Whether you’re a teacher who’s looking for a handmade gift students can give to their families or you’re a parent who needs a guaranteed keepsake family members will love, this roundup of 20 awesome gifts kids can make are sure to be a hit.
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There’s something for every age between 3 and 8. We included our super popular fizzy bath bombs, colorful yarn wrapped ornaments, quick sew microwave heat packs and so much more. Enjoy and Happy Holidays from our family to yours!
Whip up a batch of fizzy scented bath bombs.
Make some salt dough jewelry. -Red Ted Art
Create an adorable snowman painting made from footprints. -House by Hoff
Ready for a handmade sewing project? Make an easy owl heat pack. -Thirty Handmade Days
For the readers in your life, turn a paperclip into a must-have bookmark. -Tatertots and Jello
Make a batch of friendship bread. -A Mom with a Lesson Plan
Grab some pretty fabric and sew some surprisingly easy microwaveable heat packs. -Life as Mom
Turn ordinary tiles into personalized photo coasters. -The Frugal Girls
Stamp out some yummy smelling cinnamon heart ornaments. -Katy Elliott
Make an easy handprint pot holder. -The Idea Room
Melt beads into sun catchers. -Artful Parenting
Paint a rock paper weight. -Happy Hooligans
Stamp salt dough heart magnets. -Red Ted Art
Mix up some Warm Vanilla Sugar Scrub. -Saving with Shellie
Decorate a notepad cube. -Martha Stewart
Make a salt dough ornament. -Taking Time to Create
Fill a mason jar with chocolate covered pretzels and turn it into an adorable snowman. -The Polka Dot Chair
Press some sweet fingerprint heart ornaments. -Mama. Papa. Bubba.
Grab some felt and design an easy cup cozy. -Craft Whack
Wrap a pretty yarn wrapped star ornament. -Mama Miss
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