It’s a fact of life that baby clothes, cute as they are, can get stained pretty easily. And once they’re stained beyond saving, they’re no good for donation or hand-me-downs. I took some unsalvageable clothes and made them into cute crinkly baby toys by covering the stained areas with dollar store ribbon. And know what? This is my six month-old son’s favorite toy! For this project, I busted into my old baby clothes stash and my stash of baby wipes envelopes (yes, sadly I have a stash of them… I just KNOW I can do something with them! Or maybe I need to join a support group for trash hoarders.) [Get the details on how to make this toy over in my post at AmazingMoms]

I’m going to bring you more clothing remake projects this week, so if you have any good ones, feel free to leave a link in the comments here!

Project Materials:

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  • Old stained clothes, on hand
  • Ribbon, on hand or $1 and up
  • Baby wipes envelope or crinkly cellophane, on hand
  • Sewing stuff, on hand

Total: FREE and up