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IN Creative ON 16 Jun, 2015
This Fathers' Day, make your dad feel on the top of the world with your lovely handmade gifts. Special days like these are made extra-special by love-loaded gestures like handmade gifts. If you're wondering what to gift your dad this Fathers' Day, we have 15 amazing DIY gifts to make your father feel extraordinary. These gifts are cute enough to make him smile everytime he looks at them, and are equally useful for him.
Here we bring to you 15 super cute DIY Fathers's Day Gift ideas your dad will surely love. Now that you have ample time and amazing gift ideas, it's time to surprise your Superhero dad!
Write down your feelings for him on colored papers and put them in a glass jar. You can also add some funny things you like about him in those papers. Nothing will make him happier than knowing how glad you are to have him as your father.
Color your baby's palms or feet and take their imprint on beautiful colored papers and frame them. You can also give colors to your baby and let him/her paint freestyle. Such gestures will become the most special gifts of your husband's life.
You can try some easy pancake designs and make him a breakfast special if you're fond of cooking and if he's fond of pancakes. Oh, who am I kidding? Who doesn't love pancakes?
Simple wooden planks, colored wires and a few nails. And the cool hanging frames are ready! He can easily hang his scarfs, sunglasses and headphones on it and continue to be The Trendy Dad.
A plain coffee mug and glass paint. That's it. Draw the shape of the mustache he wears or the one you wish him to on the mug. Trust me, he'll love it!
You can simply wrap paper sheets on cardboard cuttings of alphabets of Dad or Papa or whatever you like and click funny pictures to get them framed.
If your dad is a travel enthusiast, you can gift him a traveler's kit filled with all the things he'd need on his trips. You can make similar kits for him according to his hobbies like fishing, carpentry, etc.
Perfect gift for your Architect Dad! Just cut small alphabets from colored paper and stick them on a new set of pencils. He'll smile every time he draws a sketch using those pencils.
Hang these secretly in his bedroom while he's asleep to surprise him in the morning. This will make his day for sure.
If your Dad is into lumber jacking, you can make an easy DIY tote to carry small wooden logs and pieces and bring them to the fireplace. You can also carve 'I Love You Dad' or similar words on the tote to make it extra-special.
You can easily make gift boxes of the shape of brown paper bags we carry for shopping and decorate them with colorful paper ties. Inside the gift boxes, you can keep gifts like wallet, stationary items, etc.
Another option for DIY gifts from young babies for Fathers' Day. Write a special message on a slate or paper and make your kid hold it. Get the photos framed and make it a memory of a lifetime.
In case your father is fond of chocolates, you can write a similar emotional message using chocolates. The idea is quite funny and sweet.
Color a couple of simple mugs with vibrant color paints and fill them with candies your dad is fond of. Make a flag from colored paper and a stick and push it slightly inside the candy-filled mugs. You can also decorate the mugs by drawing mustache or tie on the outer side of the mug.
If your father is a Diary-keeper, gift him a personalized diary this Fathers' Day. You can stick your Dad's photos with you at every interval of a few pages and write emotional or funny messages near those photos. Every time he'll open the diary to write something, he'll smile and be proud of his kids.