How to Make Christmas Gifts For Grandparents

I have had so much fun featuring Christmas in July here on Tip Junkie the past two weeks.  I hope you have enjoyed it as well.  Don’t forget to enter to win the Christmas in July Grand Prizes. All winners will be announced next Monday!

Also, I’m still looking for creative and unique Christmas Cards, if you have one {or two} please submit it as I’d love to feature them.

How to Make Christmas Gifts For Grandparents

1.  How to decoupage a wood bowl tutorial from Ashley Ann.
2.  This little box from Inking Idaho is made of CD cases! It can be a planter for a tree or poinsettia, make a divider for it and it would make a darling a desk caddy.
3.  Rice bag feet warmer tutorial from V and Co.
4.  How to make an eyeglass holder tutorial from Sew Many Ways.
Another reading glass case tutorial from The Answer is Chocolate.

Gifts for Grandparents From Grandchildren

5.  Exploading box mini-scrapbook gift for Grandparents from Katie’s Nesting Spot.
6.  Hand decorated platter for the Grandparents from Extra Kisses of Sunshine.
7. Easy, inexpensive and classy photo bock gift tutorial from Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs.
8.  How to make hand and foot print potholders from Wholesome Womanhood.

Gift Ideas for Grandparents for Christmas

9.  How to make a soothing eye mask with printable instructions from Artistic Thread Designs.
10.  Blah frame make over from Team Payne.
11.  A scrap paper family tree tutorial from Crafting a Green World.
12.  Not your mama’s rubber gloves, a tutorial on how to embellish dish washing gloves from Little Birdie Secrets.

If you have a Christmas idea or tutorial you would like me to feature, feel free to submit it! I’d love to share it. {{high fives}} If you like what you find on Tip Junkie, please help me spread the word by putting the blog button on your site.  I would be most grateful!  {{high fives}}

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  1. ?Love? these ideas…..I always find grandparents the hardest to buy for….they already have everything!! Very cute, classy & creative ideas….I hope to use one (or two) this year! Thanks for sharing! Love your blog! : )

  2. I was just analyzing your site it is extremely well crafted, I’m looking around on the internet trying to find out the correct way to do this weblog thing and your website is almost certainly very impressive.

  3. I am thrilled to be featured by you Laurie! I’m so glad you like the exploding box? Off to go check out the box made out of CD cases, I’ve got tons of those laying around waiting to be transformed!

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