Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

Every year crafters begin planning their homemade Christmas gift projects. This is a guide about homemade Christmas gifts.
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This is a guide about giving a meal as a Christmas gift. A homemade meal made with love can be a meaningful holiday gift to many different people.

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Baked goods make great gifts for Christmas, birthdays and other special events. Edible gifts are not only delicious and come from the heart but can also be inexpensive.

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DIY gifts are the best gifts when you are trying to be frugal. Check out these great frugal homemade gift ideas.

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Some of the best Christmas gifts come from the kitchen. Baked goods, canned foods and snacks all make great homemade gifts. Find ideas for Christmas Gifts from Your Kitchen in this guide.

Homemade baked Christmas gingerbread tree as a gift.

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This is a guide about making a thread spool Christmas tree. Give the sewing crafter in your life a cute spool Christmas tree gift, to hang in their craft area.

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Anyone receiving this gift of cookie cutters and cute poem is going to love it. This is a guide about making a cookie cutter poem and gift.

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This is a guide about homemade Christmas presents for adults. Christmas is a wonderful time to give homemade gifts to children and adults alike.

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May 21, 2007 Flag

Start any holiday (Halloween through Christmas) crafting now, especially if you do craft shows or just for gifts. This way you won't be stuck at the last minute trying to finish gifts. At the very least, make a list of crafts and items needed. Some can be probably found at yard sales or clearance sections.

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For giving cake, cookies or candy at Christmas, to new neighbors or a sick friend, I look a garage sales, Goodwill or sales at retail stores for containers. Today at the General Dollar Store, they had their summer dinnerware on sale for half price. I got eight nice sized, bright colored dinner plates for a total of $2.50. They will make great plates for the rum cakes I give away at Christmas and look so much better than just a paper plate.

By Jane from Piqua, OH

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November 28, 2005 Flag

Running short on time and money this weekend, I came up with a craft that I can make and give to many of the women in my life. It comes out beautifully and it is easy to do. Total cost for 32 gifts is $37, including wrapping. (I will probably give 2 to each person, so in my case, it is 16 gifts, but still, that's pretty good!)

Materials:

So, for under $33, enough to make 32 ornaments.

Instructions:

  1. Take top off the glass ball and cut the hanging string off. Replace string with ribbon to hang ornament.
  2. Fill glass ball to top with potpourri. I cut the larger pieces of potpourri with scissors. Cut or tear them unevenly for a natural look.
  3. Place a narrow band of glue on top of ornament and replace top.
  4. Glue lace around the top. I overlapped it a bit to make it look ruffled.
  5. Glue a small length of the pearls or some ribbon all around the top over the lace (along the top of the lace).
  6. Glue some paper flowers on top as well, arranging as desired.

These are easy, but require some time. The finished product is elegant and expensive looking.

To wrap mine, I bought white tissue paper for 97 cents at Wal Mart and gold curling ribbon for 97 cents. I will wrap them in the paper, tie with a ribbon, and place in Kraft style bags with Christmas motifs bought for cents each at Wal Mart. I will give each person two.

Once they are in the bags, I will punch the tops with a hole punch and thread some curling ribbon through. I will finish with gold-edge gift tags attached to the front (40 for 1.97 at Wal Mart) Total for wrapping: about $4

So, there it is. I hope this helps someone. These are an elegant, thoughtful gift.

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August 29, 2006 Flag

I have a very elderly aunt, who is diabetic, and a very strict vegetarian. She also refuses to eat onions or garlic. Christmas was a real stumper for me until I came up with the idea to can some things for her when I did my own canning.

I make her vegetable soup without her hated onion and garlic, also a sort of Italian sauce. I use my own organic veggies and make her tomato juice, green beans, pumpkin, beets, carrots, etc all without salt or sugar. I also make up fruits and even some pie fillings using fructose (this is "not" the high fructose corn syrup), which is fruit sugar and her doctor allows in her diet. I also include a jar of homemade noodles and often times a jar of the layered dry soup.

She talks about the couple of dozen jars of food I make her all year. She especially loves the fact that I told her that I think of her every time I plant something to can and how much fun it is.

By Margie M. from Mount Vernon, OH

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December 2, 2008 Flag

A nice Christmas gift is to make a pot of gold usually found at the end of rainbows! This is a good present for people who are difficult to buy for.

