Fathers are famously hard to shop for, especially the type who have everything and want nothing. Since Father’s Day this year will be a bit different than normal, try making something yourself, something from the heart that dad will treasure forever. Country Living has a few great ideas for DIY Father’s Day gifts.
Here are our favorites:
DIY Canvas Tool Apron
Does your dad love to fix things and do work around the house? This tool apron is the perfect DIY gift to present him with for Father’s Day. Get the tutorial at A Merry Thought.
DIY Candy Dispenser
Does Dad have a sweet tooth? Help him satisfy his cravings with this nifty DIY candy dispenser (you can even pick and choose from his favorite candies to “personalize” it further). Get the tutorial at The House of Wood.
Meyer Lemon and Pistachio Sandwich Cookies
All it takes is a roll of twine, a small box, and a bit of parchment paper to make homemade cookies into a gift fit for even the greatest dad. Bonus: These lemon and pistachio sandwich cookies happen to taste as delicious as they look. Get the recipe at Coley Cooks.
Customize some DIY coasters with one of Dad’s interests, like the hunting-themed set on Unoriginal Mom.
Grill Set Holder
Every grill master needs a place to hang his trusty tools. Plus, this DIY gift is way easier to make than it looks. Lil Luna has a great tutorial!
Whatever you decide to gift your dear dad this Father’s Day, remember that just because this year’s celebration will probably be a little bit quieter, doesn’t mean it’s any less special.