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22 Homemade Housewarming Gifts Any New Homeowner Will Love

If you have family or friends who just moved into a new home or apartment, you'll want something beautiful to give to them. These homemade housewarming gift ideas are easy and fun to make—and mean so much more than anything you could have bought at a store.

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Wood slice painted wreath

It's important to have the right house gift for every occasion. And with farmhouse decor being so on trend right now, this wood slice painted wreath would make a lovely housewarming gift for anyone. It could be customized with a last name initial or made in advance, so you have lovely housewarming presents readily available to gift at any time!

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Pasta dinner gift basket

Who doesn't love to get food, especially when they're busy moving into a new home with no time to cook? Check out these great healthy food gift ideas that everyone will love. And this DIY Pasta Dinner Gift Basket includes everything—even fresh herbs to go with the meal.

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Herb kit gift in a jar

Have a family member or friend with a green thumb? They'll love this mini herb kit, and it's perfectly packaged in a mason jar. Within the jar, they'll have everything they need for a mini windowsill herb garden, including planters, seeds, and chalkboard markers. Here are more fun things you can do with mason jars.

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Homemade hand soap

Most of us know by now that making homemade cleaners and soaps is better for our health than store-bought bottles filled with chemicals (here's why you really don't need to use antibacterial soaps or sanitizers to stay germ-free). That's a great reason for gifting them too! You can make your own homemade hand soap relatively easily and with very few ingredients. Make up a large batch so you can keep some for yourself too! I love that this gift tag lists the ingredients so your recipients can make it themselves once they run out.

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DIY herringbone canvas art

Everyone loves to hang beautiful art in their new home, so imagine the delight your friends will feel when they open a beautiful piece of custom artwork for a housewarming present. This DIY Herringbone Canvas looks like it was made by a professional, but with a little bit of tape and paint, you'll be able to make it yourself!

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Burlap succulent décor

Do you have a friend who doesn't have the greenest of thumbs? Succulents are often a good idea but this adorable Burlap Succulent Decoration is perfect for even the blackest of thumbs! Combining two of the hottest items—burlap and succulents, this accent would look great in any type of home setting. These decorating tips will make your home look more expensive.

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Personalized address stamp

When friends move into a new home, having a new address is an exciting change. Gifting a personalized address stamp is even more personalized with this adorable DIY gift bag. Check out more personalized gifts we love.

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Love coffee cup

 

If you have a coffee-loving friend, this DIY housewarming gift is for them. This DIY mug made with paint pens looks like it comes straight out of a magazine, but these instructions will help you make it in just a few minutes! Bonus: Drinking coffee can lead to longer life!

 

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Candied almonds

Did you know one of the best disease fighters is a food that you probably have in your pantry? Nuts! And who doesn't love a sweet treat as a gift?

These Slow Cooker Candied Almonds are as sweet and easy to make as they are to eat. Roll them up in a paper cone and tie off with baker's twine for a beautiful housewarming gift idea.

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Cookie mix in a jar

So many of the cutest homemade gift ideas come in jars! That's because they look beautiful and are functional after the gift is used too.

This cookie mix in a jar is no exception. And after your friends bake cookies in their new home, they'll have a beautiful jar to use or display also.

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