If you’ve come a-knocking for the best Christmas gift ideas for neighbors then you’re in the right place! These cheap and easy Christmas gifts for neighbors are so quick to put together. Makes for perfect last minute gift ideas for neighbors too!




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Learn how to DIY store bought and homemade neighbor Christmas presents with instructional tutorials, free printables, inspirational photos, and inexpensive ideas for edible Christmas treats and non-food Christmas gifs for neighbors.

Homemade Food Neighbor Gift Ideas


Make your favorite easy Christmas cookie recipe and put in a bag with a free printable that says, “May you be filled with warm wishes, joy, and cookies.” (via Balancing Home)


Make a fragrant loaf, like pumpkin bread, and wrap in a sleeve that reads “Any way you slice it, you’re the best” or “You’re the best thing since sliced bread.” The free printables come in red and green or black and white versions. (via Thirty Handmade Days)

Peppermint Ice Cream Pie

Make this refreshing dessert, both in flavor and temperature, with a tag that reads, “Mint to be neighbors.” (via I Can Teach My Child)

Muddy Buddies

Whip up this quick no bake Christmas dessert and tie in a goodie bag with this free “There’s no buddy like you” tag. (via Love to be in the Kitchen)

Bundt Cake

Or go all out with a full-on cake and “You’re nothing bundt fabulous” printable. (via Love the Day)


Throw together your favorite candied nuts, or use store bought types too. (via Thirty Handmade Days)


You could make your own muffins, buy from the store, or add to prepackaged muffin mix as a last-minute gift idea. (via Glued to My Crafts Blog)


Buy a box of fresh donuts from a local bakery or make your own and put in a box with this free “I donut know what we’d do without neighbors like you” tag. (via Pretty Providence)

DIY Mason Jar Gifts for Neighbors

Smores Mix

“Wishing you smore holiday joy,” an excellent choice for families with kids. (via A Night Owl Blog)

Sugar Cookie Mix

Put ingredients for a simple cookie recipe in a jar and attach holiday sprinkles in a cute ornament jar. (via Chelsea’s Messy Apron)

Brownie Mix

Or do the same with a fudgy, gooey brownie recipe. (via Bake Play Smile)

Hot Cocoa Mix

This is a cute drink idea, with cotton candy. Choose from two printables: “Baby, it’s cold outside” or “Warm wishes.” (via The 36th Avenue)

Five Bean Soup Mix

A hearty recipe that includes pinto beans, split peas or lentils, black beans, kidney beans, great northern beans. (via Wholefully)

Santa and Elf Jars

Fill with candies like Hershey kisses, peppermint candies, or other colored candies and decorate with dressings of different Christmas characters. (via Two Purple Couches)

Flavored Milk Mix Ornaments

Colorful and fun mixes in cute ornament jars. Flavors include cookies and cream, banana, strawberry, creamsicle, and chocolate. Yum! (via Sprinkle Some Fun)

Easy Store Bought Food Neighbor Presents


This post shares four different tags and gift ideas:

  • It’s a wine-derful life
  • Santa’s little helper
  • The weather outside is frightful, but the wine is so delightful
  • In case of emergency, bring glass

(via Sunny Day Family)


A fun one with a “Happy holidays from nacho ordinary neighbors” free printable. (via All Things Thrifty)


This “Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and fruitful New Year” printable has a nice touch with a stamp from the North Pole Greenhouses. (via The Idea Room)

Cookie Dough

If only the “Everyone could use a little extra dough this time of year” was referring to the money kind of dough, ha. (via U Create Crafts)

Gift Ideas for Neighbors with Kids and Families

Terra Cotta Pot

This cutely decorated vessel can be filled with candies, desserts, or treats that are store-bought or homemade. (via Live Laugh Love)

Fun Kid Toys Basket

This free printable “Hope your holiday is filled with buckets of fun” leaves it open for you to fill up with toys, candies and other fun treats. (via Crazy Little Projects)

Movie Night

Another family-friendly idea with a Redbox gift certificate, popcorn, and snacks. (via Crazy Little Projects)

Non-Food Neighbor Gift Ideas

Foot Pampering

This one is probably better for the ladies. A “Wishing you warm, cozy toes all winter” printable that you can put in a basket with socks and other spa-like gifts. (via Our Best Bites)


Choose from two sweet tags: “Let love grow this holiday season” or “May your family grow closer this holiday season.” (via Tater Tots and Jello)


Make any of the 6 different stovetop simmering mixes and put with “It’s beginning to smell a lot like Christmas” tag. (via Garden Therapy)


This one comes with a fun “Fleece navidad, we wish you a Merry Christmas from the bottom of our hearts” printable tag. (via Frugal Coupon Living)


A super easy idea with befitting printable tag that says “Wishing you a smooth holiday.” (via Fun Squared)

Last-Minute Food Gift Ideas for Neighbors

Sparkling Cider

Three different bottle tags to choose from:

  • Merry and bright
  • To all a good night
  • Happy holidays

(via Live Craft Eat)

Chex Mix

If your neighbors prefer a savory snack, then store-bought Chex mix with this printable, “He’s making a list and chex-ing it twice. He’s gonna find out that you guys are nice” would be perfect. (via It’s Always Autumn)


A bubbly delight to give out with this “Soda lighted you’re my neighbor” printable tag. (via Love the Day)


A spiky sweet treat with “Mele Kalikimaka is Hawaii’s way to say Merry Christmas to you” printable tag. (via It’s Always Autumn)

Jam or Jelly

This one would go well with the bread idea earlier. (via Dukes and Duchesses)

Whisk and Hershey Kisses

For a double pun, grab a whisk, some Hershey Kisses, and put this tag that says, “We whisk you a Merry Kissmas.” (via Extreme Couponing Mom)

Last Minute Non-Edible Gift Ideas for Neighbors


This “Wash you a Merry Christmas” or “Here’s soap’n you have a Merry Christmas” printable can go on hand or body soap, dish soap, or laundry soap. (via Hip 2 Save)

Wrapping Paper

This “Just a little something to help you wrap up your holiday season” one is actually way more practical than you think. (via Fun Squared)


If your neighbors are the type to host parties, this “Wishing you lasting cheer, let the dishes be on us this year” is a great gift idea. Choose from two different tag designs: kraft and red and green on white. (via My Name is Snickerdoodle)

If you’re looking for fun and unique Christmas gifts for neighbors ideas, these easy and creative neighbor gift ideas for christmas that you can DIY or pull together as quick last-minute gift ideas are sure to put a smile on your neighbors’ faces this holiday season.