50 INGENIOUSLY CRAFTY THINGS TO DIY FOR CHRISTMAS || the final list

by - December 05, 2017


Woah, it's 20 days until Christmas?! While your soaking in the shock, here's a compiled and completely industrious list of 50 gifts to DIY for Christmas. All fun, generally inexpensive and take a low amount of time. 
Ready? Get out a notepad, 'cause you're gonna want to write some of these down.

...For Dad / Guy...



  • basket of goodies (fave snacks, candy, everything edible)
  • A nice pair of hand-knit socks
  • A matching scarf
  • A beanie to go anywhere and everywhere! slouches are the best
  • Coupon booklet (the ol' classic)
  • Hand-drawn character of him + all the things you love about him
  • Sharpie mug (a big, manly mug) with a funny quote (this is great for the person who loves to do calligraphy)
  • mini terrarium w/ succulents! My Dad loves plants (if you're a green thumb, here's your gift!)
  • Box of chocolates (coconut, truffles, hand-made home-cooked candies)
  • Designed baseball cap
  • Hand-dyed T-shirt
  • Superior hygiene kit: soap, shampoo, scrub, crocheted sponge, all the handmade essentials
  • Matching tie with a matching collar for his best friend (the pooch!)
  • Ear muffs!
  • Hand-knit gloves!
  • Little hand-painted box of inscribed picks with his initials (for the music lover -- I might use this myself...)
  • Crocheted slippers to stay warm an' cozy by the fireplace
  • Bible verse sturdy bookmarks for the bibliophile (maybe carved from wood)
  • Vintage-looking canvas paint of his favorite thing or place (perhaps the pup, or the ocean; put Elmer's glue on as the first coat before painting -- when it dries, after the second coat is applied, it leaves realistic cracks!)
  • A box of homemade Reese's Peanut butter cups
  • Handmade necklace with engraved/painted bead reading his favorite Bible verse
  • Cup cozies for hot chocolate and tea
  • Knit chunky and over-sized sweater for the guy who can never get warm (bc he needs it)
  • Homemade men's shaving cream & hair conditioner
  • Pallet coasters inscribed with a meaningful verse/quote (easy and cute to make!)

...For Mom / Girl / BFF...


  • Candy cane sleigh filled with cosmetic goodies in her favorite scent (individual bronzer or blush, lipsticks, chap stick and bath bomb)
  • Hand-crocheted mittens with a cute design, or her initials
  • Crocheted set of hair-bun-nets for the ballet dancer
  • Crochet grocery bags
  • Handmade cosmetic basket of goodies (bath bombs, soap, shampoo or conditioner, sugar scrubs, lavender or rose scented items)
  • Homemade makeup kit! I love this idea, especially because natural Mica (an ingredient in eye shadow) is such a good price on Ebay and comes in so many colors!
  • Crocheted amigurumi of her favorite Disney character or heroine
  • Crochet flower headband 
  • Hand-painted sign or canvas of an abstract ballerina en pointe (for the dancer) cute puppy or horse (for the 4-H girl) Princess silhouette (for the Disney girl) or watercolor, framed with a DIY stick and twig frame, for the art-lover
  • Homemade candles to make your Grandmother's house smell perfect
  • Growing kit for her favorite flower, with seed packet, pot, and lil' watering can
  • Pics of you and her having a blast in B&B on a DIY clothesline frame
  • Treats for her pooch, baked in your oven with love (and a treat for her too!)
  • Homemade mascara to match her exact hair color
  • A cute canvas handbag / clutch tie-dyed with sharpies and alcohol
  • Her favorite Disney quote on a mug! Use oil-based sharpies and bake in the oven
  • You-designed phone case, ordered from the web
  • You-sew T-shirts with snappy sayings for the BFF who always keeps you laughing...
  • Over-sized homemade chocolate bar-bark with DIY wrapper for a laugh
  • One-of-a-kind Tie-Dyed ballet shoes for the dancer -- buy a new pair and make it fabulous with her favorite colors (DIY post here)!
  • Jane Austen or L.M Montgomery bookmarks for the pen-pal who loves classic fiction & romance
  • Hand-crocheted scarf with matching boot cuffs
  • Cocoa kit in adorable mug (don't forget the mini marshmallows!)
  • Little book of calligraph-ied Bible verses
  • Watercolor poster of you and her, and a Bible verse you both love

Hoped you enjoyed these ideas as much as I did! Have fun with the Christmas-plotting, loves!
Till next time.

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6 comments

  1. I don't celebrate Christmas, but this is an AWESOME list of presents for whatever the occasion. I especially the ones for guys, I'm normally stumped when it comes to purchasing gifts for males. Thanks!

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  2. YES, getting gifts for guys is literally the worst. It's too hard...but still I love doing it? I guess it's just part of it all, haha. I honestly don't know how I'd get through winter without Christmas -- picking a time to celebrate Jesus is such a beautiful thing <3
    Thank you!

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  3. A box of homemade Reese's sounds SO GOOD. And a Jane Austen bookmark is a great idea, too! And a self-designed phone case. I think I actually might have to use that idea!
    All this to say -- great list!! It is so helpful! :)

    ~Lydia~ <3

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  4. I looooved this post! Me and my sister always get together on the 23rd to bake cookies and do christmassy things, so this list was super helpful! Loving your new blog! :)

    www.letmecrossover.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you, Michele (*coughs* I'm so happy 'cause it took me forever) I LOVE making Christmas cookies! Me and my Mom always bake like 2-4 dozen every year, all different types, and the house smells amazing <3

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