Make father’s day special with a gift you’ve made yourself.
I may be a graphic designer but I’m also definitely a crafter and a DIY fanatic. I’ve scoured the internet for a variety of DIY projects for fathers day and any one of these is fantastic inspiration for this year’s gift to that special dad. They range in difficulty, some better for older crafters and some simple enough for some of your youngest kiddos. Spouses and kids alike can get in on some of that crafting action and make this father’s day great. Here are just 5 that I found. Got more? We’d love to hear! comment below.
- Rustic bottle opener:
Perfect for any dad who loves a bottled soda or a bottled beer. This DIY project is not only super awesome but can be customized even more! Decorate the cap box with dad’s name or a special message. Click the photo or here for a link to the Pinterest shared DIY project.
- Travel pool table:
Perfect for the traveling pops or the dad who’s cubicle could use a little extra joy. For any of you other crafters out there, you’ve probably got at least half the supplies lying around your house right now. Click the photo or here for a link to the Pinterest shared DIY project.
- DIY puzzle photo box:
Have a special family photo you want to share with dad? This project has a simple assembly and a short shopping list. He can keep it at work, leave it in his home office to enjoy while he’s trying to distract himself from the aggravations that can come with work. Click the photo or click here for a link to the Pinterest shared DIY project.
- Gummy Tackle Box:
Perfect for the fisherman dad, this DIY packs a punch of sugar and is a tasty treat to put together. Pick his favorite sweets to make it extra special and be sure to decorate the tackle box! While this DIY blog is doing it for their valentine, try making it just for dad instead! Click the photo or click here for a link to the Pinterest shared DIY project.
- Dad Date Jar:
Get in some extra bonding time with pops with this easy craft. On slips of paper you can write down some of your favorite activities with dad and dedicate a few hours a week to playing his favorite board game, going to his favorite restaurant for breakfast or just work on cleaning the garage together. This gift isn’t just awesome because it’s crafty, it’s awesome because it gives you and dad an opportunity to spend time together. This blog also has the option of easy print out dad date slips. Click the photo or here for a link to the Pinterest shared DIY project.