Homemade presents can have deep sentimental meaning which is why we’d like to share some of the best DIY Father’s Day gifts to try. These are sure to put a smile on the face of the receiver. Since there are different types of dads out there, we’re going to break them up into categories to make it easier. Don’t forget to pin this post!
Best DIY Father’s Day Gifts to Try
These do-it-yourself Father’s Day gift ideas are unique and will surely bring long lasting memories to the dads in your life.
Father’s Day Gifts for Dad
DIY Photo Blocks (I Heart Crafty Things)
This special do-it-yourself gift triples as desk decor, the perfect way to show off a few family photos, and a note holder. The special dad who receives this will love the versatile uses and your kids will enjoy creating something special.
World’s Greatest Pop Basket (A Pumpkin & A Princess)
This unique gift basket idea is filled with all things “pop” related. From blow pop suckers to soda pop, the pop in your kid’s life will get a kick out of this DIY Father’s Day gift. Even better, this is something your kids can do themselves!
Gift Ideas for Granddad
Photo Coasters (Home Made Lovely)
Does your grandpa enjoy a good cup of coffee and could use something to sit it on between sips? Consider making him a set of photo coasters that showcase each of his grandchildren. He’ll be reminded of how much he’s loved with every use!
Finger-Painted Geometric Art (Lemon Thistle)
Help the granddad in your life decorate his favorite space with this unique finger-painted geometric artwork gift idea. It will look fit for a museum. Not to mention, this is something kids of all ages can do, even toddlers!
DIY Gifts for Step-Dad
Handmade Marble Cutting Board (The Merry Thought)
Before thinking you don’t have what it takes to make a marble cutting board, think again. This tutorial is super easy and there are only a few supplies involved. This is the perfect gift for the step-dad cook in your life!
DIY Tie Rack (Craftaholics Anonymous)
Does your step-dad have an overabundance of ties and no set home for them? Have a go at making him a homemade tie rack. Go for a wood stain color or get creative with the design by letting the kids put their hands or footprints on it.
Homemade Gifts for a Dad Who Has Adopted
Dad Scribble Mug (I Heart Arts N Crafts)
Give dad a special gift from the kiddos he’s adopted with this unique idea to create a scribble mug. You can get really creative and stencil on the country you adopted from or simply let the child scribble and doodle all over the mug. All you need is a white ceramic rug, paint pens, and the oven!
Printable Papa & Baby Bear Shirts (Squirrelly Minds)
Adopting a baby and becoming first-time parents? Gift the adopting father this set of papa and baby bear matching shirts (and onesie). You’ll make these shirts yourself with the given printables so all you will need are t-shirts, iron-on transfer paper, scissors, and an iron.
Gifts for Extended Family or Friends Who are Dads
Personalized Water Bottle (Tidbits)
No power tools are necessary for this personalized etched water bottle. All you need is a durable glass water bottle, vinyl, etching cream, and a q-tip. You’ll enjoy the ease of making this water bottle and the Dad receiving it will think you spent a fortune!
Personalized Grill Tools (Kara Creates)
What guy doesn’t like to grill, especially when he’s grilling for a family? If you’re looking for a unique gift, have a go at creating a set of personalized grill tools. They’ll be grilling in style!
Are these not some of the cutest DIY Father’s Day gifts ideas to try? We are sure you’ll be inspired to make one for the dad in your life. Which one are you most excited to do? Let us know in the comments below! Also, don’t hesitate to share some of your own do-it-yourself ideas. The more the merrier!
Psst… looking for unique Mother’s Day gifts? Here’s a roundup of 15 gift ideas to help give you a little inspiration!