Craft Roundup: Baby Shower DIY Gifts

Spring brings oodles of celebrations, including loads of baby showers here in southeast Michigan! In honor of all those new arrivals on their way, check out this week's Make It project roundup for some gift ideas – either for a friend or even to make for you – that any family would love to receive.

Footprint Towels

Put those tiny toes to work! Creative Carissa offers up this easy tutorial, which takes a creative turn on capturing babies' footprints.

Tutorial: Vintage Hankie Burp Cloths

Here's a sweet gift to take to the next baby shower you go to. Vintage hankies serve as the colorful backing for these sweet burp cloths.

Downloadable Owl Gift Bags

Who says graduation gifts are just for the older kids? These owl gift bags make for a great gift for the kindergarten or preschool graduate in your life.

Cute Fairy Gardens

Bring the fun of Ann Arbor's fairy doors to your backdoor with this tutorial by Lily Ashbury.

Random Parenting Hacks

Do you have a lot of empty plastic Easter eggs rolling around your house? Parent Hacks' readers' have you covered – check out their tips for giving those eggs a second life.

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