Dec 20, 2014

More Easy Gifts to Make

I've been busy making gifts for friends and family. Here's what I've done so far.


Pokemon Pillowcase
I whipped up this Pikachu pillowcase for my niece who loves Pokemon. I used the Roll It Up Pattern from All People Quilt.


Button Ponytail Holders
Ponytail holders are a fun stocking stuffer and a great use for scrap fabric. I used some satin and a cotton polka dot (not pictured.)


Christmas Chalkboard Printable

I created my first chalkboard printable for a secret Santa this year. Download it for free.

Lego Soap Pump
No, this is not for my little brother. I made my dad a Lego soap dispenser. I found the idea here.

Pillowcase Apron
I could probably make pillowcase aprons in my sleep. I always use Betz White's tutorial but use quilters binding for the ties.


Santa Candy Jar
I keep seeing these fun candy jars all over Pinterest. I don't drink soda so I had to use a soup can pop top for the belt buckle. Oh well, I think the See's candies inside will make up for it.


Super Girl Capes

Two of my niece's have been through a lot over their young lives. They are truly "super girls." I made them capes with their initials.



I have one more present in the works. I'm making an Anna cape for another niece. She's a big fan of the movie Frozen.

UPDATE: I made the Anna Cape.

I didn't have a pattern so I just made one up. It's two layers and it connects with a pretty gold closure.


 I love the pom pom fringe and the decorative ric rack.


You may have noticed that I used the same pink satin in the super girl capes. I used less that 2 yards for 3 capes.


Good thing I love all my nieces. :)

For More Ideas, Check Out My Post on Last Minute Gifts To Make

Thank you so much for stopping by the Vintage Sheet Blog today. If I don't see you before Wednesday, Merry Christmas!

9 comments:

Andrea@TablerPartyOfTwo said...

This procrastinator appreciates your ideas! Thanks for linking up with Sunday Features!

Darla from HeartWork Organizing said...

love these ideas, especially the capes!

Ashley @ Hello nature said...

Love these ideas! The soap one would be a huge hit with some of my family :)

Christie Selken said...

These are some great last minute gift ideas. Thanks for sharing!

Jenna Brussee said...

Usually DIY gifts take time to make, so I love that these were designed with procrastinators in mind. So quick and easy! Thanks for sharing with Hump Day Happenings.

Barb said...

Thank you for posting to Motivation Monday!

Elizabeth (Rock-A-Bye Parents) said...

What cute ideas! I bet some young boys would wash their hands more if they knew they could get lego pieces when the soap is gone! LOL

Kyla @ HouseOfHipsters said...

The lego soap dispenser is such fun! Thanks for linking up with Found & Foraged! Hope to see you Saturday night.

Dagmar ~ Dagmar's Home said...

Your LEGO soap dispenser turned out great! :)

Dagmar ~ Dagmar's Home