36+ Gift Tutorials For Her AND HIM!

I have found men to be the biggest challenge when it comes to making gifts for.  So this list is lots of great gifts ideas for her AND HIM!  I know some of them look ‘girly’ but you have to remember fabric choice & closure type can make all the difference!  Use velcro & snap closures instead of ribbon & buttons for a more ‘manly’ effect.  I have included a few at the very end that are just for him :) Flannel & Fleece PJ bottoms are almost always a hit to!  I haven’t found a free tutorial but you can easily trace an existing pair, cut up a worn pair or if you keep your eyes open snatch a pattern at the 2nd hand shop or at a .99 sale!

Coffee Cozy

A Notebook-&-Pencil Holder

Fleece Tie Blanket

Car Litter Bags

Reading Companion Glasses Case

Water Bottle Carrier

Making a Reusable Cup Sleeve

Lunchsack

Photo Pencils

Tea Wallet

Camera Case

Toteable Towel

Post Office Bag

Business Card Keeper

Passport Sleeve

Quillow ~ Quilt/Pillow :)

Car Organizer

Mittens

Laptop Sleeve

Etch-A-Sketch Laptop Cozy

10-Minute Mouse Pad Makeover

Bag  Tags

Snuggie Type Blanket

Patchwork Camera Strap Cover

Triple C Camera Case

Gray-and-Orange Pocket Bag

Kindle 2 Bag

Notebook w/ matching pen Carryall

Make a Camera Cozy Simple Camera Case

POUCH FOR IPOD NANO

Cup Cozy

12 Laptop Sleeves & Cases: Free Tutorials & Patterns : TipNut.com

Hospital Gown ~ If you have a friend or loved one going in to the hospital soon for a procedure or currently recovering custom hospital gowns can make a great gift!  They also make great gifts for those having a baby soon!

Just for Him

Boxers

Tie

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One Response to “36+ Gift Tutorials For Her AND HIM!”

  1. thelunchbreakphilanthropist October 5, 2010 at 5:40 pm #5216

    This is a great compilation! Also, think about making your man reuseable heat pads filled with rice or flax. It can be microwaved or placed in the freezer for a few hours. You can make one curved like a travel pillow for his back or a rectangle with ties for legs and arms!

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