I kind of cringe when it comes to making crafts for certain holidays. Sometimes they just look too…crafty! So crafty, in fact, that they end up in a closet never to be seen again, and are never tossed out because of “sentimental value.” Father’s day is one of these holidays. It’s so easy to make a craft for Dad that won’t be used, but then again, it’s thoughtful and sweet to make a homemade gift. So how to celebrate him? I scoured the Internet looking for some ideas that would be fun and useful. Here they are:
- Father’s Day bow tie card. You can bet that this bow tie card from Mer Mag won’t be tossed! It’s too cute for that! With a free printable and some cute paper, you can make a useable bow tie that kids will love to give to their dads.
- Charcuterie set. This is one that I think dads (meat-eating dads that is) will love! Put together some of their favorite meats. I’m sure it will be a welcomed gift!
- Letter office supplies holders. These cute office supplies holders made from clay are practical and clever. Make one in the monogram of his name for a personalized touch!
- Dad glasses. This one is more fun than anything else. Though I’m sure Dad won’t be walking around town sporting his new shades, it’s a fun Father’s Day craft to add to a present.
- Hardware store garland. This garland made from items from a hardware store is the perfect touch of décor for Father’s Day. And you can even use it from year to year—score!
- Mustache glass. We have seen the mustache trend for the last number of years, but I love how classy this mustache glass turned out. It would be great to add to his office.
- BBQ DIY apron. This apron for the grill-lover is sweet and manly. I’d love to wear it too!
Do you prefer to make or buy gifts for Father’s Day?