November 11 ~ Gifts for Boys

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Today’s gift ideas focus on boys but they’d also all be great for girls. A little later this month we’ll share ideas for men too! Don’t miss the related tutorial links below as there are lots of fun picks perfect for boys throughout our Handmade Holidays posts.


Today’s Guest Curator: Melissa from a happy stitch

Melissa is a sewist, sewing instructor and designer of patterns aimed specifically at the beginning sewer. She finds sewing wonderful and frustrating, and she loves helping new sewists navigate through those wild emotions! Find Melissa at her a happy stitch blog, as well as on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. She even has her own video!

Melissa writes, “As a mother of two boys ages four and six, I find nothing more difficult that thinking up how to make gifts for them. Now that they are old enough to have their own real preferences the things I like to make such as quilts and button-up shirts aren’t really cutting it. There are not many tutorials for boy gifts and they aren’t into clothing all that much unless it’s something really awesome. I can conjure up a boatload of ideas for what to make my sister or my aunt but my boys leave me flummoxed. I really, really love a Handmade Holiday season though, so I knew I was going to be scrounging the internet for help this year. I threw a bunch of ideas on this Pinterest board too…”

Make It


Monster Hand Warmers
Keep their hands toasty all winter long with these Monster Hand Warmers from Wendi of Shiny Happy World for Sew Mama Sew. We like the crazy, faux fur.


Wooden Snap Blocks
Make a set of Wooden Snap Blocks like Jenae’s at I Can Teach My Child for a fun, new building option.


T-Shirt Pillow
Turn a favorite old shirt into something you can enjoy every day with this T-Shirt Pillow from Disney at Ruffles and Stuff.


Superhero Cape
We know you’ve seen some capes already, but this version reuses large t-shirts to make a super-easy Superhero Cape! Find the tutorial (including a video) by Jenny at The Southern Institute.


Monster Twins
This Monster Twins project is a free PDF pattern at Sew Mama Sew from Trixi’s Sew Together Grow Together: Sewing Patterns for Parents and Children book.


Sewing + Appliqué Patterns
Rae at Armommy has a bunch of Sewing + Appliqué Patterns and a video tutorial. Make mini-Boden-like shirts, bags, pillows and more; once you see how easy it is you’ll want to put appliqué on everything. (Melissa loves the monster, paper airplane or mustache.)

Related tutorials you might enjoy: Gifts for Little Kids, Gifts for Big Kids, Gifts for Playful Friends

Mix It


Gingerbread Men Cookies
These Gingerbread Men recipe from Michelle at Brown Eyed Baker give you a thick, chewy (and delicious!) cookie.

Print It


Dominoes Activity
Mer­rilee designed this fun Dominoes Activity for Handmade Charlotte. Download, print and play together!

Win It

Comment on today’s post for a chance to win one of these prizes!
Tip: If you’re hoping to win a prize that notes “US Winners Only,” include your state in your name (i.e. Beth in WA) so we can confirm residence and avoid any disappointment on your end. Shipping range is determined by the generous companies and artisans that donate Handmade Holidays prizes.

Win a $25 gift certificate to Sew Modern! Sew Modern is a hip fabric and sewing haven for all your modern stitchy needs, including fabrics, embroidery supplies, books, classes and more!

Skirt-a-Day Sewing: Create 28 Skirts for a Unique Look Every Day
(US Winners Only)

Author: Nicole Smith
Publisher: Storey Publishing

Design a skirt for every day of the week! With these 28 irresistible projects, you’ll learn all the techniques you need to custom-design and sew fabulous skirts that fit you perfectly. Smith shows you how to draft a pattern for a custom fit and then alter that pattern into one of four basic silhouettes: wrap, straight, flared and high-waisted. Each skirt can then be easily redesigned into seven distinct and delicious looks– one for each day of the week. These projects are suitable for sewists at every level, including beginners.

Paper to Petal: 75 Whimsical Paper Flowers to Craft by Hand
(US Winners Only)

Author: Rebecca Thuss, Patrick Farrell
Publisher: Potter Craft

Make playful party decorations, luscious bouquets and sophisticated floral centerpieces with inexpensive tissue and crepe paper. Paper to Petal walks you through the easy basics of transforming simple materials into a vibrant display of fanciful handmade blooms suitable for every occasion. Design experts Rebecca Thuss and Patrick Farrell inspire you to get creative with their time-tested techniques. Customize every petal, leaf or stem to go dramatic or delicate; mimic nature or fashion your blossoms in any color you can imagine to make something uniquely personal. You’ll be amazed how easy it is to produce these gorgeous flower projects. These exquisite blooms never wilt, are always in style, and are endlessly fun to create, share and give to everyone you love.

