19 diy Wood baby ideas

DIY Ruler Growth Chart

Ruler Growth Chart This DIY Ruler Growth Chart tutorial is a perfect project for a keepsake and hanging art for the kids rooms! Easy instruction to build a Ruler Growth Chart!

How to Make a Wooden Baby Gym

Learn how to make a wooden baby gym with this helpful step by step guide

Wood Baby Rattle

Beautiful wood baby rattles, handmade in Los Angeles by Knotwork LA.  Each comes with it’s own 1oz. jar of woodwax.  Gorgeous, tactile wood quality and lovely rattle sounds make this perfect for any baby. Available in walnut, white oak or cherry wood in either a circular or oblong shape. Due to the natural material, white oak varies in color per batch.

Abacus Wood – wooden counting toy, wood abacus, learning toys, Montessori Waldorf learning, abacus toy, homeschooling

This organic, unfinished wooden abacus is a great tool to teach numbers and arithmetic to kids. A classic learning activity that can be used to teach simple math, like counting, addition and subtraction. Sanded smooth and left unfinished for that natural look. Made of the best quality melia wood and beechwood. It has 20 wooden beads, perfect size for young learners and their small hands. SIZE: 9” /23cm (W) x 7”/18cm (H) x 3” / 7cm (D). AGE RANGE Small parts. Not for children under 3yrs. Back to our shop : https://www.etsy.com/shop/beigebois

How to Make a Wooden Baby Rattle | Made by Mitch

My new nephew was born a month ago, and it was right around christmas time so I decided to make this little toy rattle for him. I used a piece of oak and made my own kid safe finish for this and it tu

Natural Stork Wooden Mobile

The wooden flying stork is the most elegant out of the bunch. Yet he is also the biggest out of all of them. And it is because of his size that when he starts flying, his movement is absolutely exquisite and even calming. You just can’t take your eyes off of him. The stork is the original mobile that started everything. Just like storks bring babies, once he was created he has brought all his other friends “to life”. He is handmade out of spruce wood, weighed out by hand, and hand painted. The stork is completely kept in his natural wooden design to bring out the beauty of the wood and its patterns. The flying stork is not a toy, it is a hangable accessory meant for any room in the house. His movement is mesmerizing and will enchant young and old minds alike. It’s a beautiful and meaningful handmade gift that smells like nature’s forests. It will make everyone happy, but is especially perfect for mommy’s with newborn babies ❤ 🙂 wingspan: 32 inch/ 82 cm length: 28 inch/ 70 cm weight: around 2 pounds

Wooden Baby Gym + Natural Wood Toys

Wooden baby gym made of smooth, sanded pine wood. FREE drawstring play gym storage bag included. Designed for babies with moms and dad in mind. Folds for easy storage. Ships in 1-3 days from UT, USA.

Craftaholics Anonymous® | DIY Baby Gym Tutorial with Free Printables

Make your own DIY Baby Gym with this Easy to Follow Tutorial with Free printable patterns for the soft toys. The Sleepy Rainbow Cloud toy is a hit!

Baby Age Blocks – Scrap Wood Series #6 |

If you’re just joining, welcome to the Bitterroot Scrap Wood Series! Head over to Day 1 to catch the beginning of the shenanigans, as well as our exciting news. Long story short – I’m sharing a new scrap wood project every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in May and this is Day 6! Our close []

DIY Gifts for Kids – Painted houses

Save money and make DIY gifts for the kids this year! These wooden toy projects are simple to achieve but make great gifts for little ones.

Wooden Baby Blocks Babyshower Craft // DIY – Pure Sweet Joy

Use wooden blocks to make baby blocks as a fun DIY activity at the next baby shower. Or, just make your own for your baby!

Spell Well Name Puzzle

Wooden name puzzles should be keepsakes for life. Spell Well Name Puzzles are individually customized for your little one, and made to last long after childhood has passed. 3-9 letters optional: add a shape (only available on puzzles 7 letters or less) optional: add a message on the back A-Z uppercase only no lowercase or special characters We create each puzzle one-at-a-time in our family’s red barn wood shop.  Finished with our organic oil/beeswax blend. Letters are 2.75″ tall x 0.25″ thick. Bases are 4″ tall x 0.5″ thick and 8″ – 23″ in length.

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Hand-crafted realistic wooden tool set with movable elements Covered with natural oil and perfectly polished

DIY Pallet Moon Cradle Tutorial

DIY Pallet Moon Cradle Tutorial: Baby cradle from recycled pallets diy tutorial with free plan and video. Easy and purchase available

How to Make a Wooden Baby Gym

Learn how to make a wooden baby gym with this helpful step by step guide

DIY Wooden Building Blocks – How Wee Learn

Today I am bringing you a fabulous DIY. Well, actually it’s not me who’s bringing it so to speak, but it is completely fabulous. A friend of mine made me these incredible DIY building blocks and today she is bringing us all the tutorial. This means in no time at all we will all be…Read More »

How to Build a DIY Stool Tower Kitchen Helper for Toddlers & Small Children (Plans) – Building Our Rez

How to plan, cut, build, construct & assemble a DIY wood kitchen helper stool tower for standing or walking babies, toddlers & small kids for cheap with dimensional hardware store lumber. $34 for all materials to craft this quick & easy kid stool for helping in the kitchen, at the table or in the crafting room. #toddler #stool #kitchen #children #helper #diy #woodworking How to plan, cut, build & assemble a DIY wood kitchen helper stool tower for babies, toddlers & small kids for cheap with dimensional hardware store lumber.

Scrappy Selfie | DIY Craft for Kids

Looking for some fun art projects for kids? DIY guru Monica Mangin has simple ones to keep them entertained, like this DIY growth chart that tracks their height while helping them practice measuring skills.

How to Make a Wooden Puzzle

Make your own stand-up puzzles from scrap wood! These also make great gifts and are perfect as an entry-level project for older kids/teens to get them interested in woodworking. When I was little, I used to spend my visits to my great-grandmother’s house taking apart and putting back together a wooden elephant puzzle she kept on her living room table. I remember being fascinated by the way each piece interlocked, how well-worn it was (the wood was so soft and smooth from years of playing with it), and how it could stand up on its own once finished — rather