I’ve been following the annual Sew Mama Sew Handmade Holidays series for years now. I’ve had my projects featured and I’ve donated one of the prizes in the form of a gift certificate to my Etsy shop. But this year I am actually one of the curators! My selections are things you can make for those times you need to give a gift a whole family can use. After sending the projects for Sew Mama Sew to feature, I found myself with lots of great ones still left in my file, so we’re going to have a little crossover episode today. Check out these fabulous projects you can make to give a family, then click on over to Sew Mama Sew for more!
One of our favorite activities to do as a family is play games. I’ve never heard of this one, but I’m intrigued. We might need to try out this DIY Koob game from Let’s Get Together.
Make everyone in the family their own personalized ornament, with these Felt Monogram Ornaments from Say Yes. These would also make cute gift toppers.
Get the whole family in on the fun (or their photos at least) with this Go Fish Game on Infarrantly Creative.
This refurbished picture frame from Goodwillionaire would be a great place to display family photos and art.
You could make one of these Dress Up Activity Magnets from Minted Strawberry for every member of the family.
Everyone needs a place to set their drink, and if you’re making these Reversible Drink Coasters from The Stitching Scientist you could use different fabrics for each member of the family.
I know ours isn’t the only family with a plan for when the walkers try to take over, so this Zombie Apocalypse Kit from Comic Con Family is a great idea. I’d add a few items from this list of Useful Stocking Stuffers to Help Survive the End of the World from DoDo.
If the family you make these English Toffee Bites from Shugary Sweets for doesn’t like them, go ahead and send them my way.
For more family gift ideas, come see me over at Sew Mama Sew!