DIY Budget Friendly Christmas Gifts
The Christmas season is quickly approaching folks and DIY Budget Friendly Christmas gifts are an incredible way to lower costs around the holidays if you’re trying to stick to a budget. Here are over 100 brilliant DIY Budget Friendly Christmas Gifts you can make for just about everyone important in your life!
Here are over 100 (yes, 100!) awesome, creative and gorgeous DIY Budget Friendly Christmas gifts that you can make yourself and gift to friends and loved ones during the holiday season while keeping costs low!
Like years past, we’re planning on making all some ofChristmas gifts and spoiling our friends and family with delicious goodies and luxurious homemade items!
Related: Need to get some holiday baking done? Here are 65 delicious and festive Holiday cookies you can try.
Gifting, sweet DIY Budget Friendly Christmas Gifts is the ultimate way to spread Christmas cheer am I right?
If you’re looking to save some money and make DIY Budget Friendly Christmas Gifts that are adorable, creative and thoughtful I’ve more than got you covered friend!
100 DIY BUDGET FRIENDLY CHRISTMAS GIFTS
1. 10 Minute Photo Keepsake Ornaments
2. Recycled Sweater Mittens
3. Ice Cube Tray Chocolates
4. Adorable Microwavable Heat Packs
5. 5 Minute DIY Lip Balm
6. Mason Jar Homemade Soup Mixes
Photo Cred: wholefully.com
7. Easy Chunky DIY Throw Blankets
8. Vanilla Brown Sugar Scrub
9. Gingerbread Bath Bombs
10. Mason Jar Banana Bread
11. Gingerbread Body Butter
Photo Cred: Frugal Momeh
12. Handmade Lavender Sachets
13. Caramel Latte Tea Cup Candle
14. DIY Hooded Owl Blanket
15. DIY Table Top Fire Bowl
16. DIY Sangria for Friends
17. Homemade Lavender Soap
18. DIY Watercolor Marble Dipped Mug
Photo Cred: House of Hipsters
19. Mason Jar Snow Globes
20. Peppermint Bath Salts
21. Sharpie Dot Flower Pot Craft
22. 30 Minute Infinity Scarf
23. Spa Bath in a Cup
24. Christmas Cookie Cans
25. Scented Mason Jar Candles
26. Gemstone Soap
27. Friendship Soup in a Jar
Photo Cred: Fireflies & Mudpies
28. Ribbon and Twig Ornament
29. Superhero Mason Jar Banks
30. Ribbon Bookmarks
31. Movie Night in a DIY Popcorn Bowl
31.Faux Agate DIY Coasters
33. DIY Marble Painted Votives
34. Etched Wooden Cutting Boards
35. Kids Coloring Book & Crayon Carrier
Photo Cred: crazylittleprojects.com
36. Gold Dipped DIY Jewellery Tray
37. No Sew DIY Hotpad
38. DIY Chalkboard Cheese Stone
39. Japanese Painted Bowls
40. Gingerbread Sugar Scrub
41. Now Sew Sequin Camera Strap
42. Leather & Gold DIY Notebook
43. Let it Snow Scrabble Tile Ornament
Photo Cred: Crafts by Amanda
44. DIY Kid Bean Bag Chairs
45. DIY Ultimate Smores Gift Bag
46. DIY Picnic Basket
47. DIY Marble Bottom Vases
48. DIY Copper Hanging Plant Baskets
49. DIY Stenciled Quote Pillow
50. Raw Chrystal Necklace Organizer
51. Mason Jar Lid Personalized Christmas Wreath Ornaments
Photo Cred: Sadie Seasongoods
52. Salt Dough Handprint Ornament
53. Cozy Slippers Gift Idea
54. Christmas Gift Candles
55. Pedicure in a Jar
56. Rainbow Crochet Cup Cozy
57. DIY Copper Plated iPhone Case
58. DIY Headband
59. DIY Teacup Candles
Photo Cred: yesmissy.com
60. Homemade Vanilla Lip Balm
61. DIY Patterned Hair Clips
62. Christmas in a Jar
63. Mason Jar Lid Magnets
64. Peppermint Soy Candles
65. DIY Instagram Magnets
66. Dollar Tree Gift Baskets
Photo Cred: dreamdesigndiy.com
67. DIY Rustic Tree Ornaments
68. Dollar Store Picture Frame and Message Board
69. DIY Mirror Boxes
70. Dotted Sharpie Mugs
71. Sugar Cookie Snack Bags
72. Homemade Hot Fudge in a Jar
73. Homemade Sea Salt Caramels
74. DIY Desk Organizer
Photo Cred: sawdustgirl.com
75. Tea Wreath
76. Button Bookmark Page Holders
77. Fabric Scrap Key Chains
78. DIY Iron Transfer Tote
79. DIY Zipped Pouches
80. Detox Bath in a Jar
81. Peppermint Candy Sugar Scrub
82. Monogrammed Shopping Tote
83. DIY Fabric Coasters
Photo Cred: thegraciouswife.com
84. Snow Man Candy Bars
85. DIY Friendship Bracelets
86. Clementine Wreath
87. Adorable on the go Reading Pillow
88. Homemade Bubble Bath
89. DIY Monogrammed Clay Key Chains
Photo Cred: frugalcouponliving.com
90. Rudolph Hot Cocoa Pouches
91. Gingerbread House Kit
92. Dip Mix Ornaments
93. Bath Bombs in a Jar
94. Homemade Shower Disks
95. DIY Kumihimo Bracelet
96. Personalized Snowman Mugs
97. Glowing Photo Luminaries
98. Hot Cocoa Kits
99. DIY Beeswax Candles
Photo Cred: instructables.com
100. Vintage Chocolate Dipping Spoons
101. Anthropologie Inspired Snow Globes
102. Snow Day Survival Kit Gift Set
Photo Cred: thediymommy.com
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39 thoughts on “100+ DIY Budget Friendly Christmas Gifts”
These are such great ideas. I love the vintage dipped spoons, that is such an adorable idea! Thank you.
