Inexpensive Christmas Gift Ideas

Well, the Happy Hubby and I were looking at our bank account and then looking at the calendar (which clearly told us it was Christmas time) and we realized that unless Saint Nicholas drops a bag of gold through our window, we are going to have to be very frugally-minded this year with gifts. :-)

Is anyone else in the same boat??

But, thanks to the many creative bloggers out there, it can be done – without sacrificing cute factor or use factor!

Here are some of my favorites (with links to even MORE great ideas)…

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How Does She? hosted an amazing series last year featuring 30 inexpensive Christmas gifts for neighbors.

You can find all of the other amazing ideas HERE.

I loved this Refrigerated Cookie Dough gift with a tag that reads, “Thought you could use a little extra dough this Christmas.”

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My other favorite idea How Does She? featured was a Paper Plate gift.

December seems to be the craziest month, why not make things easier on another Happy Home by presenting them with a package of paper plates to cut back on dishes during the Christmas season?? :-)

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The Dating Divas shared this Twizzler gift idea with a tag reading, “Twizz the season to be jolly!”

I so enjoy a good pun!

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How about a whisk filled with Hershey’s Kisses and a tag that reads, “We WHISK you a Merry KISSmas!”

You can find that brilliance HERE, plus 14 other frugal ideas!

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This idea from One of a Kind Gifts makes me laugh out loud!

Give a box of Ding Dongs to the Happy Home next door to yours.  Attach a note that reads, “Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas from the Ding Dongs next door!”

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Okay.  I think I can stop blogging now because the creativity has reached its maximum of amazing-ness with this Hand Santa-tizer from Paper Jewels.

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A plate of brownies or box of brownie mix with a note that reads, “We’re going for brownie points this season!” is a super cute way to brighten your neighbors’ day.

Beneath My Dreaming Tree has this great idea!

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This inexpensive gift from HERE is like the one I shared at Thanksgiving.

So cute!!

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This is probably my favorite idea yet!

A jar of salsa with an adorable tag that reads, “Merry Christmas From Your Nacho Ordinary Neighbors!” :-)

Check out Pebbles in My Pocket for even more inexpensive gift ideas – you will loooove them.

You can also find 103 Quick and Easy Christmas Gift Ideas HERE.

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Merry Inexpensive Christmas Gift-ing! :-)

13 thoughts on “Inexpensive Christmas Gift Ideas

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  2. I love the wisk you a Merry Kissmas. We have a big Christmas Eve party and I mad one per family. I tied them with curly ribbon and a candy cane. I put them in large vase. They look so pretty. It will make a nice center piece on the dessert table. I can’t wait to give them out, but then our party will be over :(. I really enjoyed you at the ornament exchange a few weeks ago. Merry Christmas.

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