DIY Father’s Day Gift Ideas
If your dad is an important part of your life, let him know how special he is by giving him a DIY gift for Father’s Day. There are a wide variety of potential presents to make, so no matter your dad’s style or preferences, you can create a meaningful moment for him.
Unique clothing accessories
Whether or not your dad puts a lot of thought into his outfits, you can add some personalized pieces to his wardrobe and bring a smile to his face whenever he wears them. If your dad is often found standing by the grill during cookouts, gift him an apron. You can purchase a plain apron from the store or put your sewing skills to the test and make him an apron out of a flour sack towel. You can then add a creative image to the apron using transfer paper. All you have to do is select a design online, follow the instructions that come with the transfer paper and iron the design onto the apron. You can utilize a similar method to make your dad a custom shirt or a handkerchief. If you want to create your own design for a clothing item, you can also paint the item using fabric paint.
A custom mug
Gifting your dad a custom mug for Father’s Day is a simple and fun way to fill him with joy whenever he drinks his daily coffee or tea. For this DIY project, all you need to purchase is a plain mug, a pencil and a few paint pens. You can draw on the mug with the pencil first so that you can easily erase any mistakes you make. Then, you can carefully paint over the pencil design with the paint pens. After you’re satisfied with the mug’s appearance, let the mug air dry for a day and then bake it in the oven at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 minutes. Once it’s finished baking, let the mug sit in the oven for up to two hours before handwashing it.
Creative containers for drinks
If your dad enjoys the occasional alcoholic drink, consider personalizing containers to hold his beverages. You can add style to a flask using a piece of wood grain contact paper. Simply cut the contact paper so that it can fit nicely around the flask later on. Then, write your dad’s name on the paper with a paint marker and stick the contact paper to the flask, making sure his name is visible and in an ideal location. Another option is to decorate a mason jar that your dad can use for different drinks. This DIY project is easy and open to interpretation, making it a great choice if you have little ones wanting to help with the gift. You can add stickers, tie a ribbon around the top or even paint the glass.
Help your dad have the best Father’s Day yet by giving him a DIY gift this year. While tools, sports gear and other items can still be great presents, your dad can fully cherish your gift, knowing the time and effort it took to make it.
This article is presented by Zimbrick European.