Homemade Gift Ideas

Are you struggling to find the perfect gift for family and friends? Are you tired of shopping in all of those shopper-infested malls and waiting in those long checkout lines? Well then I have the perfect gift ideas for you! Something homemade, with love.

Your friends and family will drool over their gift, and be in awe at how talented and thoughtful you are!

Give the gift of homemade granola. Place it in a mason jar wrapped in a cute dish towel.

Or a cookie mix in a jar. Just layer all of the dry ingredients of your favorite cookie recipe in a mason jar, and seal with the lid and cover lid in a festive fabric and bow.

Or make them a super yummy homemade trail mix. This will be especially loved by the outdoorsy people in your life. Great on-the-go snack.

Or how about homemade strawberry jam. You can’t go wrong with something like this. Everyone loves jam.


Chocolate dipped candy canes would be a nice and thoughtful gift for a host. Or even coconut haystacks, peppermint bark, or my favorite, chocolate and peanut butter pretzel sticks.

Or how about just plain old cookies. Make your favorite batch, put them in a tin or box – and you’re golden. Everyone loves cookies. EVERYONE. Mexican wedding cookies happen to be my favorite.

If you’re not in the mood for baking or food gifts, how about something for the soul? Like soothing for the soul, that is.  I’m talking about making them a  homemade bath soak with your favorite essential oil. What’s better than a soothing hot bath to wash all of your shopping worries away. All the while breathing in some relaxing aromatherapy oils. This would be a great gift for the pampered friend or family member in your life.

Another great gift idea for friends and family are custom photo books. These are an easy way to preserve picture memories for years to come.

I hope these ideas helped out a little bit.

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