Creative Gift How-Tos From Around The Web
If you bake, love crafts or are in any way practical, homemade gifts are a great option for birthdays, Christmas, Valentine's day and other festivities—not only because people will appreciate the extra effort you've made, but because it's fun to make the gifts and it can usually save you money too.
On this page I've compiled lists of the best and most unusual how-tos and ideas for making your own gifts, from edible items to wall art, coasters and much more. The tutorials cover a range of prices and recipients, from fathers to friends and co-workers.
I hope you find the ideas helpful!
Why Make Your Own Presents?
Apart from the practicality of actually saving yourself some money (usually), the best thing about giving and receiving home made gifts is the thoughtfulness behind the idea and the obvious time and effort spent on it, plus the fact that it is unique and personal.
A lot of people seem to think of DIY gifts as cheap, naff, or things that only kids make, like macaroni necklaces, but please take a look at the amazing things on this page and you will completely change your mind! You won't believe what you can make with basic materials.
If you are crafty or you can sew, then the world is pretty much your oyster with regards to what you could make, and bakers or cooks have a huge array of treats and goodies to choose from too. If you're neither craft-minded nor a fan of cooking, then don't despair; most ideas on this page come complete with step-by-step tutorials which guide even total beginners to victory! If you don't have time for making something from scratch, then embellishing or personalizing store-bought products is a great idea too, whether it's with personal photos in a photo album, a journal with added decoration by you, or even fun gift wrapping. OR perhaps you could buy multiple gifts with the same theme (e.g. golf, movie night, chocolate, puzzles, spa day) and make up a surprise gift box!
Kits to Assemble Yourself—Fill a Box or Basket Full of Themed Goodies!
- Picnic Hamper
Awesome idea especially for a couple's anniversary or wedding.
- Sewing Kit
Useful gift with lots of sewing bits 'n' bobs packaged in a pincushion jar.
- Birthday in a Suitcase
Really thoughtful and special suitcase revamp.
- Giant Bubbles Kit
For kids and the young at heart.
- Birthday in a Box
Fun-filled box with a colourful collection of birthday party treats.
- The Ultimate Care Package
Whether you know someone at university or abroad, this is a thoughtful gift.
- Painting-by-Numbers Set
Brilliant personalized kit for artistic people.
- Custom Letter-Writing Box
Fill a box with luxury stationery for a keen writer.
- DIY Stationery Set
Bundle homemade notebooks and paper items together.
- Father's Day Collection Box
Fill a wooden box with curiosities, memories and/or interesting things.
Birthday Plant Basket
DIY Gifts & Lists of Awesome Ideas
- Seed Tape
Sweet and simple gift.
- 8 Homemade Gifts
Anyone can give these ideas a go.
- Make Cheap Christmas Gifts
Loads of ideas for Xmas and other occasions.
- Decorative Bottle Stoppers
Made from corks and door pulls.
- Photo Dolls
And you can use the recipient's face!
- 34 Handmade Gift Ideas
From truffles to a gourmet salt assortment.
- Handmade Gift Guides
From One Pretty Thing.
- 137 Inexpensive Gifts
Small but thoughtful handmade gifts.
- 100 Inexpensive DIY Gifts
Including edibles and crafts.
- 101 Simple Handmade Gifts
Tutorials for 101 easy and crafty presents.
- A Few Thoughtful Ideas
From home spas to present-giving spread throughout the year.
- Green Hostess Gifts
Lovely little gifts like vanilla-infused maple sugar, and beeswax candles.
Sharpie Embellished Mug
Top-Rated Gift Ideas
These affordable and fun present ideas could be for friends, colleagues or family - I particularly recommend the 'One Line a Day' memory book which I own and is perfect for busy people who would like to keep a regular diary.
Fun Handmade Projects To Try
- DIY Photo Calendar
Using photos that are meaningful to the recipient.
- Painted Corks
Fun DIY keyring idea that can also float!
- Personalised Hanger
Write out the recipient's name in wire.
- Chocolate Name
Why not spell out the gift recipient's name in chocolate?!
