Recycled DIY Toy For Baby

Did you know that on average Americans spend more than $300 per year on toys. That’s per child. I hear you, that’s a lot of $$ spend on plastic (mostly).

So before you hit the toy store to buy another Toy for baby consider making one.

homemade baby toy

Don’t you just adore those moments (of course you do!) when a baby laughs and giggles so hard that his eyes have tears and the hands are going up and down super fast.  (I know I have see this a lot).

This homemade toy for baby is great because baby can hold it in his arm and make some noise with those bottle caps. He can pull those caps back and forth on the rope. It’s very colorful and it’s good to sharpen your teeth on occasionally.

Things you will need to make toy for baby:

  • plastic bottle caps
  • rope
  • screw driver

It’s basically free, isn’t?

homemade toy for baby



Before you start, make sure to wash and dry those bottle caps really good with warm soap water. There is a chance this toy will be going to someone’s mouth.

Also check if there is not sharp edges on those bottle caps.make baby toy

1. Using screwdriver make holes in the bottle caps.

2. Make sure they are bigger than the width of the rope so the caps can slide easily.

3. Tie a not at the end of the rope

4. Pile the caps on the rope.

It’s that easy.

I made couple variations of this toy. One was with two ropes tied together on top and the bottoms were hanging loose and another one was made like a bracelet: one rope with tied ends together.

Experiment and be creative. There could be many variations of this toy.


baby toy 7 baby toys It might be the very favorite toy, just because you made it with a lot of love and thought.

This is the second part of my short Homemade Toys for Baby series. Check out the 3 in 1 Homemade Baby Toy.

making baby toy

And the “Shaking Toy”.

shaking baby toy

And if you have older kids make sure to check out my Homemade Toys category or check out my Homemade Toys for Kids Ebook.


3 thoughts on “Recycled DIY Toy For Baby”

    1. Birute Efe

      Thank you Emma! I hope you guys create a great toy!

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