I have news for you – there are officially on 5 months until Christmas! I bet you’ve noticed a few Christmas items at local big box stores or spied a few Christmas in July posts on your favorite sites (including this one). Before you know it, the weather will begin to change, the kids will be hopping on the bus back to school and the holidays will be upon us. Sure, there are some important dates in between now and Christmas (Halloween, Thanksgiving), but nothing requires quite as much time, dedication and planning as the holiday season. Save yourself the stress and start creating homemade Christmas gifts now. The latest eBook from AllFreeChristmasCrafts, 10 Quick and Easy Christmas Gifts To Make, is filled with crafty inspiration.
Gift giving is one of the most rewarding aspects of Christmas, but the need to find the “perfect gift” can lead to undue stress. Download a copy of 10 Quick and Easy Christmas Gifts to Make (it’s free!) and save it all year long. You can come back to this eBook whenever you need an unexpected and unique gift idea. Many of the crafts are kid-friendly and simple enough for beginners, so crafter of all ages are sure to find a fun gift to make.
Here are just a few projects you’ll find in 10 Quick and Easy Christmas Gifts to Make:
Personalized Casserole Dish
Add a personal touch to a practical item this Christmas – it’s so simple! Using etching cream and contact paper, transfer a homemade image or word on to an everyday item such as the casserole dish featured above. Each time they make a delicious dish, the gift recipient will be reminded that you created a thoughtful gift just for him or her! This is a great gift for a cooking enthusiast and it’s so simple to make. In fact, you can create a Personalized Casserole Dish in less than hour. This is a fantastic project for a novice crafter or anyone that is short on time.
Coffee Cup Cozy
Cold winter morning require a warm beverage, it’s pretty much the law. You probably don’t realize just how harmful those little paper sleeves are for the environment. If you have a special someone on your list that can’t survive without their morning cup of coffee of tea, make a Coffee Cup Cozy using fabric scraps and a sewing machine. This is a simple project for anyone that’s new to the world of sewing. Plus, you can use up your fabric scraps and save yourself some cash.
Winter Fairy Land Snow Domes
Last winter, Taylor Swift sent out a Twitpic that rocked the craft universe. Why? Because in the photo, she was making her own snow globes! Immediately, it seemed that everyone was looking for snow globe projects and tutorials. Snow globes are a fun collectable that can be displayed anywhere. Best of all, you can use recycled mason jars for this super simple project. Each globe can be personalized using figurines, fake foliage and more. Search your local dollar store for cheap plastic miniatures and add them to your project. This gift is ideal for someone who works at a desk – he or she can think of you every time they glance at their personalized snow globe!
These are just a few of the projects featured in 10 Quick and Easy Christmas Gifts to Make. Download a copy today – it’s free!
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