No Cost Or Free Christmas Gift Ideas

Give Your Time
Give Your Time
Give your time. Clean, cook, shovel the driveway, fix the washing machine or get that virus off their computer. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Give A Family Heirloom
Give A Family Heirloom
Any cherished family object is an heirloom. Pass down a tool, a piece of jewelry, a serving tray or another special item this holiday. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)
Copy an Old Family Photo
Copy an Old Family Photo
Copy an old family photo and give it to a relative. Make sure to write on the back who is in the photo so future generations will know. Or take a favorite modern family photo and frame it as a gift.(Photo by -/AFP/Getty Images)
Make A Video
Make A Video
Make a video! Make a video telling someone how much you care or record the elder members of your family telling their life story or sharing wisdom! (Photo by TORU YAMANAKA/AFP/Getty Images)
Make A Quilt
Make A Quilt
Sew something! A rag quilt, a simple bag or an apron! (Photo by SAM PANTHAKY/AFP/Getty Images)
Magic Item
Magic Item
This works perfect on kids of a gullible age. Find a weird old item in your basement or at a flea market and make up a story to go with it. A skeleton key can belong to a pirate's treasure lost somewhere in their hometown. An old doll could have washed up from the sea when a princess lost it in a hurricane. When the kid gets older and wants to know the truth... never, ever tell them. They'll always wonder if old uncle Dave is awesome or just plain old crazy. (Photo by PATRICK KOVARIK/AFP/Getty Images)
Knit A Scarf
Knit A Scarf
A hand knit scarf will be cherished. Cheaper yet make it from an unwound wool sweater! (Photo by Evan Agostini/Getty Images)
Sock Puppets
Sock Puppets
Sock puppets are fun for kids and the fun-loving adult! (Photo by LEALISA WESTERHOFF/AFP/Getty Images)
Kids Art Work
Kids Art Work
Frame the kids artwork! It's perfect for grandma, grandpa, aunts or uncles! (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)
Baked Goods
Baked Goods
Breads, cookies, brownies or pies are always a welcome gift! (Photo by JAIME RAZURI/AFP/Getty Images)
Jar of Notes
Jar of Notes
Fill an old jar with notes for someone to read. Make it a group project. Try one note for each day of the year! Examples: 365 reasons they are loved, 365 memories, 365 inspiring quotes. (Photo Illustration by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
Recipe Book
Recipe Book
Write down your favorite recipes or family recipes and share them. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
Make A Story Book
Make A Story Book
Create a book. It could be a story book for kids, funny quotes, poems or a scrapbook full of photos. (Photo by IAN TIMBERLAKE/AFP/Getty Images)
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