Children’s clothes are so adorable: there are so many amazingly cute styles, colors, and patterns, that it is simply impossible to discard them. Besides, they only wear these clothes for a short time, growing up quickly.
Babies grow up so fast that your little one can sometimes wear their outfit only once before it gets too young. What to do with all these adorable clothes for toddler girls acquired at The Trendy Toddlers shop if you don’t want to dispose of them or give them someone?
8 Creative Ideas to Transform Clothes of Your Baby
If you are one of the people who love sewing and doing something with your hands, here is the list of possible things you can do from the clothes of your baby.
1. Stuffed Toys
They can be sewn from the bodysuits of your baby, from your T-shirts, and other knitwear. These toys can live in your home for decades. Holding in your hands a small teddy bear made from the clothes you wore as an infant is the best memory for your kid.
2. Baby Blanket
It is a great idea for those who are becoming grandparents. Imagine how great it is to present your child with a newborn blanket made from baby clothes! And it’s 100% cotton.
3. Doll Blanket and Doll Clothes
Your toddler can cover toys with a blanket made from their own clothes. It’s a cycle that continues to pass on baby clothes from generation to generation, and you can use all kinds of bodysuits and other outfits to create such a cute little blanket.
Transform their favorite outfits into amazing pillows of all shapes and sizes: for dolls, for a car, for an armchair, a sofa, even for a pet. You can take a ready-made pillow and just sew a pillowcase for it.
5. Headbands and Bracelets
All little girls love pretty headbands and this is a great way to keep some of their favorite little outfits. It is so simple! You simply cut an elastic waistband from a skirt or pants and then decorate it with a rose or ribbon from the rest of the material.
6. A Book With Clasps
Toddlers can learn how to button and even tie all the pieces of clothing when you take these pieces and make a soft book or separate sheets from their fragments. The book is really soft, so it is ideal for the little ones (just sew on the buttons tight).
7. Textile Bouquets
If you’re looking for a way to keep some of your baby’s bodysuits and other small pieces of clothing in their entirety, create cute bouquets of baby clothes and just put them in the nursery. You only need to roll them beautifully, tie tightly and pick up the fabric in which you will wrap the bouquet.
It is a real learning tool. Convert old pieces of children’s clothing into a large plush alphabet.
Depending on your preference, you may only need a few pieces of clothing if you want parts of the alphabet to match in color and design.
Which of the above ideas do you like most of all? If you have your own creative solutions, feel free to share them.