I finished a baby blanket for my sister-in-law. It was so easy and fun you really should do one.
You will need one panel of white flannel about 40 by 40 inches. Seven or more prints in a variety of colors. I had two, 5 in. squares leftover from a charm pack and three pieces big enough to get an 6 1/2 in., eight in. and a nine in. circle from and a few smaller pieces. I starched them 4-6 times, using my iron ( no steam) to dry them in-between each application. when they were nice and stiff I laid them on the flannel and decided where I wanted them. Then I used my disappearing glue stick just around the edges and pressed them firmly in place on the flannel. To secure them in place, I used the blanket stitch on my sewing machine and went around each circle using white thread, or you can use different colors to compliment each printed fabric circle.
I didn't quilt it, I just cut the minkee backing to match the top, approximately 30 by 35 and sewed that cute polka dot flannel binding on to complete the quilt. I machine sewed the binding on the back and then flipped it to the front and used the quilt edge as a guide to get as straight a line as I could. It's little bit of a fudging process but if you stay as consistent as possible you will be very happy with it. I pinned quite a bit when I sewed the binding on because without quilting, the front and the back need a lot more help to stay together.