Nursery Gifts

Make your own Nursery Gift

Below are some great Nursery gifts Mom will love!


Sign in Quilt Wall Art Storage Tote
Sew some fabric squares together with the center square showing the initials of the baby-to-be. Have the guest sign in on the surrounding squares with fabric pens. Hang in the nursery. Frame a shower invitation for the nursery. DIY Storage Tote from Cardboard
Rug Basket Basket
Lacy Throw Rug Pattern Bedside Basket – Tutorial Crochet Basket – Tutorial
Wall Art Fabric Basket Changing Mat
Embellish wood letters with paint, lace and flowers. Fabric Basket – perfect for organizing the nursery – Tutorial. All-in-One Changing Mat – Tutorial
Shabby Chic Pillow Wall Art
Modge Podge photos onto wood initials for a nursery decoration. Turn a pillow into a shabby chic decorations with lace and a photo frame. Using baby’s name make a framed print of power words from each letter. The smaller frame can be your favorite saying or quote.
Upcycle any cardboard box to in a nursery organizer – Tutorial. Use colors to match nursery decor. Great for storage – Tutorial Make “Baskets” Out of Cardboard Boxes. Hot glue jute string around the outside of the box and make liners from drop cloth fabric.
Paint the letter, then cover in mod podge. Then cover with glitter. Then to prevent the glitter from dropping off, spray with Krylon Clear. Cut a tree shape out of thin plywood and paint white, or brown. Crochet a heart garland and string through branches. You could also use or add some faux leaves. Ruffled Waterfall Crib Skirt
Embellish a wood letter. Use a piece of scrapbook paper inside a photo frame. Glue the letter to center of the frame. Hang. Take any photo frame and embellish with faux flowers, leaves, lace, or paper trimmings. Do just the outside of the frame… Or, decorate the entire frame. Take your gift from plain to beautiful quickly and easily.
Use baby’s footprints to make butterfly art. Print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas, etc. Just print off any picture you want, then spray paint a piece of wood black, cut the picture to match the size of the wood. Using Mod podge coat the wood then lay the picture on top. Once it has dried thoroughly, use sandpaper to rough up the edges, then put a layer of mod podge over the picture. paint some eye hooks and use pretty ribbon as a hanger.
Glue wooden letters onto a canvas and spray paint. Thumbprint/Fingerprint Freight Train Tutorial Use a great photo and a baby keepsake to make neat wall art for the nursery.
Button Craft
Know Baby’s Name? Give a cool gift of a button designed, framed letter for baby’s nursery.

Get some drawings that an older child has made and turn them into artwork for the nursery.

On a blank canvas draw/paint/paste a tree with branches and then use buttons to make the leaves.

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