Simple Sewing: 30 Fast and Easy Projects for Beginners
(US Winners Only)

Author: Katie Lewis
Publisher: Cedar Fort

Unleash your creativity and become the successful do-it-yourself sewer you’ve always wanted to be! Using the tips, techniques, and 30 assorted sewing projects in this guide, you’ll be able to create custom household items and gifts in no time. From baby bibs and tote bags to Christmas decorations and children’s toys, every project in this book will build your sewing skills while adding a tasteful handmade touch to your home.

Don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool, and check out our 2012 Handmade Holidays list for more fabulous ideas. Here are our 2013 themes:

November 10: Eco-Friendly Gifts
November 9: Advent Calendars
November 8: Gifts for Make-Believe
November 7: Gifts for Travelers
November 6: Gifts for Geeks
November 5: Gifts for Babies + Toddlers
November 4: Holiday Party Clothes + Accessories
November 3: Gifts for Cooks
November 2: Gifts for Gadget Lovers
November 1: Gifts for Tweens

We respect the copyright of all crafters. All photos are used with permission from the artist.

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327 Responses to November 11 ~ Gifts for Boys

  1. lucia says:

    Love the Monster Twins! Such a lovely idea!

  2. Amanda says:

    Whoa, I had completely forgotten about snap blocks. I loved those when I was a kid!

  3. ruby t--nm says:

    Chuck Norris pillow….so fun!

  4. Martha says:

    Chuck Norris really is the best. Thanks for the great boy ideas!

  5. Kellye A in TX says:

    I do believe I see my husband making some snap blocks soon :)

  6. Sonia F in NJ says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  7. Hilary in MN says:

    i love the snap blocks.

  8. Stacia says:

    The monster twins are perfect for little boys!

  9. Besotted with the paper flowers… wow!

  10. SammieEB says:

    Definitely needing to make a super hero cape for my little boy!

  11. Abbi says:

    The paper to petal book looks like lots of fun!

    Abbi in MN

  12. Afton from NM says:

    I’m going to have to try the snap blocks for my son.

  13. Katie in NM says:

    The wooden snap blocks look great

  14. Julie says:

    Love the monster handwsrmers!

  15. Vero Et in FL says:

    Love the hand warmers

  16. Whitney M in SC says:

    Thirst pillow would be great for anyone! Never used that tutorial before, but I’ve made a few before and people love them!

  17. CJ in canada says:

    My nephews spend many a weekend at our place. Their own pillows would be the perfect gift. No just for the boys though, my nieces would love them too. Thanks!

  18. deborah b. says:

    i’m in the US.

  19. deborah b. says:

    these are some awesome ideas for kids – i want to make the snap blocks, monster hand warmers & monster twins for my daughters!

    and i really need that skirt-a-day book, so i can finally figure out how to make clothes for myself out of what i already have, bc money is so tight!

  20. Nicole in IN says:

    Every kid needs a superhero cape!

  21. Patty says:

    Many good ideas today. I get so inspired as I read through these. (North carolina)

  22. Tasha in MO says:

    The snap blocks are super cool!

  23. Vicki H in KS says:

    With 5 young grandsons, the superhero cape is a great gift idea for me to make.

  24. Sandy K in MN says:

    Like the snap blocks, cute idea.

  25. ccherry in CO says:

    I love the super hero cape. I’m not too old for one am I?

  26. Valerie says:

    It is a challenge to find good boy gifts-thanks for the ideas! And Brown-Eyed baker is always a hit :)

  27. Cindy in ND says:

    Love so many of these patterns!

  28. Lea in MA says:

    I love those hand warmers.

  29. Stephanie in Canada says:

    Someone’s going to b getting a cape for Christmas :)

  30. Anya says:

    Great ideas! Thanks! Anya in PA

  31. Jacklynn in WI says:

    Again for the super hero geek in me – a cape! Have two great nephews and one on the way that would love this! Thanks for the give away!

