Easy & Inexpensive DIY Christmas Gifts For Your Neighbor to Your Best Friend

Christmas is creepy up and if you haven’t started your holiday shopping yet, you may need to hit the mall before December 24th comes rolling around. In the meantime, try your hand at some easy and thoughtful DIY Christmas gifts that work for everything from your next door neighbor to your very best friends. Take a peek at these simple DIY presents that everyone and anyone could use around the house!

1. The Animal Ring Holder.

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A plastic toy animal, a thrifted saucer, spray paint and some super glue make this project a piece of cake for even novice crafters. It’s stylish on the vanity and functional too as a place to gather all your rings and small stud earrings!{found on site}.

2. A Sewing Kit in a Jar.

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Get a jar, get the essentials and create a entirely new gift all your own. If you’ve got a sewer in the family, then this may be the best little present you can give them, especially because it’s easily personalized.{found on fun.kyti}.

3. A Pack of Snowflake Soaps.

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These hand soaps are perfect for a coworker or a neighbor. They can be used in the guest bathroom for a charming, wintery touch and they’re so adorable!{found on toriejayne}.

4. A Teacup Candle.

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These will look adorable around the home of your best friend or something special for your grandma to have on her back porch. These teacup candles are easy to make but not easy to forget! All you need to do is go thrifting for the most perfect teacup!{found on pinkie}.

5. A Personalized Mug.

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We’ve all seen this gift floating around the web. But, it’s too good not to share again. Grab a permanent marker, create a design or bit of personalization for the giftee and bake it in the oven! It’s a timeless, functional gift that has the potential to have lots of stylish and pizazz.{found on delifromthevalley}.

6. A Snow Globe.

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This is great for your aunt and uncle, or even your in-laws. They can use it as winter decor for years to come. So, you can mark that headache of finding the perfect gift for extended family off the holiday list.

7. A Stylish Bookmark.

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Whether if it’s your dad or your sister, these stylish bookmarks are easy to make and the best way to spruce up a good book! Use leather or yarn to make these beauties blossom!{found on projektila}.

8. A Chalkboard Wine Tray.

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This is unique but still a trendy piece of decor as it uses the ever-so-popular chalkboard paint! Of course, a bottle of red wine would make a great addition to this treat!

9. The Upcycled Jewelry Rack.

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A piece of wood and some funky knobs can make this a incredibly personal and unique gift. Make organizing your teen’s necklaces that much easier by making her something just for her, that only she will have!{found on visiblymoved}.