Great Christmas Gifts for Less
Next to homemade, finding Christmas gifts that really show you know a person is the next best thing. Whenever I have bought gifts for my family or friends I always prefer a gift that shows I was thinking of them. Something that they will actually cherish. Not just another toy or item that will get put away and forgotten about. And those types of gifts don’t have to cost a ton of money. What’s better than finding the perfect gift? Finding the perfect Christmas gifts for under $20! After all Christmas gift-giving isn’t about how much you spend, it’s about showing the person you really care about them.
For the Homemaker
NEOVIVA Kitchen Apron– I actually have one of these myself and I absolutely love it! Keep from getting stains on your clothes in style. And a great bargain for under twenty dollars.
Recipe Cards – I have always wanted to collect recipes on beautiful antique recipe cards. They’re so much more elegant than printouts in a binder.
Recipe Card Box – What better place to put those awesome recipe cards than in this lovely antique looking recipe box?
Magnolia Table By Joanna Gaines – Joanna Gaines is a wonderful Christian role model for us homemakers? This cookbook is just as awesome as Joanna!
When Less Becomes More By Emily Ley – What a beautiful reminder to any homemaker that seeks a more simplified life can remind you what’s really important.
Canning Tool Set – Every homesteader could use one of these toolsets. I sometimes wish I had two!
21.5 QT Waterbath Canner – Any homesteader would say this is where a canning addiction begins. My mother got me my first as a gift, you would have thought she bought me a car by how excited I was!
Ironclad General Utility Work Gloves – A good set of work gloves are vital for the work around the homestead.
5-Pocket Single Side Tool Pouch / Work Apron – When you don’t have a second pair of hands it’s always helpful to have a place to keep your tools.
Hand Made: The Modern Woman’s Guide to Made-from-Scratch Living– This book is an amazing book for homesteaders who want to learn more about living like the pioneers! Melissa shares some delicious recipes and stories about her family’s life as homesteaders.
Thread Cutter Pendant – This is a clever idea and very inexpensive! Add a pretty chain to it and any seamstress, knitter, or crocheter would be proud to wear it!
The Happy Planner – This could work for any woman really. The Happy Planner was the first planner I bought and I absolutely love them. Prices vary throughout the year, but right now they are on sale!
Crochet Kit – Spring Bean Cowl (Genie) – This is a great crochet kit for beginner crocheters. It comes with all the yarn needed to complete the project. I made this exact pattern as a gift last year and the person I gave it to absolutely loved it! It worked up super fast as well.
Learn to Knit – A great gift for any aspiring knitter. I think I need one of these myself! I have mastered crochet, just not knitting. This kit is made for those with absolutely no knitting knowledge.
Learn to Crochet – And yes there is one for learning to crochet as well. Whoever gets this gift is going to love being able to crochet their own dishcloths!
The Daily Grace Co. Bible Studies – Many of The Daily Grace Co.’s Bible studies are under $20. Which makes them a perfect Christmas gift for any Christian.
Man of God Cross Necklace – A beautiful and simple cross for your favorite Christian guy. Any man would be happy to get this for the holidays.
NLT Inspire Journaling Bible – Journaling Bibles are a great way to study the Word. This beautiful Bible will be treasured for many years.
Be Still Bracelet – A beautiful reminder for any woman. A beautiful gift that is sure to be cherished.
The Character of God Devotional – A great study for children and families to share together to get a better understanding of who our Creator is.
Whatever gifts you choose for your loved ones this Christmas, remember it really is the thought that counts!