10 DIY Holiday Gifts Kids Can Make-for Grown-Ups!
Let kids create these easy DIY holiday gifts their favorite grown-ups will love
Scratching your head about what to give some of the people on your nice list? Let your kids pitch in to create the perfect present.
Cut shapes out of freezer paper and let your kiddo paint over them to create a one-of-a-kind carryall she can truly put her stamp on. (Via Art Bar Blog)
Sharpie Art Coasters
Let your little go wild coloring coasters with neon-colored sharpies, add a few drops of rubbing alcohol, and watch the marble magic happen. (Via Paging Fun Mums)
Roll a toy car (yes, really, a toy car!) through fabric paint to create this one-of-a-kind pattern on a jersey scarf. (Via Crafting Connections)
Lay out clay in the width and colors you want your bracelet (consider glitter and translucent clay, too), wrap it around a can, and then roll it together. Bake for 20 minutes. (Via Babble Dabble Do)
Mini Woven Bookmark
Make a few cuts in felt, string through ribbon, and you've got a great gift. (Via Handmade Charlotte)
Handprint Salt Dough Ornament
Mix together flour, water, salt and food coloring, then let your kiddo smash in her handprint. Bake it and you're done! (Via The Imagination Tree)
Polka Dot Tote Bag
Vibrant paint and stencils bring a blank tote to life. (Via Buggy and Buddy)
Roll out brightly-colored clay, coil it together in the shape of a bowl, repeat, and then pop all of the creations the oven-15-minutes later you've got a cookie sheet full of presents. (Via Babble Dabble Do)
Popsicle Stick Pen Holder
Glue wood sticks around a can, and then jazz it up with a little help from glitter, foam letters, stickers, and whatever other crafty items your kids get their hands on. (Via My Little Bookcase)
Personalized Coffee Mug
Give your child a ceramic paint pen and let him go wild on a blank white coffee mug. (Via Two Shades of Pink)
Always supervise children when creating crafts; these projects are not suitable for children under 3 years of age.