10 DIY Holiday Gifts For Absolutely Everyone On Your List
Christmas Kiss Kit
So easy to create & filled with lotos of love. A great gift for the holidays!
Mason jar Christmas kiss-kit tutorial here.
For that green-thumbed friend
Suitcase fairy gardens are easy to make, and depending on your materials, you could keep them indoors or outdoors.
Fairy garden suitcase tutorial here.
For your sister who’d love a sweet in-house spa
Bath Salts are so simple to make and these smell amazing! These Vanilla Bath Salts just take a few ingredients and a few minutes to make!
Vanilla bath salts tutorial here.
For your sweet-toothed pal
Impress your neighbors with this Hot Chocolate Gift Basket. Go to your nearest Container Store and grab mugs, glass vials, a basket, some ribbon and grass. I cut my custom vinyl using my Cricut Explore and a little imagination!
Hot chocolate gift basket tutorial here.
For your boss (if they get to relax, you get to relax!)
If you have a lot of lavender growing in your yard, here’s a super simple DIY recipe for creating a luxurious bath time experience. All you need is TWO ingredients. Lavender and Coconut oil are wonderfully combined in these lovely bath bonbons. Perfect for spoiling yourself or for gifting.
Lavender and coconut oil bath bonbon tutorial here.
For your closest cleanest friends
We all know clean hands lead to healthy bodies. Give the gift of health this holiday season with this homemade foaming hand soap – it’s easier than you think!
Foaming hand soap tutorial here.
For the homemaker in your life
Here’s a project that will turn the ordinary flour sack tea towel into a pretty decorative one that you can proudly hang in the kitchen using craft paint and plants from your garden.
Fern printed tea towels tutorial here.
For your college student off to decorate her dorm
Embroidering a burlap canvas is super simple! Just make stencil with a piece of paper and your fanciest cursive and then tape to the front of your burlap! use your embroidery needle to stitch over the cursive and voila… hand embroidered sign!
Embroidered burlap sign tutorial here.
For your friend with the budding youngins
Everyone marks their child’s heights somewhere in their house, right? Like on a door frame. I know we did. Problem is, what happens when you no longer live in that home. I don’t think the new owners would appreciate you removing the door trim ; ) This simple DIY wood growth chart ruler makes such a nice gift for a young family with growing kids AND they can take it with them whenever they move!
Giant ruler growth chart tutorial here.
For that person who you know will resolve to be more organized this year
We fell into a bad habit of eating out or grabbing fast food several times a week for dinner. It was getting bad for the wallet & the waistline! My own lack of dinner planning was definitely to blame, so I decided to make a pretty dinner planner for the wall. Now I have a constant visible reminder to plan for the week AND stick to the plan. Make yourself one to get organized for Back to School season!
Dry erase menu and shopping board tutorial here.