It’s a Holiday Gift Party Blog Hop!!! If you’re landing here from Jill – One Good Thing by Jillee, welcome! Give me a holler!
Welcome! I am teaming up with 10 other bloggers who rock the internet to bring you 55 Homemade Holiday Gift Ideas you can make yourself! The holidays just got easier! After you oooh and ahhh over my gift ideas, you’ll be directed to the next blog. Kinda like a progressive dinner…..but it’s a “Blog Hop”. There’s a full list at the bottom if you’re the type that peeks at your Christmas gifts.
55 Homemade Holiday Gift Ideas
I’ve got 5 easy gifts you can make!
DIY Holiday Coasters | These were SO easy to make using my Cricut Explore machine. Before you roll your eyes at me because maybe you don’t own a cutting machine, you can still do this! You can find a silhouette of any design online and use it with the same vinyl I use in the Cricut. You can buy your vinyl at Michaels.com – Find the tutorial here.
Homemade Coconut Sugar Scrub | Who doesn’t LOVE spa items for the holidays? I make all my own scrubs. I have a few to choose from. My Whipped Body Butter hat comes with printable holiday tags, or maybe my Cocoa Butter Coconut oil Sea Salt Scrub. These are much needed in the winter months! Find the tutorial here.
Gifts from the Kitchen | I have a few ideas for gifts you can make right in your kitchen. This Irish Cream Recipe is to die for! I found the bottles at World Market.. Find the Recipe Here. I’ve got free printable gift tags that are either blank or already filled in with Irish Cream
DIY Iron On Transfer Dish Towels | I am addicted to iron on transfers! I have made pillows for different holidays and many many dish towels. Choose any design you like, print onto your transfer paper, iron it on and that’s it! You could scan recipes, use family monograms, or even use photos! See the tutorial here.
Homemade BBQ Rub | Sometimes men are so hard to buy for, so having something you can make that is also something they’ll use is so helpful! This BBQ Rub is delicious! My husband is always asking me to whip some up. This is also great as neighbor gifts! Comes with printable gift tags to make it easy on you! See the recipe here.
Next up is Cindy from Skip to My Lou! She has SO many great ideas.
Hop from blog to blog!
All the participating blogs:
Kim – Today’s Creative Blog
Cindy – Skip To My Lou
Cheryl – TidyMom
Cheryl – Cheryl Style
Amy – The Idea Room
Amy – Mod Podge Rocks
Leigh Anne – Your Home Based Mom
Kellie – Nest of Posies
Jen – Tatertots and Jello
Amy – Living Locurto
Jill – One Good Thing By Jillee