I know my blog tends to cater to the Do-It-Yourself (never buy something you could make yourself) type, but today I am providing you all with some Father’s Day gift ideas that range from complex DIY projects to simply purchasing a gift online!
I’ll be honest, I didn’t make time for a DIY project this week, which is why I chose to purchase my husband’s gift this year.
There is no shame in purchasing something, even if you could have made it yourself.
Because sometimes, time is more important than money!
I’ve listed these projects in an order that gets progressively more DIY involved, so feel free to stop at whatever level you relate to! And have fun picking something that will bless the socks off the father in your life! 🙂
Father’s Day Gift Ideas for All DIY Levels
No DIY Required
1. Dad T-Shirt
I love this shirt and actually bought the grandpa version for my step-dad a few years ago! It’ll make your Dad feel extra appreciated!
2. Wood Watch
Wooden watches are so classy and unique – plus most of them come with engraving options to make it even more special!
Not only is this scrapper useful, but you can personalize it! And using wood to clean the grill is a cleaner alternative to metal.
These durable water containers are great for all sorts of fun activities.
Tag this spatula with a DIY label that says “You’re flippin’ awesome Dad!” and it turns into a super creative gift!
Partial DIY Required
Toss a few of their favorite snacks or treats into a pair of slippers and you’ve got a fun gift!
These little treat jars are so fun! Click here to see a full tutorial and snag the free printables!
Talk about a creative idea! Draw a fun message on the concrete and then photograph your kids into it for an “out of this world” gift.
9. FATHER Print
The DIY on this is pretty minimal – simply print and frame! Of course, you could also change out the description words for ones that fit your dad best.
I am in love with this creative idea! Adding colored blocks to a jar with different parts of an adventure so Dad can draw out an exciting thing to do as a family. Not a ton of work to put together and such a fun gift!
Full DIY Required
11. Yard Dice
A pretty simple wood-working DIY, and these can be made for a fraction of the price you’d pay at department stores. Yard Yahtzee is a really fun outdoor game for the family!
Don’t want to make them? Here’s an affordable set from Amazon!
This picture frame is a super easy DIY project and a very cute memento for Dad to have on his desk! Love that you can customize it to be a color he likes and fill it with a cute picture of the kids.
13. Photo Coasters
I’ve made these photo tiles many times as gifts for the grandparents. They’re super easy and affordable!
I love how personalized this sign is and they give you the free printable to go with it!
A pretty simple project, especially if you have a cricut machine, this photo frame makes for a cute way to display family photos!
I hope one of these ideas caught your eye and will bless the dad in your life! Have a wonderful week!