Over the years I’ve created a lot of projects that would make good gifts, so today I’m sharing a list of DIY gift ideas that there’s still plenty of time to make for Christmas. From your favorite plant lady, to your brother or your dad, I’ve got you covered!
Feminist candles – Free printable labels that you can stick on any candle you like.
Mounted staghorn fern – I’ve seen these sold for upwards of $50, and while they look pretty impressive, making your own is SO easy.
Leather liquor bottle labels – Add a little vintage flair to a bar cart.
Concrete Ring Cones – A batch of these would make great stocking stuffers!
Wood cheese board – This would make a lovely hostess gift. Add a leather handle to get extra fancy!
Brass monstera leaf earrings – Your favorite plant lady needs these!
Beard balm – Make a batch and give it to your dad, brother, husband, boyfriend, or all of the above (no judgement). My husband uses this regularly on his beard, and as a hair wax, to give his hair a little texture and keep it from being poofy, so the recipients don’t even need to be bearded to use this.
Gemstone soap rocks – I made a giant batch of these soap rocks back in May of 2016, and I’m just now on the last one. They look cool, work great, and were fun to make!
Reversible wood and marble serving board – It’s like two gifts in one!
Pompom and brass earrings – Make these festive, quick earrings in the favorite colors of all of the ladies on your list.
Concrete and gold plant pots – Who knew gold leaf and concrete would look so good together?
Mineral chart tote bag – I actually had too many tote bags, so I turned mine into a pillow, which is another option for these free iron-on printables.
Brass hand earrings – Fun statement earrings that are easier to make than you might think.
Copper and marble tray – Much more affordable than the fancy-pants version that inspired it.
Beeswax taper candles – Stocking stuffer, or hostess gift? You decide!
Test tube vase/propagation station – Another one for my plant ladies!
Are you planning to make any holiday gifts this year? What are you making?