5 Easy Homemade Christmas Gifts 2013 You Can Make

You don’t need to be hugely pregnant to start your homemade Christmas gifts now. If you’re hoping to save some money or give more personal gifts, make them.

Easy Homemade Christmas Gifts 2013

Here are some ideas I’ve found. They’re all relatively inexpensive, and you have plenty of time to make them for everyone on your list.

Here are 5 Easy Homemade Christmas Gifts You Can Make for Christmas in 2013

1. Candles for Christmas night 2013


You won’t believe how easy it is to make these little votive candles. According to the original tutorial, you just roll them in Elmer’s glue and Diamond Dust. What an easy project! I think it very easy Homemade Christmas Gifts 2013 You Can Make

Candles for Christmas night 2013

The tutorial for these tea cup candles is available in a lot of places, but I like Martha Stewart’s version.  Find pretty tea cups at estate sales or thrift stores and fill them with candle wax. It could be tricky to find enough cups, so start looking soon!

2. Tote bags for Christmas 2013

Tote bags are one of my personal favorite gifts to give and to receive. Here are some wonderful ones that I found. Here is great Christmas Gifts you can make for your family and friends.

Tote bags for Christmas 2013

This tote bag is very simple, but striking. All you need is some paint and a paper doily.
The original post give suggestions for making the bag into a gift by stuffing it with themed items.

3. Jewelry – Great Gifts ideas for Christmas 2013

As with hair accessories, lots of girls and women love jewelry. Many wonderful styles are easy to make with relatively few tools.

New Jewelry  ideas for Christmas 2013

I can’t believe how easy it is to make these adorable glass pendants. The original tutorial uses scrapbook paper, but I think they’d also be wonderful made with photos. I found several other tutorials for glass pendants. This one is really good, too.

4. Stationery

I love fancy note cards, homemade or commercial. When you make it yourself, you can choose the colors, textures, and even add a monogram.


My first suggestion is a homemade stationery box. It could be combined any cards to make a beautiful Homemade Christmas Gifts 2013.

5. Photo Wreaths

Photo Wreaths

This photo wreath is made very simply, by cutting out circles of scrapbook paper and black and white photos and adhering them to a styrofoam wreath. I wonder if you could also use a cardboard circle that you’d painted. You can read the full explanation at Parents.com.

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