Spreading Love: 5 DIY Holiday Gift Ideas

Instead of spending a lot of money at the mall this holiday season, why not spread the light and make your own gifts? Making your own gifts is not only a chance to get creative (perfect to awaken your sacral chakra), but it’s also a way to really put love into your gifts.

Here are some ideas for amazing DIY holiday gifts:

1. Gingerbread Sugar Scrub

With simple ingredients from your kitchen cabinet, you could make this delicious Gingerbread Sugar Scrub. Click here for the recipe.

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2. Instagram Coasters

Turn your Instagram memories into beautiful coasters for your home! Find out how here.

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3. Hot Chocolate & Baileys

Wow. This looks delicious! All it takes is some hot chocolate mix, chocolate, a nice mason jar, and some Baileys on the side. Click here to the instructions.

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4. Lavender Lemon DIY Soap

I think my two favorite scents in this world are lavender and lemon, so you can imagine how excited I was to find this recipe online. Making soap may seem difficult, but it’s not too bad!

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5. Geode or Pyrite Rings

This year, I have been really getting into crystals and using them in my own healing. When giving someone a crystal gift, try to research what the stone represents and how it can be used in chakra or energy healing. Then you can make it into one of these awesome rings.

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What beautiful DIY holiday gift ideas do you have?

Share them in the comments below or Tweet Us UP on Twitter @_foundmylight_

Main picture @Cupcake Kelly

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About the Author

10616291_10101986282186484_8235200608896607905_nSuki Eleuterio is a blogger, spiritualist, yoga enthusiast and poet living in South Florida. She is the founder of Found My Light, and the creative mind behind Sookton’s Space. She enjoys writing and discussing spirituality, holistic health, and vegetarianism. Growing up in Kenya with parents from different religious and cultural backgrounds, Suki has spent time finding her own path. You can follow her musings on Twitter and Instagram.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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