  32. Tina C. says:

    The Snap Blocks are a great idea! I’m gonna make them with my boys!

  33. Alisa says:

    Thanks for the boy suggestions! Not always easy to sew gifts for my boys.

  34. Sallie in TX says:

    Superhero Capes are just what my GS asked for for Christmas! Thanks for shaing!

  35. Cayce says:

    these snap blocks are really different!

  36. Pattij in WA says:

    I love the snap blocks! My grandson would love these!

  37. Genevieve says:

    Those hand warmers are so cool!

  38. Boys can be hard to buy for. Thanks for the ideas.

  39. Julie in IN says:

    Snap blocks–brilliant!

  40. Kate in RI says:

    I’m off to sew some monster hand warmers!

  41. Beth T. In OR says:

    The snap blocks are brilliant!

  42. Tara Jane from NY says:

    Love the T-shirt Paper airplane! I have been paying way too much at Boden!

  43. Julia in NJ says:

    Cute ideas! All this creativity is so inspiring.

  44. Heather says:

    Great list for boys, now which one to make first?

  45. Kristina says:

    Thinking maybe that pillow would be great for my hubby too!

  46. Kristin in WA says:

    Super capes have been my all time most used project! My boy’s love them!

  47. Amy in CA says:

    Those monster hand warmers are the cutest!

  48. Brooke in SC says:

    Having two little boys myself I am always on the lookout for more boy gift ideas!

  49. Eleanor in NC says:

    Those snap blocks would be wonderful in my preschool classroom!

  50. Jennifer in NC says:

    The snap blocks are something my husband could make- family crafting!!

  51. Fun list! Thanks for sharing.

  52. Heather in VA says:

    The hand warmers are a great idea for the crossing guards at school.

  53. Lisamarie in CT says:

    I love the snap blocks! Great building idea!

  54. Ginger says:

    Ginger in Illinois
    Cute ideas. My first grandson will be born in March after four granddaughters.

  55. Beth in Michigan says:

    Thanks for some awesome ideas. Girls would love these too!!

  56. barbara says:

    Great selection of gifts today — my son would love the wooden snap blocks, among other things.

  57. Barb B in BC says:

    Thanks for all the great tutorials.

  58. EllenQ says:

    Those snap blocks are so cool!

  59. Laura in OR says:

    I can’t wait to use some of these for my new son someday :)

  60. Whitner says:

    So much fun!

  61. Kristin in VA says:

    Such cute ideas!

  62. Carol P. says:

    Makes me miss having little ones.

  63. Katrina in AZ says:

    Can’t wait to try the gingerbread cookies!

  64. taryn oakley says:

    the pillow idea is really fun!

  65. Like a bunch of the others, I look forward to seeing the gifts for men day – always a bit of a tough one!

  66. Steph in NE says:

    I love the snap blocks–genius!

  67. Margo in WA says:

    Thank you for some great ideas!

  68. Miranda in California says:

    How cute! Great ideas for my little boy!

  69. sorahart in UT says:

    The snap blocks look fun! Very clever idea.

  70. Joelle in Nebraska says:

    The snap blocks look like lots of fun!

  71. Amorette.in OR says:

    The monster twins would be a big hit with my son!

  72. Michelle in B.C. Canada says:

    snap blocks look like fun!

  73. Jennifer in TX says:

    Those snap blocks are so clever!

  74. Sunny in MI says:

    I am in love with those hand warmers!!! They will be perfect for my cousins.

  75. April in CA says:

    The capes are adorable.

  76. Erica in OR says:

    Love the airplane appliqué!

  77. Joy says:

    Thank you so much for the boy ideas…they can be so hard to craft for!!

  78. Amy in Utah says:

    I am excited to start sewing some capes for my two year old. So cute!!

  79. Taryn says:

    Thank you for these great giveaways, I have had the skirt book on my wish list since you first featured it!

  80. Cheryl says:

    We all need a superhero cape…

  81. Lisa R in KS says:

    Cute ideas!

  82. Jessica F says:

    Fun ideas! Thanks for the chance to win.

  83. Cat B in MD says:

    The snap blocks are such a great idea!

  84. Tracy in UT says:

    The snap blocks are great! Love these ideas. Thanks!

  85. Karrie Smith says:

    Love these! Twin monsters are the best!

