Welcome to the forums djtrevino.
Depending on the format of your original videos, you should be able to use free tools to convert them into dvd-video. The two I recommend most often are AVStoDVD and DVDFlick.
Of those two, DVDFlick may be slightly easier to use for newcomers, but AVStoDVD can use a better quality encoder. With either one, you'll need to set the output to match your country's standard for dvd video. In the US, we use NTSC dvd standards. Most of the rest of the world uses PAL.
Both programs can be set up to burn to a disk automatically after completion of the conversion. They use an excellent free burning program called ImgBurn, which is included with the conversion program.
Try one or both and let us know if they work ok for you.