Inexpensive homemade gifts under $25 to make that are useful and just plain cool. Some of the diy Christmas gifts to make include slippers gift set, baking set, cozy gift in a jar, pom pom fleece blanket, jewelry holder, camera strap and even diy t shirt ideas for gifts.

Create a new Christmas tradition or do a simple activity 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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Christmas Baking Kit

1.  Christmas Baking Kit ~ This amazing Christmas Baking Kit in a tin contains all of the items needed to bake some holiday sugar cookies. There’s even the free printable labels to attach to them.

Cozy Slipper Gift Idea

2. Cozy Slipper Gift Idea ~ How fun is this slipper gift idea? Load up the slippers with nail polish, chap stick, lotion and maybe add a gift card for a pedicure.

Stamped Tribal Clutch

3. Stamped Tribal Clutch ~ Makeover a plain burlap clutch with some trendy tribal designs.

Barn Wood Jewelry Holder

4. Barn Wood Jewelry Holder ~ This is such a pretty way to display all of your jewelry and really make it a focal point! Barn wood is such a fun and creative way to bring some rustic beauty into your home. You can fancy it up with some dainty knobs and besides, who doesn’t’ love a little gold paint?!

Pedicure in a Jar

5.  Pedicure in a Jar ~ Let’s face it, with the holiday preparation there’s not a lot of time to pamper yourself which makes this pedi in a jar gift the perfect one!  The jar is filled with the essentials needed for a pedicure, and it comes with a free printable label!

How to Make Mason Jar Soap Dispensers

6. How to Make Mason Jar Soap Dispensers ~ Look at this clever way to easily make a soap dispenser!  A great way to rehab your old soap pump.

How to Make a Fleece Blanket

7. How to Make a Fleece Blanket ~ Make a quick and easy fleece blanket by adding decorative trim like pom pom.

diy vintage ribbon camera strap

8. DIY Vintage Ribbon Camera Strap ~ Your camera can’t get anymore stylish with this Vintage Belt Ribbon Strap. No sewing is required. If you or someone you know loves to take pictures then this is a great hip alternative to the black nylon strap the camera came with.

DIY Tie Rack Holder

9. DIY Tie Rack Holder ~ Make a tie rack that’s stylish you’ll want to hang and display in the bedroom.

DIY Christmas Gifts

polka dot tote bag

10.  Tote-ally Golden Tote Bag ~ Tutorial for making a hand-stamped polka dot tote perfect for back to school, Teacher appreciation or Mother’s Day. Comes with free printable tag that says, “You are TOTE-ally golden”!

Comfy Cozies in a Jar

11. Comfy Cozies in a Jar ~ Give the gift of ultimate comfort. It includes hot cocoa, mug, sweats, socks and even a beanie hat.

No Sew Deer Silhouette Pillow

12.  No Sew Deer Silhouette Pillow ~ Making a Deer Silhouette Pillow is a DIY craft that is super easy, inexpensive and perfect for the holidays!

DIY T Shirt Ideas for Gifts

diy t shirt quilt

13. DIY T-shirt Quilt ~ Grab the recipients old t-shirts and get ready to create the cutest quilt.  It’s the perfect sentiment for them to remember their youth.

braided t shirt rug

14. Braided T Shirt Rug ~ Upcycle old t shirts into a gorgeous braided rug.

14 Homemade Gifts Under $25
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