Christmas is coming, and everybody is puzzling over décor, outfits, menus and gifts. Today I’d like to share some cool gift ideas that are suitable for your neighbors: they won’t break the bank and won’t require some special skills. Here you’ll find tutorials of various levels of difficulty and different materials, let’s get started.
Hot cocoa in a jar is classics, everybody loves it a lot. Make marshmallow snowman hot cocoa jars and gingerbread snowflake cookie ornaments, which are perfect gifts for everybody!
These DIY Christmas ornaments are easy for kids to make themselves (with you doing the baking of the clay). They are super glittery and pretty when hung up as they catch the light so beautifully, and they make lovely little handmade gifts.
Learn how to make your own scented DIY soy and beeswax candles for homemade gifts this holiday season! Choose from three candle scent recipes including chocolate espresso and vanilla verbena peppermint plus download free printables for you finished soy and beeswax candles to make gifting even easier!
What’s better than buying cool fridge magnets? Making them yourself, as always! These adorable winter holiday themed fridge magnets are a great way to connect and bond with your family over some DIY! Give them to all your neighbors afterwards, what can be better?
We have something easy yet stylish for your home, a Christmas tree ornament or a decorative gift for a friend. Cheap materials and little effort make these chestnut ornaments ideal for crafting.
You can create a gorgeous embroidery hoop ornament without embroidering anything! Just find a proper piece of fabric with some images or patterns and cut them out and then put into a hoop, that’s it! Additional décor is up to you.
This mini Christmas wreath ornament is a fantastic idea and can be made with kids if they are old enough. Get some pretty vibrant or glitter buttons as ornaments and have fun!
I must admit that transparent glass ornaments are my love because they can be turned into almost anything and your creativity rises! Here the authors offer to put some berries and moss inside but you can fill them with whatever you like.
A card is a traditional thing for giving at Christmas but we need something special. The gems and pearls are wonderful to add a glamorous look to your handmade craft projects. Here you’ll find out how to make a cute Christmas card with a vibrant gem tree.
Make beautiful ornaments with Christmas shapes decorated with chalkboard paint and ice crystals. Put them into tin boxes and alter the tin box with paint or heavy structure paste, cut a paper cover and wrap them with some binder twine.
Now, one of the things that makes Christmas time so nice are the smells of the season. The cinnamon, the baked cookies and the warm, rich vanilla’s – these scented wooden ornaments will fill your neighbor’s home with adorable aromas.
The great thing about DIY ornaments is you can use a million different materials including things you have lying around the house. But for these DIY cheesy pizza ornaments you will use oven-bake clay and paint — those are the basics. They look cool and funny, your neighbors will be delighted!