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12 DIY Christmas Gift Ideas for Your Coworkers

Maybe Grinch wouldn’t be Grinch if someone got him a gift?

It’s Christmas time and we’re all starting to feel festive. Well, at least the most of us. Some offices practice having a secret Santa every year, which is a great, heartwarming way to make your coworker’s day. Even if you don’t have a secret Santa, it’s possible that you want to give some coworkers a small gift for Christmas. The problem is that you don’t know what. Don’t worry though, because we list you 12 awesome DIY Christmas gift ideas for the people in the office you care about.

1. DIY bath bombs

Let’s be honest, who doesn’t enjoy a nice, relaxing bath; especially with a fancy bath bomb? If you’ve done it on your own, it just means you’ve put more effort into a gift. A bath bomb that you have done on your own will definitely be a pleasant surprise for your coworker.

2. Spiced Orange Vodka

To get your coworkers extra-jolly this year, make this spiced orange vodka for Christmas gift. It is easy to make, and it’s tasty. You will probably be the big cheese in the office, once everyone sees that you are an expert when it comes to making your own liqueur.

3. Christmas Candy Bar Wrappers

Bar of chocolate is always a safe idea for a gift because who doesn’t enjoy chocolate? However, giving someone a bar of chocolate may seem like a dull idea. To spice things up, you can make some effort to make your own Christmas wrapping. It is easy, but it goes a long way.

4. Christmas socks cupcake

The older I get, the more excited I am when someone gives me socks. I guess it is an “adult” thing. Everyone wants to keep their feet warm, so this is why you can never go wrong with a pair of socks. If you put them into a cute, little cupcake, what beats that?

5. Hot Drink Sampler Mug

When wintertime comes, people enjoy keeping themselves warm with a nice cup of warm drink. Regardless if it’s some hot chocolate, warm cup of coffee, or a cup of good, old tea. Grap a mug and fill it with warm drink goodies, and finish it off with a nice bow or wrapping, just to make it more festive.

6. Hot chocolate Rudolph

Talking about hot drinks, imagine if you are making hot chocolate out of this cute reindeer. It is easy to make and it looks adorable. It’s fascinating how can something so effortless look so great, it’s an ideal gift for any coworker.



7. Christmas t(r)ea

This little tree made out of tea bags is an adorable gift for every tea lover. It can be colorful, it can be one color, you can get really creative here. You can even sprinkle it with some glitter if you want it to be extra festive. Your tea loving coworker will surely love the gift.

8. Nail-themed gifts with cards

For all those coworkers that like to be fancy, you can surprise them with gifts that can be used for mani-pedies. With all the tags you can get really creative with, your gifts will be a real hit!

9. Reinbeer

This is an ideal gift for every beer lover. The only thing better than a beer is a Christmas beer. And all you need is some googly eyes, pipe cleaners and something red for the nose- and there you go, all the Santa’s reinbeers in one place.

10. Heating pad

Another nifty gift for the cold winter days is a heating pad that you made yourself. This is easy to do, looks great, it is efficient and it’s a universal gift. You can give it to literally anyone. No one wants to be cold, which is why everyone appreciates heating pads.

11. Homemade Hand Soaps

There’s something about soaps that makes them really fancy. When they are homemade, it only makes them more precious. They look beautiful, smell divine and you can always put them to a good use. Your coworkers would love it.

12. Christmas Homemade Clear Slime Recipe

Every single one of us has a 12-year-old kid inside of us. This is why we all love playing with things like these. They relieve us from stress, they are fun and silly. Great thing is that you can make it the way you want it.

And these were 12 nifty DIY Christmas gift ideas for your coworkers. We hope you found something for yourself.