- Sponge-Cake Postcard
Hilariously realistic icing decoration on a cake-slice postcard.
- An Apple For Teacher
A pouch of lavender for a lovely scented gift.
- Surprise Ball
Make gift opening a lot more fun!
- Design Your Own Porcelain
Decorate a teacup and saucer with just one special pen.
- Photo Album Cover
Buy a photo album, then personalize the cover.
- Photo Display
Cool and cheap way of creating a display of photos.
- Monogram Mugs
How to transfer sketchy-style monograms to personalise mugs.
- Send a Hug
Lovely and meaningful gift, perfect for kids to send to family members.
Print Your Own Tote Bags
More Kits, Sets and Creative Present Ideas
- Quills & Stationery Set
Dye and make your own feather pens.
- Paper Doll Kit
Sweet crafty gift for little girls.
- DIY Detective Kit
Kids would absolutely love this little spy kit.
- Ice Cream Sundae Kit
I bet any sweet tooth would adore this gift.
- Science Kit for Kids
I would have loved to have received this as a child.
- 60 Years of Memories
Beautiful and thoughtful, this memory collection would be treasured forever.
Sock Softies and Cuddly Toys
Sweet Valentine's Day Gifts
- Pocket Flipbook
Take photos of yourself and make a flipbook to be kept in a wallet/purse.
- Valentine's Kit
Romantic idea of filling a box with classics like wine and candles.
- Framed Love Heart
Embroider a cute heart for your loved one.
- 52 Things I Love About You
Adorable and romantic pack of cards.
- Valentine Heart-Attack
A fun statement of love.
Make Your Own Recipe-Book Holder
A recipe-book holder is a great gift for any keen cook or baker, and this project is easily achievable even for woodworking newbies, although you will need a couple of basic tools.
What you will need:
- Wood in the dimensions shown in the diagram—natural wood, plywood, MDF—doesn't really matter. If you want a nice-looking wood grain, use a natural wood like pine. But MDF is a cheap board and is simple to use, and you can always paint it at the end to make it look nicer!
- Wood saw, hand or electric (scroll/band).
- Wood glue
- Two clamps
- Two 23" lengths of elastic tape (optional)
- Paint, stain, or whatever you want to finish the wood with
- A recipe book, to test the product with
- Nails (optional)
I. Cut the wood pieces out as per the diagram:
- Piece 1: a rectangle 16" x 11" (at least 1/4" thick)
- Pieces 2 and 3: two identical triangles, with one right angle between edges 9" and 5" long. These supporting struts can be as thick as you want, but at least 1/2" thick.
- Piece 4: one rectangle 1.5" x 10" (about 3/8" thick)
- Piece 5: one rectangle 1" x 10" (about 1/4" thick).
II. Glue Piece 4 to Piece 1, as per the diagram. The edge of Piece 4 should be glued to Piece 1 so that it is centered and is about 1" from the bottom of Piece 1.
III. Clamp the pieces together to keep them in place until the glue dries. You could use nails instead (or as well as) if you wish by hammering nails from the back of Piece 1 into Piece 4.
IV. Attach Piece 5 with glue and clamps to the front of Piece 4 so that the bottom edges line up with each other. This forms the "lip" on the recipe-book platform which will keep the recipe book held in place.
V. You will then need to glue on the triangular Pieces 2 and 3, as in the diagram, so each one sits 3" from each side of Piece 1 and lines up with the bottom of Piece 1. This will create a slanted book holder.
VI. If you have trouble clamping the triangular pieces because they are on a slant, a trick is to basically make two mini versions of the triangle shapes of Pieces 2 and 3, so that they are smaller but the angles are the same. Turn each of these mini triangles upside down and position them on the edges of Pieces 2 and 3 respectively in order to make a parallel surface for the clamps to push against
VII. Put a recipe book in position to test that the holder works.
VIII. Use the sandpaper to smooth any rough surfaces or edges. Remove the wood dust with a slightly damp cloth to leave it nice and clean.
