A taggie is a toy for babies meant to develop their motor and tactile skills, hand-eye coordination and sensory stimulation. These are performed by different tags attached to the toy, bright color and various textile materials ( felt, silk, satin, cotton ), nice appliques and embroidery. Such taggie toys are easy to DIY and you can easily make one or two of a desired look and color. Need some ideas? Here they are!
Why is it that no matter how fascinating or expensive a toy is, children are often just as (if not more) interested in the box it came in? Like empty boxes, there are many things that your baby gravitates to, and often they aren’t the ones you can expect. One of those unexpected things is fabric tags. Your baby will enjoy running her or his fingers along the different types of ribbon, pulling them out one at a time and squishing it all together. It is great fine motor practice and this quick recycled project turned out to be fantastic for quiet play.
Do you remember when taggie toys first hit the baby scene? It was crazy such a simple concept could make cause such a fuss. But that seems to be the way of innovation doesn’t it? This tutorial will tell you how to make a super cute and bold taggie toy, which can become a nice gift for the baby shower. Read how to make it and go!
Your little child can be whipped up in under an hour with some scraps of fabric and ribbon. The only other thing you need is some hobbyfill (stuffing). Choose ribbon and fabric with different textures and patterns to make it more interesting to play with. It would also be cool to put a rattle or bell in the middle of this, get inspired!
Tag blankets are a fun, portable way for babies to explore textures, colors and feeling with their hands. They’re basically a toy that doesn’t squeak, squawk, or make noise (which is awesome). They’re completely washable and can fit in almost any pocket of any bag. This would make an awesome gift for a baby shower. And they’re so easy to make, you could make a couple with various patterns and textures to keep baby guessing.
This toy is two in one, it’s a teething toy with tags that represents a hedgehog, so cool ad so functional, your baby will be delighted! Choose any colors you like and make sure that the yarn is totally safe for the child. The project is quick and very cool and can make a nice baby shower gift, too.
If your baby is interested in toys with texture lately, introduce a tag toy! I’ve seen a bunch of cute tag piece. There are lots of tag blankets through Pinterest, but there are smaller and easier options to grab and bring everywhere you want. This tutorial will tell you how to make a monogram tag toy with fun ribbon tags and a crinkly interior. This cute monogram tag toy is such a fun and simple sewing project; plus you can personalize the monogram, so it makes a great baby shower gift for friends or family! You do need a sewing machine (unless you don’t mind doing a ton of sewing by hand) but it’s not at all complicated, so don’t worry!
This cute horse toy with tags is an amazing idea for your kid and it looks super pretty. Making one won’t be difficult – just follow the instructions and your very own and unique baby toy is done. All you have to do is to use your imagination and creative energy to utilize the materials you have in your stash.
There are a lot of tutorials for tag toys, but the author loved the idea of adding a monogram to the toy. Handmade gifts are already so special, but anything with the baby’s first initial or their name makes it that much more special. Your friends would love these toys for their new babies! These make perfect baby shower gifts because they’re so cute, useful, and an easy sew! And if you didn’t know already, anything crinkly or anything with tags are baby gold. The noise and the tags hold the attention of those tiny tiny fingers, and of course mouths.
These soft blocks feature tags, which makes them super functional and cool – you get two toys in one! Each of these blocks has two sides of soft minky fabric, two coordinating cotton prints, and a variety of ribbons. This project is a great ribbon stash buster. It is fun to go through a pile of ribbon scraps and find different colors and textures that coordinated with your fabrics.
It’s a known fact that babies frequently prefer playing with non-playthings, so you’ll find them having fun with the toy’s packaging instead of the toy or the tag on the toy instead of the toy’s other features, which is why taggies are so popular. This crinkle taggie baby toy just like that brand with your fabric and ribbon scraps that feel great for little hands to touch, and a surprising upcycled material that makes that wonderful crinkling and crackling sound that is just fascinating for big and little ears alike! These sensorial toys are really so simple to make and only take about 15 minutes to make a couple of them. What do you say? Want to learn how to make a crinkle taggie baby toy for all the sweet little ones in your life? Well, then, go ahead to the tutorial.
This toy would be a perfect addition to any baby shower gift; and anything that doesn’t light up, flash, or make weird sounds is a welcoming addition to playtime! What I totally love aobut this taggie is that it features a jelly fish – such an unusual idea for a tag toy! If your friend is having a nautical or beach baby shower, it’s a perfect idea.