10 Presents for Christmas Under $10 To Make


Cheap presents for Christmas under $10 to make that are useful and cool homemade gifts.  Some of the inexpensive gifts to make include a kindle cover, reversible hair bows, fabric bag, pencil roll, coffee sleeves, s’more kit and sourdough starter.

10 Presents for Christmas Under $10 To Make

As always, the Tip Junkie Homemade Gifts site has hundreds of pictured tutorials with free patterns for Homemade Gifts Under $10 to Make, so you can always search there if you’re looking for something specific. {wink}

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Present for Christmas like a Kindle Cover

Present for Christmas

1.  Kindle Cover {tutorial} ~ Know someone who lucked out and scored a Kindle?  Use this great tutorial to make them a custom cover to keep it safe in their purse or backpack.

Present for Christmas like Reversible Hair Bows

2.  Reversible Hair BowsGet double the bang for your buck with these reversible hair bows.  Take up half the space in your bathroom, without losing the color options.

Snappy Mini Fabric Bag {Tutorial}

3.  Snappy Mini Fabric Bag {Tutorial} ~ This little mini pouch is perfect for gift cards, treats, or holding the basics like a debit card and ID.  The secret for getting it to “snap” closed?  Strips of a metal tape measure sewn inside – genius!  Fun for party favors too.

10 Minute Pencil Roll {Kids Gifts}

4.  10 Minute Pencil Roll {Kids Gifts}A quick little project that makes a great gift and can be whipped up at short notice with materials from your stash. Only basic sewing skills required, so this is a great beginner project

. Holiday Coffee Sleeves Gift Idea

5.  Holiday Coffee Sleeves ~ These festive Holiday Coffee Sleeves are absolutely adorable!   To make these reusable sleeves for coffee or hot cocoa you can use a Christmas sock or small sweater and embellish them with felt and buttons.

Photo Tile Coasters {Personalized Gifts}

6.  Photo Tile Coasters {Personalized Gifts}Create your own personalized gifts for anniversaries, the holidays, Mother’s Day or birthdays with this simple to follow tutorial. Your personalized gift will surely be treasured for years to come.

DIY Holiday Magnets

7.  DIY Holiday Magnets ~ Cut the circles out or simply use a circle punch. Adhere a jumbo flat back clear marble {purchased from JoAnn’s} on top, a super strong magnet on the back and that’s it.  A perfect teacher gift!

Monogrammed Hand Soap or Sanitizer Gift

8.  Monogrammed Hand Soap/Sanitizer ~ These monogrammed soap bottles are a fabulous gift.  People love to receive something that has been personalized – it tells them that you care.

DIY S'more Kit {recipe how-to}

9.  DIY S’more Kit {recipe how-to} ~ To celebrate the occasion I put together these little S’mores kits for everyone. There’s something about fall weather, a cabin and a fireplace that just scream S’mores. Besides, who doesn’t love Graham Crackers, chocolate and marshmallows?

 Sourdough Starter {free printable tag}

10.  Sourdough Starter {free printable tag} ~ This 3 ingredient sourdough starter is perfect for making waffles or other delicious breakfast foods.  The recipe will make two sourdough starters that store well in mason jars.  Keep one for yourself and give one away.  Print the free tag to embellish the jar and keep track of the month and year it was started.

10 Presents for Christmas Under $10 To Make

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