Of the simple ones that left me feeling happy and crafty, I found particular joy in the ease of the Memory game.
I used 20 of the thin, unfinished wood sqaures from Michael's. I think they were 25 cents each.
I also used paint, scraps of fabric from 10 different types of fabric, and mod-podge (I suggest using a matte, it's a little less tacky feeling).
These are so easy, I feel silly even posting instructions... but I will, just to prove to you haw easy, and how possible it is for anyone to make a cute gift.
1. Paint your squares front and back with desired color. (Easy enough, right?)
2. While paint is drying, cut out 2 squares of fabric from each of your ten different kinds of fabric. The squares should be slightly smaller than your wood squares, so there's a border around the fabric when you attach it to the wood. If you're concerned about finding ten different types of fabric, look through old clothes, or heck, you could even use scrapbook paper!
3. Apply a layer of Mod-Podge to the square. Add a layer of Mod-Podge to the back of your fabric piece and attach it to the square. Let it dry.
4. Once it is dry, apply mod-podge over entire square, front and back to finish it off. Repeat for all Squares.
I added a few more pairs after this, so not all is shown, but you get the idea.
I printed out a fun design and covered a box I had, but since not everyone will have a perfect square box lying around, I didn't include this in the instructions!
Completely Simple, right? Now, stop telling me you're not crafty, and go make this for someone!