Let Dad know how special he is by giving him a DIY gift this Father’s Day. There are a wide variety of presents you can make, so no matter your dad’s style or preferences, you can create a meaningful moment for him.
Want to really make your dad happy? Offer him some help around the house! Skip To My Lou has a Father's Day coupon book that includes the filled in coupons and the book. Dad will love these Father's Day coupons from Reasons to Skip the Housework that are shaped like ties. The coupons are all left blank, so you'll have to come up with your own ways to offer support for Dad. And for a different spin on the coupon idea, try these cool tokens from Evermine. You can show dad how much you appreciate all he does in a way he is sure to appreciate!
Gifting your dad a custom mug for Father’s Day is a simple and fun way to fill him with joy whenever he drinks his daily coffee or tea. Use your finger prints to make this adorable design from Crafts by Amanda. Dad is sure to love a scribble mug like this one from I Heart Arts and Crafts. If you love to paint, this craft from Happy Hooligans will help you give a personal touch to your Father's Day gift this year. Every time he drinks his coffee, your dad will think of you and smile.
Today, more dads are working from home than ever before. The transition may not have been an easy one. Help your dad be more productive with one of these creative DIY desk organizers! For younger kids, Easy Crafts 101 has this design using building blocks. Older kids can use recycled materials to build this organizer from Modge Podge Rocks Blog, or this one from Red Ted Art. Dad is sure to enjoy the personal touch on his desk, and he can take it back to the office with him when he returns.
The value of a gift does not come from the amount of money you spend on it. Your care and personal touch can hold far more value. And there are tons of great, free printables you can turn into a special gift for Dad! Yesterday on Tuesday makes it easy to add a photo, fill in some info, and frame this fun piece for a one-of-a-kind gift for dad this year. Is your dad a super hero? Print out and frame this design from Today's Creative Life. A keepsake printable booklet from What Moms Love is sure to be a hit. Dad will love the special touches because they come from your heart.
Does your dad have a sweet tooth? You can satisfy his sugar cravings in unique and personal ways with fun crafts involving candy. Try this fun take on an edible fishing tackle box from Eighteen25! Or make him some monster trail mix using this simple tutorial from Lil Luna. You can also create this adorable Super Dad candy card from I Heart Crafty Things. If you're lucky, maybe Dad will even share a little of his goodies with you!
Help your dad have the best Father’s Day yet by giving him a DIY gift this year. While there are plenty of gifts you can buy, your dad can fully cherish yours this year, knowing the time and effort it took to make it.