  86. Rachel says:

    in MN.
    Yes, please! THank you for the opportunity!

  87. annette says:

    Love the handwarmers!!

  88. sangeetha says:

    Love Skirt a Day and Paper to Petal

  89. Deb H. in PA says:

    My grands love their super hero capes. I love skirts! it sure would be nice to win the skirt a day book.

  90. Paper to petal looks awesome! No little boys to sew for this Christmas but the ideas are cute.

  91. Beth in SC says:

    Love that paper airplane!

  92. Gigi says:

    Love ideas for boys! And I love Melissa’s blog!

  93. Kirsten says:

    Those hand warmers are pretty cool…warm.

  94. Laurie in MA says:

    Awesome round up of fun boy projects.

  95. Sarah says:

    My son would love a super hero cape! Thanks! Sarah in WA

  96. Jenny L says:

    I want to make the monster handwarmers! Very cute. Thanks for the opportunity!

  97. kathyh in OR says:

    Monster hand warmers. Cool present for my great-nieces.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

  98. Beth B. says:

    Can’t wait to check out those applique ideas! ~Beth in IN

  99. Peep in PA says:

    I think both my kids would enjoy sewing anything monsters! Those snap blocks look amazing and would make great gifts.

  100. Nancy in GA says:

    Love the wooden snap blocks!

  101. Marge says:

    What boy wouldn’t want a Chuck Norris pillow! I am sure my husband wouldn’t mind a Chuck Norris couch!

  102. Lydia in WA says:

    Helped my grandson make a monster pillow on our last visit. I think your super-hero cape might be next on the list. He loves to prove to his big sister that he can sew too and this will be super fun for him to make.

  103. Sue from NY says:

    I love the wooden snap blocks. I see these in my grandson’s future .

  104. Marsha in PA says:

    That tee-into-pillow would be equally great for my 45 year old “boy” as my 13 year old. Great idea!

  105. Maggie in KY says:

    Love the snap blocks, will certainly be making some.

  106. Gretchen in APO says:

    My boys and I thank you! Great ideas!

  107. Jessica in VA says:

    I love the monster hand warmers!

  108. Liz K in OR says:

    Snap blocks! Awesome.

  109. Jess Z says:

    Thanks for the ideas! I never know what to get boys other than games.

  110. Bethany in Wa says:

    I love the snap blocks! my boy is a bit young for them but I am definitely keeping that in mind for next year!

  111. Megan A from Utah says:

    I love the snap blocks!! The cape is darling as well :) Thanks for all of the gift ideas!

  112. Jessie K. says:

    Oops! Forgot to say me state! Utah!

  113. Jessie K. says:

    These projects are all so cute! Thanks for the giveaways!

  114. Joan says:

    Thanks, it’s always so hard to find things to make for boys

  115. Rebecca says:

    t shirt pillow. good idea.

  116. Judith says:

    The shape dominoes are a terrific idea. I’m not waiting for Christmas to make them. Thanks!

  117. missmoozie in ca says:

    Love all the ideas! My nephew would go crazy for the building blocks! Thank you for the wonderful giveaways!

    missmoozie(at)gmail(dot)com

  118. usairdoll in ca says:

    Great gift ideas! My grandson is three years old and would love all these ideas! He does have a favorite shirt and what an awesome idea to make a pillow out of it when he’s outgrown it.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

  119. Sara A. in DC says:

    Loving those snap blocks, though unsure if my kid would feel the same way. I’m hoping she got the fine motor coordination from me.

  120. Jen says:

    Love the monster hand warmers

  121. K-Dee in TX says:

    Love the airplane!

  122. Connie J says:

    Monster hand warmers look fun!
    Connie in CO

  123. Lindsay in Iowa says:

    Ooh I have some t shirts I’ve been saving to turn into throw pillows. I’ll definitely have to check that tutorial out!

  124. Kari in WA says:

    Great ideas! I love the monster hand warmers!

  125. Stacy in WI says:

    I cannot get over how great those monster hand warmers are!

  126. kathryn says:

    That gingerbread recipe is just what I need for a cookie decorating party next month.

  127. heidi in WA says:

    These are great! Love the snap blocks.

  128. Amy in IL says:

    Those snap blocks look fun. My boy would love almost all of them.

  129. Lenna in NC says:

    Awesome ideas!

  130. Lenna in NC says:

    Love the fabulous ideas!!!

