Feeling crafty? These online services can help you make holiday gifts
E love giving and getting personalized gifts.
No matter how craft you are, there's a way to create treasures for everyone on your list.
Spoon flour is an incredible website where you can buy fabric, wallpaper and wrapping paper and patterns designed by graphic artists from all over the world.
Use those materials to create something unique, but another neat feature is the ability to create tea towels from your own custom artwork, upload a file, say, of, hand written family recipe printed on a quarter yard of cotton and then him the edges to make an incredible, heartfelt gift.
Tutorials could be found at spoon flour dot com.
When it comes to parents, grand parents and other close family members, you can't go wrong with photo gifts.
I love making custom photo mugs at shutterfly dot com.
Puzzles on zazzle dot com and photo books and calendars through many If you're looking to learn a craft for next year's gifting season, check out craftsy dot com.
The site boasts over 1500 classes taught by professionals and subjects ranging from sewing to painting to cooking.
Membership starts at $8 a month or $80 a year and finally, if you're not, craft yourself but want to give a homemade gift, etc.
Is the place to shop.
Find all sorts of incredible handmade and personalized gifts for everyone on your list.
It's also a great way to support independent artists and small businesses.
For more gift guides, visit CNN dot com.
I'm Kara Suu Boy with CNET for CBS News.
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