Everyone loves succulents -- and everyone will love you for thinking to provide them with a practical favor like these hand-labeled plants!
The hands-on part of making these salts is easy -- simply mix coarse salt with whatever flavor you choose in a food processor or by hand and let the mixture dry before packaging. Perfect for the foodies in your life!
Glue Scrabble tiles to clothespins and display on a perfectly folded napkin -- perhaps with a sprig of rosemary or a fresh flower on top. Add a magnet to the back of the clothespin so guests can display the nameplates on the fridge!
These tiny, customizable Mason jar cocktail kits would make the perfect bridesmaid and groomsmen gifts, but would also make great inexpensive gifts for any occasion, like Friendsgiving!
Use these golden glass nuggets as photo holders or to hold place cards for a party with gold-laced decor. Bonus points: You need only five supplies!
Package this sweet-smelling sugar scrub in Mason jars and use washi tape to make a cute label. A wooden ice-pop stick or a small wooden spoon would make a great scoop.
Remind your guests just how “tea-rific” they are with these adorable tiny tea tins. Fill the tins with any loose-leaf tea you like, and use Something Turquoise’s crafty template to make the tags.
There are so many coffee puns you can use for the lids of these DIY whole coffee bean party favors, but we definitely like “Thank You for Bean Here” the most. You can make these up to two months in advance!
These cute colorful coasters are made with inexpensive tiles from the hardware store and embellished with fun, designer scrapbook paper. We recommend giving guests four coasters each.
via The Cottage Mama
Offer your fashionista friends a homemade gift to store her earrings and bracelets. Craft clay and (surprise!) the back of a pencil created this gorgeous design.
These fragrant potted herb party favors are inexpensive and incredibly easy to create. Gift these to new homeowners at a housewarming party, or at a mid-summer dinner party.