All new parents are kind of obsessed with tickling teeny toes, pinching chubby cheeks and reveling in that intoxicating clean baby skin smell. But at some point, you realize that all that baby cuteness needs to be clothed in more than just a diaper… well, at least sometimes! Fortunately, dressing up baby is just as fun as kissing that bare little belly. From bitty booties to bow ties and beanies, we’re sharing 23 jaw-droppin’ cute baby clothing DIYs that you have to try!

1. Knit Bow Scarf: Everyone will be oohing and ahhing over this super sweet + stylish scarf. Umm, can we get one in our size? (via Little Inspiration)

2. Easiest Baby Pants to Sew, Ever: These rubgy-style wide-striped leggings are seriously comfortable, seriously stylish and seriously easy to make. Seriously. (via The Sewing Rabbit)

3. Stenciled Onesies: In the mood to paint something? Try your hand at these lovely stenciled numbers. Baby will proudly wear your work of art! (via Going Home to Roost)

4. Polka Dot Baby Denim: There was that time you vowed you wouldn’t dress your baby up like an adult. But then you met these pants. (via Fawn Over Baby)

5. Circle Skirt: It’s possibly the teensiest, tiniest little skirt we’ve ever seen. Deck out your little babe with this cute piece and prepare to proudly proclaim, “I made it myself.” (via Made)

6. Ruffle Trim Bib: A bib is a bib is a bib. Until you add a ruffle, that is, and then suddenly it gets a lot of attention and all your friends want one for their babies, too. (via See Kate Sew)

7. TOMS-Inspired Baby and Toddler Shoes: You know exactly what brand of shoes these remind you of and just how much you might pay for a pair. Learn how to make your own with this free pattern and tutorial. Super cute and totally comfy! (via Homemade Toast)

8. The Baby in Red Ruffle Top: We just can’t get over how darling this ruffled top really is! If we could wear it, we might just be taking a dip into baby’s closet. (via Sewing in No Man’s Land)

9. Bleach Printed Jumpsuits: Those tired onesies are about to get a major makeover. Apply bleach to a dark onesie with a piece of cork or a cotton bud to create these stunning prints! (via Fellow Fellow)

10. Baby Boy Onesies: Who knew onesies could be so trendy? (via Lovely Indeed)

11. Funky Baby Pants: Proof that serious style is cutest in small packages. If you’re looking for some stylish swag for an upcoming baby shower, here’s a gift that’ll win you fairy godmother status in no time. (via Alisa Burke)

12. Baby Bandanna Bib: With most babies, dealing with drool is a constant. There’s no cooler way to protect those clothes than with a baby bandanna bib. (via How Does She)

13. Star Onesie: We’re not gonna lie, we had a hard time envisioning how leather and baby might collab. Then we met this star-studded onesie, which is proof that leather babywear isn’t so far-fetched after all. (via See Kate Sew)

14. Turban Headband: Turban headbands are for fashion-forward tots. Upcycle a pair of nylons or tights into one of these accessories! (via 123 ChaChaCha)

15. Applique Onesies: Your baby’s sure to look effortlessly chic in these chevron-appliqued onesies. (via U Create)

16. Super Simple Leggings: Leggings are a wardrobe essential for little ones. You can’t have enough leggings on hand, and this tutorial makes it easy to whip up a bunch on a budget. (via Make It and Love It)

17. Sequin Headband: Babies come with a lot of necessary accessories — bottles, blankets, binkies and such — but don’t forget the sparkles! (via Hellobee)

18. Lazy Daisy Baby Jacket and Turban: We’re gushing over this baby jacket and turban set. Knitting isn’t just for Grandma anymore! (via Pickles)

19. Cardigan Onesie: Transform a basic onesie into a cardi, and switch up the style as the mood strikes, with a variety of tiny + interchangeable bow ties. (via Make It And Love It)

20. Baby Bloomers: Minimal sewing skills are needed to put together a pair of these high-class baby bloomers. Your tot can totally use a pair in every color! (via See Kate Sew)

21. Bow Tie Onesies: Little one on the way? These bow tie tops are a must-make! (Sittin Pretty)

22. Lil’ Man Onesie Freezer Paper Stencils: Download and print these stencils, transfer to freezer paper, iron the stencil onto baby’s shirt and finish off with a bit of paint. (via The Alison Show)

23. Moccasins: Get creative with scraps of leather and make these beautiful baby booties. We think these would make an amazing gift! (via A Beautiful Mess)

Which of these bitty baby basics are you dyin’ to DIY? Share your favorites in the comments below!