Are you looking for some meaningful gifts ideas? DIY (Do It Yourself) is the way to go! But even with a limited amount of time, the number of options out there is staggering. Here are a new, narrowed down, options for great DIY Father’s Day presents that you can do with kids of all ages!
A DIY Grill Platter
If you’re looking for something that dad can proudly use again and again, here’s a great idea: Decorate a grill platter to be used at all of your future bbqs! Here’s the instructions and a few options to try!
Framed Hand Prints
By memorializing your child’s handprint inside of their father’s, you’re going to make a beautiful tribute to their relationship at this specific point in their relationship. Here is an example of a framed handprint.
Make a Collage
It doesn’t matter if it’s just a poster or a block or something else that your husband will use every day: by using modge podge, you can turn anything simple into something special! Here is a link with instructions.
Customized Coffee Mug
Is there a special way your child says “daddy” or even something that they say that is special to them? Write it down on a mug and decorate it! He can use it every day and it’s a great way to commemorate something fun for him! Here’s an example!
A Cut Out Photo Frame
Beyond a simple framed picture, a cut out photo frame is a unique and visually appealing way to display pictures in a home or office. Here are instructions on how to create you own cut out photo frame.
Finger Paint Canvas
Especially if you have very small children, a great way to get kids to “help” make art for Dad is to give them a blank canvas and let them go crazy. Here’s an idea to customize if for Father’s Day!