Homemade bath bombs for a spoiled princess. Immersion-dyed clipboards for your friend who loves lists. Handmade molded soap for a cleaning fanatic. Brilliant phone cases for a tech fashionista Keychain with tassel for an accessory fan.
Organizations that simplify charitable gift ideas through their gift catalogs are Samaritan's Purse, Save the Children, Compassion International, or any organization you choose to support. When buying gifts for your children or family, think about the things you NEED or would like to have and then buy them as a Christmas or birthday present. So, hopefully, all of these frugal Christmas ideas should help you provide your family with a good Christmas, even if you don't have any money. For the “non-childish” people on your list, consider giving away services, baked goods, and handmade gifts.
When my children were a little younger, they would talk to their grandmother about how they would like to buy gifts for everyone, but they simply couldn't afford to buy Christmas presents because they didn't have any money.