Learn how to keep your child's toes warm with these DIY reversible baby slippers designed by Say Yes.Continue to 9 of 20 below.
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DIY Infant Pants
Sew your child a pair of these loose fitting infant pants in half an hour using the tutorial at Oh Everything Handmade.Continue to 10 of 20 below.
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DIY Dinosaur Onesie
Encourage your child's creativity by letting them pretend to be dinosaur while wearing this DIY onesie. Without a doubt, all the adults who see your child in this dinosaur costume are sure to swoon over how cute your child looks in it. Read the full dinosaur onesie tutorial at Andrea's Notebook.Continue to 11 of 20 below.
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DIY Silhouette Onesies
Using a Silhouette machine create your own stencils to cut fabric shapes to go onto the onesie. Learn how to make your own cute silhouette onesies with the step-by-step guide at Polka Dot Chair.Continue to 12 of 20 below.
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DIY A-Line Dress
Dress her up in this easy to customize A-line dress which you can sew together and decorate with iron on appliqué. Get the free pattern at Seasoned Homemaker.Continue to 13 of 20 below.
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DIY Interchangeable Bow Tie Onesie
We absolutely adore this creative DIY bow tie onesie with snaps that let you change the color of bow tie that goes onto the outfit. Learn how to sew the bow ties and attach a snap to a regular onesie by reading the helpful guide at Make It Love It.Continue to 14 of 20 below.
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DIY Heart Onesie
Take a regular white onesie and embellish it with a big heart using heat transfer vinyl in less than 10 minutes. Learn how to make a DIY heart onesie over at It Happens In A Blink.Continue to 15 of 20 below.
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DIY Ruffled Bottom Onesie
This DIY ruffled bottom onesie is super adorable! Learn how this playful girly onesie that uses ribbon to create the ruffle by reading the tutorial at See Vanessa Craft.Continue to 16 of 20 below.
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DIY Little Guy Necktie
Is your family heading to an important event where everyone is dressing up? If so why not make a necktie for your son to wear too! The super simple guide on how to make a DIY necktie perfect can be found at The DIY Mommy.Continue to 17 of 20 below.
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DIY Drawstring Pants
Perfect as pants or even pajama pants these DIY drawstring pants are super easy to sew. Learn how to make a pair over at The Sewing Rabbit.Continue to 18 of 20 below.
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DIY Duck Applique Onesie
Add a cute duck to any regular onesie by downloading the free duck fabric template for onesies offered at Thinking Closet.Continue to 19 of 20 below.
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DIY Baby Slippers
Make some patterned shoes that are perfect for newborns up to children 6 months old using the free template offered by Nifty Thrifty Things.Continue to 20 of 20 below.
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DIY Monogrammed Onesie
Using acrylic paint and fabric medium paint on a custom monogram onto a baby onesie to create an outfit that would make a lovely keepsake. Read the tutorial at Just A Girl And Her Blog.