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November 11, 2005 Flag

One year I typed all the recipes I had used since my children were little, one recipe per page. I decorated each page to match the theme of the recipe with graphics and borders....

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December 14, 2004 Flag

I have found that homemade gifts for Christmas or birthdays tend to not only be cheaper, but they are appreciated more because the recipient knows you took special time and effort to do something just for them. By Robin

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December 8, 2005 Flag

For small gifts, hot chocolate mixes, coffee creamers, etc., take inexpensive felt sheets 8x11 and cut in half longways. You have two pieces 4x11. Sew or glue sides together (I sewed them), resulting in a bag that is 4x5 1/2.

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November 24, 2011 Flag

I just found this site today and I'm hoping someone can help me. We are having really bad money problems this year and I don't know what to do for Christmas gifts for my children. I don't want them to wake up to nothing Christmas morning. I have a 9 year old boy, a 13 year old girl, a 18 year old boy, and a 19 year old boy. I want to make them something that they will enjoy and appreciate and something that will make them forget that we are having a hard time. Please help. Any ideas will be much appreciated. Thank you.

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November 30, 20110 found this helpful

I was in the same situation a few years ago and all i had to give was a packet of cookies i baked myself. The children were so suprised when they got something that they didn't mind what it was. Just a few cookies, home made by mom, and wrapped beautifully will make a world of difference as they do know what's going on.

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Even though my suggestion is not for homemade items I would highly suggest you sign up for Freecycle. It is a worldwide org that has an interest in keeping items out of landfill.You start at freecycle.org then you put in your city/zip code and you get directed to freecycle.com for your area (who wants to drive 50 mi for a shirt).

The rule of freecycle is nothing can be sold, bought or traded. It must be for free. You post what you have to give or what you want. I have seen appliances, cars, boats, furniture/bedding, sports equip, toys, clothes, pets, just about everything. I had one family I met said their garbage person hands out business cards with the information on it so they have less to dispose of. One mans trash is another mans treasure Lots of luck...P'

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November 19, 2010 Flag

I want to make some homemade Christmas gifts. I don't know what to do and I don't want to spend money. I do not know how to knit or sew. What can I make? Thank you.

By Lindsay

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November 21, 20100 found this helpful

You can probably make suet from things in your home if you have a bird feeding person. If a gardener, you can take cuttings from your herbs and put in smaller pots and give as gifts. I found free hanging pots one time along side the road, having passed them up 5 times, still there, I stopped. What I did was go to a local nursery where the 6 plants for $2.00 was and got some pansies which do excellent in the winter, and gave those! Already had the dirt! If you don't have planters, ask for them on freecycle or craigslist; gosh, I just took a bunch back to the nursery!

Another thing: in my area bare root starts in January. I, another time, gave a note to folks that I would give them in February about the 20th, when the strawberry plants come in. I used to get 25 for $3, probably higher now. Get the ever-bearing, put them in hanging planters and they can enjoy strawberries all spring and summer long! ($20 to $25 to buy at nurseries!)

These make great Easter and Mother's Day gifts as well. $1.00 buys a new hanging planter at the $1 store! A can of paint fusion will paint oodles and oodles of older plastic pots, it fuses together and works well on all plastic items. All kinds of inexpensive do-it-yourself for wild birds items on line.

Always look at what you do have, this is the frugal way. What DO I have that I can use for this thing? Then the imaginations come! Don't stomp them out, as being "no" folks will be thrilled you thought of them, and even more thrilled you didn't buy into the "gotta buy buy buy" mentality to boot!

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My brother made big foot feet out of wood for the kids for xmas. You cut the shape of a foot with toes polish toe nails for the girls, add velcro straps to strap onto boots like sandles. They made big foot prints all over the snow. He used a jg saw and scrap lumber and some polyurethane. He stapled the velcro on but you could use tacks.

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October 21, 2004 Flag

I am looking for homemade either food or gift ideas for our church board, pastor, and staff. I have 13 gifts to make and wanted to make some nice things that are reasonable.
Thank you so much.

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November 25, 20060 found this helpful

Take a look at this site.

http://www.tipt  .com/violaleeroy

several shops to look at especially gifts under $5 and $10 if on a budget like me.

