71. Bead Bag Charm
If you are giving a crocheted bag as a gift, add this cute beaded charm to jazz it up a bit. Choose paper colors that compliment the bag, and use a few tips from Kate Pullen for stamping the paper.
The possibilities for bright colors and large images make this a great gift for kids. Kate Pullen will show you how to create these pendants by using rubber stamps and polymer clay.
Create a variety of these cross stitch cuffs that make great gifts for teens and kids alike. They look great in both dark or bright colors, and are simple to make. Connie G. Barwick will show you how.
If you know a sports fan, then you are very familiar with their two favorite colors. For them, a gift is always easy, but this year let's make it come from the heart. Create these snake knot bracelets from Denise Witmer for game day.
75. Flower Earrings
These earrings from Denise Witmer are made from beads that are easy to find at your local craft shop. Find out what someone's favorite flower is to make this an extra special gift.
76. Ribbon Hair Tie
Use different types of ribbon to make this dynamic hair tie. Create it with school colors or their favorite NFL team colors. Denise Witmer has the easy how-to.
77. Loose Knit Scarf
This scarf from Denise Witmer has large loops, and it makes knitting a breeze. If you are new to knitting and want to make a gift with substance, this one is for you.
78. Sweater Bag
Those soft fuzzy bags in department stores can be made at home. If this is an item on someone's gift list, you can make it out of a sweater and a belt. Erin Huffstetler will show you how in 7 easy steps.
A great gift for a little girl, this pocket purse from Erin Huffstetler can be personalized with ribbon and buttons of her favorite color.