These homemade Father’s Day gifts are perfect for the dad who already has everything. DIY ideas for the grilling dad and the stylish dad!
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Homemade Father’s Day Gifts
If you’re looking for homemade Father’s Day gifts you can DIY at home to show him how much you care you are going to love today’s collection!
We’ve got a ton of ideas for dads of all types.
From the dad who loves to grill to the fashion conscious dad.
Or the dad who loves to be well groomed to the dad who loves to fish.
You’re sure to find something on this list that your dad will love to unwrap on Father’s Day (or his birthday for that matter!)
How cool are these personalized cedar planks that dad can use for gilling salmon this summer. You'll need a wood burning set for this DIY.
Of course Dad will also need an apron to let all of your guests know that he really is King of the Grill!
These seasoning mixes are quick and easy to make and you can download the free printable labels.
If Dad is a bacon lover you need to make up some of these fabulous edible gifts. Bacon jam, salt and candy!
I love this DIY where you can makeover a store bought shoe shine kit to make it look trendy with chalkboard paint. The bag is a neat touch for storing everything.
If Dad has so many ties he can't find the one he wants to wear make him a cool tie rack!
How cool is this! Take a picture of your child and then turn it into a one of a kind tie pin!
Or how about making a very smart looking leather key chain so he doesn't keep losing his keys!
And while we're on the topic of making handmade gifts with leather this DIY wallet is super stylish. Pop a gift card from his favorite store inside when you give it to him on Father's Day.
This shaving cream smells amazing and the coconut oil and shea butter combo will keep his skin soft.
Or if dad prefers a beard to the clean shaven look make up some of these fabulous bottles of beard oil. I love the vintage style label which is a free printable you can download.
This mild smelling soap has coffee grounds in which help to exfoliate the skin. This is so much nicer than your grocery store soap for sure!
And for the dad who loves to travel you could sew this wonderful roll up toiletries bag!
Love this cute idea for a Father's Day card. The one that got away captured in a jar like a snow globe!
Or how about these neat fishing lure keychains. You might need to head to the flea market for the vintage lures but the craft itself is very easy.
Making dad some lures he can actually use to fish is surprisingly easy!
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