51 DIY Christmas Gifts for Kids

One of the best ways to make your kid happy on Christmas day is by giving them some DIY Christmas gifts. They are easy to make at home and you will be able to spend more time with your child on the special day, rather than running around searching for a gift or just sitting in front of the computer all day waiting to find something. You can purchase kits that are very simple and cheap, but there is a lot to think about before you buy one. However, if you want to make some for your child, the ideas are very easy to follow.

The first thing you need to do is decide what type of kid you would like to give the gift to. Are you looking for a gift for your younger child who is on his first Christmas, or are you looking for an older child who you know is ready for an adult present? If you are looking for a gift for a first time visitor, then you should take a look at some of the things that kids love as gifts such as balloons. If you are looking for something for someone who is already a member of the family, then perhaps you can get their favorite animal. Whatever you end up getting, make sure it matches your theme so that the child can easily remember that it is a gift for them.

After you have decided on what type of gifts you want, you need to get the materials and arrange them in the best way possible to create your child’s room. If you want something that looks like a real room, then you can use for old cardboard boxes to hold all the supplies together. On the other hand, if you are looking for something that looks like an empty box, then you can just use any old box and some paper to fill it. After you have the basics set up, you can then decorate the box to suit the theme of the room.

First Sawing Basket from the imagination tree
Baby Doll Diapers and Accessories from crafta holics anonymous
Marshmallow Guns from the idea room
Groceries, Check! from sewcake make
Child’s Tool Belt from makeit-loveit
DIY Make & Take Matching Game from supplyme
Fleece Tie Pillows from blossoms and posies
Fort Kids Mini from saltwater-kids
Easy DIY Lego Tray from some what simple
DIY Mini Foosball Table from u-create crafts
Build a Barbie Doll House Using a Recycled Dresser! from just-in
A Bookshelf Dollhouse for Miss G from mama papa bubba
Cardboard Dollhouse from hand made charlotte
Car Dashboard: DIY Upcycled Sensory Board from andnext comesl
Griffin from domesticesq
DIY Sensory Boards for Babies and Toddlers from funat home with kids
Mr. Potato Head – Quiet book pages from jocelynandjason
DIY Alphabet Pocket Chart from lalymom
Stuffed Felt Alphabet Letters  from buggy and buddy
Foam Lacing Shapes from powerful mothering
Fine Motor Skills Activity: Frame Lacers from babbledab bledo
Quiet Book from powerful mothering
A Big Homemade Parachute For Kids from andnextcomesl
Waater Blob from home made toast
Glamorous Horse from build and create home
A Tag Blanket from craftsonsea
DIY Baby and Toddler Toys from the imagination tree
Woodern Stilts from icanteach my child
 Play Dough Recipe from the imagination tree
Alphabet Peg Dolls from no time for flash cards
Baby Doll Carrier from mama smiles
Felt Storyboards from juggling with kids
Quick and Easy Inexpensive DIY Felt Board from mama papa bubba
Outdoor Easel from fantastic funand learning
create kiddo: magnetic alphabet board from mama miss
Eco friendly Printed Napkin DIY from brashear kids.blogspot
Felt Embroidered Coffee Cup Cozies from craft whack
Sharpie Art Coasters from paging fun mums
DIY Computer Wrist Rest from pink stripey socks
personalised note books from mumin the mad house
DIY Paper Poinsettia Gift Wrap from country living
Gingerbread Fudge from country living
Pine-Scented Candles from country living
Snow Globe from country living
Fabric Covered Christmas Tree Ornaments from country living
Homemade Gingerbread Pear Loaf from country living
DIY Salt Dough Ornaments from country living
DIY Cross Stitch Ornament Gift from country living
Ice Cream Pints from country living
DIY Agate Coasters from country living

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