Most children are blessed with the ability to enjoy the magic of the holiday season without experiencing much of the stress. About this time of the month, however, my daughter starts to panic and realize that she doesn’t have anything to give her grandma! Or her sister! Or me! We’ll be crafting together for the rest of the week (and then when she is in bed, I’ll finish all my sewing. *yawn*)

If your kids still need to make gifts, try some of these fun projects. We culled them from our Handmade Holidays series. (There are, of course, lots of other ideas for gifts that kids can make to be found throughout the month–these are just a few!) With a little help from you, your children will be able to enjoy the pleasure of giving handmade this season.

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Jen at Tatertots and Jello shares her Burlap Wreath tutorial where she used left over materials to create a new look for her door.
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Here’s a great kid-friendly project that uses old crayon pieces to create some holiday cheer. Donni shows you how to make these Wax Pine Cones one her blog, The Magic Onions.
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Simple and fast to make, these Sachets from Jenny of Elefantz can be filled with a variety of items for a gift you can personalize for each receiver.
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Show off your favorite companion with this Custom Pet Tee from Ellen at The Long Thread.
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The Ribbon Sleeve from Ellen of The Long Thread is a quick and easy gift kids can make to perk up their teacher’s desk or classroom.
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Kids and adults alike will have fun making these Yarn-Wrapped Trees to decorate the house. Alli from One Pearl Button shows you how!
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Winter will be more fun with this cute Snowman Kit from Calli at Make It Do.
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Make a super-simple Pincushion with Jennifer’s help at Just Jingle.
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It’s impossible to resist these darling Snow Globe Soaps from Brenda at Alphamom. You’ll want to make a big batch!
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There’s a trick to this simple Glasses Case from Jessica at Two Shades of Pink (scroll down for Tip #2)!