Dad’s are pretty amazing, so it’s nice to spoil there every now and again (or more often), so Father’s Day is the perfect opportunity for this. If finances are a little tight or you simply want to help the kids create DIY Father’s Day gifts he will love, there is sure to be an idea here to inspire.
DIY FATHER’S DAY GIFT IDEAS
Check out the DIY Father’s Day gift ideas below by category to suit all types of Dads:
Pallet Wine Rack – If wine is Dad’s drink of choice, he will love this DIY upcycled wine and glass rack. Very rustic and decorative.Photo Credit: Spot of Tea Designs
Beer Cap Clock – Create a decorative clock featuring caps from Dad’s favourite beverage as a funky DIY Father’s Day gift he can display.
Bottle Opener – A stylish and functional bottle opener that would be perfect attached to the wall near Dad’s home bar or barbeque area.
Map Coasters – For a dad who likes to travel, consider making map coasters of places he has travelled, or that you have travelled together as a family. Great for his home bar.
Bar Cart – This is a pretty intense DIY project, but awesome. There are PDF instructions, but if it is perhaps more of a Dad DIY project, you could always buy him the materials and supply the cold drinks while he builds it. Great for a DIY loving dad!
Pen/Pencil Holder – Stylish and decorative DIY gift for Dad’s home or work desk to help him stay organised.
Paracord Lanyard – Create dad a handmade lanyard or keyring to keep his important items attached. Something useful he can carry everywhere he goes.
Lime Shaving Cream – If Dad likes to be clean shaven for work, he may love this homemade coconut oil lime shaving cream that is good enough to eat.
Paperweight – A DIY Father’s Day gift the kids can make with a little assistance, and a functional yet sentimental one as well.
Daddy – Daughter Date Book – This is just the most precious idea for little girls to give their dad. You could always put together a Father – Son Hang Out Book too maybe?
Nuts About You – There are plenty of free printable labels to put together a cheap and adorable gift for dad, like this one.
I Love You This Much Card – Back in September last year, when I was doing my first teaching prac, I made this with a class of year 2 students for Father’s Day. The great thing is it can be an anyone card, not just for Father’s Day.