Nothing is better than giving (or receiving!) homemade father’s day gifts.
To help you find the perfect gift for the special man in your life, I have gathered a few ideas for you. Gather the kids and decide on which ones they would like to make with you. Get everyone in the family involved, make some gifts for dad, grandpa, and uncles too!
Homemade Father’s Day Gift Ideas
A Helping Hand: Use your kid’s hand prints to personalize oven mitts or BBQ gloves! Gifts like these are great because they are items you use often. They are a great reminder of the
I’m Nuts About You Dad!: Show dad that you are nuts about him with this simple gift. Fill a jar with his favorite type of nuts and print out the label for the jar.
Golf Tee Porcupine: Here is a great gift for all the dads out there that play golf. With a styrofoam ball, some golf tees, a little paint, and some little helping hands your kiddos can make a gift that will put a big smile on dad’s face.
Father’s Day Super Dad Pop Box Set: I love this idea! Every kid knows that their father is their super hero! Show them with this adorable yet so simple homemade father’s day gift. Personalize it and use his favorite soda or bottle of suds.
We’re Tied Together Free Printable: Does the man in your life wear ties? Then this personalized gift is just for you. There are different design options for the printable too!
Father’s Day Cake Pops: If you like to bake, whip up dad some of these father’s day cake pops. Everyone will want to get their hands on these adorable treats! The simple mustache and tie decorations dress up a very simple recipe.
Dad, You Rock!: This DIY rock trivet is great for kids who know how to use a hot glue gun. With a few simple supplies that you can pick up at your local store, you can make a trivet for dad that any kiddo would be proud to make for their dad. It is great to use for all of those BBQ meals you make in the summertime.
Bacon Bouquet: We all know that the perfect gift for mom is flowers, but dad, not so much. Instead of flowers how about making him a bacon bouquet? Pick up some fake roses at the store and use the stems to hold up the bacon roses that you make. Add a few roses to his breakfast in bed tray on Father’s Day morning.
Oatmeal Container Gift Box: If you already have a gift for dad but need a way to wrap it, check out these oatmeal container gift boxes. Up cycle your oatmeal box and use the printables on this site to turn them into an adorable gift box. Great way to box up some baked goods or you could even use them as a place to keep all of those Father’s Day cards.
How do you celebrate father’s day?