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We’re getting down to the tinsel-covered wire, but if you’re like me there’s still Christmas making to be done. Even when I feel like I’m getting an early start it seems like things keep popping up. If you have little ones left to craft and sew for, I’ve got a few ideas here that can be completed before you can say jingle bells.
This Ice Skating Rink from an Altoid Tin by Small World Land is a great idea, and I think the idea she mentions about using tiny photos of your kids would be adorable.
I think the reason this Velcro Kids Activity Bag from Haberdashery Fun folds open so you can easily see what’s inside, but I think that makes it a great portable play mat as well.
With a little decorating of the cardboard, these Finger Cymbals from Kiwi Crates would make a cute gift for a little musician.
These Jelly Bean Bracelets from Artzy Creations would be fun to make with your kids to give their friends.
This CD Case Labyrinth from The Journals of Giddy Giddy would be a great activity to keep in the car – providing you don’t have the quick-to-get-carsick kidlets that I did. What a great way to recycle old cases!
If you’re looking for a gift for a little DIYer in the making, why not give them a Puppet Making Kit from Childhood 101?
Something about this Mini Foosball Table from U Create just cracks me up. How fun would this be to make?
These Felt Flash Cards from Sew Much Ado can also double as a memory game. I love that you can store them on a ring to keep them from getting lost.
This DIY Bear Rug from We Lived Happily Ever After would be fun and cute in a little one’s room.