Homemade Christmas Gifts
Looking for gift ideas that won’t break the bank? These homemade gifts are cheap, fun to make, and meaningful. Plus, check out our stock of homemade greeting card ideas.
Bon means "good" in French, an apt name for these delicious treats. Ring in the new year with a plate of sweet bonbons tossed in three different coatings.
A keepsake book is a great present for your child to make for someone special. No matter which direction he takes it, his present is sure to make the recipient smile.
When it's cold out, nothing tastes better than a warm cup of cocoa! This measuring project is great for young kids and makes a fun holiday gift for teachers and friends.
Have fun gathering fallen twigs in the yard or at school, then weave them into an attractive trivet for hot pots and pans.
Give pretty presents without the pricey paper! Add a creative touch to gifts with some unique wrapping materials from around the house.
There's no need to visit expensive pet stores for a new toy for your feline! Simply show your child how to make these catnip mice from the comfort of her very own home.
Homemade wrapping paper is a great kid project. As they experiment with paint and crayons, they're also doing science, art, and building fine motor skills.
Making candy at home can be a sticky feat, so why not bake yummy candy cane cookies instead?
This paper snow globe makes a beautiful card. Your child can make it for loved ones as a holiday craft that draws inspiration from traditional snow globes.
Recipients will agree that these homemade cards beat store-bought, boxed cards any day.
Want to go "paperless" this holiday season? Here's one delicious place to start.
Making woven Christmas greetings is a wonderful way to recycle old Christmas cards! Your child will build her motor skills as she learns how to use a ruler and weave paper.
Make this holiday Santa card for a loved one and show your love with a homemade craft that kids will love to give along with their presents.
Help your child make a fun sparkly greeting card for family and friends, and boost fine motor skills in the process.
These homemade thumbprint cards are as personalized as it gets, and your child will love using his prints to make holiday magic!
Teaching your child how to write proper thank you cards when she receives gifts will go a long way in instilling good habits for the future.