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DIY Holiday Gifts for Moms, Aunties, & Grandmas

December 18th, 2008 admin

Christmas is less than a week away, and Hanukkah starts Monday, so this weekend is your last chance to get those DIY gifts ready and wrapped! Our last DIY Gift Roundup of the season is just for the mamas, aunties, and grandmas in your life.

Button Wreath Ornament. You know Martha had to get in on this-look how easy these adorable wreath ornaments are! (from Martha Stewart)

Shower Cap. Especially good for preserving those special holiday do’s, this shower cap is useful and surprisingly cute! (from Hoppo Bumpo)

Twig Serving Platter. Leave it to Design*Sponge to come up with a quirky and clever DIY platter-this makes for a simple-but-unique centerpiece with clean lines and a nice nod to nature. (from Design*Sponge)

Retro-Style Lined Apron. Baking, cooking, and even tidying up will be more fun with this charming little apron. Get your sewing needles ready and go for it! (from LuluLollyLegs)

Quilted Hexagon Flower Ornaments. Perfect for sewing beginners, these cute little ornaments will brighten up any tree, doorknob, or window! (from Lovestitches)

Hippie Chick Flower Soap. [Video] A fun little stocking stuffer, these hippie flower soaps are easy to customize with your own fragrances. (from WonderHowTo) Also, check out these sugary sweet Candy Heart Soaps [Video] from Martha Stewart!

And if none of these catch your fancy, I’d recommend poking around and, which are both full of creative DIY gift ideas ranging from easy peasy to week-long projects!

photo: design*sponge

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