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Handmade Holiday Gift Ideas

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Handmade Holiday Gift Ideas

It’s that time of the year for everything Christmas. And that means making a few handmade gifts because DIY means so much more. 

Be inspired by these DIY Handmade Holiday Gift Ideas that fit any budget or skill level.

And these projects aren’t overly time consuming either. They are fast and easy.

I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite projects from my favorite bloggers! And I know you’ll love these ideas.

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>>> Christmas Gift Tags

Handmade gift tags

>>> DIY Christmas Face Mask

Handmade Christmas Mask

>>> DIY Gift Card Holder

Gift Card Holder

>>> Patchwork Christmas Stocking

Patchwork Christmas Stocking

>>> Stitched Christmas Cards

Stitched Christmas Cards

>>> Sweater Christmas Pillow

Pillow made from holiday sweater

>>> Christmas Tree Table Runner

Christmas Tree Table Runner

>>> Christmas Table Runner

Christmas Tree Table Runner with Gnome

>>> Christmas Ornaments for Kids to Color

Fabric Christmas Ornaments

>>> DIY Christmas Scrunchies

Christmas hair scrunchies

>>> Christmas Sewing Ornament

Christmas Sewing Ornament - ruler and rotary cutter

>>> Embroidery Hoop Ornament

Embroidery Hoop Ornament with Quilting Star

>>> DIY Dog Ornament

Handmade Holiday Gift Ideas - Doggy Bone Ornament

>>> Snowflake Christmas Pillow

Snowflake Applique Christmas Pillow

>>> Simple Christmas Mug Rug

Simple Simple Christmas Mug Rug with Christmas Trees

>>> Gingerbread Felt Ornament

Gingerbread House Felt Christmas Ornament

>>> Holiday Joy Mug Rug

Holiday Mug Rug  with word Joy

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  1. I love the tree mug rugs but seriously that is not for a beginner. I don’t have a circuit cutter and I think it would be hard to sew around. It is beautiful though.

  2. Thanks for the Christmas gift ideas. I make scrunchies for my granddaughters but the Christmas ones are adorable. I also like the simple gift card holder.

  3. My daughter asked me to make a fabric garland out of scraps of materials for her Christmas gift. I made six 12′ garlands. Cut out a 4″x10″ piece, turned about 1/4″ right side to back and ironed, then folded right sides together lengthwise and ironed. Stitched the top ad long side then turn right side out. Iron again, then take fusible interfacing and cut 1.25″ x 17″ strips. Fold in half to make them 8.5″. With fusible sides out, slip into strip- I use a skewer stick. The iron flat and slip raw edges into the turned edge to make a circle. I sewed all the red colors into circles then used the other strips and connected them.. It’s a little tricky connecting two circles and not catching the needle into the other circles. I made 62 circles for each 12′ strip. It looks beautiful.

  4. Hello,
    For the Holidays this year, I am making mug rugs/tea towels for the parents. Theme is Hot chocolate, marshmallows (whimsical).
    Does anyone have any ideas for babies under 2 years old that could maybe a spin-off from what the parents are getting? Three boys, one girl….Thank you!

    I thoroughly enjoyed this post!
    Thank you for sharing.

  5. Making some playing card holders for those who play card games. Christmas pillowcases are fun for the kiddos, journals for the teens..give with cool pencils or pens. Coasters. So many ideas for great gifts.

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