Tis the season for parties and merry cheer! When you’re headed out the door to our church Christmas party, the corporate gathering at your bosses house or annual Christmas party at your mother – in – laws house, don’t show up empty handed!
For just a few dollars, or from the items you’ve got laying around your house you can create a host gift as a small way to say “thank you”.
Found On The Idea Room | Like personalized gifts? Make these adorable hand stamped wooden utensils for the host! They could be inscribed with special words, names, or initials!
Found on mylifeandkids.com | Tie on some festive ribbon to a stick to create a little ornament to keepsake the holidays. Add this to a simple card thanking the host for the incredible and festive evening. Easy!
Found on buzzfeed.com | Headed to a party at your BBFs house? Sew up some mittens for her and a pair for you! Double the goods.
Found on Happy Go Lucky | Got 15 minutes? Then you can put together these cute little holiday succulents for the host.
Found on livingwellspendingless.com | Sharpie mugs are all over Pinterest, but do they really work? This awesome step-by-step tutorial not only shows you how to make them, but proves exactly which markers won’t wash off! Such a fun & easy project and an awesome DIY gift idea!
Found on thehappyhousie.com | Everyone has twigs in their yard, and twigs are free. Glue them onto a simple plywood letter you grab at your local craft store. Rustic and stylish.
Found on etsy.com | Using a sliver of a tree trunk, paint on a sweet saying or monogram.
Pin it now for your next party, skip the stressing on what to get the host later!