Checking your bank account during the holidays is a surefire way to demolish warm fuzzies. However, if you are a bit smart, you can fully equip the halls without completing your credit card. After all, some of the best gifts are those for which someone has clearly spent time and effort.
Roll up your sleeves and steer your inner Martha Stewart – we have many simple and inexpensive DIY gift ideas for everyone on your list. The best part? You will be able to produce most of them in large quantities, so you can be the generous gifter you always wanted to be.
Yes, it is served cold, but there is still no better way to warm up and get into the bathroom feeling like a glass of Coquito. Coquito, which means "little coconut" in Spanish, is essentially Puerto Rican eggnog. It's easy to make large quantities ̵
This delicious-smelling exfoliant is easy to make in large quantities. The blend of five ingredients includes exfoliating sugar and moisturizing coconut oil. Feel free to add a small drop of vanilla for an extra delicious scent, but you'll probably lick it off the spoon when you prepare it.
Name a better smelling season – I'm waiting. If you drop ingredients such as cinnamon, orange, pine, and cloves into a boiling pot, your home will smell like a winter wonderland. Click here for suggestions on great scent combinations, purchasing ingredients, and printing gift tags.
Everyone loves a gift that can be eaten, especially which is clearly homemade. Muesli is one of the simplest and most adaptable foods out there. Sure, it's usually low in sugar, but we have many better recipe ideas for you if you give a healthy nut.
Alright, so these coffee gift wraps are probably not what you'd really like in mega but you can not deny that they're adorable! Throw some Keurig pods or a high-quality bag of Joe with a cup in (you can never have too many coffee cups, can you?) and some eucalyptus or pine for extra festivities.
If you want to take the coffee kit to you next, these gold-dipped cups are definitely a great addition and also fantastic. Find some cheap white mugs at your local second-hand shop or dollar store and give them a nice new life by adding fancy gold paint. Hot Tip: Painters Tape makes this one for us, who are prone to Pinterest. :: Raises hand ::
We were not all blessed with an Italian grandmother who had some fresh basil pestos on the S whipped. But with a great recipe, a food processor and a few recycled glasses, you too can give the gift of sheer goodness.
When do you have the opportunity to fill your own spices, except for the markets for fancy farmers? The holidays are the perfect opportunity to get a bunch of your favorite mixes (like ranch mix and Italian or taco seasoning) at a fraction of the retail price. Not only does this page contain recipe inspections, it also offers free, printable tags.
According to Ohioans, there is a difference between horse chestnuts and peanut butter balls (not much difference, but it is a state treasure, so we won not argue These little balls of chocolate and PB are good in the Mouth Melt and Easy to Cook – Just try not to eat the whole lot before you pack them.
These cute sugar cookie kits are an easy way to take a slice of standard boxing cookie mix and make it a gift Is it cheating? Could be, but hey, if you're trying to maximize holiday mood, it's sometimes worth cutting corners, consider the dollar store for a wooden spoon and a holiday cookie cutter, and off you go
You are looking for a different use for all the essential oils that you bought when you decided to take care of yourself more? By the way?) Because one or two drops of essential oil go a long way, these festive room spray blends are an affordable gift that can be produced in large quantities. At Amazon you will find glass spray bottles at reasonable prices.
Still Another gift proposal that comes in a jar, we know. But this manicure kit idea is a great way to give yourself and provide some things that people do not usually like to buy (cuticle pushers – fun!). Have a festive nail polish and some cotton ball with snow to make it even more appropriate for the season.
First of all: These are not only made from cheap ingredients, but you can make these caramels in the microwave . , Take a vacation movie, blow up a few batches and booze You now have gifts for all the people you did not expect gifts for. Will it be easier?
Who does not love candles? Save the price of a bougie anthropology candle by using a DIY kit like this one from Amazon. Trust us: a few drops of essential oil or pine scent make this smell as good as any $ 45 candle out there.
Are you still looking for the perfect gift? Here we have tons of gift ideas.
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Jamey Powell is a Greatisten Associate Fitness Editor and a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Bike Instructor, Yoga Teacher and Triathlete. If she does not perspire, she usually eats or tries to stroke someone else's dog. You can follow her antics on Instagram.