Wednesday, November 17, 2010

quick and easy homemade presents for toddlers

Do you want to treat some of your toddler's friends to a little Christmas gift but can't afford to buy a gift for every child in your Mother's Group? Here are some beautiful little gifts you can whip up in less than an hour.















Any other ideas to add? Would love to hear them!

xo

8 comments:

Erin said...

Thanks for creating a post with all of these easy crafty ideas in one! I jut know my kids will enjoy receiving a few of these as holiday surprises :)

Laurie Anne said...

Playdough was and always will be one of my favourite things...I especially love edible playdough...YUM! :)
The collector bag is perfect! Love it!

Wendy said...

A crayon roll is my go-to gift for kids...never had a complaint!

Andréann said...

I'm going to make some more fruit/veggie for her play kitchen, in felt. And a copy of my camera in felt as well. I'm also doing a fabric portable dollhouse

arwen_tiw said...

I've been turning out a lot of these recently, minus the lantern. Easy peasy lovely little knitted gnomes. :) http://thelothians.blogspot.com/2010/11/little-lantern-child.html

Tricia said...

The home made play dough is a great idea. i had a friend give my daughter some for her birthday in a recycled ice cream container. I thought it was a perfect present.

I also like making tossing bean bags. They are so qick and easy. And if they are 3 or over simple marble bags are good too.

Stephanie G. said...

Ditto on the bean bags. I just finished a set for a birthday acutally. I made six bean bags and a drawstring pouch to put them in. I found a list of beanbag games, printed them out on cardstock, and included them with the beanbags. The whole thing took me two hours and that was with interruptions!!

Stephanie :)
www.simplicitymom.blogspot.com

ecoMILF said...

Wow thanks for sharing all those ideas everyone. They look fab!! xx m.

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