Is there anything better than receiving a homemade card……. yes, a homemade gift and I love receiving gift a child has made. Over the years the boys have made lots of gifts, in fact it is something that we have become know for. We make the Grandparents and family gifts and also their teachers get a kid made gift at Christmas too.
5 kid made gifts that you would like to receive!
These kid painted play pots are so simple to make and really effective and inexpensive gifts to make. We love giving plants rather than flowers as they last much longer.
These personalised notebooks were a big hit. They are simple to make and personalise. The boys did all the stamping and picked the stickers themselves. Why not take a look at the variations they also made.
These personalised dishwasher safe mugs, yes they are dishwasher safe (MadDad has been using his for six months) are so simple to make. The boys made these with very little intervention from me.
These are great to make even with the youngest kids. We recycled the boys art in to bookmarks and they are lovely things to have and gift to grandparents.
Another gift that you can make with the youngest of children. My boys love fingerprint art and these fingerprint mugs are dishwasher safe and fun to make and receive. You dont have to just use mugs, any porcelaine will be fine.
I am bringing you 4 weeks of Counting Down to Christmas – this week’s focus is all about handmade gifts for you and your kids to make and we’re bringing you some fabulous ideas from European bloggers to help you get ready for the festive season with crafts you can do at home.
We also invite you to join us and welcome you to come and link up crafts, recipes, activities for kids and adults for the Christmas Season helping to provide ideas for a Creative Christmas this year.
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Great ideas! I love those fingerprint mugs, seriously cute!
I love the different gift ideas.
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Some lovely ideas here Jen, the notebooks are fabulous!
Love those fingerprint mugs, really effective and colourful.
It’s true, I would love any of those gifts! I think the notebooks are my favourite, but the mugs, the pots – all too cute and precious when made by your little ones!
My friend makes handprint mugs – we use ors everyday
The handprinted mugs stood out too me, such a lovely idea x
I love all your gifts but my favourite is the dotty Dad mug. That’s a genius idea
I’m pinning these for inspiration. I love the plant pots and the note books and would love to receive them myself.
lovely ideas as always lovely lady x x
Fab ideas! I esp love getting the kids to make presents for the grandparents, as they already have everything they want so the personal touch is appreciated!
Those are lovely ideas. We’ve done the flower pots (well vases) and mugs here and everyone loved them
great ideas – we have a cupboard full of mugs the kiddos have made us 😉
Great ideas! Love personal journal!
Loving the fingerprint mugs. Anything my child made would make me happy, to be honest.
I just love the fingerpint mugs! So many great ideas! And a lovely link-up too!
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I love the fingerprint mugs! #Parenting-Pin-it-Party
lovely ideas again, Jen – thanks so much for linking up to the Parenting Pin it Party this week xx
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