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My 7 year old grandson loves to garden, and has a nice patch of lavender. I told him this year we would harvest and dry the lavender and make sachets for everyone for Christmas. While I will enjoy doing the sachets, he will have fun growing and harvesting his lavender and drying it. He is doing a herbal garden this year also, so are thinking ahead about growing and drying herbs for Christmas gifts.

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September 21, 2005 Flag

I've just moved to my first home and money is a little tight. Could anyone give me tips how to make my Christmas gifts this year. I don't have a lot of money to spend, but I would like my presents to look nice.

My (fairly large!) family are very generous at Christmas and I want to give something that looks good, but costs the minimum. I am interested in quick, simple and easy ideas. Please help!

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November 15, 2010 Flag

Who is making their presents this Christmas? What ideas have you gathered so far?

By Chrystal

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Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

I make an assortment of cookies and candies. I use simple, but delicious recipes. I go to the dollar store and buy gift bags to put them in. I wrap them with ribbon and a homemade tag. (10/17/2010)

By jennilyn890

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

I am making a lot of my Christmas gifts this year. 1 thing I am doing is I am buying a nice glass vase type thing and I am putting pebbles/rocks that look really neat in it and then I am putting a candle in it. I have a friend that does this all the time and it looks really great if you choose good colors. Have fun! (10/19/2010)

By beckyschmecky

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

I am 'going green' for the most part, making pj's for the children and purse inserts for women friends from leftover material, and up cycling items I've found at yard sales and thrift shops all year. I also use many of the ideas from the Dollar Store website. (10/20/2010)

By turtlelady

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

Personalized, for the person you want to give a gift to, note cards or stationary and/or homemade Christmas decorations that they can use year after year. (10/20/2010)

By Deeli

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

He'll like something unique like homemade gifts in a jar. You can custom style the jars and its contents. Adding a personal note (in the jar) will be a nice touch.

Denise
http://www.frugal-save-wave.com/homemade-gifts-in-a-jar-cheap-gift-ideas.html (10/30/2010)

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October 14, 2010 Flag

I need some ideas for gifts I can make either my mom or my dad or both for Xmas. Please help.

By Cedar from ATX

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If you are computer savvy and your computer has a burner you can make them a CD using their own music. Last year I took all the CDs from my parents' car and ripped (that's the term for removing songs) the CDs onto the computer and then compiled and burned the songs they liked onto CDs.
Or you could put together a CD of Christmas music they like. I did that last week for my mom and our pastor.

I made a post here: thriftyfun.com. on how to burn a CD.

Editor's Note: Be sure that you purchase the music or compile it off of your own CDs to avoid copyright issues. (12/07/2009)

By Suntydt

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

You could take pictures of when they were dating, first married, life in general and add them to a DVD along with music from those times, and commentary under the pics, or someone talk. This is a remarkable and most enjoyable gift anyone would love to receive. I hope you can do this. We did one and it took about 22 hours! But so worth it! Merry Christmas to you and your family. (12/13/2009)

By Vicki in KY

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

Make up gift baskets with things they like. For instance, make a basket with music related items, say a movie and a CD, a couple of packs of popcorn, some chips, movie tickets to the latest movie; that sort of thing. Or a basket with make-up items or lotions, creams, for a woman, maybe fingernail polish, a barrette, perfume, etc. You could also add a pretty scarf or a notepad, pretty pen, or a necklace, whatever you think they would like.

For gardeners, a trowel, some seeds, garden gloves. Or for coffee lovers, small bags of gourmet coffee, a mug, some fancy creamer.

Food tins are nice too. Just make some of the quick, cake mix cookies, decorate them prettily and add them to a tin. Make several different ones and put them in those little plastic bags. Or maybe you have a fudge lover. Make some of the easy marshmallow fudge and add different things to each batch. Raisins, M&Ms, crushed Heath bars, crushed peppermint, nuts, etc.
You can buy the little plastic bags that shrink with a hair dryer, at craft stores and the tins you can find at dollar stores or places like Walmart.

If your mother sews, some fabric and a pattern, you know she would like would be nice. Get the thread and zipper, etc. that it calls for, so she has all she needs to make it. Or get her a craft pattern and all the things she needs to make it.

One of my favorite gifts last year, was from my sister in law. She gave me jars of homemade jam with little gingham fabric squares around the top, tied with raffia. It looks really cute. She also gave me a candle that smells really good, some chocolate covered pretzels, and homemade cookies. Oh, and a new cookbook. I loved all this and I bet anyone would. Jars are inexpensive and recipes for jam are really easy to make. Just look them up on the Internet.