  131. Judy in OR says:

    Great ideas! I have always had a hard time with making gifts for boys.

  132. Joolz says:

    Im expecting with our first boy, and it is hard to find great stuff to make for boys!

  133. Mama Lusco says:

    Fun ideas. Thank you.

  134. Bethany in WA says:

    Those hand warmers are cute!

  135. Audrey in PA says:

    The handwarmers are adorable!

  136. monica in tx says:

    Love the fake fur! Time to give that fabric a try.

  137. monica in tx says:

    Love the fake fur on the monsters! I’ve never sewn with it and now want to give it a whirl!

  138. Julie says:

    would love to win the gift certificate!

  139. Jaya says:

    the applique patterns are pretty great, to give a handmade touch to RTW garments. thanks for the links!

  140. Courtney says:

    I think I’m going to make the monster warmers
    Yea for boy stuff!

  141. Wendy in VA says:

    great ideas!

  142. Anita says:

    The handwaers are cute.

  143. Joanna NY says:

    Love the T-shirt pillow! I have a couple of t-shirts that I don’t wear anymore and will definitely turn them into pillows! Thank!

  144. Amanda says:

    I’ve been looking for a teen boy project! I didn’t even think of a sarcastic tee pillow! Fantastic, thanks!!

  145. Judi in VA says:

    The blocks and the cape are great!

  146. Sue D in MI says:

    Love that you created for boys today. They deserve fun things as much as the girls!

  147. Linda Fleming in CA says:

    Wonderful ideas for the little men in our lives.
    Love the Super-Hero Cape!

  148. Franny in PA says:

    These projects look great!

  149. Emily in NY says:

    Love the appliques!

  150. Diane in NM says:

    I love the monster hand warmers and monster twins and I’m always a sucker for gingerbread cookies. Thanks!

  151. Terri says:

    my boys and their friends would love these!!!! : )

  152. Sarah in OH says:

    These are all such cute ideas, thanks!

  153. anna dorothy says:

    I have two boys too…it is hard to find things to make them. Thanks for all the ideas

  154. Kathy says:

    I really like the t shirt pillow idea. So cute!

  155. Megan in GA says:

    Those snap blocks are so cool!

  156. Wendy in OH says:

    Love the snap blocks!

  157. Claire in CA says:

    Ahah, the pillow is so funny. And such a great and easy project :)

  158. Jane in PA says:

    such cute gift ideas!

  159. Kylie C in OR says:

    The snap blocks are super cool- I have a nephew who will love them.

  160. Linda Fleming says:

    Wonderful ideas for the little men in our lives! Love the super-hero cape.

  161. Christina in FL says:

    I love a good tee project!!

  162. Annie in CA says:

    Those gingerbread men look delicious!

  163. Jansie says:

    I don’t have any boys, but those Monster hand warmers are adorable and my daughter would love them too! Very cool. :)

  164. Lynn H says:

    Cute stuff!

  165. Karyn B from CT says:

    The airplane appliqué is great. Can’t wait to try it!

  166. Barbara in UT says:

    Such cut things. Going to love making these for my little boy.

  167. Heidi says:

    Love the pillow idea!

  168. Patricia in PA says:

    So cute, all of them!!! Also good for girls!!!

  169. Allison in MA says:

    Like the paper airplane!

  170. Julia Dale says:

    November is my favorite month because of Handmade Holidays here! Awesome….You continue to deliver delightful ideas every day!

  171. Delia from VA says:

    Those snap blocks look cool!

  172. Ramona M. from MI says:

    I love the monster hand warmers and the snap blocks are awesome.

  173. DeborahGun says:

    THanks for the great ideas – love them! (International reader!)

  174. Laurie in MA says:

    These are great gifts for any kid.

  175. Mary H in CO says:

    Wooden snap blocks – SO fun!

  176. Ramona M. from MI says:

    I love the handwarmers and the cool snap blocks. Can’t wait to try the gingerbread cookie recipe.

  177. Molly in OR says:

    The monster hand warmers YES! We walk to school everyday and those would be perfect! The Tshirt pillows are a great idea too.

  178. Joanne says:

    Love the shirt appliqués

  179. Mandi in CO says:

    That t-shirt pillow is great!

  180. Lauren in MI says:

    Great stuff. Thanks

  181. Laura in MD says:

    Oh my goodness, those monster hand warmers are so cute!

