Today I have a round up of fun and cute gifts that kids can make! Instead of running to the store, let them try homemade gifts this year. Perfect for grandparents, friends, or parents!
Your kids will feel proud at making a present with their hands and the recipients will love the sentimentality and thoughtfulness.
I love that that list of gifts kids can make includes ideas perfect for littles and others would be great for preteens to create.
There are ideas that would not only work at Christmas time but also for birthdays and other occasions through the year.
Simple Pom Pom Rug from Holly at Simplify Create Inspire
Wouldn’t this be a fun additions to a bedroom made in a child’s favorite colors? Perfect for a preteen or teen to make for a sibling or friend!
Oatmeal Lavender Bath Teas from Deanna at From this Kitchen Table
Perfect for mom, grandma, sisters, or friends! These are easy to make and will make a bath even more relaxing.
Shower Jellies from Deanna at From this Kitchen Table
My kids love to use these and they are easy to make. Just be sure to keep them refrigerated (or in a cool spot) so they don’t melt.
Bookmark from April at Love Our Real Life
These would be perfect for anyone that loves books! Such a cute (plus easy and inexpensive) idea.
Yarn Pom Pom Snowball Fight Kit from Nikki at Tikkido
So much fun! This is the perfect sibling or friend gift for a child to make.
Popsicle Stick Picture Frame from Sonja and Jane at Sustain My Craft Habit
Awww. Wouldn’t a grandparent love a homemade picture frame with a picture of the child attached? Put a magnet on the back so it can be hung on the refrigerator.
Painted Wood Bead Necklace from Sonja and Jane at Sustain My Craft Habit
This is a perfect one for the preteens and teens to make. Love the two tones on the beads.
Upcycled Maps Coasters from Jane and Sonja at The Boondocks Blog
Creative gift for kids to make to give to the travel lovers! It would be fun to use a map from their recent trips.
Peppermint Sugar Scrub from April at April Golightly
Easy enough for littles to make but also perfect for those older kids as well.
Gingerbread Body Scrub from Jenny at Gingerbread House Blog
Love gingerbread! Another easy Christmas time gift idea.
Salt Dough Ornaments from Katie at Good Life Eats
Love all the suggestions she gives on these! Who knew salt dough ornaments could be so elegant. It’s also the perfect way to get a second use out of the rubber stamps in our craft closet.
Seedling Pots and Garden Stone Markers from Jessica at The Forked Spoon
Kids would love making these! Such a fun idea for someone into gardening.
Painted Rainbow Flower Pots from Amy at DIY Candy
So cute! Especially if you gift it with a flower or herb already in the pot.
Thumbprint Christmas Ornaments from Sarah at The Farmer Wife Crafts
These clay ornaments are adorable! Perfect easy little gift you could even have the babies “make”.
Kids’ Art Coasters from Amy at Mod Podge Rocks
Love the wood slices and painting on these!
Thumbprint Christmas Ornament from The Moody Blonde
This would be a fun keepsake to make when your kids are little.
Scented Bath Salts from Lyne at Ottawwa Mommy Club
Another perfect gift for kids to make! Great for a friends’ gift or to give to adults.
Single Layer No Sew Fleece Blanket from MaryAnne at Mama Smiles
What adult or child wouldn’t want a new blanket? Little kids might need help with the cutting, but then they can do the folding through themselves.
Beginner Hand Sewing Projects for Kids from MaryAnne at Mama Smiles
Fun ideas for a child to gift to another child!
No Sew Gift Bags from Andrea at Savings Lifestyle
Not only can they make their own gift, they can also put it in a homemade, reusable gift bag!
No Tie Fleece Blanket with Fringe from Karen at Decor Hint
This is another cute blanket option! Lots of cutting, so perfect for the older kids to make.
Melted Crayon Ornaments from Kim at Two Kids and a Coupon
The kids would love making these and you could use up broken crayon pieces!
Simmering Potpourri Jar from Kari Lyn at She Saved
Another one simple enough for the young kids to make but also perfect for the older ones. I think this would be a great last minute gift idea.
Candy Santa Sleigh from Kari Lyn at She Saved
All three of my kids would love making this and receiving this. This would be a fun friend gift.
Rudolph Candle from Jamie at Totally the Bomb
Jazz up a purchased (or even homemade) candle.
Ice Cream Stick Photo Frame (with Washi Tape) from Amy at Mod Podge Rocks
Washi Tape is popular with preteens! They could get so creative with this one. Love that Amy mentions gluing a stand on the back of the frame.
Snowman Decoration from Heather and Lisa at Made in a Pinch
A cute little craft that could be used as an ornament or wall hanging. Lots of cutting, so the littles will need quite a bit of help or put the older kids on this one.
Clay Covered Pens from Amy at DIY Candy
What a cool looking pen! Practical gift and easy to make.
Snowman Ornaments from Angie at Country Chic Cottage
Awww, aren’t these wooden bead snowmen so cute!
See, aren’t they such cute ideas? What are your favorite ideas for gifts kids can make? Any creative ones I should have my 3 put together this year?