Tuesday, September 18, 2012

50 Homemade Gifts for Kids


Based on the attention my last year's post, Homemade Gifts for Kids Inspirations, has been receiving, I am thinking there must be a lot of you out there thinking about the holidays already!  I am determined to make homemade gifts for my children this year.  So, if you are like me, you are searching for those perfect ideas that will bring a smile to their faces Christmas morning.  Here are some of the amazing ideas I've found.  I hope you find something that inspires you here too!


DIY Art Kit
at Every Day is a Holiday


Baby Animal Hat Tutorial (with free pattern)
at Moth & Sparrow

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Bean Bag Toss Game
at Make Baby Stuff


Cozy Coupe Makeover
at Pink & Green Mama


DIY Play Workbench
at McBabyBump


DIY Dollhouse Decorating and More
at Red Ted Art


Regina the Rabbit Tutorial
at The Handmade Home


How to Make a Beautiful Kite
at Red Ted Art


Surprise Snowballs
at Speckled Egg


DIY Play Dough Kit
at Probably Actually


How to Make Play Make-Up
at Not So Idle Hands

 
Homemade Fairy House
at Pink & Green Mama


House in our Hallway
at ikatbag


Finger Puppet Kit
at The Craft Nest


DIY Chalkboard Book
at WhipUp

at Craft, Inturrupted

Bath Tub Car Stickies
at Mess for Less

at MMMCrafts

at Chez Beeper Bebe

Minky OWL Ribbon Tag Baby Blanket in Magenta and Orange Woodland Animals Print Blankie Lovey Lovie Baby Gift
on Etsy by LifeInTheSassLane


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at Make It Do

at The Busy Budgeting Mama

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at Modern Parents Messy Kids

at Dandee

at Make the Best of Everything

 
at Giverslog

Harry Potter Kindle Cover
at Nerd Approved

at My Poppet

at Seven Sisters

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at Lemon Tree Creations

at Helping Little Hands

at Nurture Store

at The Creative Mama

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shared by Steve Gerber at The Instructables

at Ramblings from Utopia

at Second Street

at Chez Beeper Bebe

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at Apartment Therapy

at A Turtle's Life for Me

at Lil Blue Boo

at Attempting Aloha

at That's My Letter

18" Doll Mattress Sewing Tutorial
at Ana White Homemaker

at Probably Actually

at The Little Giggler

at Lil Blue Boo

at Lil Blue Boo

at A Girl & A Glue Gun

at I Can Teach My Child

 
Science Box
at A Girl & A Glue Gun

 
at Finley & Oliver


DIY Lego Table
at SunScholars

1 Train table to Lego table!
at Over the Big Moon

at That's My Letter

at Ana White Homemaker


Blanket-to-Backpack Tutorial
at SunScholars


Happy Gift Making!

13 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for including my felt food tutorials in this great list! I'm checking several of them out.

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  2. There are at least 5 of these I want to make for Christmas! Thanks for compiling this fabulous collection!

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  3. No man can be a failure if he thinks he's a success; If he thinks he is a winner, then he is

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  4. Thanks for this collections of ideas, they're great!

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  5. Thank you for including our doll's house!!! :-) And what FABULOUS list of gifts! Brilliant.

    Maggy

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  6. Oh my goodness, what an awesome list of ideas!! Thanks for taking the time to put this together. I can't wait to use some these fun ideas!

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  7. These are great! This year I'm making a set of kits of things for my little one and these added to my list!

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  8. This is an amazing list. So many fun doable ideas, and I already have supplies on hand for several of them. Thanks so much!!

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  9. good job,thanks for sharing.
    http://www.liztoys.com

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  10. What a great collection!! I have a pinboard of homemade gifts and I don't think I had any of these. Definitely added some new pins today based on your recommendations!

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  11. Awesome ideas! I am definitely preparing some of these for this Christmas.
    http://www.magicmails.biz

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  12. This is such a great list of homemade gifts for kids! i especially like the box princesses and the boys' set as well. I think that my kids would really like some of these gifts. However, I am not very crafty. I think I might try to find somewhere that sells things like this that have already been made! http://www.sitaracollections.com/Children_s_Gifts_s/1914.htm

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