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Hilarious White Elephant Gifts to Make

For the next two weeks, it’s pretty much party time central. And with a few of these holiday parties, white elephant gifts are included, or a game of yankee swap if you will. You remember that infamous episode from The Office? So funny! Phyllis made Michael a handmade oven mitt, complete with knitted yarn and glued on silicone. Ha!

Well, I’ve scoured the internet to find some handmade white elephant ideas. Here are a few of my finds, perfect for your next white elephant party! Make sure to get to the last photo slide, I think it’s the winner :)

  • White Elephant Folded Towel 1 of 8
    White Elephant Folded Towel
    This is a classic white elephant gift ;)
    Get the instructions over at Wiki How.
  • A Whole Lot of Nothing 2 of 8
    A Whole Lot of Nothing
    Too funny. Maybe add a dollar bill to the wrapping to entice them!
    Get the instructions over at Can't Stop Making Things.
  • Crocheted White Elephant 3 of 8
    Crocheted White Elephant
    Another classic white elephant gift, but a little more cute and cuddly.
    Get the instructions over at Inner Child Crochet.
  • Crafting with Cat Hair 4 of 8
    Crafting with Cat Hair
    This one explains itself, a perfect gift for that handmade crafter.
    Get the instructions over at Quirk Books.
  • Belly Button Lint Remover 5 of 8
    Belly Button Lint Remover
    Ewww! So perfect and simple to make.
    Get the instructions over at Thrifty Fun.
  • DIY Beard and Mustache 6 of 8
    DIY Beard and Mustache
    I love this, especially coming off of the month of Movember.
    Get the instructions over at Craftzine.
  • Grinch Pills & Reindeer Poop 7 of 8
    Grinch Pills & Reindeer Poop
    I know a few Grinches this little gift should go to!
    Get the instructions over at These Three Girlies.
  • Maxi Pad Slippers 8 of 8
    Maxi Pad Slippers
    YES! I think this is the one. Soooo funny!
    Get the instructions over at About.com

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