Let your neighbors and friends know how much you care about them with a cute little gift for the holidays.
I love making gifts for family, friends, and co-workers during the holidays. It’s so much fun sharing Christmas cheer with the ones you love. Grab the whole family and make a day of making gifts. These also make great gifts for those who are homebound or not feeling well. I know your neighbors would love a cute little surprise from these great ideas that are easy and fun!
Plants are always a great gift for neighbors. Even though the example shows succulents, you could add a small Christmas tree or herbs. DIY Glitter Succulent Pots use mini terra cotta pots, craft paint, and glitter. So many color choices for this simple DIY.
Reindeer Hot Cocoa Kit is the perfect gift for the whole family. Reindeer cups that are easy to make, disposable wooden spoons, white take-out boxes, crinkle paper, and hot chocolate mix, marshmallows, and chocolate chips in cellophane bags.
One of my favorite parts of the holidays is all the wonderful smells you experience. Stovetop Potpourri is a perfect gift for those who love to make their homes smell like the season. Simply made with spices and fruit, displayed in a mason jar, and complemented with a printable instruction tag.
What a treat the kids in the neighborhood will enjoy when you drop off S’Mores Mason Jar Gift by their home. You will be a hit for sure. Displayed in cute mason drinking jars with printable tags for presentation. The recipe only calls for 3 ingredients for this sweet treat.
If you love to go a little bit further in your DIY projects, this Cookie Mix Gift Sack is perfect for you. A homemade flannel bag that requires a bit of sewing, a printable tag with instructions, measuring spoons, and Christmas floral pick. The cookie mix has 4 ingredients placed in a Ziploc bag and then placed in the flannel bag. This is just too cute!!
Such a cute gift for all the coffee lovers you know. The Christmas Morning Coffee Gift is so easy to make. I love the reusable coffee cups, tons of cellophane bags to choose from, and all the items to flavor coffee. There are so many coffee options and flavors to add to the gift box. There are also printable tags.
Such an easy gift that everyone would love in your neighborhood, office, or for a teacher. The Christmas Cookie in a Jar recipe is easy enough to add to mason jars, print out the tags, and tie with a cute Christmas themed ribbon.
I love this gift so much. Perfect for a young family just starting out and who are wanting to learn to bake. The DIY Bakers Gift Box includes a few items to get started. Cookie cutters, cupcake liners, etc. You could put so much in this bakers box or basket.
Who doesn’t love to soak in a warm, lovely smelling bath after a long day? These DIY Peppermint Bath Bombs are perfect for anyone who loves their soaking time. These could be made with any holiday silicone mold or a silicone ball and any favorite essential oils. Really easy instructions to follow.
Everyone loves homemade goodies and giving a nice loaf of bread to a neighbor is a perfect gift idea. Make your own recipe using paper loaf pans, print out the Holiday Bread Wrapper, and wrap with bakers twine.
It’s winter and cold outside and having an extra blanket while cuddling up with the family is perfect. The Throw Blanket Gift is easy enough. Wrap a throw fleece blanket with a ribbon and print out the labels. Done.
What a cute idea using a basket to share pancake mix with fixings. The Christmas Morning Pancake Gift consists of a metal basket, mason jars, small round jars, whisk, spatula, and cute trim. There are also tags to print for this project.
This Snowman Mason Jar Gift idea would also make a cute display item in the kitchen. White chocolate-covered pretzels in mason jars with buttons, scrap fleece for the scarf, and a tag found on the page.
Perfect gift for the neighbor who loves to bake Christmas cookies. The Christmas Cookie Kit is filled with plastic craft bulbs full of cookie decorations and sugar cookie dough. There is a printable tag for the box.
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I’m just a country girl loving my geeky life with my wonderful husband, always taking pictures, getting my hands dirty in the garden, being crafty, exploring with travels and enjoying all this on a budget. But above all, living my faith as a child of God!