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137 inexpensive homemade gifts for Christmas

137 inexpensive homemade gifts for Christmas, awesome list! Love homemade gifts and the little ones can help.

Easy Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas - Rice Bag Heating Pad - Click pic for 25 DIY Inexpensive Christmas Gifts for Kids

A tutorial on how to make your own rice bag heating pad for Christmas gifts! A tutorial on how to make your own rice bag heating pad for Christmas gifts!

Inexpensive Homemade Gift Ideas

Inexpensive Homemade Gift Ideas

The Thrifty Frugal Mom rounds up the best budget-friendly DIY holiday gift ideas from around the web!

This site has all sorts of homemade gifts! For her, for him, for kids, and even edible ones (perfect for co-workers). Gold mind!

This site has all sorts of homemade gifts! For her, for him, for kids, and even edible ones (perfect for co-workers). Gold mine (page 3 for stamped jewelry)

If you’re anything like us, then the Christmas season is the perfect time for DIY crafts! So, when the weather gets chilly, check out this collection of 100+ Holiday Projects. Tackle everything from getting your home adorned with festive decorations to making the perfect homemade gift for a close friend or family member with these wonderful activities.

If you’re anything like us, then the Christmas season is the perfect time for DIY crafts! So, when the weather gets chilly, check out this collection of Holiday Projects. Tackle everything from getting your home adorned with festive decorations

Definitely going to use some of these ideas in the future.

25 Handmade Gifts Under $5

25 gifts Handmade Gifts-Warning-I may be starting at and working my way down the list for every birthday & holiday!

printable labels for your homemade treats. From jams to pumpkin bread and rice krispe treats, add a beautiful label or wrap to just about anything you whip up.

printable labels for your homemade treats. from jams to pumpkin bread and rice krispie treats, add a beautiful label or wrap to just about anything you whip up. the link leads to a label for purchase.

start with 4 x4 tiles... print photos onto tissue paper. In order to feed it through the printer, scotch tape the tissue paper to a regular piece of paper.... cut the photo out to a 4 x 4 size  place over the tile. Modge podge one layer over the picture on tile. Let completely dry and repeat twice, letting dry between each layer"

DIY photo coasters Supplies: tile coasters white tissue paper printer scotch tape scissors Mod Podge (Matte or Gloss) paint brush Krylon acrylic clear coat black felt with adhesive backing craft-ideas

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