  182. Kati in FL says:

    I like the monster twins idea. I think it would be fun to create the base and let the kids design the rest.

  183. Lucy in TX says:

    Those monster hand warmers are seriously cute!

  184. Karen A says:

    The Monster Twin pillows are cute

  185. Kim in MS says:

    I love these ideas! My nephews will love the monster handwarmers!

  186. Erin M says:

    I love these! Good ideas for my nephew, probably will wait for his birthday but I love these.

  187. janet in nj says:

    Awesome. there are never enough things for little boys. Thank you for the great ideas

  188. Ellen from OH says:

    Those monster hand warmers are hysterical!! They’d be a great gift for any kid. Thanks for the inspiration!

  189. Lots of fun stuff here!

  190. Heather in KS says:

    My son would love the monster hand warmers! Its a must make!

  191. D says:

    Will definitely be making some applique gifts for my great nephews!!

  192. Tamie says:

    I have a little godson that would love these items.

  193. I think all my nephews need Monster Hand Warmers!

  194. Kristie says:

    I am definitely using the paper airplane applique. I love it. The snap blocks are pretty awesome too. Great ideas today. Thanks!

  195. Jennifer in NY says:

    I have two little guys and I like these ideas! Would love to try the snap blocks.

  196. Lee says:

    I love the snap blocks and the dominos fun play! thanks! lee MI

  197. Kat in CA says:

    I love the T-shirt pillow idea. My husband has some great shirts that are wearing out, and now we can keep them around for a bit longer.

  198. kim t. in WA says:

    wow, the snap blocks are a neat idea!

  199. Bonnie says:

    So many great ideas, so little time!

  200. Amber in ny says:

    Love all these ideas. I have some great old t-shirts which no longer should be worn out in public but I can’t part with them. They will make great pillows.

  201. Becky in FL says:

    I do find that girls are easier to make/buy for no matter what the occasion, so thank YOU for these great ideas. The superhero cape is a win-win for everyone.

  202. Amber K. In UT says:

    I am always looking for good sewing ideas for my son and nephews. These look great!

  203. Pamela (OR) says:

    My grandsons are totally into being super heroes! I think I’ll have to make them some capes, and maybe a fun pillow, too!

  204. Audrey says:

    So many fun ideas! The question is…which one to use first?

  205. Katie in IL says:

    Great projects!

  206. Maddy in TX says:

    Maybe since I can’t seem to get around to making my tshirt quilt, I’ll do a tshirt pillow or two instead! Great ideas!

  207. Jessie from NM says:

    Oh, things to pin for the boy. And I wouldn’t mind winning that gift card, either. Could get into some trouble with that, mostly because I would so go over the limit.

  208. Libby says:

    My granddaughter needs a cape – she calls herself Super Diane!

  209. Rebecca says:

    I really like those monster twins.

  210. Miet says:

    Love the snap blocks!

  211. Carmen in WI says:

    I love the dominoes and snap blocks ideas!

  212. Meg in OR says:

    Love the monster hand warmers!

  213. Alida in VA says:

    Great ideas! Thanks for sharing!

  214. Alyssa S says:

    Thank you for the boy gift ideas-my 6yr old will be so happy!
    The giveaways are great too! (In MN)

  215. MandiC says:

    These are fantastic ideas!

  216. Serena in CA says:

    The snap blocks look like fun!

  217. KARI E WI says:

    Cool stuff again today!

  218. Betsy says:

    Really enjoying the handmade holidays again this year! Thanks for doing this each year!

  219. kbo says:

    All of these ideas are way cool for boys. I make a quilt for a Christmas child and now I will add a superhero cape and bands to the package.

  220. Briana says:

    love the chuck Norris pillow

  221. SamanthaM says:

    Great ideas! Thank you!

  222. Mary Ann in SC says:

    These ideas are so cute for my little boy. Now I just need an idea for my teenage nephews!

  223. Sam in VA says:

    Simply adorable. Great ideas for gifts!

  224. Caitlyn in FL says:

    Adorable! If only I had a little boy to make them for…

  225. Christine in oh says:

    Interesting ideas …..

  226. Jodie in OR says:

    Wow those snap blocks are cool! I feel like I played with something very similar as a kid. :)

  227. Allison in TN says:

    The snap blocks are a great idea!

