With Father’s Day just around the corner it’s time to start planning a perfect day for him! Some fun surprises, some good quality time together, and of course, an amazing homemade gift to show him all your love. Check out these awesome DIY ideas that your dad will love and make the day super special!
Wooden Beer Totes
Every dad would love this amazing wooden beer tote! The homemade piece is a great project to embark on, and you could even engrave a message or a few words on the side of it using a simple wood-burning tool. Check out the tutorial over at The New Hobbyist!
DIY Pocket Watch Photo Album
If you want to make a really thoughtful gift, this awesome pocket watch turned into photo album is perfect for Father’s Day. You’ll only need an inexpensive pocket watch (easily found at thrift stores and flea markets) and some mod podge to secure your chosen pictures in place. Check out the full instructions!
Homemade Fishing Rod and Reel
Most dads love to go out fishing once in awhile, and even if your dad doesn’t go often, this DIY fishing rod can be a great way to start a new hobby with him and create some fun new memories together. Check out the tutorial over at Imagine Childhood!
What dad doesn’t love bacon? This creative idea from Pretty Organized uses the ingredient in some very fun ways. You can fill a whole basket with these bacon recipes, and use some mason jars and fun labels to present it.
Black and Tan Beer Soap
Daily care products have always been a great gift option, so why not make yourself some? This tutorial by Soap Queen makes some awesome Black and Tan Beer Soaps which are perfect for a homemade Father’s Day gift.
This refillable leather sketchbook is perfect for those pops who are always writing something down or sketching something new. Show off your DIY skills with this quick and easy tutorial by The Merry Thought so your dad or grandad can write in style!
Nothing would be better than the gift of time. Personalize a mason jar and fill it with his favorite activities, small trips, and gatherings, that the whole family can enjoy together throughout the year. Whenever he feels like doing something fun, he can cash in on one of the tickets and everybody can join!
DIY Sampler Box
Sometimes it’s hard finding a nice gift for the dad who has everything, so this DIY sampler box is perfect to save the day. Add his favorite treats, like freshly baked cookies, fruits, salami, and wrap it up with a nice ribbon. Your Father’s Day gift is ready!
This DIY idea is perfect for the kids to make, and it’s something that Dad will treasure forever. Eighteen 25 came up with a free printable diy book that that you can fill in yourself or let the kids create their own story. This is such an easy and affordable project, and it’s also very unique and thoughtful.
Homemade Ginger Beer
Every Dad would love some homemade ginger beer, specially when made with special care and love. Check out this recipe from The Roasted Root and present it in glass bottles, maybe add a nice label, and put them in a wooden crate. Perfect for the pop that loves to try new drinks!
DIY Bottle Opener
This DIY bottle opener is the perfect gift for those dads who love to relax with a beer on a lazy afternoon. The tutorial is very simple, so everybody can do it. You can add a nice message for dad with a Sharpie or spray paint it with a nice color!
Super Dad Pop Box Set
Show Dad just how special he is by making this Super Dad soda pop box filled with his favorite treats. You’ll only need to fill some clean bottles with candies, nuts, or even sunflower seeds, and add a special message to each of them. This simple DIY gift idea doesn’t cost much and you can completely personalize it by adding labels, cards, and messages to make the gift even more special.
If your pop is one of those that are always fixing something, this is the perfect Father’s day gift. You’ll only need a hammer or any other tool with wooden handle and use a diy woodburning tool to add a special Father’s Day message on it. You can make your own message or drawing or ask the kids to write a message with their own handwriting using a permanent marker. Simple, easy and thoughtful!
Rosemary Mint Shaving Cream
Want to gift something practical but still homemade? Try out this Rosemary Mint Shaving Cream from Food For My Family. You can make it using your pop’s favorite scent and add a nice label on it to finish!
Father’s Day Grilling Plates
This DIY gift idea is perfect for those dads who love a Sunday BBQ! It’s super easy to make: you’ll only need a porcelain marker and some nice blank plates. For the design, it’s nice to get personal and write a special message or let the kids do a drawing. You can use baby wipes to clean any mistake. After drawing or writing your message, let the paint dry for a day and then pop the plates in the oven for the paint to stick. That’s it!
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