IX. To finish it off (making sure the holder is completely dry), you can paint it (spray or brush), stencil it with a pattern, cover with a photo collage, decoupage it with fabric, stain it (if you used natural wood), or whatever you like: it's up to you!
X. If you want to add elastic straps to the holder (to hold the pages open when necessary), then you can do this as the last step. With a recipe book in place on the holder, wrap the elastic tape piece around both the holder and the book so that the ends meet at the back (see diagram). Sew the elastic together in a join when you have judged how long you want the elastic strap to be, making sure that the elastic will be stretched enough around the book to exert pressure onto the pages.
Do this for each piece of elastic so you have two identical elastic loops. You can glue the elastic to the back of Piece 1, making sure the elastic seam is positioned at the back.
Edible Presents and Ideas for Keen Cooks and Bakers
- Cupcake In A Jar
Creative way to package a yummy gift.
- Chocolate Truffles
A classic edible treat.
- Apple Jellies
These sweets are perfect to give.
- Holiday Food Gifts
29 ideas from Martha Stewart.
- Homemade Fudge
Excellent recipes including vanilla and chocolate flavours.
With a candy cane twist.
- 10 Homemade Baking Mixes
Provide the ingredients for cookies or other bakes, all in an pretty glass jar.
- Cupcake Stand
Make your own cake stand from flowerpots.
- Apron in a Jar
Lovely idea for a cooking-themed gift.
- Infused Vinegars
Sophisticated gifts for foodie friends.
- Gourmet Basket Ideas
Ten ideas for filling baskets with themed luxury items.
- Presents from the Kitchen
Lots of candy and sweet ideas like sea salt caramels, yum!
- Rum Balls
Made with mashed up chocolate cake - yummy!
- Homemade Chocolates
Brilliant tutorial for making your own choccy collection.
- Recipe-Inspired Apron
Transfer a whole handwritten recipe onto an apron for a unique design.
Homemade Bath Products
A top idea: You could make your own bath salts and soap and put them together with loofah and sponge to create a lovely gift set.
Decorative Gifts for the Home
- Surprise Postcard Wall Art
Clever and thoughtful surprise for sending in the mail.
- DIY Customized Tableware
From 101-woonideeen, one of the best DIY and interior magazines from the Netherlands at the moment.
- Bouquet of Posies
Fun tissue-paper flowers.
- Artistic Plates
Even kids can make great results with this idea.
- Mirrors & Photo Frames
Huge list of DIY ideas for lovely and easy home décor gifts.
- Chalkboard Coasters
Easy to make and would make a great hostess gift.
- Glass Storage Jars
You could also etch glasses, bowls and other glass items.
- House Number Sign
Using just nails and wood to make a unique sign.
- Customized Clock
Personalize a clock by simply adding a photograph.
- Gold Clay Bowls
Easy to make, but look really expensive.
Woodburned Snowflake Ornament
Presents To Make By Hand
- Procrastinator's Desk Tower
Trendy geometric desk tower which is great for rearranging when you're bored.
- Inspiring Quote Block
Lovely idea for someone who works at a desk, and very easy to make.
- DIY Apothecary Bottle
Turn a glass jar into something special with a drawer-knob topper.
- Vintage Book Organizer
A portable tech organizer for someone who likes to travel.
- A Gift For Your Pet Dog
A recipe for making cute bone-shaped treats.
- Ribbon Rosette Awards
You could change the text to "Number 1 Mum" or "Best Boyfriend," for example.
- Monogrammed Soap
A lovely idea and very easy and cheap to do.
- Dough Handprints or Footprints
A great homemade gift for kids to give to parents and grandparents.
- Mountaineer's Mug
Fun novelty idea for a mug to give to a mountaineering mate.
- Geeky Mario Plant
Chomper plant replica from Super Mario Bros. - fun idea!
- Personalized Hammered Spoons
Lovely keepsake made with simple tools.
Making your own little clay monsters and animals is a cute idea for a unique gift.
Here is more information on how to use and shape polymer clay.
