10 DIY Gift Ideas that you will be thrilled to give and the recipient will be thrilled to receive. These creative DIY gifts don’t scream ‘DIY!’
Full confession, I can be a bit of a snob.
Not a full-on, nose-up-in-the-air, thinking-I’m-better-than-you kind of snob.
More of an I-do-appreciate-nice-things kind of snob.
And to that end, I like to give nice things to my friends and family at gift-giving times.
I get the whole, ‘it’s the thought that counts’ thing, but at the same time I’m thinking of someone, I like to go just the extra little mile to make sure that the gift I give is one that they would want and use. I am sensitive to giving gifts that just end up as clutter…ain’t nobody got room for that!
And, if I can MAKE a useful and appreciated gift, all the better!
Giving handmade diy gifts imparts a little of the love that made it with the gift.
I’ve rounded up some fun, useful and lovely DIY Gift Ideas that you could get started on now and get a jump on your holiday gifts.
Kate, from Centsational Girl, shows how to make a variety of Wine Glass Charms, which are high on my list of good diy gift ideas.
Along the same lines, these wine stoppers are beautiful DIY gift ideas that can be made to reflect the recipients likes or personality.
These Mystery Braid Bracelets from A Pumpkin and A Princess are such great stocking stuffers for tweens, teens, young adults…heck, any hipster dad would love these bracelets. I’m going to make some for my son!
I made quite a few of these cordkeepers earlier this year and have already depleted my stash, but they really were easy diy gifts to make. You could make a whole bunch and leave them un-monogrammed for easy stocking stuffers or as an add-on diy gift to some new tech gadget.
Everyone…well everyone I know…loves a good smelling candle! Julia gives a step by step on making these luscious smelling candles.
Not only do these bath salts sound like they smell wonderful any day, but imagine how wonderfully therapeutic these Lavender Eucalyptus Bath Salts would be if you were under the weather!
And what about making your own Goats Milk and Honey Soap to accompany the diy knit washcloths you just made? Ashley shows you how.
I would love to receive a couple of Micaela’s Beeswax Food Wraps! (hint hint Micaela…could we be Secret Santas?)
And who doesn’t need a new apron? Delia provides an easy tutorial to make these cute half aprons!
This bird feeder was a fun way to recycle old silverplated gravy bowls and would be appreciated by any bird watchers in your family.
Have you started making gifts for the holidays? Or do you keep a stash of homemade diy gifts? I’d love for you to share what you make.
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