4 DIY Gifts to Make with Your Kids

4 DIY Gifts to Make with Your Kids

Liz Stanley
Jan 6, 2012

Last minute gifts can be less stressful when you get your kids involved in the crafting process! Plus, anything made by a kid is tres adorable. We've collected four favorite DIY gifts that your mini assistant could help with.

1. First Words Book on Say Yes to Hoboken blog: Older kids can help pick out a few objects around the house to photograph and upload into a book for a baby or toddler gift.

2. Photo Snow Globes on Design Mom: Making your own snow globes gets even more fun when they're full of family photos. Kids will love helping pick out photos and creating a snowy scene inside.

3. Clay Ribbon Necklace on Momtastic: Clay is a wonderful way to entertain little ones and create a pretty accessory for Grandma in the process. Plus, pinching and poking is great exercise for their fine motor skills.

4. Painted Block Puzzle on Say Yes to Hoboken: Coming up with their own painted designs on blocks is a great activity for school aged kids and produces a fun gift to give a toddler.

(Images: 1. Say Yes to Hoboken 2. Design Mom 3. Momtastic 3. Say Yes to Hoboken)

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