  228. Jolien says:

    Loving the applique patterns, thanks! :)

  229. Jennifer - Florida says:

    Such cute ideas! I really want to try making a sleeping bag this year, but have to hunt down a long zipper. Maybe a little monster on it?!

  230. Margaret in MA says:

    I love the free templates for the appliques on armommy. What a great site.

  231. Kristin says:

    Those are some cute ideas for little boys!

  232. Ali in WA says:

    Thank you for the giveaway! Luckily I already have my boy child gift in progress, not having kids means thats more stressful than it should be!

  233. jessicac says:

    Love the cape and great idea for the tshirt pillows!

  234. fenna says:

    the snap blocks look like a lot of fun! What a great idea !

  235. Cari in CO says:

    Fun projects!

  236. Cherri says:

    These are all great. I have a little guy that would love me to make them.

  237. Sandy in Ohio says:

    Every boy needs a superhero cape!

  238. Robin E. in AZ says:

    What cute ideas today!

  239. Jim in NC says:

    Great ideas for gifts.

  240. Jennifer N. in CA says:

    Loving the snap blocks. I’d never seen anything like that before. Thanks for sharing.

  241. L in NJ says:

    Love the snap blocks idea

  242. Tammy in MI says:

    Love the block idea! So fun!

  243. Emilyplays in WA says:

    Oh the little superhero is beyond adorable! Such fun!

  244. Tabitha Klucking says:

    Those hand warmers are cute for boys AND girls!

  245. Loree says:

    Boys are great to sew for, too! Especially durrable costumes ready for adventure!!

  246. Annette says:

    These are some really great projects!

  247. Mary in MN says:

    The snap blocks look cool. New twist on building blocks and towers.

  248. Melanie in WA says:

    Love the ideas…the monster handwarmers are a great idea. Now I need some gingerbread cookies too :)

  249. KeriCan in CA says:

    The appliques are so cute and versatile!

  250. Melanie in AZ says:

    I love the hand warmers – cute and handy. I have made a lot of fleece monster softies for my kids, and they are easy and fun to make. Happy sewing everyone!

  251. Terry in IL says:

    As an Oma to grandsons, ages 1 and 3, this is the perfect list … thanks!

  252. Bobby says:

    Always on the look out for a new gingerbread recipe I like. Can’t seem to find one I like the best other than the ones you buy from Harmons. :0)

  253. consuelo says:

    Love the cape and the snap blocks!

  254. Diane in AZ says:

    I have lots of boys on my Christmas list – these all look good.

  255. Jenny in CA says:

    More great ideas! Thanks so much :)

  256. The fun continues!

  257. barb price in canada says:

    such great fun!! thanks

  258. Suze in CO says:

    Monster hand warmers!!! So cute!

  259. DebbieKL says:

    That monster pillow gave me some ideas. Thanks!

  260. Monster hand warmers! Those would be fun to make.

  261. Anya says:

    The monster hand warmers are too cute!

  262. Whitney says:

    I love those monster twins and the hand warmers. So cute and fun!

    Whitney
    Illinois

  263. P.S. I’m in Maryland

  264. I’ll definitely be marking some of these ideas for later!

  265. Melissa says:

    Those blocks are awesome!

  266. Greeblygreebly in WA state says:

    The snap blocks are such a cool idea, I’ve never seen those before.

  267. VickiT says:

    Those snap blocks are really a great idea.

    I’m from the US – IL

  268. Carola says:

    neat ideas for boy gifts! I have two nephews and am looking forward to trying some out.

    Carola, ND

  269. Gill says:

    I love the monster hand warmers!
    Thanks!

  270. Xenia says:

    T-Shirt Pillowa are a great idea, I should remember it!
    (from a non US person)

  271. Natalie in TX says:

    I love the monster hand warmers! So fun. Looking forward to the gift ideas for men.

  272. Trina in MA says:

    Great projects!

  273. Crystal H. says:

    The Monster hand warmers are so cute – might even make a set for myself!

  274. Andy in NH says:

    I need these great ideas for my twin grandsons!

  275. Cindi in GA says:

    I love the Monster Twins…too cute!

  276. Dani in Wa says:

    EEK forgot so say my state!

  277. Dani says:

    Love both Monster craft ideas. My son would love those!

