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10 DIY Handmade Stocking Stuffers for Girls

Make it a handmade Christmas! This roundup is for the girls. Super fun handmade gifts she’ll treasure and be so excited to unwrap. You’ve still got a month to make them too! Make sure to check out 10 DIY Handmade Stocking Stuffers for Boys.

View them after the jump!

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  • Faux Makeup 1 of 10
    Faux Makeup
    Make faux makeup for the girly girl!
    See the tutorial at Not So Idle Hands.
  • Coin Purse 2 of 10
    Coin Purse
    Love these cute little "zip itself" coin purses.
    See how to make it at Craft Passion.
  • First Sewing Kit 3 of 10
    First Sewing Kit
    A girl's first sewing kit!
    See the tutorial at Instructables.
  • Felted Animal 4 of 10
    Felted Animal
    Adorable tiny felted stuffed animals.
    See the tutorial at Martha.
  • Flower Clip 5 of 10
    Flower Clip
    A sweet felt flower clip.
    See the tutorial and template at Ordinary Mommy Design.
  • Folk Art Necklace 6 of 10
    Folk Art Necklace
    Make a quirky folk art necklace.....reminds me of Tinkerbell!
    Check out the tutorial at Craft.
  • Backpack 7 of 10
    Backpack
    A fun little backpack to hold all her special belongings.
    See the tutorial at Julie-K.
  • Wrap Bracelet 8 of 10
    Wrap Bracelet
    Great for the older girl! Stackable wrap bracelets.
    See the tutorial at Honestly WTF.
  • Painted Princesses 9 of 10
    Painted Princesses
    A box of handpainted princesses.
    See more at The New Home Ec.
  • Baby Doll Diapers 10 of 10
    Baby Doll Diapers
    Does she love dolls? Make a stack of baby doll diapers.
    Click for the tutorial at Happy Together.

Make sure to check out the following stocking stuffer posts in this series!

10 DIY Budget Stocking Stuffers I’ve Made.

10 Super Cool Stocking Stuffers for Kids.

10 Genius Stocking Stuffers for Adults.

10 DIY Handmade Stocking Stuffers for Boys.


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