7 DYI Christmas Gift Ideas Everyone Will Love

The holiday season is a great time to bring out your crafty side. There are so many creative and fun ways to show someone you are thinking of them, that you made the perfect gift just for them. Check out these 7 DYI Christmas gift ideas everyone will love.

DIY Mint Sugar Scrub

There's nothing like a cleansing sugar scrub. Here's a great tutorial on how to make your own sugar scrub to give as a gift. Why not make yourself one while you're at it? See the full tutorial at Love Grows Wild.

DIY Handwarmers

I love the holiday season, but no matter how much I do I still can't stand cold winters. This gift idea is perfect for anyone you know like me! These handwarmers are super easy and fun to make. See the full tutorial at Ray Ann Kelly.

Oversized Knit Blanket

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Does this not look like the most cozy blanket you have ever wanted to wrap yourself up in? Here is a great tutorial on how to make the best blanket gift ever! [embed]https://youtu.be/5voV033GJXY[/embed]

DIY Pinecone Fire Starters

One of my favorite ambiance aspects of the holiday season is a crackling fire. For that person in your life that like to be in charge of said crackling fire, these DIY pinecone fire starters will be a hit. See the full tutorial at Something Turquoise.

DIY Tea Tin Candle

Not sure why you've been holding onto those tea tins after you used up all the tea? Perhaps it was so you could turn them into a decorative candle. What a fun idea that makes a great gift too. See the full tutorial at Country Living.

Christmas Tea Tree

For the tea lover in your life, this simple DIY gift idea is both festive and fun. All it takes is your glue gun, some tea bags, and a styrofoam cone. See the tutorial at Thirsty for Tea.

DIY Artisan Frangranced Soap

Sweet and delicious smelling grapefruit lavender soap and coconut mint soap is a real treat for anyone you know who needs a little pampering. And the great thing is, these artisan soaps are surprisingly easy to make. See the tutorial at A House in the Hills.