I pinned this tutorial from Thimbly Things; it's a bib, and yes, bibs have been done, but to me this is worth a mention because: A.) I've never made them before B.) It used materials I had on hand.
SO, I won't tell you EXACTLY how I made them, because you should click the link above for the whole tutorial :) But, in a nutshell... trace existing bib onto denim and print
Embellish the denim if you wish (check out the stitches in the link above!) then sew nearly all the way around with right sides together. I put left a 2 inch opening on the bottom of the bib so it would be easier to flip the bib right side out.
Flip right side out, press, then topstitch around the edge to close up the opening you left in the first seam and make the bib look finished. I did a really good job doing this, with a straight seam and everything... Ha.
Actually, the first one I made needed extra binding because I sewed too close to the edge, so I used bias tape. Hopefully, you won't have this problem :)
The last thing to do is to add a closure. I used snaps, but you could use velcro if you wanted.
Wrap them up with an adorable gift tag and give them to a little babe you know! Or, put them on your 2 year old who drools like a St. Bernard.... whatevs.