Don’t know what to get Dad for Father’s Day? Here are 14 DIY Fathers Day gifts that dad will love and use and the kids can help make. The hardest part is choosing which gift to make and give Dad!
DIY Fathers Day Gifts
Dad can be so hard to shop for, and even harder to make gifts for. These DIY Dad day gifts are things that Dad is sure to use and love including golf balls, beer, and t-shirts!
I love getting Andy coordinating t-shirts with the kids. It’s the cutest. I switch up buying and making the t-shirts. Last year, I made these Seinfeld inspired t-shirts with my Cricut Joy and one year we did tie dye t-shirts. Hop over to see the last 7 years of matching t-shirt cuteness in Casa de Dorobek.
2. Back rub t-shirt for Dad
On the t-shirt note, this DIY Father’s Day gift doubles as a way to lay down and play with the kids! What Dad doesn’t want that? Find the complete tutorial at The Blue Basket.
3. Marbled mugs
This is a fun DIY to do with the kids and all you need is nail polish and a few white coffee mugs. Dad will love sipping his cup of joe with his personalized coffee mug made by his kids.
Is Dad a gamer? Does he love solving puzzles and figuring things out? If so, this DIY puzzle cube is the perfect little gift to surprise him with this Father’s Day. Using a few items from the craft store, you and the kids can make him this rad gift for under $10…score!
5. Custom Golf Balls
How cute are these personalized golf balls? If your little ones can scribble, then they can help with this fun Father’s Day gift idea. Have your older kids draw polka dots and lines or even write their names on them to make each golf ball personal and unique so dad can tell who they’re from. Guys love gifts they can really use and girls tend to love pretty gifts- this project is the best of both worlds!
6. Golf tees
This free printable golf tee bag topper pairs perfectly with the personalized golf balls above. Get the free printable bag topper at Tatortots and Jello.
7. Yoda Best Dad
If you have a Star Wars loving Dad, make this cute hand drawn baby Yoda card. Use this baby Yoda drawing tutorial from Art Hub For Kids and write “Yoda Best Dad” at the top of the card!
8. Swiss Army Key Ring
Some fellas have more keys than they know what to do with, but rarely keep them organized. Well, problem solved, now he can hide all of those keys with this awesome DIY Swiss Army key ring that you made for him. You could also use a wood burning tool to customize it with his initials or a fun pattern. Find the complete tutorial on Instructables.
DIY Father’s Day Gifts With Food
What dad doesn’t love the gift of food?!
9. Homemade Beef Jerky
OK, so maybe your husband is the guy who has everything, so what do you do? Make him homemade beef jerky of course! They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, right? The best thing about this recipe, you don’t need a dehydrator to make it! Danielle’s instructions include an oven method, which may take more time than a dehydrator, but will be well worth it in the end. Find the complete recipe at Against All Grain.
10. Drink Dispenser
This gift is not DIY, but it is handmade by an artist in Maine. It’s the perfect gift for the hipster dad in your life. What could be cooler than tapping into a granite stone to dispense your drinks from?! If you and your guy love to host dinner parties, then this is a must have gift for him. Find it at UncommonGoods.
Who doesn’t love gummi bears? Print out this free printable “Beary best dad” gummi bear bag topper at C.R.A.F.T.
12. Beer Bouquet
Turn a basic 6 pack into Dad’s favorite flower bouquet at Uonoringal Mom.
13. DIY Napkin
If a Father’s Day picnic is on the horizon, have the kids make Dad a personalized napkin with fabric markers. Hint: Fabric markers work best on 100% cotton. (Grab a set of white, cotton napkins and fabric markers here! The laminated Sunday comic placemat is pretty cute too.
If you still need a Father’s Day card, don’t miss, 5 Free printable Father’s Day cards
What DIY Father’s Day gift idea is your favorite? I’d love to hear…