DIY on a Dime: Great Gifts

Giving gifts can often be just as fun as getting them. In fact, I’ve found that when I take the attention off myself and try to bless other people, that the whole season is lots more enjoyable.

Yesterday I shared five frugal gift ideas that I have made for friends and family over the years. From now until December 24, we’ll be sharing frugal ideas for gift giving.

Stay tuned for more DIY on a Dime: Great Gifts.

Muffin Tin Crayons


Chocolate Box of Money


Paper & Pencil Games

Painted Glass Ornaments

Spa Gift Basket

Book of Days

Citrus Pomander

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Playdough Kit

Cookie Kit

Fun Photo Art

Button Ornament

Gingerbread People Paper Dolls

Lavender Milk Bath

Giant Poster

Lavender Hand Scrub

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Memory Game

Lettered Wall Art

Be Kind to Hands and Feet Kit

Perk Up a Purse

Rice-Filled Heating Pads

Hand Painted Tile Trivets

A Feel Better Basket

A Time Out Basket for Mom

Build a Lego Table

Peppermint Milk Mix

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Microwaveable Heat Packs

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Printable Gift Coupons

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  1. After I read your post on pampering yourself at Thanksgiving, I decided to give a “spa gift basket” to my sister-in-law and maybe some others in the family. I have recently stumbled upon someone in my town who makes soaps, lotions, lip balms, and more. I love her products. They are pricier than if I bought something generic at Wal-Mart, so I can’t get her much. But in a nice basket, those few things are going to look great. Plus there are the many weeks of nasty ingredient-free cleansing and moisturizing that she will get.

  2. Thanks for sharing a great list of ideas! Good inspiration!

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