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Thursday, December 15, 2016

Book Review: 25 DIY Christmas Gifts

25 DIY Christmas gifts by [Howard, John]

25 DIY Christmas gifts 




From Amazon:

Christmas is such an exciting and emotional time of year. Streets are decorated with bright garlands and venues get filled with amazing presents. You can feel the Christmas spirit everywhere you go. 

Of course, this also means it’s time to get your Christmas gifts ready. It goes without saying that you’d like to impress your friends and loved ones with beautiful and witty presents. At the same time, it’s difficult to dedicate a significant part of your budget to the gifts alone. 

But what if you don’t have to? We’ve decided to help you get your creative juices flowing with 25 fabulous ideas for DIY Christmas gifts. Here’s a recap of them all:

1) A multi-strand scarf
2) Flavored salts
3) Decorative oven gloves
4) A chalkboard
5) A gift card
6) A knitted scarf
7) Wood minutiae
8) A paper garland for a Christmas tree 
9) Handmade Christmas candles
10) An origami pocket heart
11) DIY Christmas decoration - a paper gift packet
12) A bottle cap snowman
13) A pretty apron
14) Pressed flowers
15) A pair of slippers filled with goodies
16) A decorative pillow
17) Painted wooden utensils for kitchen
18) Tea tin candles
19) Decoupage tray
20) Embroidered handkerchief
21) Vintage key fobs
22) A decorated teapot
23) Bookmarks
24) An ombre necklace
25) Unusually decorated gloves

Whatever your skills and preferences are, you’re going to find some wonderful ideas to create unusual gifts using almost anything you have in your drawers and closet. Your friends will be amazed at the warm, genuine Christmas gifts from you. After all, a handmade gift is always the most valuable one as you dedicated so much effort to create it. 


My thoughts:


Although I've seen some of these projects that are listed in 25 DIY Christmas Gifts. most are unique to me.  Such useful gifts that I'm sure everyone who receives them will enjoy them!

There is a wide variety of projects so you'll find one that fits your skill level.  I don't think I would have a hard time completing any of them, except one (I don't know how to knit). Each project has a material list and exact instructions on how to complete it. 

These are wonderful and I want to make some for next Christmas.  I plan on being a little more prepared next year and I can't wait to get started with this book.  

I downloaded this book free last week but it's definitely worth the price of .99.

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