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Guest post today from Jamie – she comes up with some of the most amazing stuff, and we decided to do a blog swap for the day. I hope you enjoy, and catch me over on her blog too!

Hi Ugly Ducking Readers! I’m Jamie, and I met Sarah this summer at the Haven blog conference. Clearly, ya’ll already know from the blog that Sarah is super cute and really good with power tools! I’m here to vouch for her sweetness in person! I blog over at C.R.A.F.T. C.R.A.F.T. is a nifty little acronym for Creating Really Awesome Free Things. I make things for your home (kitchen organizer on a door), wardrobe (pillow case skirt), kitchen (jalapeno hummus), and kids (3D polar bear)!

Creating Really Awesome Free Things

Today I’m sharing a homemade gift guide complete with 6 handmade goodies you can make in a couple of hours!  
1. For the puzzle lover: A puzzle cube Creating Really Awesome Free Things

2. For your college aged niece or a spunky neighbor: A dino planter
Creating Really Awesome Free Things

3. For the grandparents: tiny poloraid magnets for the fridge
Creating Really Awesome Free Things

4. For your Warby Parker wearing BFF: dino magnets
Creating really awesome free things

5. For the 5 year old in your life: a personalized coloring book
Creating Really Awesome Free Things
6. For your crafty sister and aunt: a personalized paint by number
Creating Really Awesome Free Things
Are you into handmade gifts? Do you love paint by numbers? Have you even started your Christmas shopping yet ; ) Me either! Either way, if you like the puzzle cube, dino planter, and dino magnets… here are lots more C.R.A.F.T. projects for you to check out! Oh and if giving cash and gift certificates is more your style here are 16 creative ways to give cash! Thanks, Sarah, for swapping blogs for the day. Can’t wait to hang out again at Haven 2013!

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