Make sure your dad feels extra-special this year with a homemade gift in celebration of Father's Day. These unique ideas range from kid-made cards to DIYs fit for any dad, from grill masters to wannabe mixologists. Pick your favorite one of these DIY Father's Day gifts and start crafting in time for the holiday.
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Father's Day Gift Tags
Molly, a graphic artist and blogger at Almost Makes Perfect, provides a printable template for these modern Father's Day gift tags. Available in black, gray, and green, these tags dress up any package for your husband, father, or grandfather.
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Homemade orange bitters make the perfect gift for any backyard mixologist. This Father's Day DIY from Momtastic keeps dad's bar cart stocked, so he can whip up a Manhattan or an Old Fashioned on the fly.
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Make your dad or grandpa a modern photo stand using affordable and easy balsa wood, as demonstrated by Harri Wren. Once the base is complete, stage it with several family Polaroids for a gift he's sure to cherish.
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Cookie Gift Bag
Does your dad have a sweet tooth? If so, bake him some delicious cookies and package them in a quick and easy handmade gift bag that showcases your homemade sweets. Tell Love and Party shows us how.Continue to 5 of 24 below.
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Personalized Woodgrain Flask
Impress any modern, stylish dad with this personalized woodgrain flask from Almost Makes Perfect. Woodgrain contact paper and a paint pen are all you need to add a personalized element to this Father's Day gift.
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Stout and Coffee Soap
Waking up in the morning for work can be tough for any dad. This delicious-smelling DIY soap from Make Scout combines two of his favorite scents—coffee and stout beer—to make his mornings much more pleasant.
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Sweet and Spicy Snack Mix
This sweet and spicy snack mix from Sarah Hearts is housed in a reusable canning jar and decorated with a printable label and gift tags. This personalized treat makes a perfect gift for fathers who like to snack while watching their favorite streaming series.
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Super Rad T-Shirt
Surprise your husband this Father's Day by making cute t-shirts for your kids that say "My Dad is Super Rad." Just trace the template provided by Small + Friendly onto transfer paper and iron it onto a plain t-shirt or onesie.Continue to 9 of 24 below.
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DIY Painted Leather Keychain
The Homemade Banana gets crafty with this stylish gift idea for dad. All you need to make this painted metallic leather keychain is an anvil, a tool easily found at most craft stores.
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Rustic Tie Rack
Help keep dad organized by giving him plenty of room to store his growing tie collection. This DIY rustic tie rack by Craftaholics Anonymous can be whipped up in just about an hour and made to look like an authentic antique if you use the right stain.
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DIY Travel Dopp Kit
House dad's toiletries in this handmade Dopp kit from The Crafty Gentleman. Dad will pack a reminder of you with him whenever he travels for work.
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DIY Earphone Organizer
Help dad keep his electronic cables organized with these leather cord organizers from Delia Creates. He can say goodbye to tangled headsets and charger cords with this useful gift.Continue to 13 of 24 below.
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Dads who keep their cards and cash together with a paper clip will appreciate this DIY minimalist wallet from The Merrythought this Father's Day. This thoughtful handmade gift only requires a few scraps of leather (easily found at craft or fabric stores), scissors, and a sewing machine to get the job done.
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Does your father love to BBQ? If so, make him one of these custom wooden-grilling planks from Girl Inspired, complete with father-themed designs. This craft requires the use of a Versa-Tool, which can be purchased at most craft stores, and is not recommended for use by young children.
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Father's Day Coupon Book
Elementary-aged kids might find it difficult to think up the perfect gift for Dad. Instead, help them make their own coupon book with personalized freebies for their favorite guy. The printable coupons from Make Life Lovely offers blank spaces for children to offer things like a free hug or a one-time lawn mow.
DIY Printable Father's Day Coupon Book from Make Life Lovely
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Father's Day Book
Young children can easily make a heartwarming gift for their father (or grandfather!) using this printable handmade book by Eighteen25. The printable templates offer a way for children to fill in personalized information and messages for dad or grandpa.Continue to 17 of 24 below.
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Pop Art Painting
Create a bright and bold pop art-inspired painting for Dad to hang in his office with an easy tutorial from Paper & Stitch. Trace tools like scissors, screwdrivers, and pliers for a basic design that can be painted with flat colors in acrylic paint.
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Personalized Tie Pin
A Shrinky Dink kit and a photo of your child are all you need to create a customized tie pin for dad to wear to work. This creative DIY project from Oh Happy Day can also be used to make key chains that house a photo of each child on its ring.
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Spoil dad with a pair of stylish custom cufflinks with these easy instructions from Creme de la Craft. The trick to a winning pair? Choosing buttons that match dad's style so he can wear them either to work or out on the town.
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Etched Tumbler Galsses
Does dad enjoy sipping a cocktail to unwind after a long day of work? These glass tumblers could be the perfect gift for him. With DIY help from Number 2 Pencil, you can mimic the look of expensive etched glasses sold in specialty stores. He'll be surprised you made them yourself.Continue to 21 of 24 below.
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Rosemary Mint Shaving Cream
Help dad smell great while also keeping his skin soft and blemish-free thanks to this moisturizing shave cream. The DIY recipe from Food for My Family contains rosemary and mint to provide a masculine pick-me-up to his morning shave routine.
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What dad doesn't love bacon? Snixy Kitchen's recipes for bacon salt, bacon jam, and bacon candy make the perfect gift set for any bacon-obsessed foodie who loves to cook (or eat).
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This soft flannel throw is so easy to make that you may want to bang one out for every member of your family. Try out It's Always Autumn's instructions on dad first—he can use it as a cozy accessory for movie night.
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This engraved wooden mousepad makes the perfect gift for any dad who works in an office or is on a computer frequently. The DIY instructions from A Bubbly Life are pretty simple—just cut out a wooden circle (you can also find pre-cut versions at craft stores), create your message with a wood-burning tool, add stain, and you've got a thoughtful gift he's sure to love.