We received a book with pictures of all the family and their favorite recipe printed underneath it. If they didn't have a recipe, they just listed their favorite foods and a recipe was printed for them. This book was printed out from the computer, but she bought the cover from a computer store or office supply place. All she had to do was assemble it. It is fun to see what each person chose.

This is just some of what my family gives each year. We don't spend much, but these are personal and a lot of fun to get. (12/14/2009)

By eveh

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

  1. Make a calendar on the PC. Scan pictures for each of the 12 pages, on the dates put clipart for birthdays for person born on that date.
  2. Type and print favorite receipts. Have the number of copies made that you need. Take to Staples, etc. and have them glue one side to make a book or punch holes or use paper that has holes already and put into a note book.
  3. Make quick breads and freeze ahead of time. Put bread, homemade jam and tea mix in basket.
  4. Make a few extra and take down to the park where you will find homeless and give at Xmas.
  5. Make neck pillows in shape of dog bone and stuff. The fabric could be of dogs, cats, flowers, golf, fishing, etc. even use favorite sport teams fabrics. 1/2 yard will make three pillows.
  6. Make pillow 15 inches long from 45 inch fabric and then about 9 inches tall, for chemo patients. Go to Vicking.com and look under community and you will find a comfort caps pattern for adult and child. Use happy looking fabric for the lining you can make it reversible.
  7. Make hankies and trim with lace. I machine embroidery on fabric first.
  8. Buy two baby blankets at dollar store and tie around the edges and add your own touch with embroidery, applique, etc.
  9. For those using wheelchair or walker make a "bag" to hand on arm of wheelchair or front of walker. You will find pattern in pattern books or DIY pattern.
  10. Go to library or used book store and buy used books for the person's hobby or whatever their interest may be.
  11. Make a snuggle *really cheaper to buy at Wal Mart.
  12. Nap cap and gloves for a senior to sleep in to stay warm.
  13. Buy fleece and make long scarf. You don't even have to sew them. Decorate with embroidery, etc.
  14. Lap throw for those using wheelchair.
  15. Look for the remnants at fabric stores. They are much cheaper.
  16. And last my favorite, make a tote to use as a bag or for shopping. Look in pattern books for ideas and DIY. Totes also make good diaper bags or tote for child to take to grandma's house.
  17. Oops, one more favorite. Make a patchwork jacket from your scraps or tote. Use bought pattern or buy big sweatshirt.

Now back to sewing. Hope I've helped you with ideas for your presents for anytime of the year.

Grammy (06/12/2010)

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December 7, 2009 Flag

Okay, so like most people out there we are a little short on holiday money this year. We want to make homemade presents that are inexpensive and somewhat easy. I have a lot of people to make gifts for, so I need several ideas. I am at a loss. I just don't know what would be good gift ideas. Ages range from 2 - 75.

By Rachael

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Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

I've made jewelry for female relatives. If you're not interested in buying tools to make necklaces and bracelets with clasps, you could get some stretchy stringing material (like Stretch Magic or Gossamer Floss), and just tie them off (adding a drop of super glue to the knot and pulling the knot into a bead makes it more secure and prettier). Michael's and Hobby Lobby both put their beads on sale frequently. You could buy one nicer string of stone beads (maybe use one of their 40% off coupons if not on sale), and use coordinating glass or metal beads as accents.

A gender-neutral gift is movie-themed. I buy a large plastic bowl, a DVD (or two), microwave popcorn, and some movie theater type boxed candies. I see some decent movies on sale for $5 or less, and the remainder of the items can be had for a few dollars each.

Kids tend to love craft supplies. You could get them a container or tote of some sort and stock it with an assortment of neat markers, stickers, glue, and papers. Keep an eye on the sales ads and coupons.

Best of luck and hope you get some good ideas.

(10/29/2009)

By Mrs.story

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

One thing I did for my mother and sister-in-laws for years was this:

I started in January, but I would search clearance items and low priced items all year long and try to buy 3 or so, then get Avon products that were marked down on their clearance, and I would "build" gift boxes. My mother has since passed away, but the first time I built a box, she told me she had so much fun and enjoyed it so much, she could not wait until the next Christmas and hoped that I would do that again. She did it for me one year and I must say, I really enjoyed it greatly. This is one thing I truly miss, because I would go out of my way to search for things I thought they would enjoy.

