Craft Challenge #33 – Handmade Holiday Gifts for Kids

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This month, our challenge was Handmade Holiday Gifts for Kids! It was a chance to get a head start on making an awesome handmade item for a kid in your life! And a kick in the butt to knock one gift off your list! Entries included a crocheted tea set, an embroidered sampler celebrating a child’s birth, and a build-a-sock-monkey!

This month we had a tie!! The winners of this month’s challenge are (in alphabetical order) beckym678 with the “Vegetable Garden Floor Pillow” and kahlan with “Wren’s Name Book

Vegetable Floor Pillow

beckym678 made this pillow for her daughter. All of the fruits and veggies can even be harvested! To read the full post and to see more photos of this project, please follow this link:

Wren's Name Book

kahlan made this name book for her niece. Each letter of her name has a page with a different felt animal! To read the full post and to see more photos of this project, please follow this link:

Both beckym678 AND kahlan each won a gift certificate for $150.00!

“Klutz creates activity books and other great stuff for kids ages 3 to 103. With award-winning and bestselling how-to-books, like Window Art, Paper Fashions Fancy and the Encyclopedia of Immaturity, there’s something for everybody.

Known for high quality and great value, kids love to get their hands on Klutz books and parents love them too. Our books come with everything needed to create the projects inside and we’re sticklers for providing the best kid-tested instructions and supplies that guarantee A+ projects. We love all things kid at Klutz and some of our favorite subjects include art and drawing, crafts, science and building and games and puzzles.

For the younger set, there is Chicken Sox, activity books for kids ages 4 and up. Chicken Sox knows how to keep projects fun, simple (but not too simple) and entertaining for the littlest of hands. Little sprouts can spread their creative wings with books like Make Your Own Paper Flowers, Short Stuffs, Melty Beads and more. See our entire collection of books and supplies at”

In third place, we have atsuko and her baby poppets!

Baby Poppets

To see more photos and project details, visit this link:

Thanks to all of our entrants this month and a very special thank you to Klutz for our fantastic prize!

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One Comment

  1. Kendall says:

    Oooo! I love the felted wren book! And I’m a sucker for little soft things like the poppets!