Easy-to-make and easy-to-please homemade housewarming presents.
By Lauren KimPublished:
If you are like me, you probably struggle to figure out what to give friends and family for housewarming gifts when they move into the new home. To make gifting housewarming gifts easier, I’ve come up with this list of easy-to-make and easy-to-please homemade housewarming presents.
You can get the ingredients you need for this delicious-smelling soap from Michael’s or your local craft store. It’s a great gift for a new homeowner, as moving into a new place often involves a lot of cleaning to get the new space nice and clean.
Alexis of Jacko’lyn Murphy paired a pretty painted hammer with a bottle of wine for a cute Labor Day hostess gift, but I think this gift would work equally well as a housewarming gift – the hammer will come in handy for hanging pictures, etc., and the wine is great for celebrating one’s new home!
Marty of Marty’s Musings shows how you can gift homemade dry mix for chocolate chip oatmeal cookies in a cutely decorated pint jar. The receiver of this gift will no doubt appreciate this gift – this dry mix is sure to make baking up some delicious homemade cookies a cinch!
New homeowners no doubt will appreciate these cute hand-crafted bird’s nest pushpins as they go about feathering their new nest. Vanessa of Tried and True shows how you can craft these adorable pushpins with materials you can pick up at the craft store.
Heather of Southern State of Mind made a cute housewarming gift by filling a mason jar with Meyer’s All Natural hand soap (that soap smells great!), a dish towel and festive paper napkins. What’s great is that the mason jar doubles as a gift package and as a gift!
Green thumbs will appreciate this gift jar filled with gardening gloves and beautiful paper white bulbs. These flowers can be forced to bloom indoors any time of year, so this housewarming gift is perfect for any season.
Do you have any housewarming gift ideas to add to the list? Comment below!