Fun Things to Make for Kids
- Erupting Volcano Kit
Perfect for dinosaur or science fans.
- DIY Stick Horses
Adorable traditional gift that requires only simple sewing skills.
- Beanbag Target Game
Cheap to make, and endless fun for children.
- Beach Pebble Traffic Set
A game made from nature that encourages imaginative play.
- Lift-the-Flap Photo Book
Great photography project.
- Coloring-In Book
Create a fun and personalized picture book for kids.
- Kid's Puppet Theatre
Flat puppet theatre for hanging in a doorway. For an imaginative kid.
- Kid's Fort Kit
Perfect for letting kids make their own fun.
- Whittle a Wand
Perfect for any Harry Potter fan.
- Sewn Pizza Toy
Brilliant idea for children: a detailed hand-sewn pizza pack.
Betty Crocker Caramel Sauce
Homemade Gift Videos
Cool Present Ideas for Men
- Guinness-Pretzel Truffles
Chocolate treats that are much more manly than the norm!
- Stamped Leather Tie Clip
Personalize with a message or initials of your choice.
- DIY Luggage Tag
Decorate with a cut-out appliquÃ© shape of your choice.
- BBQ Sauce Pack
Make your own BBQ rubs and sauces for the king of the grill.
- Leather-Wrapped Flask
Add a rustic look to a plain hip flask.
- Masculine Candles
Easy-to-make candles inside rustic containers.
- Manly Man Apron
A kitchen apron for your favorite carnivore :)
- Knitted Golf-Club Covers
Bright and cheerful gifts for golfers.
- Chevron Painted Tie
Paint your own plain neck ties for something unique.
Further Things to Make for Guys
- Father's Day Shrinky Dinks
Make charms for keyrings or tie clips using photos of your kids.
- Whisky Sugar Rocks
Delicious whisky-flavored sugar to make perfect Irish coffee.
- Photography Gift From Children
"I love Daddy" shadow photos.
- S'mores On-The-Go
A fun gift for men who enjoy camping.
- Rubik's Cube Tissue Box Cover Tutorial - Dream a Little Bigger
Love The Big Bang Theory? Make a Rubik's Cube tissue box very similar to the one seen on the popular TV show. A great and easy tutorial for some fun kitsch!
- DIY Pixellated Bow Tie
Iron together plastic beads to make a very cool tie brooch.
- Cufflinks with Gold Leaf
Classy cufflinks you can make easily from clay.
- Dual-Purpose Cutting Board
Cut out a pine board and then add a line of chalkboard paint to allow you to add labels.
- Geometric Wine Stopper
A modern gift made from wood.
- Manly Paracord Bracelet
With side-release buckle.
Fabric Flower Bouquet
Gifts for Her and Mother's Day Ideas
- Teacup Candles
Very pretty and easy presents.
- 10 Best Gifts for Mum
From drawings to oven mitts.
- Homemade Potpourri
Lovely jars of scent with added dried flowers.
- Design-It-Yourself Umbrella
Fun idea to get creative with permanent markers.
- Bird-House Key Hooks
Such a pretty piece of home décor.
- Dotty Plate & Bowl Set
Use porcelain markers to create professional polka dot designs.
- Seed Bombs
A lovely idea for keen gardeners or nature lovers.
- Message Bots
Little robot softies which you can put a secret message inside.
Ideas for Him and Father's Day Inspiration
- Embroidered Tie
Classy gift for men.
- Belt Rack
Using just hooks and a wooden coat hanger.
- Fork Egg Cup
Awesome looking egg cup made by recycling a fork.
- DIY Geek Tie
Printed with lots of computer code.
- Birthday Pop Box Set
Fab idea, especially for those with a sweet tooth!
- Dad Rocks!
A clever idea to make realistic pebbles out of fudge.
- Monogrammed Cufflinks
Perfect personalized gift for guys.
- Monogrammed Skewer Set
Perfect for camping and BBQ enthusiasts.
- Golf Club Headcovers
Make a custom golf accessory for a golfer in your life.
