Let’s face it – if you’re still planning on making Christmas gifts they had better be quick and easy, right? I think I’m done this year, but I always get sucked back in by some cute last-minute idea. If that happens to you here today I apologize, and we can exchange hot glue scar stories later.
Fleece is so easy to work with, but sometimes those knots to finish the edge of a blanket aren’t that comfortable. Pieces by Polly shares an alternative that’s much smoother and can be used on a single layer of fleece.
Brit and Co offers a little different design to the quick crayon candle.
This one might have caught my attention because as our Christmas gift to each other my husband and I are re-doing our bedroom, which I’m over the moon about. Our soon-to-be organized closet might need these Fabric Covered Hangers from The Sewing Loft.
I can imagine how good this Coffee Sugar Scrub from A Pumpkin and a Princess must smell.
I actually made a couple of these Fabric Tortilla Warmers from The Good Hearted Woman a few months ago. They’re easy to make and go well with an apron, or in a basket of taco night supplies.
This Washi Taped Toilet Paper Roll French Knitter from Buzzmills would be fun to make with your kids (or FOR your kids!)
These Cozy DIY Flannel Scarves from Delia Creates look like you took a lot of time to make them.
Edible gifts are sometimes the way to go when you need something quick. This Spice Cake Mix from I Am Baker could be made in batches for neighbors or family gifts.
These Cream Cheese Mints from Real Women of Philadelphia could also be easily made in bulk.
This Snowman Cocoa Gift Set from Reasons to Skip the Housework is pretty simple, but those faces on the marshmallows make it feel a little special.
Visit me on Monday to see the doozy of a cookie recipe I have to share with you!