12 Easy Holiday Gifts to Make for Under $10

Inexpensive Christmas homemade presents under $10 to make that are useful and cool homemade gifts. Some of the inexpensive gifts to make include simmering potpourri, potted succulents, hand warmers, no-sew scarf, diy fringe blanket, monogrammed ring dish, glitter and sharpie mug, and scented candles.

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Create a new Christmas tradition or do a simple activitiy for kids with these awesome holiday crafts! Use these pictured instructions to make Holiday CraftsDIY DecorFood and RecipesParty Ideas, Free Printables, and Activities for Kids perfect for the holiday season!

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Holiday Succulents

1.  Holiday Succulents ~ Using glass jars or votives make festive planters for succulents.  Attach the adorable chalkboard tags for a quick and easy gift.

DIY Fringed Flannel Throw

2.  DIY Fringed Flannel Throw ~ Make a trendy plaid flannel throw in about an hour.  Perfect for keeping warm on cold winter nights. Basic sewing skills are required.

No Sew DIY Blanket Scarf

3.  No Sew DIY Blanket Scarf ~ Make a warm winter scarf using just 2 yards of flannel fabric.  You don’t even have to sew it just fray the edges.

Monogram Ring Dish

4.  Monogram Ring Dish ~ Monograming is all the rage right now! And, what a fun, easy and inexpensive way to make a gift.  Vinyl monograms are made with a die cut machine and added to a dish for gift giving.

Glossy Monogrammed Key Chains

5.  Glossy Monogrammed Key Chains ~ Here’s a frugal and useful homemade gift that’s perfect for family members, friends, neighbors or even co-workers.  Decorate wood circles in any desired craft paper, mod podge and acrylic paint.

DIY Hand Warmers

6.  DIY Hand Warmers ~ These adorable hand warmers not only make a terrific gift, but are very practical! Warm them up before bedtime to keep you toasty in bed. You can use your fabric scraps to make the heart pouches and fill with rice.

Handmade Presents Ideas

Christmas Notebook

7.  Christmas Notebook ~ Not really up to making a gift this year?  A notebook was picked up from Homegoods and paired with a pen from Target’s $1 bin.  Add an ornament and twine for festive wrap.

How to Make a Glitter and Sharpie Mug

8.  How to Make a Glitter and Sharpie Mug ~ Give a mug of love with this adorable glitter and sharpie mug!  A mug was taped and painted with glitter paint.  Pair it with hot cocoa, coffee or tea.

Simmering Potpourri

9.  Simmering Potpourri {free printable} ~ Delight family and friends with this simmering potpourri gift!  Orange and lemon slices, cinnamon sticks and cloves that can be later heated in a pan to scent to their home with a heavenly Christmas aroma.

Homemade Vanilla Extract

10.  Homemade Vanilla Extract ~ If you’’re looking for an easy, affordable and rewarding homemade holiday gift for friends, family co-workers or boss, whipping up a batch of your own vanilla extract is the perfect solution! After all, with lots of holiday baking on the horizon, vanilla extract will be a welcome (and delicious) homemade gift. 

Festive Scented Holiday Candle

11.  Festive Scented Holiday Candle ~ An easy and quick DIY craft to make your own scented candles.

DIY Wood Slice Snowflake Coasters

12.  DIY Wood Slice Snowflake Coasters ~ Celebrate the season with these cute DIY Wood Slice Snowflake Coasters! They make a great gift!



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