It’s one month until Christmas! it’s time to get shopping or get making! I put together a list of 20+ Handmade Gift Ideas from things I’ve shared on my blog over the past few years. Find a topic and get crafting people!
Hospital Name Garland – if you know someone who’s expecting and they already revealed the name, make a little garland they can hang on the hospital crib and bet he envy of all the other babies on the floor!
Baby Headbands – Make them with satin flowers or felt shapes but make them in every color!
Custom Baby Onesies – use iron on letters to write your message of choice or create a onesie for each month of a babies first year!
Knotted Fleece Blanket – perfect for snuggling for those cold winter nights!
Thank You Cards – craft up a set of thank you cards for someone’s upcoming wedding or new baby! Or make a generic set of thank yous. Or a set with random themes that can be used all year long!
Hidden Treasure Books – hollow out an old book and turn it into a secret hiding spot on your bookshelf!
Beer Cap Clock – Great for the man cave or good old dad!
Painted Canvas Art – Made a coordinated set of canvases with a geometric pattern, animal themed designs or a simple Jackson Pollock style piece.
Yarn Wrapped Letters – make it for a new baby, decorate a playroom wall or just do a single initial for a friend!
Glittered Striped Frame – Make it for Christmas or any season, but add some glitter to a boring white frame!
Message Picture Frame – Use photos of the kids holding letters to spell out a message like “we love you pop pop”
Decorative Wreath – use up those fabric scraps to make something for the holiday season.
Stenciled Pillow – add the extra element of a fun button collage.
FOOD AND DRINK:
Mommy’s Time Out – Personalize a set of mini wine bottles with this free printable
Soda Can Cake – Can easily be done with beer cans too!
Reinbeers – Dress up a set of their favorite craft beer or bottled root beer!
Bird’s Nest Necklace – add pearls or gems inside the necklace to represent kids or grandkids.
Wood Bead Necklace – This simple DIY involves painting and stringing.
Garden Charm Bracelet – If necklaces aren’t their thing, collect charms on a charm bracelet in a specific color palette.
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