what are some fun and cute christmas gifts i can make?

i am eleven years old and i normally make all the gifts i pass out on christmas but this year i am not sure what to make. HELP? i would like it to be fairly simple but still really cute and that the supplies isn’t to Pricey! thanks!

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6 Responses to “what are some fun and cute christmas gifts i can make?”

  1. Nacchan said:

    It depends on who you are making the gifts for.
    If you feel artistic enough, a painting on a canvas is always a cool gift.
    Plus, it shows that you’ve spent a lot of time on it.

  2. Eliza Richards said:

    photos are always a lovely gift, arrange them creativly (:
    sock monkeys 😉 they are great easy and cheap 😀
    cookie in a jar etc, will a glass jar with the ingredients (dry) for a recipe, it looks cool too with the different layers 🙂 then add a lable on a rubber band around the neck of the jar with the recipe on (:

    x

  3. PinkyMcFatfat said:

    I have made these with my son, we call them ‘Canta Clauses’.

    Save up and clean some tin cans, cut one end off entirely. Glue them together until you get the height that you want. Paint the whole thing a dark red, when it it dry, paint a ‘U’ shaped peach or brown face at the top (it will touch the top of the can. When that is dry, make two black eyes with a marker and a little mouth.

    Next, glue on some fluffy yarn hair, beard, mustache and fringe around the bottom of the can.

    I take some thin fake pine garland and glue it around the top of his head as a ‘crown’, but you can use thin glitter garland also.

    Glue a few buttons down Canta’s front. They don’t have to match (I think it’s cuter if they don’t)

    If you want, get a stick or twig a little taller then Canta and glue it to his side. Then tie a piece of twine or string around his middle (and the stick). This will look like a walking stick and belt.

  4. Willie Wages said:

    Well, the fun and cute gifts? Maybe you can choose the little accessories. And if you want some perfect accessories but not expensive, then you can choose the brand replica. They are quality and money saving. Maybe you are so busy, then you also can choose the online shops. Here, I can give you some choices which I have ever bought and though them reputable.

  5. S Ъ Ñ? Ñ¥ ? ? ? ? ? ? said:

    Hi Jessica,

    I’ve got some really easy to make gift ideas on my blog. http://mspiggii.blogspot.com/

    You can also check out my store and let me know if there’s anything you’d like to make and I can guide you through them. The price of supplies depends on what type of fabric you choose to use.

    http://www.madeit.com.au/MsPIGGii

    Coin purses are cute and fairly simple to make and doesn’t cost much.

  6. Gheorghe Lakuai said:

    1. Homemade Holiday Ornaments: Lots of easy to do crafts. I especially like the picture ornaments and the baked clay snowman.

    2. Create Your Own Heirloom Photo Ornament: This is just lovely, and definite on my list this year to make.

    3. Make A Distressed Photo Frame: The distressed look is in, and would be a great gift for someone who enjoys that decor.

    4. Make A Christmas Snow Globe: You could use this same technique to create a snow globe of any theme, not just for Christmas.

    5. Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix In A Jar: Yum! A wonderful and simple gift to give.




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