Craft Kits make Great Gifts for the Creatives on your Christmas List
Can you even believe it’s time to seriously start Christmas shopping?! I mean, Black Friday is in one week for pete’s sake!
I used to be one of those who would have the majority of their Christmas shopping done by now…sadly it seems I’ve fallen off of that wagon and have now joined the ranks of the “yikes…what should I get (fill in the blank) for Christmas?”
I do like the idea of ‘experiences’ for Christmas gifts. This year my sister-in-law and her family are taking an incredible trip to Antarctica for Christmas! But, if you are looking for ‘experiences’ on a smaller budget, there are so many great kits that offer the experience of knitting, or the experience of growing a bonsai tree, or the experience of making jewelry.
To that end, I’ve gathered a variety of craft kits that might appeal to that creative person on your list who has everything, but…still would like to learn to embroider.
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If you or someone you know might enjoy this art, this kit sounds like it’d be the perfect place to start.
I hope these craft kits have provided a few good gift ideas for you. If you want to return to this page when you are putting your gift list together bookmark this page or pin it for your future reference.
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