Christmas is coming! Here are 15 more DIY Christmas gift ideas you should create for those who you love.
(Yesterday, we talked about the first 20 DIY gift ideas in our first part. This post will discuss 15 more!)
Again, to recap, I chose gifts that are: a) do not need too much specialized skill like wood carving or metal works and b) not Christmas ornaments or similar.
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Looks bad ass! If you have a friend who is not afraid to put a little leather into their wardrobe, you can get them this leather cuff. The instructions are found at The Red Kitchen.
Delicious Lump of Coal
You can accuse someone of being naughty in comical, fun way! You can make some of these “lump of coal” edibles. Who knew being naughty can be delicious on Christmas? You can get the recipe at I Heart Naptime.
This super cute jewellery looks like a nest, no? You can easily make these using some round beads and wire. Sarah Ortega has the instructions to get you started.
Wax Bowl Luminaries
These cool tea light holders will look really nice in spacious bathroom. Peack Candle Supplies teaches us to make these wax bowl luminaries in their step-by-step article.
Jersey Knit Bracelets
These bracelets could be made in lots and given away to friends. This could be worn on summer getaways and make the whole group fashionable. Vanessa of V & Co. teaches us how to make this at her website.
If you have a friend who loves reading, then you can get them this super nice looking ribbon bookmarks fashioned by Andrea Singarella. The instructions are found at Country Living.
Coasters are easily one of the best ideas for those who dwell in the kitchen or those who loves their drinks. These DIY tile coasters are really easy to make but look so elegant. You can check out Blueprint Crafts to get started.
The blog post points out that you can make a clock out of anything flat and you can cut through. Awesome! This plate clock look cute and I imagine you can make clocks of different designs by getting more than one plates. Lets make plate clocks by visiting Liz of Momtastic. Time to take Coca-cola plates mom always had in stock!
Cinnamon Stick Candles
I just love the smell of cinnamon! Cinnamon makes people relax, so if you can make them one of these cinnamon stick candles, you are giving the gift of Snoozeland this Christmas. But first, make these. Craftaholics Anonymous has the instructions on how to make them. Just make sure you remind them to always blow the candles out before actually sleeping. Better be safe!
Another Monogram Mug
Another Monogram Mug (the other is in part 1) partly because personalized mugs are super cool and partly because I love coffee. You can check the idea at Design Mom.
For the fashionista friend! Create this homemade button ring by following the details found at Lana Red Studio.
This is perfect for those who like to cook! These kitchen towel have handwritten recipes over them which makes it a perfect cookbook and a towel to wipe sweat from cooking! Start by checking out Spoon Flower Blog.
Perfect for the kids or your BFF. The 36th Avenue has all the instructions!
Decorated Hair Comb
Does anyone you love has long beautiful hair that they put up whenever they work? You can make them one of these decorative hair combs and make the beauty of their hair shine! Check out Lemon Jitters for the tuts.
Chocolate Christmas Mice
I love chocolate and almonds. What can I say, but DELICIOUS! Make these sweet sweets by looking at the instructions at Midwest Living.
Ready for part 3?