Handmade Gift Exchange Gift Features Holiday 2013

Want to see some of the Handmade Gifts that were made by YOU for the Holiday 2013 Handmade Gift Exchange? Ya’ll are so thoughtful and talented! Thank you for sharing your creativity with us! Please show these crafters some love! Enjoy! -Linda

Christmas Banner from Tri Gal

Christmas Banner

Polka Dot Garland from Dutch Girl Originals

Polka Dot Garland

Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies from Bumblebree Blog

Hot Chocolate Cookies

Fabric Covered Magnets from Nadia Hassan

Fabric Magnets

Christmas Count Down Blocks from LooDeLoop

Christmas Countdown Calendar

Knitted Circle Scarf from Home Sweet {First} Home

DIY Knitted Circle Scarf

Christmas Note Cards and Desk Calendar from My Life Abundant

Christmas Note Cards & Desk Calendar

Etched Glass Pans from The Real Thing with the Coake Family

Etched Glass Pans

Jingle All The Way Shadow Box from Pennants and Pinwheels

Jingle All The Way Shadowbox

Vintage Apron from Sew Easy Being Green

Vintage Apron

Ornament Frame from Like a Saturday

Easy Ornament Frame

Hand Painted Packers Sign from Cookies and Crafts

Green Bay Packer Sign

Christmas Coasters from Sweet Whimsy Handmade

Christmas Coasters

Statement Necklace from Grass Green Design

Statement Necklace

Burlap Wreath from Create Cook Teach

Burlap Wreath

Reusable Bowl Covers from Namesake Design

Bowl Covers

Quilted Table Topper from The Paper Gal

Table Topper


If you participated in the Holiday 2013 Handmade Gift Exchange, please show off the gift you made and/or the gift you received here! We’d love to see!

Want to join the next Handmade Gift Exchange? The next one starts June 1, 2014. You can sign up for an email reminder here

I invite you to follow along on Pinterest for creative inspiration from around the web and on Facebook for crafting support! 

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    The reusable bowl covers look super cute, loving the fabric! Such a great idea to have a handmade gift exchange, Linda!