50 DIY Homemade Gifts

A Complete Guide to DIY Gift-Giving

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DIY Holiday


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DIY Beauty


DIY Soap Recipes


DIY Gifts From the Kitchen


DIY Gifts for the Home

Redneck Wine Glasses


DIY Gifts for Kids



DIY Gifts for Pets

dog biscuits


DIY Infusions

*Tip:  If you want to create infusions for gifts, but don’t have the time to let them sit, make a creative little label for your infusion telling the date made, and the date it will be finished.  Since it won’t be ready when you give it, the recipient will know when it should be used.  This method is great for things like vanilla extract, and herbal vinegars in decorative bottles with showy herbs like rosemary that you don’t intend to fish out when finished.  Also, it can be a fun way to include the recipient, since the label may instruct them to give it a little shake or turn every so often 🙂

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**Or, just give the gift of herbs and oils so all of your DIY friends can make these great projects themselves.  🙂

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