Looking for a great gift idea this holiday season? Try a family fun gift basket. Put everything in to have some family fun and give it to your own family or anyone on your gift giving list. A large basket full of things to do together as a family makes a great gift for Christmas or anytime of the year.
Jen with 100 Directions is back again this month and this time she has an adorable gift idea for the kids! Get started on your own DIY paper doll activity set to give to any child on your gift giving list.
Make your own cute take-along paper doll purse to carry all those cute paper dolls. This DIY paper doll activity set makes a great handmade gift that can be personalized and added to easily. Today I’ll show you how you can turn a regular mini photo book into this cute activity book, perfect for small paper dolls… and no sewing required!
This EOS lip balm snow globe is the perfect addition to Craft Lightning Day 2. This is a really unique way to gift an EOS lip balm to anyone on your Christmas list. Plus you will only need a few supplies to make this great gift in a jar. If you love quick and easy holiday crafts, you will want to catch up with what you missed from day 1 of Craft Lightning. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post where there are more holiday crafts that take 15 minutes or less to complete.
A handmade gift of animal bibs for baby is perfect for the holidays or even an upcoming baby shower. The best part is that they are super easy to make and really inexpensive. That is my kind of handmade gift y’all. Follow along below to see how to make all four versions of these animal bibs for baby. Make one, two, or even all four for holiday gifts.
This fingerprint Christmas ornament is perfect to make with those little ones. Use two thumbprints to make a reindeer that you will be able to remember fondly year after year. I love filling my tree with special ornaments that bring a smile to my face when I pull them out during the holidays. I decided to do a few with my grandson this year and this one was on the top of my list. This post is sponsored by Elmer’s however all projects and opinions are my own.
Make this wood blocks puzzle as a handmade gift idea for any toddler or pre-school aged child on your gift giving list. This is a really simple project that will help to keep you on budget this holiday season as well. Grab your supplies and make your own version today.
I have a fun money gift DIY ornament for you today. This is the time of year I start thinking about DIY gift ideas. The sooner you start planning for those gifts, the better off you will be during the holidays. I do like to give my kids some money for the holidays and I am always looking for unique ideas on how to do that. I came up with this ornament and thought I would share it here with you all. I also have details on the Own Your Future Challenge below worth $10,000! What would you do if you won? This holiday ornament will open up the discussion about financial planning with your children and then you can continue the conversation on what you would do if you won. See information below on how to enter.
Our free gifts in a jar e-book has ideas for everyone on your holiday gift giving list. Print it for free and get started on your gifts for the holiday season. I put together 10 ideas that will jump start your creativity for giving handmade this holiday season. Just follow the instructions below to print your own copy and enjoy!
Need some kids’ gift ideas this holiday season? We have handmade gifts for all ages that you can make for the little ones in your life. Make these fun projects and gift them to your kids, grandkids, students, nieces, nephews, and so much more. Start crafting today for a simple holiday season full of handmade gift giving. I love giving handmade all year long. This time of year making a list and getting started early helps to keep me sane! I hope this list helps you as well.
This easy bib applique tutorial will have you making your own baby bibs in minutes. A quick and easy project that is perfect for those baby shower gifts. You can make the bibs football themed like we did here and let the little one cheer on their favorite team. The tutorial works with any shape however so let your imagination run wild with all of the baby bibs you can create. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am a paid design team contributor.