  278. Sarah in NC says:

    These are really fun! I want those hand warmers!

  279. Mel in NC says:

    Love the superhero capes!

  280. Elizabeth says:

    I like the monster handwarmers!

  281. melissa q. says:

    Thanks for the great idea!

  282. Cheryl says:

    Such cute boy ideas!

  283. This is such a cool series. I’ve been struggling with what to make for my son, but now I have some great ideas, thank you. I can’t wait for the one for men.
    With Love,
    Al @ Shaffer Sisters

  284. Karen in GA says:

    Nice! Love the snap blocks.

  285. Christi in MI says:

    Love the Appliqué Patterns! I will be trying that soon!

  286. Elizabeth says:

    Awesome! I’m always looking for ideas for boys.

  287. Robynn in CA says:

    Wow! I love the snap blocks. Great gift.

  288. Jennifer in Missouri says:

    My boys will love the superhero capes!

  289. Becky says:

    Great gift ideas for boys!! Boys for me are the hardest to make stuff for!! Thanks!

  290. Nupur in GA says:

    The paper airplane applique is so cute! And the T shirt pillow is a great idea to upcycle ratty T shirts that are too precious to part with.

  291. Shannon in WA says:

    Lol! Monster hand warmers are a delight!

  292. Jenn J in OR says:

    Ooh, gingerbread cookies!

  293. SS in NH says:

    I want those monster hand warmers for myself!

  294. Sue from Minnesota says:

    I have two grandsons so thanks so much for these great ideas! And a big thanks for a chance to win!

  295. jenny in IN says:

    fun stuff.

  296. Mary in MN says:

    I have already printed out the dominos game to play the next time my granddaughter comes over!

  297. KristyMN says:

    Very cute ideas!

  298. The wooden snap blocks just got added to my Must Do list – those are perfect for the kids in the family!

  299. Gina S. Ia says:

    Love the monster hand warmers!

  300. Megan in GA says:

    The Wooden Snap Blocks are a great idea!

  301. Laura says:

    Boys also need sling shots, folded paper plane instructions, heart shaped cookies. Mud pie recipes Love boys- Laura Ca

  302. Flcsha says:

    WE all need ideas for boys in our lives. Thanks for all the good ideas!

  303. Beth in MI says:

    Love the tshirt pillow idea!

  304. angelina says:

    great ideas :}

  305. Kristin in CA says:

    I’m having so much fun clicking through these links every day!

  306. Jenn in GA says:

    Gotta love superheros!

  307. R says:

    Always nice to see some stuff for the boys!
    CO, USA

  308. angelina says:

    great ideas

  309. Emily says:

    Monster handwarmers! Amazing! You’ve summed up my boy perfectly with this collection. Thanks for the inspiration!

  310. Charissa in WA says:

    Love all these gift ideas!

  311. Kate in MO says:

    Love these gift ideas for a friend’s son!

  312. Louisa in NY says:

    I spy some ideas for my nephew! Thank you!

  313. Cute projects.

  314. Rebecca in VA says:

    The Chuck Norris pillow is awesome and sounds like it couldn’t be easier to sew…

  315. Carrie in TN says:

    Thanks so much for the boy ideas! My little guy needs those monster hand warmers!

  316. Nicole Martinez from NY says:

    hoping i win something this week!! great giveaways

  317. Kara in OR says:

    You can never have too many capes to wear.

  318. Those monster hand warmers may need to hang out with me this winter. I’ll have to make those for myself.

  319. Sara in NY says:

    Haha! Those monster hand warmers will be perfect for my nephew!

  320. Amber in CA says:

    I love the skirt book! I was just browsing through this and have added it to my wish list!

  321. Shirley says:

    Love it! Looking forward to the mens stuff too! CA

  322. Jen Senor CA says:

    I love today’s ideas. I have a daughter and I often struggle with ideas of things to make for boys! Jen in CA

  323. Jenny says:

    Thanks so much for including my cape tutorial! It’s an honor to be featured. :) Happy holidays! XO

  324. Lindsi says:

    Loving the wooden blocks!

  325. Becky Olson in IL says:

    Love the hand warmers!

  326. Jennifer says:

    The snap blocks are such a great idea!

  327. Charlotte in GA says:

    Those snap blocks are awesome and I love the paper airplane applique! My son would like ALL of these. Thanks for sharing.

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