10 DIY Father’s Day Gifts
Just because something doesn’t take a long time to make doesn’t mean it can’t be thoughtful. I tried to find an array of gifts, so you can make something that your dad will truly love.
1. Business Card Holder
Is your dad all business? Whip him up a handmade business card holder using a reclaimed Altoids tin and pretty paper.
2. Bottle Top Magnets
Collect a few bottle caps and make a set of custom magnets just for dad. If you want to make this project even more recycled, use sliced wine corks instead of the new wooden dowel.
3. Organization Station
Could your pops use a little help in the organization department? Transform a reclaimed cabinet door into an area to hold important papers or display his favorite photos.
4. Custom Hankies
Handkerchiefs are so handy! Turn a thrifted set of boring hankies into customized ones your dad will love. Can’t find them at the thrift store? Here’s a tutorial on how to sew a handkerchief yourself.
5. Take a Cute Photo
Giving dad a framed photo of the family is always cute for Father’s Day, and I love Crafty Texas Girls’ take on how to stage a super cute one using sidewalk chalk. Feeling really ambitious? You can even make the sidewalk chalk yourself!
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Image Credit: photo by Bonnie Getchell