Father’s day is just around the corner. It’s time to show our guys how much we care. Sometimes the men in our lives can get run down by going to work every day, working hard on the weekends, helping out around the house, and trying to be the superhero of our lives. It is important that they know how appreciated they are. Sometimes, showing a little appreciation and a little extra love is all they need to rejuvenate and remind themselves how special they are.
Whether you have a dad, a pop, a daddy, grandpa, or papa, here are 15 DIY Father’s Day gift ideas with a personal touch.
For daughters of any age, dad would love a daddy-daughter date book packed with fun things to do together throughout the year. Whether you’re 4, or 44, give dad the gift of time.
I absolutely love this idea. I am married to a big hunter, and I know he would love this idea. However, I’m not sure how I’d get his footprint without him noticing.
Give the kids a book they can color in. A fil-in-the-blank photo book that gives dad a snapshot of kids that will keep them little forever.
If your hubby is a sports nut, this is a great idea. A sports keepsake that will remind them of those days before the kids grew up too fast.
Remember when? This is such a fun idea for a photo book. Of course, you might not have pictures of every memory, but that’s OK –the handwritten notes the real gift.
Everyone loves super heroes, no matter how old they get. Remind dad how important he is to your family with the help of a few tiny friends.
Use your pop’s beer or drink collection to create a DIY clock he can use in the man cave, office, or garage. You can use any type of pop top and customize it to his own personal style. This is a great gift kids can design themselves with a bit of help.
Never lose another golf ball with these “customized” golf balls. These are sure to remind dad of his biggest fans while he’s out on the course.
If dad loves puzzles, give him one with a little personalized interest.
Play the lottery and win big on Father’s Day. If you happen to choose the winning numbers there will no longer be a competition for the favorite child.
Use old pictures to create DIY coasters that remind dad of some of your favorite memories. These are easy to make and perfect to use in the den, office, or man cave.
The way to a man’s heart is always through his stomach. Finally, give him a stash that he doesn’t have to share.