Are you looking for little gifts to give teachers, postal carriers, paper boy, co-workers, family and friends? Do you want to give them something store brought? Or do you want to make it yourself? Do you have a price range in mind?
Here's are some under $20 DIY Holiday Gift Ideas!
All the holiday gift ideas listed here are super easy to do!!!
- Gift Card & Chocolate Bar Gift - Visit your local grocery store, fast food chain or department store and purchase a $10-$15 gift card. Also pick up a large size chocolate bar from your grocery, department or dollar store. You probably have some wrapping paper handy at home, if not purchase some. Are you getting it? Yes, wrap the chocolate bar as you will any other gift and be sure to tape the gift card on the chocolate bar before wrapping it. Tie your little present with a hand tied bow. The fancier the bow the more elegant it will look.
- Homemade Cookies Gift - Everyone loves to munch on cookies during the holiday! Make one to three different types of cookies, place them in a tin or a fancy cardboard cookie box. Wrap and tie a bow. If you are pressed for time in making the cookies, visit your local grocery store and purchase ready made cookies from the bakery.
- Lottery Bouquet - Here's another super easy idea for your gambler. Purchase a small Poinsettia, plant, or silk floral arrangement. Now purchase $1 instant lottery tickets and arrange the lottery tickets around your plant. Attach them to the card holders (can be purchased at your local craft store, or ask the florist).
- Handcrafted Scented Candle Gift - Visit a local craft show and purchase a handcrafted scented candle. Find a nice gift box or gift bag at your local dollar store.
- Hot Cocoa Gift Mug - Visit your local dollar store and grocery store to pick up a oversized mug, individually packaged hot cocoa mixes, small packages of cookies and cellophane wrapping or bag. Arrange the cocoa mixes and cookies in the mug, wrap and tie a bow.
Are these cookies homemade or store brought? These are my homemade white chocolate cashew cookies (instead of macadamia nuts).