Looking for the perfect gift for the holiday season? If you want a special handmade gift for a family member, friend, or teacher, I’ve got you covered with these 20 cute Christmas gift ideas!
T’was the week before Christmas, and all through the house, you’ve done all your shopping–or have you?
Suddenly, you remember that you need to whip something up for your child’s teacher, or your neighbor, or even grandma who is coming to visit. Never fear! These last-minute Christmas gifts are sure to please, and are quick and easy to make. (If you’re on a budget, you’ll really appreciate that these are cheap gifts, too!)
I love this Christmas Potpourri from Yellow Bliss Road. It’s such a pretty Christmas gift, and makes your house smell divine! What better way to welcome in the Christmas season!
Instead of your standard cookie-ingredients-in-a-jar, why not put cute cookie cutters in the jar, like this Cookie Cutter Set from Yellow Bliss Road and then tie on a cute recipe?
Check out these super cute Peppermint Cocoa Christmas Ornaments from Creme de la Crumb. First you can admire them, then you can eat them. Or drink them. The contents, at least. Once you add them to water. Sheesh. You know what I mean.
What could be easier than printing out these cute printable Nail Themed Gift Tags from Persia Lou? Just attach to a bottle of nail polish, and you are good to go!
And these Christmas DIY Candles from The 36th Avenue are so stinkin’ cute. So easy to make, and fun for the kids, too! This would be a great teacher gift that your kids could make themselves.
For your friends who like to be pampered, this Peppermint Candy Cane Sugar Scrub from The Idea Room is just the ticket.
This whisk wrapped in cellophane and filled with Hershey’s kisses, finished off with a We Whisk You a Merry Christmas gift tag from Views from the Ville would literally take you five minutes to make. Such a fun and unique idea!
I know that my mother and mother-in-law would go nuts for this Hand Print Apron from Old Salt Farm.
Here’s a new take on the quintessential winter drink. Hot Cocoa on a Stick from Thirty Handmade Days. Anyone would be delighted to get this! All you do is put some melted chocolate in an ice cube tray, stick in a disposable spoon, and add some goodies like peppermint candies or even Andes mints!
Candles are a classic gift, and these homemade Peppermint Mason Jar Candles from A Pumpkin and a Princess are a beautiful, thoughtful gift using essential oil (and not yucky chemical smells).
How about these beautiful handmade soaps from The Inspiration Board. If you want to make them more Christmasy, just wrap in holiday scrapbook paper!
I LOVE these Personal Picture Clocks by Rosy Red Buttons. Use a wedding picture, family picture, or anniversary picture for a special gift!
At Christmas, we often get overrun with sweet treats (not that it’s a bad thing, but that’s a LOT of cookies and candy to eat all at one time!) Why not give people cookie dough they can bake after the holidays? This great Cookie Dough Gift Idea comes from I Heart Naptime.
For the book lover in your life, you can get any cuter or easier than these Button Bookmarks from The Inspiration Board!
How about this cute Spa in a Jar from The Gunny Sack? So many cute ways to package up things for relaxing and pampering!
Have you ever made your own coasters? They’re super easy and fun! Follow this tutorial from Beneath My Heart for festive coasters your friends and family will adore! These are a great Christmas gift you can customize to your heart’s content!
How about this DIY Clipboard with Glitter Clips from the Inspiration Board. Place a cute Christmas printable on this, and you’re good to go!
This Yearlong Gift in a Frame from Eighteen 25 is super easy, inexpensive, and cute! Even comes with free downloadable printables of cute sayings!
I’d love to receive these super cool Homemade Extracts from Spoon Fork Bacon! What a unique gift!
And finally, we have these darling Christmas Oven Mittens from the Inspiration Board. Just dress up a pair of store-bought oven mitts, and you are good to go! (It’s a great way to use of fabric scraps as well!)
There you have it! Twenty cute (and cheap!) gift ideas for friends, family, teachers, and even yourself!
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Maggie Dwight says
I love all of these ideas!