These earrings appear here in gold, but they can be made in any color of seed bead to create a subtle pair of earrings. Try a pattern of luminescent colors for a sparkling gift.
Seed beads are so wonderful for making earrings because they come in so many colors. They're also easy to work with when you have the right instructions. Give the gift of a pair of earrings that drip and shine with every movement.
63. Sweater Mittens
We've all got some Bill Cosby sweater lying around that no one in the house can bring themselves to actually wear. Turn those unwanted sweaters into mittens that will make a great gift to someone with chilly hands.
Know a little person who just started loosing their teeth? This one is a great gift to supplement Tooth Fairy goodies, or just as a funky stocking stuffer for teens.
65. T-Shirt Tote Bag
Going green doesn't mean going geeky. Instead of having them lug those grocery store logo bags, give an earth-conscious friend a tote made form their favorite logo t-shirts.
66. Origami Bracelet
Use fancy scrapbooking paper or even holiday wrapping paper to make these simple bracelets that act as a great accent to a larger gift.
A very simple paper design from Kate Pullen can be turned into earrings that have a colorful pop. They are quick and easy to make, so create a whole collection of earrings for a well-rounded gift.
Try making a few paper beads and you'll discover that some of the best things in life are free. These beads can be stamped and painted, then strung into a stylish necklace like this one from Kate Pullen. A great gift for someone who likes their jewelry recycled.
Stamped paper and shrink plastic combine to create a necklace that is infinitely customizable. Use stamps to create intricate designs or character images for this personalized necklace. Kate Pullen has the easy step-by-step instructions.