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Easily Crafted Diy Gifts

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Dear Creatives, I have a few more ideas for hostess gift / gift ideas that are easily adaptable & you could even make them yourself. And soon some lovely things coming around the corner like a giveaway! So stay tuned! But, today first up on the hostess gifts is a flour sack towel.


Erin Roberts-Etsy

These flour sack towels come in so handy when wiping down anything glass as they leave no lint. Perfect for when you are taking out your nice stem wear or glass chargers. You could give this as a hostess gift solo or in a basket with other goodies.





How about these pretty crocheted hand towels for in the kitchen? I am sure if you crochet you could whip some up pretty quickly & if not purchase them on Etsy.



Celebrations At Home

While celebrating together whether it be sparkling apple cider or wine here is another perfect hostess gift. Wrap this one  in linen like above or  you know I love burlap so I had to share this one below!






These are some ideas you can diy or even find for sale on Etsy or a gift shop & adaptable for any of the holidays or seasons! Hey, these might even make great holiday gifts for bosses or friends. Enjoy your mid week Wednesday & I’ll be back tomorrow! If you would like to see more lovely gift ideas visit here.

Do you have a gift idea or product you have made enter it in the link up!

If you are looking for recipes, gifts & more handmade ideas check out yesterdays post if you missed it for Sweet Paul’s E Magazine! It won’t disappoint!

Are you getting ready for Thanksgiving yet?

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  1. Cute gift ideas! I love getting handmade gifts for Christmas. One year my BFF almost didn’t give me a quilt she made for me because she was worried it wasn’t perfect and that I would see the flaws. Needless to say, I still have and love the quilt!

    1. Hi Tonia, I love getting handmade & unique gifts too. Handmade doesn’t have to be perfect to be beautiful! I agree!

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