Practical and Useful Items to Make
- Sofa Caddy
Perfect for those who hog the remote control!
- Memo Board and Key Holder
Using a chalkboard and hooks.
- Camera Sling
Perfect for budding photographers.
- Camera Strap Cover
Make using herringbone or other subtle fabrics for men.
- Felt iPad Sleeve
Straightforward case for electronic gadgets, embellished with a doily.
- Hand-Printed Mousepad
Print a custom message or picture on a plain mouse pad.
Homemade Chocolate Truffles
Homemade Bath and Body Products
- Tea Soap
Make your own soap with cute packaging.
- Bath Bombs
Classic recipe for making your own bath bombs.
- Bathtub Tea Bags
A novel idea for a twist on regular bath products.
- Rose Body Lotion
I think this lotion in a jar looks so lovely: great and simple presentation.
- Felted Soap
Turn an ordinary gift of soap into something special.
- Homemade Hand Cream
Make pretty paper labels to put on your containers too.
Plush Alphabet Set
Festive Treats, Gifts for Couples and Fun Games
- His and Hers Pillowcases
Stencil pillowcases to make this cute present for a couple.
- Lumps of Coal
Funny Christmas present made of marshmallows and Rice Crispies.
- Custom "Guess Who" Game
Brilliantly creative and fun gift for family members.
- Quilted Tic-Tac-Toe
Sweet little sewn game in a handmade pouch.
- Pebble Dominoes
Paint pebbles to make your own domino set.
- Snowman Kit
Fun gift for the winter season.
- Personalized Key Hanger
You could make the little keyrings look like your recipient!
- Travel Tic-Tac-Toe
Made with toys or pebbles, and complete with its own little travel bag.
- Custom Cluedo
Re-making and personalizing a favorite board game is an amazing idea.
Give a date night all pre-planned for a lovey-dovey couple you know!
Painted Pebble Fridge Magnets
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Sienna Aspen on November 19, 2015:
dicto on January 12, 2015:
Thank you love your ideas
Amanda R on July 18, 2014:
Wow!!! What an amazing lens. I love all these ideas and can't wait to try some! Thank you!
mjalex on June 15, 2014:
Love this cannot wait to try them. I have been looking for something like this forever. Thanks!
teelover on February 18, 2014:
There are few ideas we will definitely use!
Rock Artist on February 16, 2014:
Nice informative and useful lens, thank you for sharing it with us! My passion is rock painting and I love to give them as gifts.
Mascheta on February 08, 2014:
Got to save this sight Excellent info!
John Huf on January 21, 2014:
i love getting handmade gifts. It's so much nicer to get something handmade than just simply bought,
johnsonbrown on January 11, 2014:
Great Lens! Thanks :)
Angela F from Seattle, WA on December 22, 2013:
I love being crafty and there's about 10 things here I can't wait to try. Thanks for all the new ideas!
ikeephouse on December 21, 2013:
I totally need to make a stone domino set. So Cute!!!
KobayashiFiction on December 19, 2013:
The handmade birdies are ADORABLE!!! I want to make them RIGHT NOW!
OliviaQ on December 13, 2013:
I love this gift idea, that very funny look and nice
Baddew Fibes on December 02, 2013:
Absolutely amazing collection of ideas - thanks!
leila22 on December 01, 2013:
i love it... i can use some for my friends presents .... it's pretty nice
tonyleather on November 28, 2013:
I was really taken with some of these ideas. Thanks!
marygriff on November 20, 2013:
well written and organized. thanks for sharing
chrisilouwho on November 18, 2013:
these are some really great ideas, thank you!
Jackowacko LM on November 18, 2013:
I simply love the idea with domino stones!. Great idea.
Merry Citarella from Oregon's Southern Coast on November 11, 2013:
Beautiful informative lens! thanks for sharing it.
tahirmahmood on November 09, 2013:
LOVE the lens!
