21 DIY Christmas Gifts & Crafts

It’s finally Christmas time!! Check out these fun DIY gifts and craft ideas perfect to make with your family!

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1. DIY Snowy Mason Jars

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DIY Snowy Mason Jars – create faux snow-covered mason jar luminaries for the holiday season!

From: APumpkinAndAPrincess

2. DIY Christmas Ornaments

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Do you have any holiday traditions? I’m so traditional when it comes to holidays. We always watch It’s a Wonderful Life. We always bake our family Nuts & Bolts recipe. And I always make a new ornament. At least one, if not more! This year I’ve been busy making embroidery hoop wreaths at every turn, and I knew it was the perfect idea for a mini wreath ornament too!

From: LoveCreateCelebrate

3. Mason Jar Lid Christmas Wreath Ornaments

Mason jar lids are an ideal craft project material, aren’t they? I frequently find the lids and bands at thrift stores, and crafting with them is always fun! This bag of lids was a great find on one of my thrifting adventures and I knew they’d be perfect for upcycling into mason jar lid wreath ornaments.

From: SadieSeasongoods

4. DIY Peppermint Sugar Scrub

This Peppermint Sugar Scrub is as scrumptious as it sounds! Double or triple the recipe for an easy homemade gift idea.

From: MommyMusings

5. Rustic Twig Ornaments

Bring a touch of nature indoors this year as you decorate your tree – learn how to make rustic twig Christmas ornaments! They’re simple, inexpensive and look beautiful!

From: SimpleAsThat

6. DIY Mason Jar Cocktail Gifts

The most important part is that you find soda cans (or other mixer beverages) to fit inside your mason jar mugs! Normal soda cans will fit in these mugs; plastic soda bottles will not! Here I’m using large 24oz Ball Jar mugs that have a 3″ wide mouth. I recommend going soda shopping with your mug in hand!

From: SomethingTurquoise

7. Painted Pine Cones

We have all the directions you’ll need to turn pine cones from your yard into these lovely and easy to make DIY Painted Pine Cones.

From: TwoSistersCrafting

8. Mason Jar Ring Map Ornaments

Are you looking for a map ornament tutorial that’s fast & fun? This Mason Jar Ring Map Ornament uses simple supplies to create a unique Christmas ornament!

From: HappyMothering

9. Christmas Tree Mason Jars

There are days I wish I owned a vinyl cutting machine… and one such day was when I made these Christmas tree cut out mason jars.

From: MasonJarCrafts

10. DIY Christmas Tree Decorations

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With Christmas looming, I’m sure there are more than a few gifts that need to be wrapped in the coming weeks! I had some sticks leftover from the wreath DIY last week, so put together these really cute little trees that make the perfect toppers for a gift, don’t you think?

From: FellowFellow

11. DIY Bow Fleece Ear Warmer

Fleece Sewing Project: Make this cute Fleece Ear Warmer Headband DIY with bow styling. Great step by step instructions with pictures. Makes a great handmade gift.

From: FleeceFun

12. Peppermint Foot Soak

Peppermint foot soak is a wonderful DIY to pamper and rejuvenate your feet. This project is super easy and inexpensive to make and is also a perfect gift idea.

From: SuburbanSimplicity

13. Cozy Treat Filled Slippers

Slippers make a great gift and they are even better when filled with treats and gift cards! Perfect for Father’s Day, Christmas or really any occasion.

From: PrettyProvidence

14. Pocket Hand Warmers

t’s great to be able to sew up some simple, yet functional gifts for friends and family! The winter season calls for gifts that keep us cozy and warm and these pocket hand warmers are just the thing to pop into stockings this year.

From: IHeartNaptime

15. DIY Mint Sugar Scrub

I love to give DIY gifts like homemade candies or handmade blankets to my friends and family, but getting all those gifts finished before December 25th arrives is not easy!

From: LoveGrowsWild

16. DIY Candles & Container Combos

It’s that time of year where we prepare to hibernate. That means cozy socks, piles of blankets, and lots and lots of candles. Thankfully making all those candles on your own is easier than you think. The best part about it is that you can make candles that are completely custom for you — which means your favorite scents in containers that match your style or space.

From: ApartmentTherapy

17. DIY Waterless Snowglobes

A trendy retailer had advertised their version for an uppity price, prompting me to try and recreate them myself. And let me tell you, an obsession was born! I, of course, came armed with vintage supplies- old jars, vintage bottle brush trees, and couple of mid-century figurines. The results? 100% charming.

From: SadieSeasongoods

18. DIY Stenciled Mason Jar Candle Holder

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Hey crafty friends! Are you in the mood for Christmas now? I sure am!  I started by making a candle holder to use this season. I pulled out Enclosed: Bell to create this super easy mason jar candle holder.

From: SoapBoxCreations

19. Mason Jar Snow Globe

It’s that time of year again. That time when we start thinking about Christmas. And Christmas decoration. And Christmas crafts…

From: MasonJarCrafts

20. DIY Christmas Trees

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In the world of tea, tea bags often get a bad rap. Flavor wise, some teas are worthy of that bad reputation, but in today’s market there are actually many tea bag based brands that do a good job of bringing on the flavor. Even better, tea bags are convenient–no mess, no fuss…almost effortless to use!

From: ThirstyForTea

21. DIY Coasters

I know that there are approximately 80 gazillion tutorials out there for how to make your very own DIY coasters out of 16 cent tiles from Lowes….but I think maybe the reason for this is that coasters are actually pretty useful, and even if you have some it’s always okay to have more because they don’t take up much space, and these are super easy and cheap to make, and if the person you give them to doesn’t like them it’s really easy for them to stick them in a drawer somewhere and only pull them out when you come over! Yay!

From: BoxyColonial

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