I make presents and cards and do a lot of baking for gifts too. What homemade suggestions do other mums have for Christmas?

Posted anonymously, 16th November 2018

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  • I always make fudge for my neighbors and work colleagues.

  • Making skin care products or candles

  • I used to make homemade chocolates – but with the changing health laws it’s just too risky!

  • I have made Christmas cakes for close friends and relatives.

  • I make food and slices for family – we don’t really do presents for the grown ups

  • I had an aunt who always bought me chocolates, they were from the $2 shop and really quite horrible. I hated that she wasted her money and one year I made her a batch of shortbread, she was so thrilled that now she makes very yummy biscuits for everyone at Christmas. This year I embroidered a number of tea towels and my aunt & I combined our gifts and tied them up with lovely ribbon that could be kept….they were a hit!

  • I embroider personal items like hand towels.

  • This year my daughters and I made shortbread for presents. Had I thought of it earlier I would have made up some bowls of mixed succulents – Next year I think :)

  • i love making homemade hampers because the christmas hampers at the shop are not that great to be honest

  • I do. This year I bought a cricut. I’ve been making teacher gifts. So much fun. I’ve done personalized diaries and baubles.

  • Thanks for the extra tips mums – I am going to be super busy and happily so in the lead up to Christmas! :)

  • We bake too for gifts but I’ve also started not making but creating boxes for families. So instead of individual gifts we’ve done a Movie box with ice-magic, popping corn, a family DVD. I’ve also make an icecream box with Ice-cream cones, spinkles, topping, sundae cups etc

  • I love making homemade gifts when I have the time. Biscuits and baked goods are always a hit and handmade decorations for the tree are a lovely idea.

  • You can make a hamper with a bottle of wine and chocolates inside

  • Purchase some cheap coffee cups, fill it with brownie in a mug dry ingredients, wrap & done. Reuse your glass jars, fill with chocolate balls, choc covered sultanas, almond etc, pop some eyes, a red nose and pretzel sticks for antlers.
    But due to other family with gut issues, as it’s also part of my business, they get bath bombs, and bubble bars.
    Hubby makes jerky and home brew cider. We’ve also given a whole lot of fresh produce from our overflowing garden in the past. No garden this year unfortunately.

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