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Handmade Christmas Gift Ideas {diy}

There’s only 16 days until Christmas {{yikes!}} If you’re still looking for some creative homemade Christmas gift ideas or inspiration on what to make for the kids, teachers, friends, and neighbors. You’ll  love these DIY tutorials.

Be sure to tell these creative women that the Tip Junkie sent you.

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Handmade Christmas

1. Tea towel calendar gift to make for $3 from Heather
2.  Ruffle Scarf Photo Tutorial
3.  Handmade coasters – a cheap gift idea from Andrea
4.  Heather’s calendar blocks

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For the Kids

5.  Sock Stick Horse from Sarah
6.  Mandy’s memory game using family photos
7.  Puppet Theater Tutorial from Kelly
8.  Magnetic Personality – using magnetic business cards

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9.  Boo Boo Cold Pack from Suzanne
10.  How to make a little mannequin to display clothes
11.  Cut Tulle for a Tutu Using a quick & easy method
*     Satin wrap for a tutu
12.  Doorway puppet theater from Brandy

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13.  Beautiful corduroy skirt tutorial
14.  Savings Jars made by Tabetha
15.  Bow tie & matching belt for little boys
16. Use a ribbed knee high sock to create a one of a kind onesie

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Teacher & Neighbor Gift Ideas

17.  Cookie of the Month from Cristin
18.  Cookie dough rolls from Toni
19.  Alison’s 30 Neighbor Christmas gift ideas
20.  Chimney Secret Box goodie holder from Karli

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21.  Peppermint Bark treat for the neighbors
22.  DIY Caramel Corn Gifts from Christina
23.  Padded Hanger tutorial from Kayren
24.  Post it Note holders

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25.  Ginger’s glitter and altered clipboards
26.  Key Chain or Dog Tag
27.  Beautiful notebook with tabs
28.  CD holder tutorial

P.S. Creative Party Place is having a custom invitation giveaways which ends tomorrow!  Shannon is an amazing designer as I just love all her designs for Tip Junkie!

6 comments

  1. Sarah latham

    Hi! im trying to get to the notebook but it has the tag for teh dog tag on it insted!

  2. Valerie Gay

    The link for the notebook tutorial takes you to the dog tag/key chain page (which is cute too). Can you post the link for the notebook tutorial? It is adorable!

    Thanks!

    Valerie

  3. Jan Bush-Wood

    Thanks for sharing your method for cutting tulle. I needed to cut some for a bird doll I am making. Along with your other 2000+ people, I’ll be following your blog. Very Creative-Much continued success.
    Jan

  4. R Brill

    I can’t seem to find the Ruffle Scarf Tutorial on the website that the link you have for it sends me to. Any tips to finding it? Thanks!

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