10 Handmade Gifts Under $10

Inexpensive presents for Christmas under $10 to make that are useful and cool homemade gifts. Some of the inexpensive gifts to make include christmas in a jar, hand warmers, bookmark, journal pen holder, hot pad set, snowball soap, chalkboard mug, and peppermint sugar scrub.

Handmade Gifts Under $10

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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Candy Cane Mason Jar

1.  Candy Cane Mason Jar ~ Turn mason jars into festive candy cane jars by adding chalkboard stripes.  They are quite versatile which makes them perfect for decorating your home or giving them as gifts. 

Felt Christmas Coasters

2.  Felt Christmas Coasters ~ These coasters are perfectly festive and great for entertaining! Plus with the great tutorial found in this post you can make a set for your home! All you’ll need is felt. Easy to create and inexpensive to make!

Dollar Store Hot Pads

3.  Dollar Store Hot Pads ~ You can easily embellish plain dollar store hot pads by adding fabric scraps and trim.  Fill with homemade treats or utensils.

Photo Pendant Bookmarks

4.  Photo Pendant Bookmarks ~ This Photo Pendant Bookmark is the perfect gift for the bookworm in your life!  Simple and easy to make with ribbon, a frame charm and clear printable sticker sheets. Pair it with a book and you have a fabulous gifts.

Journal Pen Holder

5.  Journal Pen Holder ~ Using fabric scraps you can make a handy pen holder for a journal.  Pair it with a journal for a great gift idea!

Handmade Owl Heat Pack {free pattern}

6.  Handmade Owl Heat Pack {free pattern} ~ These adorable Owl Heat Packs 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 and the free pattern to make the pouches and fill with rice.

Christmas in a Jar

7.  Christmas in a Jar {free printable label} ~ Delight family and friends with this Christmas in a Jar gift!  Dehydrated lemon, apple and orange slices and spices are added to a jar that can be later heated to scent to their home with a heavenly Christmas aroma.

DIY Chalkboard Mug

7.  DIY Chalkboard Mug ~ Give a mug of love with this adorable chalkboard mug!  A mug was taped and painted with chalkboard paint.  Pair it with hot cocoa, coffee or tea and of course, some chalk to doodle. 

Soap Snowballs

9.  Soap Snowballs ~ ‘Tis the season for the white stuff!  Not everyone gets snow, so for the warmer weather here’s a fun snowball soap recipe.  Not only are they adorable decorative soap, but a great gift idea.

Peppermint Candy Cane Sugar Scrub

10.  Peppermint Candy Cane Sugar Scrub ~ Peppermint Sugar Scrubs are easy to make, package adorably and are good for your skin! Plus, they are the perfect holiday homemade gift! Here’’s an easy-peasy, Peppermint sugar scrub recipe that’’s perfect for gift giving this holiday season!


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We’’re continuing our Christmas in July with more amazing pictured tutorials for homemade gifts, DIY decorating, free printables, and recipes.

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