#6. Bottle Opener
For a dad who’s always loosing his bottle opener, build one that can hang right from his wall. This way, he won’t loose his teeth from biting the bottle caps off all the time.
#7. World’s Greatest Pop Gift In A Jar
Fill a jar with a soda POP and POP candy to show your dad he’s the greatest POP in the world. It’s a simple gift but it’s guaranteed to put a smile on his face.
#8. DIY Shaving Oil
This would be a great gift for a dad who shaves daily or a funny gift for a dad who has let his beard grow out for too long. All you need is grapeseed oil, olive oil, and a few drops of essential oil.
#9. Magnet Board
Make a magnet board to attach all your favorite memories of you and your family onto. It’s like a picture collage but much more cooler looking.
#10. Vintage Record Clock
If your dad has always been a music guy and is into record players and vinyl albums, try making him a clock our of an old vinyl. It’ll give whatever room he puts it in a vintage touch.
#11. Custom Mugs
Sometimes little kids want to gift their dads with something but don’t have the money to buy anything. For toddlers, this is a great alternative. Just provide them plain mugs and porcelain pens for them to draw whatever they want.
#12. Pop Box Set
Another play on the word POP! Make a box set of pop bottles filled with different candies and attach a compliment to each one. If your dad’s got a sweet tooth, he won’t complain.
#13. Rustic Popcorn Sampler
If your dad loves popcorn, make him a popcorn sampler so he can try all sorts of flavors. This would be a great edition to his house if he holds regular movie nights.
#14. Beer Bottle Glasses
If your dad has left a couple of empty beer bottles laying around, try making glasses out of them! It’ll take a little extra work, but the outcome is worth it.
Make a custom trophy for a trophy dad. It’s a lot more affordable than you think. Just cut a trophy shape out of cardboard, glue pasta to it, spray paint it gold, and then decorate it with jewlery. Tada!
#16. Photo Coasters
Turn your favorite memories into coasters. They’ll make a great edition to any table in the house.
#17. Craft Stick Project
Make this easy DIY out of wooden letters and extra wide craft sticks. Tell your dad what you love about him on each craft stick!
#18. Mobile Cover Card Holder
For the dad who never carries cash, make him a card holder that will also act as a case for his mobile phone. It’s super convenient and he’ll be grateful he doesn’t have to lug around his big wallet all the time.
#19. Personalized Etched Growler
Personalize a growler for him by stenciling his name and any pattern/shape onto it. What dad doesn’t love putting his name on things?
#20. Cookbook Stand
Build a cookbook stand for the dad who loves to cook. It’s actually a great 2-in-1 gift if both your dad and your mom love to spend time in the kitchen.
#21. Homemade Hot Sauce
Create your own batch of hot sauce for the dad who loves spicy food. Just don’t make it too spicy, you want him to enjoy it!
#22. Batman Notebook
If your dad’s a little geeky and loves superheroes, customize a notebook with his favorite hero’s logo. You can use any notebook color and paint pen to achieve the logo you’re going for.
#23. Grilling Prep Plates
Another great gift for the grilling dad who loves to host barbecues. Make him these customized prep plates he can organize all his meat onto.
#24. DIY Beer Soap
Although it’s very unconventional, did you know you can create beet out of soap? It’s an odd DIY gift for an odd dad.
#25. Beer Can Cake
And last but not least, if your pa (like many pas) loves beer, you can never go wrong with a beer can cake. It’ll most likely be favored over an actual cake.