Christmas is less than a month away, so if you plan on making some of your gifts by hand, you better start crafting! To give you some inspiration, I've once again rounded up some of my favorite, gift-worthy projects from the blog. Some are simple; some require a bit more time and skill. Click on the link below to visit each project's original post.
1. Mini Felt Robots: Sew these tiny robotsfrom felt, buttons, and snaps, and give them to a robot-loving kid or a grownup sci-fi fan.
2. "Animal Crackers in My Soup" Pillow: A sweet appliqued pillow for a child's room, even if they're much too young to remember the song that inspired it.
3. Cross-Stitched Summer Cap: The weather may be frightful, but the gardeners on your list are already thinking about planting and weeding.
4. Appliqued Butterfly Picture: For someone special on your holiday list--pretty appliqued and embroidered butterflies that are worth the time and effort they require.
5. Jelly Jar Sewing Kit: This cute sewing kit comes together in minutes and makes a thoughtful stocking stuffer for an aspiring crafter.
6. Seashell Hoop Picture: Know a beach-lover or a fan of seashore decor? Stitch them a pretty appliqued seasell and frame it in a hoop.
7. Pink Retro Telephone Pillow: This fun pillow celebrates the bygone rotary phone--much more interesting than a cell phone, don't you think? Switch up the felt and fabric colors to match the recipient's favorites.
8, Groovy Goldfish Beanbag Bookend: This cross-stitched beanbag holds books in place and requires no feeding. A perfect gift for your pet-less friends.
If you're looking for more ideas, take a peek at gift roundups from previous years:
|2016 Holiday Gift Guide|
|2015 Christmas Gift Roundup|