Memorable DIY Holiday Gift Ideas for Everyone on Your List

By Inhabitots

This holiday season, why not give gifts from the heart that you fashion with your own two hands? Instead of spending a ton of money and jumping on the Black Friday bandwagon, combat consumer chaos and have a thoughtful holiday season . We've compiled an extensive list of over 120 homemade holiday gift ideas that friends and family of all ages will treasure . Not sure where to begin? Read these top tips on making foolproof homemade presents that people will love to receive . These organic succulents in recycled paint dipped cans are a chic and rustic gift offering that is simple to make, yet makes a big statement. Speaking of succulents, make plant care kid-friendly byturning a dinosaur toy into a succulent planter. Making a personalized recycled calendar will show someone you really took the time to create a special and useful gift for them. For those people on your list who seem to have everything already, make them a one-of-a-kind photo gift that's sure to bring a smile to their face. Once you have your fantastic present created, try one of these six ways to make your own holiday gift wrap as a final homemade touch.

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