With Father’s Day just a couple weeks away, there is still some time to give something really special. While gift cards and electronics are nice, there is nothing like a handmade gift for the special dad in your life. Whatever your family’s Father’s Day traditions are, there is always an opportunity to make something from the heart. We’ve got some DIY Fathers Day gift ideas to make it extra special this year.
Today we are sharing some wonderful DIY gift ideas from some great bloggers that you (and your kids) can make for the special Dads and Granddads in your lives.
These make fun DIY Father’s Day gifts from kids and are also great gifts for Grandpas, uncles, and other special Dads. In addition to being one of a kind, these are all relatively inexpensive to make too. These are the kind of gifts that are lasting because they are so special. My husband still holds onto some of the gifts that the kids made when they were young, which was years ago.
DIY Gift Ideas Father’s Day – With Photos
Book Marks from Hi! It’s Jilly!
Father’s Day Photo Ideas from Meaningful Mama
Signed Photo Frame from Organized Island
DIY Gift Ideas – For The Office
Make Your Own Magnets from Confessions of An Overworked Mom
CD Photo Clip holder from Crafts N Coffee
DIY Father’s Day Gift Ideas for the Dad that likes to BBQ
DIY Dad’s BBQ Squirt Bottle from That’s What Che Said
Homemade BBQ Sauce from A Mom’s Take
Father’s Day Poem Printable from R & R Workshop
Man Bouquet from One Creative Mommy
Father’s Day Candy Printable from Pink When
Do you know a dad that would like one of these gifts? I know a few dads that would love these. The best part is that these do not take a lot of time or money to make and they are all great ideas for the kids to help put together. Be sure to put the date on anything the kids make. Before you know it, years pass by and it is nice to know when a beloved keepsake was made.
We hope you loved these homemade Father’s Day gift ideas. If you make any of these or have others to add, let us know as we love hearing from you.
How does your family celebrate Father’s Day?