Father’s Day 2015 will be here before you know it – Sunday, June 21st! It’s time to find some DIY: Father’s Day gift ideas, if you haven’t already. If the dad in your life is anything like the my Lenny, then what he’d really love for Father’s Day is something from the heart.
I’ve scoured the web in pursuit of some homemade or handmade Father’s Day gift ideas to inspire you:
What a clever idea! Take a photobox and fill it with items that will remind dad of a proud dad moment.
We have many heroes in our family, but the one that sets the bar high, is Lenny aka Dad. He’s always there when our kids need him and even when they don’t. He gives so much so then can have not “things”, but great memories.
My guy loves peanut butter. I mean, he’ll sit down with a spoon and a jar of peanut butter. I’m sure he’d love these Reese’s Fudge Bars from Six Sister’s Stuff.
My Lenny is not big into smelly soap or soap that has moisturizer or soap that leaves your skin soft. He likes a soap that leaves his skin feeling dry and tight (what’s wrong with this man?). But, I bet if I made him some homemade peppermint and rosemary soap, he just might like it. Be sure to visit Lisa over at Harmony and Happiness as she’s put together a great and easy-to-follow tutorial on how to make this peppermint and rosemary handmade soap.
Of course, we can’t forget about the DIY Belt Rack that I introduced you to just a couple of days ago. This is one super easy DIY project for Father’s Day. In fact, you get the kiddos a little more involved by having them help decorate or paint the clothes hanger before you drill the holes and attach the hooks. You can get instructions for the Belt Rack here.
There you have it, not one but six DIY projects that make for great Father’s Day gift ideas. Thanks for visiting today!