Blogmas Twenty-Five Days of Christmas: A List of the BEST DIY Christmas Gifts

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From now until Christmas day, I will be posting a list of twenty-five tips and ideas that will help you get through the holiday season. On Christmas day I will have offered you over six hundred ideas that you can enjoy alone or with family and friends. The blogmas post are meant to be short and sweet. These post are designed so you can take a quick screen shot of the graphic or, easily print it out if that’s more feasible for you. This is such a busy time of year, you shouldn’t have to rake through content to find the info that you need.

So this one was hard. I felt like a lot of the options I found weren’t interesting or exciting enough to be a gift. Some options were good but I felt like the name of the gift wouldn’t make much sense without a visual. I didn’t want you scratching your head trying to figure out what I was talking about lol. I tried to include gift ideas that would include everyone not just one age group or gender. If you’re really creative, this should be a lot of fun for you. One of the gift ideas I really like was the handmade iPad holder, it’s actually an old cutting board that they turned into iPad stand. I thought it was creative and it would be a nice rustic gift.

Are you a crafty person? It’s not a word I would use to describe myself because it’s not a hobby I dabble in very often at all. I’m sure I’ve created a crafty thing or two at some point in the past. But I’m not sure if I would choose to make a gift for someone because it’s not my strong suit. Actually, my confidence in diy gifts lies in creating a gift basket of some sort. For example, if I’m purchasing a bottle of wine as a gift I’ll probably get wine glasses and a good selection of cheese for you to pair it with. Not sure if you’ll be as excited about my attempt at making lavender bath salts though lol.

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Here’s the PRINTABLE in PDF format if you need it.

Did you see anything on the list that you think you can make? Are you the type to purchase gifts or do you prefer to make them each year. Let’s Chat!

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Published by tam33ks

I have a long history with mental illness. Overcoming depression made me realize my own resilience. It also made it clear that I wasn’t taking care of myself. I believe that in order for us to fully engage with ourselves and others we have to make time for self-love through our self-care habits. My goal with this blog is to encourage women in my age group to make time for self-care daily.

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