We’ve searched high and low for some unique Father’s Day DIY gifts he’ll love this year. And no, we’re not talking about the typical coffee mug or neck tie that showcases the phrase “Best Dad Ever” (although, there’s nothing wrong with either of those gifts)! There are some really neat ideas, for really neat dads that they’ll really love – and the best part is that they’re really easy to make! Check out these DIY gifts from www.countryliving.com.
Transform a traditional necktie into a neat eyeglass case.
Mason Jar Lid Coasters
Give Dad a stylish-looking spot to rest his beer bottle while he watches the big game.
Picnic Basket Emergency Kit
Use a sturdy vintage basket to create an emergency kit for Dad’s car.
Book Box for Remote Control
A fresh plot line for a used book: storing a remote! You’ll need a book at least two inches longer and 1/4 inch deeper than your remote control.
Business Card Holder
Stitch up vintage postcards to make a slim wallet or business card holder.
This handsome cufflink carrier is made from a $2 tin—and is easy for kids to craft. Spend the afternoon together and make Dad this little box perfect for storing his cufflinks.
DIY Watch Stand
This year, get extra crafty, and put together a sturdy stand for Dad’s favorite wristwatches. Made from wood and black pipe, it’ll be a polished piece for his bedside table.
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.
Homemade Whipped Shaving Cream
Replace your dad’s daily shaving cream with this last-minute luxury gift made from shea butter and olive, coconut, and eucalyptus essential oils. When whipped together, these ingredients will give him his freshest shave ever.
Happy Father’s Day from Holt Realty Partners!
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