Celebrate your father's on-point beard, repairing and building skills and his unconditional love for the family with these heartwarming gifts!
Here are some DIY gift ideas from the most creative sites that we have put together for you!
1. Hot Pepper Oil
All you need to throw one of these together is a glass bottle that can be sealed, 18-20 dry ornamental peppers, and about 1 cup of olive oil. You could easily recycle any glass bottle you have/collect. After cutting the peppers, add them to the jar and fill with olive oil. Allow that to soak for 2-3 days before use (or before you gift the bottle to someone). - ABeautifulMess.com
2. Rosemary Mint Shave Cream
- 1/3 cup shea butter (72.67 grams)
- 1/3 cup virgin coconut oil (72.05 grams)
- 1/4 cup jojoba or sweet almond oil (54.88 grams)
- 10 drops rosemary essential oil
- 3-5 drops peppermint essential oil
In a small saucepan over low heat, combine the shea butter and coconut oil, stirring until just melted. Remove from the heat and transfer to a heat-safe bowl. Add in the jojoba oil and the essential oils. Stir to mix.
Place the bowl in the refrigerator and chill until solid. Remove from the refrigerator and whip using a hand beater or a stand mixer until light and fluffy. Spoon into a jar. Lid and keep in a cool, dry place. - FoodForMyFamily.com
3. Father's Day Coupon Book
Give Dad the liberty to choose his game - bowling at the local alley, fishing on Sunday or his favorite dish for dinner. Want to create this style of book? Check out how HERE.
4. Dad's Stache in a Jar
If your dad has a sweet tooth, he’ll go gaga over this mason jar with all the sweet treats. It’s a super easy gift idea also perfect for last-minute preparation. And don’t you just love the pun on the label? - DIYProjects.com
5. Dad Keychain
Hopefully this handmade Father's Day gift will be one Dad can use for a long time! Step by Step Guide Here
6. Beer Coasters
Give some of those cardboard beer boxes new life by turning them into coasters. Dad will love how creative they are and Mom will love the fact that Dad is actually using a coaster. Win-win! - GoodHouseKeeping.com
7. Citronella Candle
Keep mosquitos away from Dad whenever he is out camping or grilling with this Citronella Man-dle!
- Quart size paint cans
- Candle wax. You can buy soy wax from the craft store or recycle an old candle. If you do recycle, just make sure the candle is not scented.
- Citronella essential oil
Start by gluing the wick to the bottom of the paint can with hot glue. When it is dry. wrap the top end around a pencil so it will stand up straight. Then melt your wax, either in the microwave or a double broiler. Once it is fully liquified pour into the paint can. Fill the can up with liquid wax and then add the citronella oil. You will probably need about 15-20 drops for this size candle. Then let the wax harden and cut the end of your wick. - HelloGlow.com