I had such a hard time narrowing this down to ten handmade gift ideas for the little ones. Now if I could just find an excuse to make a few of these!
You can make a gift for even the littlest on your list with this Wood Ring Baby Teether from Skip to my Lou.
Obviously you'll want to take into account whether your recipient has an appropriate place to play with these indoor Fabric Frisbees from Make and Takes. Mine would have been bouncing off the basement walls with them.
This Pocket Picture Book from Fabric Mutt is only limited by the interesting fabric you can find, and we all know that's not even an issue.
Get your pint-sized artist started making their own book with these Printable Comic Book Templates from Kids Activities Blog.
This is a kid-friendly gift for sure, but I don't think I'm too old for this Tangram-esque Fabric Puzzle from Beauty All Around.
This Hidden Pocket Pillowcase from It's Just Sewing would be great for that social butterfly to take along to sleepovers.
One of the things I love about this Hot Wheels Shadow Box from Hot Wheels is that they attached the cars with Velcro, so they could be rearranged when the mood strikes.
These Printable Dress Up Dolls Play Dough Mats from Moms Crafters are a version of paper dolls that fits right into our 3D printing world.
This 10 Minute Teddy Bear Sleeping Bag from Gluesticks is a great way to add a little handmade to a store bought stuffed animal or doll.
I just love the adorable task dots on this DIY Clock for Kids from Cutesy Crafts.
I love curating my Friday Favorites each week, and I want to make sure that the talented people who have created these projects are fully acknowledged for their work. Before you pin or share, please click through the link or photo to the originating website. You can also find all the projects each week on my Friday Favorites Pinterest board. Thank you!