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on November 5, 2013by Jami Balmet5 comments

I love making things homemade. There is just something about taking the time to think of the perfect present for your friends and family and then putting it together with your own hands!

The beauty of our online world now is that you can make amazing gift baskets that are perfect for the homemakers in your life with a few simple items and an eBook!

Homemade gift basics can be one of the most thoughtful and fun presents to give! Here are a few steps to get you started.

1) Head to your local thrift storeand look for cute baskets and boxes that you can put your presents into. Get things fun and creative. For example, find a vintage watering can to put the gift basket items for a gardening basket.

2) Put some thought into itand really select a gift basket that is perfect for the person you are making it for. My sister loves baking and is always trying to figure out how to make healthier treats, so a baking and tea gift basket is perfect for her!

3) Make it personal!Make sure to include a hand written note telling that person who much they mean to you! Pick out the perfect tea pot with their favorite color. Print out the pregnancy journal and make a personalized binder to put it in.

4) Dont break the bank.Something wonderful about making homemade gifts is that you can often make meaningful and fun gifts that are not very expensive! Get creative with how you give the present and remember you dont have to spend a lot of money to tell that person you care.

1) A basket of homemade cookies and a copy ofNourishing Cookies ~ For a Healthy Holiday.

2) A beautiful tea pot, some great tea (my tea place isBulk Herb Store), and a copy of the amazing book Steeped ~ Simple Nourishing Teas and Treats.

3)  A calculator and a small notebook, wrapped up nice and cute with a copy ofReal Food on a Real Budget.

4) A copy ofReal Food for the Real Homemakerwhich comes complete withbeautiful recipe cards for all 75+ recipes, meal planning and shopping lists, and the kindle file!This is the ultimate tool for learning how to create a healthy kitchen.

5) A few common essential oils (such as the lavender, lemon, and peppermintintro pack from DoTerra) and a copy of the fantastic book:Essential Chefs ~ A Beginners Guide to Using Essential Oils in Your Kitchen.

6) A small bag of dried beans, steel cut oats, and whole wheat flour packaged with a copy ofA Practical Guide to Real Food for Women.

7) A four-month membership toPlan To Eat(an online menu planner that uses your recipes to make a shopping list) and a three-month membership to List Planit (both of these are FREE with the bundle)!!

8) A baby name book, some chocolate (or pickles and ice cream if that is what she is craving), and a copy of the beautifully designed My Pregnancy Journal.

9) A motion sickness salve which I suspect will work wonders for morning sickness with a copy ofSalve Made Simple.

10) A cute hospital gown and a copy of themassive resource:Natural Birth Stories~ The Real Moms Guide to an Empowering Natural Birth. (This book has been such a blessing to me)

11) A cloth diaper (my favorite store isSweet Little Blessings), some wipes, and a copy ofConfessions of a Cloth Diaper Convert.

12) A cute bib, some baby spoons, and a copy ofWarning: I Throw Food ~ A Comprehensive Guide to Natural, Homemade Baby Food!

13) For the fussy baby (and tired Mama): some magnesium lotion and a copy of Creative Ways to Calm Your Baby.

14) A potty seat, some big kid underwear and a copy ofEarly Potty Teaching. This might seem like an odd Christmas presentbut the mom will thank you for this one!!

15) A batch ofhomemade lotion barswrapped up all cute and a copy ofWellness Mamas Natural Beauty Guide.

16) A natural beauty gift basket complete with homemade shampoo, conditioner, face wash, and liquid hand soap with a copy ofHomemade Health & Beauty: 21 Simple Do-It-Yourself Recipes for Products You Use Everyday.

17) A welcome new baby gift basket complete with homemade natural diaper cream, baby oil, baby powder, and baby wipes and a copy ofWellness Mamas Natural Beauty Guide.

18) A stick of homemade deodorant, homemade toothpaste and a copy ofMy Buttered Life ~ Personal Care.

19) A pair of super cute sneakers and a copy of the amazing book 42 Days to Fit (Im just starting this exercise program and Im so excited)!

20)  A cute new water bottle and a two month membership toFit2Be Studios(FREE with the bundle)

21) A few planting boxes, some seeds and a copy ofApartment Gardening ~ A Practical Guide to Growing Vegetables in Small Spaces.

22) A set of baby herbs or herb seeds, a few planters, and a copy ofGrowing and Using Culinary Herbs.

23) Gardening tools and the video series Making Herbs Simple Volume 1 (FREE with the bundle)!

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Jami is passionate about Biblical Homemaking and striving to be a woman of God. Jami and her loving husband Jason, have two sets of twin boys and a baby girl on the way. She knows what its like to be burnt-out, overwhelmed, stressed and in the trenches of homemaking and motherhood. As a result, she seeks to point herself, her family, and her blog back to Christ all while finding joy, peace, and purpose in within her home for Gods Glory. She blogs about this passion atYoung Wifes Guideand through her FREE eCourse:Finding Joy in Your Home- Essential Habits for Christian Homemakers.

Wow Jami! I love all of your ideas! I want to make a bunch of gift baskets now!! 🙂

I must say, I am impressed with this post! These are wonderful ideas, and Ive decided to make gift baskets for everyone for Christmas! How fun and special!

This is awesome! Thanks for including our book! 🙂

At the beginning of the post it says not to break the bank but there are some expensive items in some of these baskets. Sneakers? Thats about $50 right there. There are some pretty good ideas though but something like sneakers isnt exactly realistic for people on budgets which is who I believe third post was aimed toward.

