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Presents made with love (and your own hands) are the best kind.
DIY projects are not only a good way to save some money on buying presents, but they are also a great way to show your love for your friends and family by putting in some time and effort on something handmade. Here’s some easy and cost-effective DIY ideas:
Layer the ingredients in a mason jar. Tie with ribbon and download a printable tag with instructions.
Mix all ingredients in a jar, stick on a tag, and your spa in a jar is ready! Remember to write on the tag that you can use the sugar scrub 1-2 times a week in the shower to exfoliate away dead skin cells and make skin soft and glowing this winter.
Chai Vodka: Combine vodka, cinnamon sticks, candied ginger, black peppercorns, cloves and cardamom pods. Let stand at least 3 days, strain and pour into bottles.
Spicy Citrus Vodka: Combine vodka with grapefruit zest and dried chillies. Cover and let stand for 2 days. Strain and pour into bottles.
Keeps for 2 months.
This project only requires just a few individually wrapped tea bags. The more attractive the wrapping is on the tea bags, the better. Make sure to include at least a few green tea bags into the mix to highlight the tree theme.
You will also need:
Instructions: Place a thin line of hot glue along the upper edge of the back of a tea bag, then attach it to the cone, starting at the base of the cone. Using hot glue, attach the star to the top of the tree and paper box to the base of the cone.
Whisk all dry ingredients in a bowl. Add the melted coconut oil and molasses and mix well. If the mixture is too dry, add a drop of water.
Pack the mixture into your gingerbread men mould. Let dry for 24 hours. Take out and store in a dry place. Use 1-2 gingerbreads per festive bath.