Roscoe333 on November 04, 2013:
Love in your lense. B E A utifull
anonymous on October 31, 2013:
LOVE the lens!
pitlock on October 30, 2013:
great informative lens. I love getting new ideas to homemade gifts. I think it's the best way to give.
mel-kav on October 17, 2013:
I love - love - love this lens. Brilliant. I am bookmarking. Thanks for all the great ideas.
richardrose on October 11, 2013:
Fantastic information here. Great to actually make a gift for someone as it really gives the personal touch.
WendyArts on September 30, 2013:
Great, great lens. Thanks for putting together a wonderful resource. I will be back for ideas before the holidays this year. Years ago, I used to make almost all the gifts I gave...that's before family, when I was single.
hgb282 on September 30, 2013:
Lots of variety in gift ideas. I had to google "Christmas chutney". Fun video, nice festive background music.
Tami-Lynn from North Vancouver on September 26, 2013:
cool lense, love the birdies and the truffles!
tiff9321 on September 25, 2013:
mariacarbonara on September 19, 2013:
@Sojournstar Media: Agreed. I especially love the Ipad stand, its so simple but effective!
Angela Hobbs from The TARDIS on September 16, 2013:
great lens, added it to bookmarks
Kareen Liez from Philippines on September 14, 2013:
Great lens! So many lovely ideas for a gift. :)
anonymous on September 03, 2013:
wonderful ideas. men are especially difficult to make gifts that they will USE.
anonymous on September 02, 2013:
@Jerrad28: Wow, so many great ideas! What a treasure trove
Marcel White on August 29, 2013:
You are a talented person and one of your talents is to make things look easy to do. I'm considering trying some of your suggestions. Thanks!
jura on August 26, 2013:
This lens have a great ideas for gifts ,TX .
ireneporter on August 15, 2013:
I'm not as crafty as you are so mine probably won't look as good, but I might as well give it a shot.
mathew31 on August 13, 2013:
Excellent ideas, with a wide variety of different possibilities!
tonyaalves3 on August 12, 2013:
This year I will be making some homemade present due to lack of funds. Thanks for sharing your helpful lens idea
rattie lm on August 11, 2013:
Terrific - now all I need is time...
JaspinderKaur on August 11, 2013:
Nice lens. thanx for sharing.
socialcx1 on August 10, 2013:
Those chocolate truffles are killing me just to looking at them.
JHarbourn on August 08, 2013:
Ooo, I'm definitely into the Christmas chutney and the Kindle case! Great finds!
HughSmulders LM on August 06, 2013:
I guess that self-made presents are always of great importance, as they show how important the person who receives the gift is for the person who presents it.
winter aconite on August 04, 2013:
What a great informative lens. I've only given homemade presents occasionally (jams and chutneys) but after having read this lens I will definitely do it more often!
OILDALE1 on August 02, 2013:
mina009 on July 30, 2013:
Lots of wonderful ideas here!
ErikaV LM on July 30, 2013:
WOW, genuinely amazed with some of the ideas here! I'll definitely try to make the plush alphabet set for my nephew! Thanks! :-)
Mary Stephenson from California on June 30, 2013:
Love the stocking flowers. Many great ideas on this lens.
anonymous on June 30, 2013:
@belinhafernandes: eh..... didn't find anything but great ideas!!!! :D
anonymous on June 30, 2013:
@belinhafernandes: eh..... didn't find anything but great ideas!!!! :D
anonymous on June 17, 2013:
nicolekato on June 14, 2013:
As a poor journalist, this will come in handy. Thanks for posting.
anonymous on May 08, 2013:
Great site, so many ideas, thanks for sharing them with everybody.
Klinetka on April 10, 2013:
Great ideas. I alwazs prefer homemade ifts.
belinhafernandes on April 08, 2013:
DIY Apothecary Bottle - a favorite!
belinhafernandes on April 08, 2013:
Oh, the plush alphabet set is so cute! But there must be lots and lots of other cute ideas in your links! I must be back. It's too late and I must go to bed now! Awesome lens, a lot of work in it!
thegrayrabbit on January 06, 2013:
Great lens thanks for the inspiration.
bamajean on January 03, 2013:
Happy New Year! This is a great site with lots of clever ideas. Enjoyed my trip through and I'll be back. Thanks for sharing such interesting info.
