Simple Christmas Gift: Homemade Holiday Inspiration

By November 3, 2014November 5th, 2018Baking, Christmas, Cooking, Holidays, Tasty Holiday Gifts

If you are new to homemade DIY gift giving then today’s simple Christmas gift might be just what you need for the inspiration to try it out. These adorable Hot Cocoa Kits are easy to make, require very little crafting skill and could be made with the kids for all their teachers. In fact, I think that’s exactly what we’ll be doing over here!

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Hot Chocolate Kit

You can find all the products you need to create your own Hot Cocoa Kits —


Find the instructions to the Hot Cocoa Kits by clicking the link below…

Hot Cocoa Kit Instructions

Simple Christmas Gift

Hot Cocoa Kit Supplies

  • Glue or Glue Dots – I like using glue dots when working with small items, like attaching the ribbon, because then I don’t burn my fingers with the hot glue gun, but you can certainly use that if you like.
  • Ribbon or Twine – anything you like, any size you like
  • Rubber Bands – you don’t have to have these, but it did make it easier to hold the bottles together

Hot Cocoa Kit Ingredients

Now it’s time to fill the bottles. As noted in the comments, be sure to wash the bottles first, the dish washer is best so they are sterilized.  You can find the supplies here…

Make this simple Christmas gift and WOW your friends and family this holiday season! This is sure to be one of the most creative homemade gifts they get.

These are just perfect! And they could be paired nicely with the a holiday mug. Give these out this holiday season or even on into January as a middle of winter pick-me-up!



Original idea and photo credit above from Megan at Not Martha

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