As a stay at home mom, I can say that I wouldnt be very into the gift suggestions you provided for the homemaker. There is usually a lot more to people than their current employment status and I think it might not be a good idea to lump all sahms into a category. I do see some great suggestions and am happy to see someone lean toward natural ideas in a post 🙂 I think all of Ina May Gaskins books would ne a great additions to your list for expecting mothers (as long as they are baby shower gifts andnot Xmas gifts!) and a good breastfeeding book.oh well a homemade ring sling would be a lovely gift. Anyway, thanks for the ideas!

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Keep your coffee-obsessed friends stocked with a tray full of caffeinated must-haves. A French press, grinder, flavored sweeteners and gourmet grounds are the perfect morning kickstart.

Go the extra mile and include a glass jar packed with breath mints. Stick with a variety of flavors to appeal to any palate.

For that friend who loves to entertain, give them a gift thats all about serving in style. Combine cocktail essentials with a bottle of bubbly and an ice bucket, then present it all on a statement-making serving tray.

When creating your mixologists package, create a look thats all about the mix. Layer different metallic finishes so they can easily blend their newly gifted elements in with those which they already own.

Keep all of your serving essentials unboxed and unbagged, yet make them festive with a simple, oversized ribbon placed on top.

Looking for a gift to fit just about anyone? Stick with hot cocoa and smores ingredients presented in a classic, wooden carrier complete with seasonal candles.

As you add ingredients to each Mason jar, allow for some breathing room by keeping each jar approximately 2/3 full, depending on the necessary measurements for each ingredient.

Personalize your gift with handwritten tags attached to the Mason jars with chalkboard lids. Create chalkboard lids yourself by adding two coats of chalkboard paint to the center of the lid using a detail brush. Allow a full days drying time before adding words with chalk.

This workspace essentials package is perfect for your work BFF whos dedicated to their desktop. Fill a serving tray with a small succulent, zen accessories, and coffee and tea supplies.

Everyone needs a middle-of-the-day sugar boost! Fill a glass canister with colorful candy, and dont forget to include a stylish scoop.

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Make trips to the dog park more fun with a doggie essentials gift package. Fill a dog bowl with classic toys, treats and a portable food and water bottle for Fido that can stay in the car.

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When choosing doggie bowls for your pet package, stick with metal or plastic options to ensure no chips, cracks or breaks after active trips to the dog park.

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While squeaky toys can be specific to breeds and ages, tennis balls appeal to all dogs. Available in different colors, choose hues which work well with the packages color scheme.

This tray is perfect for any tea lover. Start with a nice tray and fill with favorite tea flavors. A classic ceramic tea set is a beautiful addition to this gift idea. Dont forget to add honey, sugar and cream along with treats perfect for an afternoon tea. Add a tea towel and a simple holiday gift tag for a decorative touch.

This gift is brimming with an assortment of wine accessories and, of course, a favorite bottle of wine. Add pretty stemware, a wine pourer, wine charms and a unique wine stopper to complete the basket.

What better way to celebrate the holidays than with a mug of steamy hot chocolate? Whether its to warm up after a day of winter activities or to take along as you view the holiday lights, hot chocolate is a holiday must. Mugs, paper to-go cups, yummy varieties of hot chocolate, marshmallows, candy canes and stir sticks are perfect items to include in this gift basket.

Giving a bottle of wine as a gift is a no-fail. Add your own personal touch with a mulled cider seasoning pack and youll have a guaranteed hit.

Help friends avoid any last-minute entertaining fiascoes with a thoughtful dry goods dessert basket. Gather an assortment of finger food-style desserts, then present them in clear bags and glass containers. Should extra guests show up to holiday gatherings, the recipient will have more than enough dessert options to end the night in good spirits.

Baking cookies is always a fun holiday tradition. Make it easy for friends and neighbors by giving them a basket full of everything they need to make cookies at home. Include your favorite cookie dough flavors (no need to share your secret recipe), cookie cutters, holiday sprinkles, a cookie scoop and baking essentials like a cookie sheet, cooling rack, spatula and oven mitt. Place all items in a cute mixing bowl and add a bow.

Create a fun stay-at-home movie night by filling a basket with sweets and snacks to munch on during the flick. A similar idea can be created for a movie night out on the town by filling the basket with gift cards and small, purse-sized snacks.

Breakfast never looked so good. Help family and friends get the holidays and their mornings off to the right start with a pound cake thats fresh out of the oven, a jar full of seasonal preserves and a bag of savory coffee.

Give the gift of fluffy flapjacks by filling a basket with chef-quality ingredients certain to take brunch to the next level. Place the pancake mix along the bottom of the basket, then use condiments, spoons and spatulas to decorate the top.

Gift the cheese connoisseur in your life with a slate or marble cheese board and a collection of nibbles such as meats, cheeses and cheese markers, olives, jams or spreads and fresh rosemary sprigs presented in a vintage, wooden cheese box.

For your mom, or a mom-to-be, put together a pamper kit to help her relax and to show her you care. This is an especially great gift for an expectant mom in her final weeks of pregnancy or first months of motherhood. Fill a basket with a plush towel, waffle-knit slippers, exfoliating soap, shower brush, scented candle, body butters and bath soaks.

Do you have a friend or family member whos addicted to home renovation? Create a do-it-yourselfer gift basket filled with a mix of vintage-inspired tools and gadgets, along with protein- and carb-filled foods to keep them motivated through their next project. For a tough, industrial look, choose baskets made of mesh, chicken wire or galvanized metal.

A kitchen essentials gift basket is a classic choice for homeowners spending their first holiday season in a new home. Make it as practical as it is stylish by outfitting the basket with basics every homeowner is sure to need. In addition to tools and gadgets, mix in a few pantry essentials such as spices or gourmet condiments.

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