10 Unique DIY Father’s Day Gifts Anyone Can Make
June is almost here and Father’s Day is a little over two weeks away (June 15). Do Dad a favor, and put down the ties, socks, and underwear, and start thinking outside the box. I promise you Dad will appreciate the thought, and giving him DIY Fathers Day gifts are a lot more fun, than hitting the mall. (unless you’re like me, and a craft challenged shop-aholic)
Does Dad have a sweet tooth? The Father’s Day pop box set, is an awesome way to give Dad some of his favorite candy! Or if you have a sense of humor and want to make it even more personal, how about a candygram, like this one from 4sonrus. Anything artwork with hand prints, is perfect for Dad’s office.
Is your Dad a comic book fan? Check out these super cool, DIY comic book coasters by ModPodge Rocks.
I’m kind of a sucker for sentimental gifts, especially those that capture milestones like handprints, footprints, etc.
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For the Dads that like to golf, here are a few DIY ideas.
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Most Dads know their way around the grill, does your hubby end up wearing a lot of the ingredients? You can easy take Dad’s apron and add some hand prints to it, or buy a blank apron and completely personalize it.
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While Dad’s outside, fixing things, grilling dinner, or just hanging with the guys, chances are he’ll have a cold beer or soda nearby. He’ll be the coolest Dad around with a custom made beverage holder from the family!
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Want to use some of Dad’s old shirts that he never wears anymore? Check out these super cool pillows, covered in men’s shirts! Cute, masculine, and perfect for his office or man cave!
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Any time the kids ride in my husband’s truck, we have to spend 15 minutes moving his tools out of the way. While I don’t sew, I love the idea of making a DIY tool tote. Maybe I can have a friend do the sewing part, and then we can customize the outside with artwork by the kids.
Are you planning to make Dad something homemade this year or buy something from a store?