One year I came across pumice stones and once knitting needles, etc., cross-stitch pattens, perfume samples, eyeliners, little earrings and material that was marked way down. There was a great variety of things and I just can't remember paying much for any of it. And the key to these boxes, is clearance items, and totally unexpected (those little pumice stones were the best hit, I think I paid like 75 cents for each one), but I think they really enjoyed the boxes. I wish so much that I could do this for her this year. Merry Christmas. I know this is not homemade, but might give you a jump on next year. (10/29/2009)

By applejack

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

Iron on transfers are a fun item to put on tee shirts, sweat shirts, handbags etc., or use fabric paints and do your own design. Also, you can buy remnant material and cut into shape of animal, flower, etc. and stuff with bags of polyester filling to make large floor pillows for the children to use.

(10/29/2009)

By Lorelei

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

I make all my Christmas gifts now that I'm on a fixed income, called retirement. So far this year I've made a couple of tied quilts, tote bags, pine cone fire starters, plastic clothes hangers wrapped in yarn, knitted scarves, knitted dish cloths, stuffed toys, a bird house, a bird feeder, house slippers, and pretty soaps. Before Christmas I'll make dog treats, beef jerky, and baked goods. I hope this helps. (10/31/2009)

By irisbird

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

Here's a bunch of great ideas:
getrichslowly.org
notmadeofmoney.com

Other ideas I have used myself are: cut two matching pieces of fabric or fleece and stitch three sides together, then stitch into three tubes that are all open at the top. Mix a bag of rice with as much cinnamon and cloves, or lavender flowers as you like then fill the tubes to about two inches from the top and stitch shut. Heat 1- 2 1/2 minutes in the microwave = heating pad (great for cold feet in bed).

A couple nice loaves of homemade bread.
or
Christmas Breakfast Kit - bagels, cream cheese, lox, champagne, orange juice
or
Christmas Breakfast #2 - Homemade pancake/waffle mix, maple syrup, heat and serve sausages, heat and serve bacon, orange juice, a couple sample packets of flavoured coffee

I can come up with all kinds of ideas. Contact me if you need more. Happy Holidays! (11/01/2009)

By Shosha

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

Make refrigerator magnets. If you want to use up all of those flexible magnets that advertise your local funeral home, insurance com, etc., you can cover them with double-stick tape and cut out anything you like to use as a subject. The magnets cut easily with regular scissors. Kids love having their own photos on them. You can even cut out heads and bodies separately and make games for kids to play on the refrigerator. You can put clear package-tape over it to repel the fingerprints. (11/08/2009)

By Goldie2

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

If you have chives in your garden, you can dry them for gifts. They're perfect to add to rice, soups, and many other dishes. The easiest way is to rinse and let dry for a few hours and then use a pair of kitchen scissors to cut off small pieces onto a waxed paper-lined cookie sheet or tray with edges. The chives will sting your eyes just like onions so work with ventilation. Find a place where you can let them sit for a week or so (I use the basement) and stir them a bit ever day. As long as they don't get damp, they will dry perfectly and can be put into pretty jars for gifting. (11/08/2009)

By Goldie2

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

I have a few friends who garden and found some cute fabric garden gloves at a good price. And then I bought a can of Scotchgard and treated all of the gloves with it, paying special attention to the fingertips. A can of Scotchgard costs about $6 and I had plenty left to treat one of my fabric bags. You could probably think of a lot more items that could use the Scotchgard treatment. (11/08/2009)

By Goldie2

Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

What about making pillows. Or the quilt that folds into a pillow. I believe instructions are online somewhere. You don't have to do quilting just buy the already quilted fabric. Pretty pot holders are a good gift. Soup mix in a jar with instructions. You can bake cookies or simple brownies and box them up really pretty. Give an older person who lives alone a gift certificate for a home made meal. Then after Christmas call them to find out when they want to redeem their gift. Have fun. (11/19/2009)

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October 29, 2009 Flag

I am a college student who is crazy about Christmas, but I can't afford to buy everyone nice gifts this year. Does anyone have any suggestions for elegant homemade gifts as well as small gifts for coworkers?

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