Whether you're a chronic procrastinator or just forgot about someone on your list, these last-minute Christmas gift ideas will save the (holi)day.
This homemade hot chocolate mix combines cocoa powder and mini chocolate chips for the richest, creamiest mug of hot choclate you've ever had. Make a batch and bag it up for a homemade gift they'll savor. Just be sure and make a little extra for yourself.
These sachets are the perfect gift for all kids to make.
This snazzy felt 'gator sewing book lives on pins and needles.
These holiday candles are ideal gifts and fun for kids to make. Beeswax is a joy to work with: it's flexible, gently scented, and easy to cut with a cookie cutter.
These cleverly personalized coasters offer a fun, open-handed expression of your child's generosity -- and they're a great holiday gift that kids can make.
Make a gift of glass candle jars embellished with beads.
Plaster casts of favorite objects make unique holiday gifts.
This funky scarf has a pocket for your MP3 player, letting you rock out to cool tunes while keeping warm.
This cupcake-in-a-cup makes a great gift!
Brown sugar and honey make these Asian candies an irresistibly sweet gift, especially when they're tucked into small, colorful boxes (sold in most craft stores) or paper jewelry boxes.
This funky foam frame is simple enough for little fingers yet presents limitless personalizing possibilities for older kids.
These simple candy-filled cardboard tubes, modeled after traditional British crackers, are a snap to mass-produce for a classroom holiday party.
Use family trinkets and treasured hardware odds and ends to decorate a personalized picture frame and box.
Colorful pins are a great way to dress up any outfit; a great craft from Spoonful.com.
These little chocolate guys make a fun holiday treat, especially when paired with a mouse-related holiday book, such as "The Night Before Christmas," "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!," or "The Nutcracker."
Craft a card that offers a greeting and a gift.
Repurpose old wool sweaters by felting the fabric -- shrinking the wool until it's thick and ravel-proof -- and then it's a cinch to create a bevy of stylish bracelets.
Stamp a simple-to-make memo pad.
This deliciously simple chocolate confection is quick to create and easy to mass-produce. Best of all, it's fun for kids to make -- and eat!
Recycle worn sweaters into cozy woolen mittens.
For kids, the holidays don't get much sweeter than scrumptious homemade candies. And this confection is incredibly good.
These bead bookmarks will help keep your kids on track with their favorite book.
Coated with sparkly colored sugar and tied up with licorice ribbon, these creamy fudge squares resemble a stash of mini gift boxes.
Here's a sweet treat your kids can make for their favorite canine friends.
Stitch up this adorable guy, complete with a miniature fleece scarf and an orange felt nose, in an hour or two. The bonus? He'll never melt!
This fuzzy fleece scarf features pockets that double as hand warmers; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
This do-it-yourself, just-add-liquids Christmas cookie, with the ingredients already measured out, is perfect for people who have fun being in the kitchen.
These handy holders make a welcome addition to an office or kitchen -- a great gift that kids can make.
These funky art magnets put the "fun" in functional! Package them sweetly in a neat jewel case, then present them to a loved one you're just plain stuck on.
Showcase family photos in an elegant book.
Kids will have fun making these cute, friendly-faced pens as gifts and for themselves; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Even if you're expecting a white Christmas this year, your crafter will love making it snow on these whimsical winter shirts.
Here's a glamorous idea for an easy-to-make gift; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Present collectors with handy holders to house their trinkets, another great craft from Spoonful.com.
This fast version of peanut brittle is yummy and kid-friendly with its measuring and mixing.
Bake a batch of these lovable look-alikes and present them to the crew they (sort of!) resemble; the salt dough is fun to sculpt and easy to paint.
Felting a sweater is a great way to get more life out of a favorite top that's outgrown or damaged. These great crafts from Spoonful.com show you how to use your felted sweater to make a sleeve for a hot to-go drink or create a cozy bag.
Customizing these candies is a snap. Just choose the nuts -- either macadamias or pecans -- then blend them with toasted coconut and the chocolate of your choice.
If last year's scarf doesn't match this winter's wardrobe, turn it into a bolster pillow that'll help you hibernate in comfort and style.
This charming crew came to life when a pomegranate juice bottle reminded crafter Kimberly Stoney of a certain frosty fellow.
Best Hot Cocoa Mix
Alligator Sewing Kit
Cookie Cutter Candles
Crunchy Sesame Candy
Memory Lane Picture Frame
Mini Gift Pins
Chocolate Cherry Mice
Pine Pin and Card
Printed Memo Blocks
Chocolate Cookie Bark
Holiday Cookies in a Jar
Customized Kid's Art Magnets
Family Photo Books
Fun Felt Pens
Beautiful Beaded Rings
Treasure Gift Box
Near Instant Peanut Brittle
Family Faces Ornaments
Felted Sweater Surprises
Crunchy Nut Clusters
A New Use for an Old Scarf
The A-Bottle-Able Snowmen
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