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I’d love to say my Christmas shopping is done, but it’s not.
I love to feel organized and on top of things. Some areas of my life are like that. Christmas shopping … not so much. I’m still shopping for Christmas.
If anyone else still needs a couple – or many – Christmas gift ideas for those on your list who love to garden, cook, bake, bird watch, and such, this list is for YOU.
If you have some ideas that would go perfect with this list, chime in with your comments. Comments make bloggers happy.
So many of these gift ideas are DIY items.
Pallet/Crate Herb Garden (on Pinterest). This would be an incredibly easy gift to make that would be so neat! Make a few modifications to a wooden crate/pallet; slap some cheery yellow paint on it; stencil in herb names (optional); add a few planted herbs (optional); and you’ve handed someone both a garden and a yard beauty.
Tea Kettle Planter (Funky Junk Interiors). When I came across this tea kettle planter, I just HAD to ask if I could use this photo. God has truly gifted Donna with amazing creativity. She hunts for junk, and then turns it into beauty.
Garden-in-a-Jar (my post at Frugal Granola).
Heirloom Seeds. Be sure to visit Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds Co. for your vegetable and flower seed needs. It’s a great family owned business, providing quality heirloom seeds for your gardening needs.
School Teacher Planter (Just Imagine). Look at image 31 of 38 for the planter.
Coffee Cup Planter (Laura Parke /// A Girl Who Makes).
DIY Plant Labels (Five Little Homesteaders).
Light Bulb Mini Terrarium (Instructables). If you like unusual and creative ways to display plants, check this one out.
DIY Planter from Tree Bark (Precious Sister). This is a gorgeous planter centerpiece made from tree bark.
Natural Homestead (The Prairie Homestead) (affiliate link). I’m currently reading this ebook. It’s an awesome book by Jill Winger, full of recipes and ideas for naturally caring for your garden and critters.
Red Wiggler Compost Worms (affiliate link).
Compost Worms Coffee Mug (affiliate link). This is sort of creepy, sort of neat, and sort of comical. I think it’d make a great gift for a gardener or a perfect gag gift.
Mason Jar Bird Seed Care Package (my post on Frugal Granola).
Mini Gourd Tree Ornament (Learning and Yearning). Susan created some adorable Christmas ornaments out of mini gourds and pinecones (see below).
Pinecone Elf Ornament (Learning and Yearning).
Aluminum Can Cutouts Christmas Ornaments (Learning and Yearning).
Scripture Christmas Ornaments (Hill House Homestead). Aren’t these homemade scripture ornaments neat?
Miniature Tea Favors (HGTV). I just love miniature gifts like this. Again, great stocking stuffers!
Winter Chai (Real Food Outlaws).
Sweet Rice Mason Jar (my post at Frugal Granola).
Food for the Soul Mason Jar (my post at Frugal Granola). This is a great way to give an edible gift with spiritual meaning. Each color has a particular meaning in the plan of salvation.
DIY Pumpkin Pie Spice (DIY Natural). I don’t care what time of year it is, pumpkin flavor goodies are always delicious!
Homemade Peppermint Bark (Five Little Homesteaders). Okay. It’s not really a gardening idea, but I just love peppermint bark.
Pioneering Today – A Homemade Christmas (by Melissa K. Norris).
From Scratch Recipes (affiliate link). Here’s a great recipe book (available in many formats) full of from-scratch recipes.
Comical Coffee Mug (affiliate link).
10 DIY Canning Jar Presents (Learning and Yearning).
Tin Can Lanters (I Love That Junk).
Seed Packet Cross Stitch Wall Decor (The Making Spot).
Plant Jewelry (Etsy).
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