Homemade gifts are a wonderful way to show you care for those you love. Here is a bunch of natural DIY Christmas gifts you can make that are sure to please.
They’re great for gifting to teachers, friends, or family, and many of them would make great healthy stocking stuffers too.
I love making things from scratch, from personal care products like my hair rinse and body cream to home care products like this window cleaner and shower cleaner. But nothing is as much fun to make as gifts for someone else.
I’ve made homemade Christmas gifts for a long time, but typically they were only cookies and candies. These days I am thinking not just about edible treats like these no-bake cookies, but also about non food gifts.
My adrenal fatigue doesn’t do well when there is too much stress and frankly, I don’t care much for all the Christmas season chaos. You can see in Slowing Down for Christmas how we try not to do too much.
But I do like DIY gifts–since they’re both homemade and frugal.
This list is a keeper for sure–so many great ideas for everyone on your list. Use it now or refer back to it anytime you need a homemade gift for someone special.
In fact, this list really could be great for all kinds of holidays and events–think graduation, birthday, gifts for teachers, etc.
And if you’d like to supplement this list with even more fantastic homemade gift ideas, check out this post of Homemade Mother’s Day Gifts. So many fantastic ideas there that would make great Christmas Gifts as well.
Note that many of these gifts use essential oils. For an extra special holiday gift, you can consider using one of these Holiday Essential Oil Blends to add an extra special Christmas touch to your gift.
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Homemade Christmas Gifts
Sugar-free Peppermint Bark
This Sugar-free Peppermint Bark is so easy and delicious. It’s a walk down memory lane but so much healthier with out all the sugar!
I just LOVE this sugar scrub. Super simple and it works great!
This lip scrub really helps continually dry lips.
These canning jar pincushions are such a cute gift for someone who sews.
These bars are all the rage right now–a fun twist on the traditional body and hand lotions.
Here’s how to make them yourself.
Who wouldn’t appreciate a Homemade Lip Balm for a Christmas Gift, especially with the damage that wintry wind does to lips?
Bath bombs, when made with all natural ingredients, add benefits to the bath like softer skin and a mineralizing boost as well.
Low-carb Crescent Cookies
These Sugar-free Crescent Cookies are so delicious,
no one will know they’re low carb.
Sugar-free Snowball Cookies
These Keto Snowball Cookies are melt in your mouth delicious!
We use this regularly and it makes plain rice and beans meal taste super special!
Put some of this in a little mason jar with a cute ribbon and you’re all set.
These chocolate truffles are loaded with healthful ingredients and taste amazing.
Adaptogenic Hot Chocolate Mix
This Adaptogenic Hot Chocolate Mix is super tasty and makes you feel good too. It’s sure to be a gift everyone will love.
This really is super tasty. I get asked for this recipe everywhere we take it.
Put this in a little jar with a cute label and gift it with some popcorn kernels!
Alcohol-free Vanilla Extract
You can also use the directions to make a regular vanilla, but this alcohol-free vanilla extract is an always welcome gift!
We are curry lovers in our household.
We use it in My Most Requested Recipe – Pakistani Beef Curry.
Our favorite curry power used to be a popular gourmet-ish brand, but once I figured out how to replicate it almost perfectly with this recipe, we’ve never gone back!
This bark recipe is so easy and adaptable to any special diet!
This chili powder is made with readily available ingredients and taste amazing.
So easy to make and sooo delicious!
This is a great way to easily make custom soap without handling lye
(you’ll see what I mean….)
Skip the toxins with this easy spray that doubles as a
room spray, pillow spray, and more.
AND… for wrapping it all up…
A fun way to personalize all of your Christmas Gifts, whether DIY or otherwise.
Do you typically make homemade Christmas gifts?
What do you normally make?