Are you making your Christmas list and checking it twice? There’s still plenty of time to make handmade Christmas gifts for everyone on your list and I have lots of simple ideas to get you started.
To make browsing easier, I’ve divided these gift ideas into different sections. Click on the links for full details on each idea and be sure to pin the ones you love!
Capture the scent of the season with stovetop potpourri.
Add macrame handles to a storebought basket and fill it with goodies or give it alone.
Knit a mason jar cozy and fill it with flowers or a favorite candy.
Paint a set of burlap coasters.
Whip up a batch of orange infused sugar.
Monogram a cutting board.
Make scented wax cubes and give them with a wax warmer.
Craft a wire and bead cross pendant.
Paint a dipped wood block vase.
Make a felted coffee cuff and give it along with a coffee shop gift card.
Stitch a favorite places tea towel.
Monogram a mug for a coffee or tea lover.
Brighten up laundry day with scented infused clothespins.
Make mason jar labels for someone who loves to cook and can.
Whip up a batch of DIY shaving cream.
Sew a felt tablet cover.
Make a no-sew laced leather coffee cuff.
Craft a secret message tie.
Make a cedar bird feeder with homemade suet.
Stitch a fabric tablet holder for a treadmill user.
Repurpose an old tie into a monogrammed coffee cuff.
Give a kit to make your own dinosaurs.
Add a gumball necklace to a stocking.
Sew a mermaid tail blanket.
Make glitter hair spray.
Embellish a cigar box doll house.
Build a DIY go kart.
Make DIY personalized pencils for a fun stocking stuffer.
Make a monogrammed cork board.
Give a mason jar piggy bank and fill it with loose change.
Make sidewalk paint.
Make a lego travel box for a lego lover.
Stitch up a felt piggy bank and add a few quarters.
Make a rope swing.
Create a spy journal.
Paint a baseball hoodie.
Piece together a personalized tool box.
Build a doll closet.
Make homemade sidewalk chalk.
Make a DIY fort kit.
Have I given you enough ideas for everyone on your list? I’d love to hear if you make some of these. Post a photo on the Dukes and Duchesses facebook page.