So, you’ve been invited over for Thanksgiving dinner and you’re not sure what you can do for your gracious hostess in return? Show your appreciation by bringing a thoughtful hostess gift with you. Check out today’s collection of 15 easy DIY Thanksgiving hostess gifts. These fun gifts that you can make yourself will guarantee you get invited back for next year’s Thanksgiving celebration!
Hosting a successful Thanksgiving holiday dinner takes a lot of planning, money and hard work. Reward your hostess for her hard work this year with a gift of thanks. Everybody can bring a bottle of wine or bouquet of flowers, but a handmade gift takes more creativity and thought….something your hostess will appreciate. Today I’m sharing 15 fun and easy DIY Thanksgiving hostess gifts you can make yourself. Will you have a Thanksgiving host, and not a hostess? I understand, my dad usually does the Thanksgiving cooking for my family. No worries, because many of these gift ideas can be appreciated by a host and hostess alike. Let’s take a look!
This DIY Ombre Basket at Delineate Your Dwelling is a perfect gift on it’s own, but you could always fill it with some goodies as an added gift.
Your hostess can get some much needed rest after the Thanksgiving party with a homemade relaxation eye pillow like this one.
Help your hostess get a jump start on the upcoming Christmas holiday with a fun wreath like this Fringed Paper Scrap Wreath from The Crafty Blog Stalker.
Yes, you read it right…there’s only 2 steps to make this easy wine cork trivet. You can finally put those old wine corks to use!
Chalkboards are so popular these days, these DIY Chalkboard Frames from My Love 2 Create are sure to please your hostess!
What hostess wouldn’t like to relax the morning after the big Thanksgiving meal? Let her enjoy her morning coffee with Coconut Pumpkin Biscotti, a tasty recipe from Home Cooking Memories.
Keep your hostess organized in style with a DIY Decoupaged Crate from The Scraps Shoppe Blog.
It may still be 2015, but 2016 is just around the corner. Find a printable calendar online, print it out and put it in a pretty binder for your hostess. I love the free calendars you can get at Lemon Thistle. There are 4 styles available!
Create a personalized gift for your hostess with these DIY fabric napkins. All you need to get started is a set of white napkins and fabric paint.
Sometimes you just have to make a thrift store run. Buy something old and make it new, like these pretty coffee and tea gift baskets from Sadie Seasongoods!
Turn a cheap wooden CD case from the craft store into a fancy desk organizer for your hostess.
You know your hostess may need some time off after the big day, so it’s pumpkin butter and toast for breakfast for everyone the next week!
I see succulents every where these days, but this easy DIY Dinosaur Succulent Planter from Peaches and Salt is the best I’ve seen yet!
Keep your hostess organized with a personalized notebook, like this fun one-of-a-kind DIY buffalo plaid notebook from Greco Design Company.
You can whip up this easy Lavender Lemon Mint Sugar Scrub in just minutes…the perfect last minute gift!
I hope these easy DIY Thanksgiving hostess/host gift ideas have inspired you today. Remember, you don’t have to spend a ton of money to show your appreciation. It’s the thought and effort that truly makes a gift special, and these DIY gifts definitely will show your thanks. Tell me, what is the best hostess gift you’ve ever received?