Baby toys, particularly educational baby toys, can cost a lot of money. Unfortunately, babies tend to grow tired of their toys or outgrow them so quickly that you may think you’ve bought them for nothing. Plus, so many manufactured toys can be harmful and contain chemicals and other materials that just aren’t safe for your little one. The solution? Homemade baby toys, of course!

Make Your Own Soft Baby Blocks

Baby toys, particularly educational baby toys, can cost a lot of money. Unfortunately, babies tend to grow tired of their toys or outgrow them so quickly that you may think you’ve bought them for nothing.

Make your own soft baby blocks in under an hour with a Cricut Maker! Quick and easy to make, and a great gift for any new mom! Get the tutorial from Practically Functional.

Easy Silicone Teething Necklace Tutorial

Baby toys, particularly educational baby toys, can cost a lot of money. Unfortunately, babies tend to grow tired of their toys or outgrow them so quickly that you may think you’ve bought them for nothing.

This easy silicone teething necklace tutorial shows you how to create a fun, baby-friendly teething/nursing necklace to keep little hands busy! Get the tutorial from The Artisan Life.

Owl Amigurumi Free Pattern

Baby toys, particularly educational baby toys, can cost a lot of money. Unfortunately, babies tend to grow tired of their toys or outgrow them so quickly that you may think you’ve bought them for nothing.

An easy and free pattern to make these cute owls. Perfect for crochet beginners. Full photo tutorial on how to reach the final outcome. Get the tutorial from Akamatra.

DIY Plush Kitties And Clouds Nursery Mobile

Baby toys, particularly educational baby toys, can cost a lot of money. Unfortunately, babies tend to grow tired of their toys or outgrow them so quickly that you may think you’ve bought them for nothing.

Learn how to make this sweet DIY for your babes nursery with plush kitties, clouds, and felt balls. This mobile is lovingly nicknamed “Dreaming of Kitties”. Get the tutorial from Squirrelly Minds.

Cuddly Koala Free Crochet Lovey Pattern

Baby toys, particularly educational baby toys, can cost a lot of money. Unfortunately, babies tend to grow tired of their toys or outgrow them so quickly that you may think you’ve bought them for nothing.

Make this free crochet lovey pattern for your favorite little marsupial. The koala works up quickly using only one skein and some scrap yarn, which makes it a perfect baby shower gift idea. Get the tutorial from Make & Do Crew.

DIY Baby Crinkle Toy

Baby toys, particularly educational baby toys, can cost a lot of money. Unfortunately, babies tend to grow tired of their toys or outgrow them so quickly that you may think you’ve bought them for nothing.

This DIY crinkle toy is cute and will be sure to entertain your baby! This project is a variation on the wooden teething toy tutorial, but with an extra appeal: a noisy crinkle for a sensory experience! Get the tutorial from See Kate Sew.

Easter Bunny Softies From Socks

Baby toys, particularly educational baby toys, can cost a lot of money. Unfortunately, babies tend to grow tired of their toys or outgrow them so quickly that you may think you’ve bought them for nothing.

Instead of giving chocolate this Easter, get crafty and make these adorable rabbits from little socks. Soft toys made from socks are fairly quick to make and don’t require a lot of sewing. What are you waiting for? Hop to it. Get the tutorial from Envato Tuts.

Save these ideas about DIY Baby Toys for later! Don’t forget to follow A Matter of Style on Instagram for more great decorating ideas or check out some of the gift decorations available in store.

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