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Father’s Day is right around the corner. If you don’t have time to order something and have it shipped, here are some fun DIY options. If you want even more ideas, check out gifts that I pinned on our Father’s Day Pinterest board.
Building Memories Lego Jar – Get together with your kids and ask them things that they like to do with Dad. Write those activities on Legos and stick them in a jar. Ever time you have free time on a Saturday, pick a Lego and do the activity with Dad!
Dad’s Massage Shirt – Make a t-shirt with an outline of a road on it. The kids can drive around dad’s back with a matchbox car by following the road. They’ll have fun and dad will get to relax! Include some of his favorite stops on the shirt to make it extra special.
Wood Slice Art – I love this art because it’s different from the run-of-the-mill hand art done on a piece of paper. This is more permanent and you can put a hook in the back to hang on the wall.
Handmade Coin Dish – Let your little ones pinch this dish out of air-dry clay. Let the clay completely dry and then paint it your color of choice.
Upcycled Nuts & Bolts Heart Craft – Find some stray nuts and bolts and help your kid arrange them into a heart.
Etched Glass Beer Glass – This one can be completely customized! If you don’t have a machine that cuts vinyl like a Silhouette machine, ask your friends!
Father’s Day Deployment Package – Here’s a great idea for anyone who has a dad that’s far away this year. I tried to find a direct link to this sweet care package, but was left with only the image. I still think it gives us a good idea of what things to include!
DIY Shaving Cream – If he enjoys a luxurious shave, this is an awesome option! This recipe is pretty simple and only requires 4 ingredients.