Homemade Holidays DIY Gift Guide: For Kids (Part 2)

If you missed part 1 of the Homemade Holidays DIY Gift Guide for kids, click here to check it out!

Here are a few more ideas to get your creative juices flowing on those handmade Christmas gifts for the kids:

1.  Cozy Car Caddy: If you’ve got a car-crazed kid in your life, this neat little car caddy is the perfect addition to their hot wheels obsession.

Cozy Car Caddy via homemadebyjill.blogspot.com

2. Toy Soap: What better way to get your kids excited about bath time than a little toy-in-my-soap action? They’ll be eager to lather up, knowing that each trip to the tub gets them closer to the prize inside.

Toy Soap via artsyants.blogspot.com

3. Car Mat Backpack: Here’s another awesome car-related DIY project for your automobile aficionado.

Car Mat Backpack via icanteachmychild.com

4. Doll Suitcase: This is a homemade version of popular “fold & go” playsets, and it’s just too precious. Don’t limit this idea to your standard “girl toy” doll set, you can create pirates, super heroes, explorers or even animals!

Doll Suitcase via hartandsew.blogspot.com

5. On the Go Felt Storyboards: Colorforms for the homemade movement? Yes please!

On the Go Storyboards via thefeltmouse.blogspot.com

6. No Sew Tutu: I made a no sew tutu for my daughter two years ago, and she still puts it on frequently and prances around my living room pretending she’s a ballerina. When we have play dates, it’s a favorite plaything of her friends. Every little girl needs a tutu in her arsenal of dress-up clothes, and this one couldn’t be easier to whip up.

No Sew Tutu Tutorial via skiptomylou.org

7. Children’s Tool Belt: My kids have these. My son uses his to carry his cars, his blocks, his toy drill. My daughter stuffs hers with princesses, jewelry, rocks and plastic animals. They both put them on as aprons when it’s time to bake.

Children's Tool Belt Tutorial via one-hip-mom.blogspot.com

8. Homemade Watercolor Paint Set: This is just super cool.

Watercolors To Go Tutorial via onegoldenapple.blogspot.com

9. Homemade Finger Paints: Here’s another cool tutorial to foster the creative minds of the young! Parents will appreciate this chemical-free recipe for fun.

Homemade Finger Paints via easiepeasie.blogspot.com

10. Hopscotch Mat: This is the ultimate rainy day boredom buster, and any kid would love to be able to whip out one of these for some indoor action when the winter weather starts to induce those cabin fever blues. Bonus: the backside of the hopscotch mat holds a few more fun games!

Hopscotch Mat via kimboscrafts.blogspot.com

What homemade gifts are you making for the little kids in your life this holiday season? Let us know in the comments section below!

Click here for the Homemade Holidays DIY Gift Guide: For Her

Click here for the Homemade Holidays DIY Gift Guide: For Him

Click here for the Homemade Holidays DIY Gift Guide: For Kids (Part 1)

Stay tuned to this blog for upcoming DIY gift guides for pets and edibles!

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