Darcie French from Abbotsford, BC on December 31, 2012:
Happy New Year and may 2013 be your best year yet on squidoo and in all that you do!! :D
Elyn MacInnis from Shanghai, China on December 31, 2012:
This page is astounding. I love it! You have made a real contribution for all of us here. Squid blessings to you!
Monica Lobenstein from Western Wisconsin on December 28, 2012:
This page gets my vote for favorite lens of 2012. Great job and have a Happy New Year!
knitstricken on December 28, 2012:
This is an eclectic, well-rounded, *comprehensive* compendium of a lens! Hooray and thank you!
FancyThatUSA on December 24, 2012:
Ive made cookie mix in a jar for everyone this year!
oktoys on December 23, 2012:
I like homemade gifts, I offten make my own gifts and give them to my friends.
Carolan Ross from St. Louis, MO on December 23, 2012:
I love home made gifts, great ideas and tutorials here, well done!
rudhushudu on December 16, 2012:
Its good to see you r soo creative!
kel305 on December 14, 2012:
Great ideas!!! Very, very creative lens.
rdcbizz on December 13, 2012:
Great lens on DIY
dawnsnewbeginning on December 10, 2012:
Lots of great ideas!
TravelEase on December 10, 2012:
Very creative and innovation ideas. Some of these can be made into commercial products.
Benjamynn on December 10, 2012:
seashell2 on December 10, 2012:
Wonderful ideas for homemade gifts!
PinoyBroker on December 09, 2012:
Nice to discover other homemade gifts lens.
Loraine Brummer from Hartington, Nebraska on December 07, 2012:
Now that I have wings, I'm back to give an Angel Blessing!!
HairBowHanna on December 07, 2012:
Love, love, love! Great lens.
ismeedee on December 06, 2012:
I think homemade is often the best, very personal and special. I just don't have the time and am not very skilled with making things, so find I only make things occasionally when I've planned way ahead to give myself enough time to complete and fix mistakes!! Lovely ideas here, though and I will save this page for reference!!
Stickypony LM on December 05, 2012:
I always give homemade gifts! Don't know if my girlfriend always likes that though :P
Ankushvchoudhary on December 02, 2012:
thanks for share great information!!!
johnburson on December 02, 2012:
Reminds me I have to get off my butt and start fulfilling my gift list. Thanks fo the great gift ideas. www.sandiegorealtime.com
Loraine Brummer from Hartington, Nebraska on December 01, 2012:
Great gift ideas.
DecoratingMom411 on November 27, 2012:
Great selection of gifts! Thanks for sharing those ideas!
Asher Socrates from Los Angeles, CA on November 25, 2012:
Beautiful lens and wonderful images here. I've been very inspired by my visit. Keep up the fantastic job! Thanks, Asher
jimconrad2 on November 23, 2012:
Great ways to save a few bucks.
pinoyrecipe on November 21, 2012:
cool, i really love these present ideas...
CoolKarma on November 19, 2012:
Wow, fantastic gift ideas. My favorites are the sock toys and the terrariums in a bottle.
christianstores on November 15, 2012:
never knew wall art is easy to do! thanks for this lens! great job
anonymous on November 14, 2012:
great compilation of ideas
Monette from Dubai on November 14, 2012:
That's a lot of art work
touristhaven on November 13, 2012:
very interesting, keep up with good work!
anonymous on November 12, 2012:
Thank you for putting this together!!!!
anonymous on November 11, 2012:
These are Amazing ideas!!! Thanks so much!! I went from being clueless as to what to get my friends for Christmas, to not being able to decide!! Thanks again!!
zacrew7 on November 11, 2012:
Great Lense, you should definintely check mine out and tell me what you think! https://hubpages.com/holidays/unheardofpresents
rattie lm on November 09, 2012:
Absolutely gorgeous ideas. Thanks.
dellgirl on November 08,