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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Handmade Christmukkahwanza Gifts For Kids

I'm a huge fan of handmade gifts especially when it comes to gifts for my son. With Christmas next month I've been on the search for some inspiring gift ideas that I can whip up for him. Here's some ideas that I adore:

Card Table Play House from Sew Can Do

Dinosaur Play Mat from Super Stinky Boys

Patchwork Pocket Tote from Silly Precious Piggies

Take Along Barn And Dollhouse from Serving Pink Lemonade

Felt Activity Mat from A Girl And A Glue Gun

Fold And Go Tic Tac Toe from Twelve Crafts Till Christmas

Fabric Covered Headbands from My Magic Mom

Travel Play Kitchen Set from Frugal Family Fun Blog

Craft Foam Bath Time Friends from Pink And Green Mama

Painted Wood Blocks from Homemade By Jill

Dancing Ribbon Rings from Instructables

Dinosaur Egg Soap from From Glitter To Gumdrops

Felt On A Stick Wand from 21 Wale

Personalized books from Lu Bird Baby

Family Guess Who Game from At Second Street

Tutu Tutorial from Vermillion Rules

Felt Shield, Armor and Dagger from Some Of A Kind

Cardboard Ice Cream Shop from Childhood 101

Crayon Holder from Which Name?

Stone Tic Tac Toe fromThe Stir








Personalized Play Money and Credit Cards from Out And About

Denim And Flower Barrettes from Until Wednesday Calls

Animal Photo Blocks from Whimsical Ways

Fabric Piggy Bank Tutorial and Pattern from Nosey Nest

Roll Up Car Mat from Mamas A Mess

Teddy Bear Hooded Towel from Living With Lindsay

Mailbox, Mail Bag And Mail from One Hook Wonder

Barbie Clothes from Craftiness Is Not Optional

Picture Matching Book from Nanny Goat

Crown from Juicy Bits

Doorway Puppet Theatre from Country Living

Winter Hat with From An Igloo


Finger Puppets And Board Book from TOMBO BLOG

Gremlin Softie with Pattern from 5 Orange Potatoes

Felt Playmat from Tangarang

Popsicle Stick Puzzles from Play Create Explore

Stripey Sticks from Chez Beeper Bebe

Wooden Tangram Set from Elsie Marley

Felt Brown Bag Lunch from Skip To My Lou

Matching Juice Lid Game from Yay! I Made It!

Memory Game from Making It My Own

Custom Board Books at From The Fence Post








Chocolate and Gingerbread Playdough from Shabby Chic Crafts

Framed Robot Felt Board from Miranda Made


Plastic Bag Pom Poms from Craftastica

Mini Purse and Twallet (toddler wallet) from 733 Blog

How great are all of these? If you are looking for some more ideas you can search my handmade gift guide and also check out my Easter Gift Ideas post. And of course you can always check out the following links to fun projects I've made for my son in the past:












Have some crafty Christmas inspiration of your own that you'd like to share? Submit your project or tutorial HERE and you could be featured in an upcoming post.Speaking of featured, if you were featured today grab yourself some bling HERE.

Wishing you luck in your holiday crafting adventures this year.
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10 comments:

  1. Wow! So many great ideas. I absolutely love that family guess who game idea. I too, am searching for some great ideas for my kids and nieces and nephews for handmade gifts. This is REALLY helpful to me. Thank you!

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  2. Thanks for including my Felt Playhouse - what a nice surprise! I've linked to it on the Sew Can Do Facebook page:)

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  3. these are all such great ideas! For sure I need to make that car mat for Christmas! thanks for sharing.

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  4. Loads of ideas!
    I gave you an award over my blog
    http://lilytots.blogspot.com/2010/11/award.html#comments

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  5. Wow! That is an incredible collection you've got there. Normally I spare my kids the "joy" of my handmade gifts, but there may be something I can do here after all.

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  6. Thanks so much for featuring my girls' totes! Loving these ideas!

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  7. Just what I was looking for, thanks

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