Whether the holidays snuck up on you this year, you’re stuck for ideas, or you’ve just been too busy to go gift shopping, the fact is that plenty of people wait until the last minute to finish off their Christmas shopping. I’m usually one of them, and I can tell you firsthand that braving the malls this time of year is a recipe for disaster – and that’s only if you can find a parking spot to begin with! Instead of elbowing your way through the holiday crowds, why not DIY the rest of your Christmas gifts this year?
These 14 DIY gift ideas are perfect for everyone on your list, and best of all they can all be made in just a short time – so you can get started now or procrastinate for a little longer!
Winter Warmers – Your loved ones will stay toasty warm this winter with these DIY hand warmers – they’re reusable!
DIY Snowflake Pillow – You can’t go wrong with the gift of home decor. These snowflake pillows can be made in any color.
Bath Towel Spa Slippers – A truly luxurious gift, these DIY slippers will make them feel like they’re at the spa!
Scented Hot Pads – Every time they heat up these reusable hot pads, they’ll smell the fragrance and think of you.
Fat Quarter Tote Bag – This easy DIY tote bag pattern can be made with fabric you already have lying around.
Half Hour Baby Blanket Pattern – No time to spare? No problem! It only takes a half hour to make this cute baby blanket.
No Sew Fringe Scarf – You don’t even need to know how to sew a scarf to make this fun and flashy statement piece.
Insanely Beautiful Infinity Scarf – This gorgeous scarf would be a beautiful gift for any woman on your list.
Bunting Inspired Winter Gloves – How cute are these winter gloves? The bunting accents really make them unique.
Jelly Roll iPad Sleeve – Keep their technology safe with this jelly roll iPad sleeve – it’s cheaper and more thoughtful than the ones at the store!
Manly Laptop Case – If you’ve got a hard-to-buy-for man on your list, you can’t go wrong with making him a laptop case.
Ruffled Mini Wallet – Wallets make for a gift that’s cute and practical. The ruffles on this one give it a feminine flair.
Fabric Covered Box – This box makes a lovely gift on its own, or you can put a surprise inside for an extra touch!
Kitten in a Box – The most adorable sewing pattern I’ve ever seen! Perfect for a child or a kid-at-heart.
What last-minute gift do you still need to get?
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