This past week, 24 kid bloggers shared fabulous kid-made gift ideas during the Kid-made Gifts Series!
Below you will find all the gift ideas shared to give you inspiration to start on those gifts for teachers, family and friends this Christmas! Be sure to click on the blue links to find all the details of the individual gifts!
I kicked of the series with a cute peg photo frame I’m tempted to keep to myself! Non-toy Gifts showed us how to make T-shirts for grandma and Beauty through Imperfection gave us this idea: The Perfect Gift for Grandparents. Glue sticks & Gumdrops shared a lovely Peppermint Scrub recipe, perfect for teachers!
Sunshine Whispers made a beautiful Dyed Pasta Necklace, while Little Bins for Little Hands put together a fun Tinker Kit to get creative with. These adorable Snowmen Peg Magnets from Local Busy Bees will come in handy and this pretty Pen Holder from Peakle Pie too!
Pretty plant holders from Witty Hoots and My Bored Toddler would make the perfect gift for plant lovers, while coasters from Teach me Mommy and Playdough and Popsicles are definitely useful gifts too!
Homemade ornaments make lovely gifts too! Here are Bird Seed Ornaments from the Resourceful Mama, Simple Handprint Ornament by The Gingerbread House, an Ornament Kit by Bambini Travel and a Macaroni Wreath by Kelly’s Classroom.
Bring out the fabric and make lovely Stamped Tea Towels by Kitchen Floor Crafts, Cushion Covers by Play, Learn Everyday, Tote Bag by P is for Preschooler and Lavender Eye Pillows by Kitchen Counter Chronicles.
Lastly, light up the Christmas season by giving gifts like Christmas Luminaries by Kidz Activities, Candy Cane Laterns like Raising Little Super Heroes, Painted Votives by Rhythms of Play and a Light up Canvas by Adventures of Adam.
Such lovely gift ideas shared! Thank you to all the participants and to our readers following along!
Feel free to use these gift ideas for Christmas, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day or any other special occasion!