Parents·Posted on Nov 15, 201523 DIY Holiday Gifts Your Family Can Make At HomeQuiet time AND an inexpensive gift that shows you care? Don't mind if I do.by Morgan ShanahanBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Amy Sefton / BuzzFeed 1. Adorable pine cone elves. liagriffith.com You could change up the colors, or add wings to make them fairies! See the tutorial at LiaGriffith.com 2. Glove monsters. craftaholicsanonymous.net You may need to help with a little light sewing. Find the tutorial at Craftaholics Anonymous. 3. Homemade bouncy balls! the36thavenue.com Hours of endless fun, really. See the tutorial at The 36th Avenue. 4. A handprint ornament of Santa's face. fromabcstoacts.com Every one is unique! 5. All kinds of impressive macaroni art. better source DIY Enthusiasts has tutorials ranging in level of difficulty. Check it out! 6. This string art to remind faraway family where their heart is. causeilikefood.blogspot.com Find out how at Sugar Bee Crafts. 7. Bath bombs are easy and always a crowd pleaser. wayfair.co.uk Get the recipe! 8. These colorful finger knit bracelets. vanessachristenson.com Discover how HERE. 9. These DIY apple jars can be filled with candy or gift cards! the36thavenue.com Heck, why not both!? Great for teachers. Find the DIY at The36thAvenue. 10. Mason Jar pencil holders can be put together in a pinch. apumpkinandaprincess.com And they're glittery to boot. Tutorial HERE. 11. These custom book marks are almost too cute to pass up. nearlycrafty.com You'll have to help younger kids through many of the steps, but the end result is adorable. Tutorial HERE. 12. Preserve your little one's precious artwork forever on custom plates like these. thechirpingmoms.com Learn how from The Chirping Moms. 13. These clay DIY bowls can be stunning or playful.... gatheringbeauty.com Use delicate stamps like the example in Gathering Beauty's tutorial, or grab some of your kids favorite stamps and make grandma and grandpa a candy bowl to remember. 14. Make this sweet stovetop potpourri as a family. deliacreates.com Learn how from Delia Creates. (Don't forget to watch your kids around the stove!) 15. Bird seed ornaments are bound to attract new friends. ehow.com Learn how HERE. 16. Lego picture puzzles are great for fidgety fingers. icanteachmychild.com A fun gift for siblings and other kiddos, makes for hours of mixing, matching, photo fun. I Can Teach My Child has an excellent tutorial. 17. There's always room for more mugs. michaels.com This DIY is super easy and quick -- Michael's breaks it down step by step. 18. These watercolor mugs are so easy, it hurts. poppytalk.com All it takes is nail polish and warm water. Find out more at PoppyTalk. 19. Monograms can always be reinvented. workmanfamily.typepad.com See how HERE. 20. ...And make a great gift for families. catchmyparty.com Instructions for these yarn wrapped ombre monograms are on Catch My Party. 21. Hot cocoa mix ornaments will warm their recipient from the inside, out. bubblynaturecreations.com Follow the steps from Bubbly Nature Creations. 22. A glowing winter scene will cozy-fy any mantle. shabbyartboutique.com Make sure to supervise young children, and consider switching your real flame for a battery-operated option. Shabby Art Boutique has a printable all ready to go and can give you the skinny on building your own. 23. And of course, you can always send a hug for free! lifeasmama.com Idea and instructions via Life As Mama.