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Having a baby is a very exciting time. To help you feel prepared for your arrival, we have put together a list of essentials to take to the hospital so you’re ready when your bundle of joy arrives. Devoted to qualitypersonalized toys,...


Having a baby is a very exciting time. To help you feel prepared for your arrival, we have put together a list of essentials to take to the hospital so you’re ready when your bundle of joy arrives.

Devoted to qualitypersonalized toys, our Baby Collection has been crafted for safety, adhering to the highest standards. We are proudly the first official bed linen partner of SIDS and Kids.

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Essentials for your new bub.

For bed time.Swaddle wrapsSleep bagsCot blankets

For bath time.Hooded towels

For heading home.Pram blanketsOnesiesMitten and bootie setsBeanie and bib setsSnuggly toysBaby bag for mum and dad

A checklist of comfortable loungewear pieces for mum.

RobeSlippersSleep pantsKnit cardigansCosmetic bagT shirts

Our Kids and Baby Collection is now available in our 35 David Jones Kids and Baby concepts Australia wide.

Here’s another fun embellishment you can whip up with a recycled t-shirt and a few minutes: a french pouf.You can make ’em in any size and with any pouffiniess-quotient you desire, then wear as a brooch, a corsage, in your hair, on your shoes, on kid clothing, etc. Or put some on sticks and make a centerpiece for your table. Learn how to make a french pouf from a t-shirt after the jump…How to Make a French Pouf from a T Shirt

Your bathroom is one of the most important rooms in your house, so why shouldn’t you have exactly what you want? Having your bathroom designed from the ground upwards will provide many benefits over buying pre-made fixtures.

I had a few hours yesterday (I know, lucky, right?) so I made Miss Quinn a quick little dress using Jaime’s “Pillowcase” Dress tutorial. I can’t believe I’ve waited this long! It was so fast and fun and I love the finished frock!I made a few tweaks. Read on to get the scoop on my DIY “Pillowcase” Dress.I only had 1/2 yard of this adorable Kokka Jolis Copains Owls Blue so my dimensions were 20″ wide by 16″ tall and my neck width was 10″. This fit Quinn (14 months) as a short dress and Clare (3T) as a long top.? To maximize the length of my dress, I finished the bottom with 1/2″ double-fold bias tape that I made from Joel Dewberry Flower Fields Lake with my new bias tape maker from Simplicity. If you need a refresher on making bias tape, see Jaime’s excellent Bias Tape Tutorial. I used the same bias tape as my tie at the top.Clare was very sad that I made Quinn a an owl dress, I need to grab more of this fabric before it’s gone!I love how the patterned bias tape gives it an unmistakable handmade look. If you haven’t tried The “Pillowcase” Dress Tutorial or if you’re a little afraid to make your first dress, try this! It’s awesome!

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