Craft Roundup: Little Gifts, Big Surprises

Is your family looking for ways to make special, meaningful gifts for this spring's season of gift giving? This week's Make It roundup offers ideas for small gifts that make a jumbo statement. Each project this week can be personalized for the person you're giving it to. Perhaps a favorite photo of your child and their teacher for the Mason jar lid magnet? Or a gift card inside of the business card holder for dad on Father's Day? Who knows – it's up to you and your tiny crafter.

DIY Super Tie Tack

Tell dad he's your favorite hero with this Superman-themed tie tack from Kersey at the Ardor blog.

Mason Jar Lid Magnet

Give your special someone a favorite photo from an activity you enjoyed together this year with the help of this tutorial from Barks Blog.

DIY Chalkboard Pencil Box

Fill this cute box with colorful pencils or a sweet treat for your child's teacher on the last day of school. Visit HelloBee to learn how to make the box.

Upcycled Altoids Tin Business Card Holder

Don't put that Altoids mint tin in the recycling bin just yet! Turn it into a practical Father's Day gift for dad – a business card holder – with guidance from Crafting a Green World.

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