These are wonderful ideas! I’m on a fairly low budget and find this super helpful for the holiday season. 🙂 Thanks!
I absolutely adore the gingerbread body butter! This is a great post!
These are great suggestions! I can’t wait to try the homemade lip balm! Thanks for sharing!
Wow… these are some awesome DIY ideas. My favorites are the Rudolph Hot Chocolate and the Vintage Chocolate dipping spoons. My mom is one of those people that is soooo hard to shop for because she has EVERYTHING. This list gives me tons of ideas for great gifts for her that she will actually use.
The mason jar soups had to be my favorite!
I’m really trying to keep Christmas costs down this year and LOVE this post. I am super uncrafty, but some of these look easy enough even for me. I especially love the marbe dipped mug (though I’ll probably try it with some non-food item since I don’t love the idea of drinking out of something that smells like nail polish 🙂
These are all wonderful ideas. I love how many of them are simple to create too. I got plenty of ideas off of this list. Thank you for taking the time to round these up.
So many fun ideas! I love making ornaments with the kids so I’m pinning this for later so we can use these ideas! Soooo cute!!
Oh my gosh, you took me down a rabbit hole! So many fabulous ideas that I could actually make. Thank you so much!
I recently quit my career to start a business. So spending tons of money on gifts is out of the question. This post is the perfect solution to Christmas this year for me! Thanks for sharing!
Love DIY gifts! The hot chocolate reindeer gets me every time!
These are amazing ideas. They make me think I could be crafty! I love the idea of soups or meals in a jar. I should actually make those for myself, haha 🙂
This post has so much great information. I really appreciate all the wonderful ideas. Pinning!
These are such fantastic ideas!! Thank you so much for sharing!
I love this post! I am always looking for ways to reduce the cost of the holidays and I feel like receiving a homemade or diy gift is always more special than buying something. Thanks for the ideas!
So many great gift ideas! Many would work other times than Christmas! I’ve pinned for reference;-)
These are great gift ideas and I love the DIY survival kit, I think my family would love that!
These are such awesome ideas, and are getting me excited for Christmas! I think homemade gifts are best 🙂
Wow! You put a lot of work into this post!!! I love all of them! And that snow day survival gift is adorable!!! I want it for myself!
This list is amazing! I love giving gifts from the heart so I will definitely be referring to this list come Christmas!
Love the personal touch of homemade gifts! Great list – love the homemade mittens!
The tea cup candles are SO CUTE!!!!
Thank you SO much for sharing my DIY Sangria Kit gift idea! I love giving this gift all year long, and especially around the holiday’s! 🙂 XOXO
My pleasure! It is such a clever idea!!! I’m going to be gifting it to a few friends myself ?
I absolutely love the idea of mason jar homemade soup mixes. There’s just something so cozy, beautiful and special about giving loving gifts like this to family and friends. Stringing on a recipe card for a time-tested family side dish like cornbread can make this Christmas gift shine even more!
I can’t believe Christmas is around the corner! These are adorable ideas. From the Homemade Soup Mixes to the Rudolph Hot Cocoa Pouches. Definitely bookmarking this one 🙂
Never too early to start planning for Christmas gifts! Love that these are all budget-friendly and thoughtful at the same time. Thanks for the ideas. 🙂
These are really great, I am very inspired and in the Christmas spirit now after reading through those creative ideas. The candles, mason jars, soups, soaps, treats, etc. all great ideas.
Ooh I think I may combine a few of these ideas and do a hot chocolate wreath with a few different flavors!
This is a really great roundup! And honestly, I wish someone would give me premade soups in a jar…I’m a busy mom, and I love practical. So there really are people who would love this stuff! 😉
What a wonderful compilation of DIY gifts! I definitely pinned this resource for later (when I’m not in denial that the holidays are two months away!). I think I’m going to do the mason jar soup mixes and the shower discs for gifts this year. How fun!
I am bookmarking this post for closer to Christmas because I love these ideas. As a broke college student, this gives me some great ideas. I love the spa bath in a cup, but the snow day survival kit may be my favorite.
I love all the holiday ideas!! This time of the year is my favorite and I can’t wait to start doing dome DIY decors!
I love the Christmas ornaments! These are so cute!
Great round up! I love homemade gifts! And I love making them for people. I think they show how much you care!
Wow! So many great ideas!! I’ll have to pin this for later!
Wow, you have so many great ideas here! The ribbon tree ornament is so simple yet so pretty. I might make that just to put around the house, not even on a tree. I know a lot of people who like tea too. They would love the tea wreath. I’m going to come back to this page later and look at what else I can make for friends and family this year.
Your site provides very good and useful information. I hope it continues for a long time. Thank you