It’s funny, when you think about making stuff for guys, it seems really difficult. Things like flowers and much of the jewelry are generally out. Good luck getting them to be happy about anything that could be described as pretty. But every time I sit down to write about Father’s Day or gift ideas for men around the holidays, I always end up with more than I can use. There are lots of you out there with very creative projects the boys can appreciate. On behalf of myself, and many others out there, thank you!
The dad that lives in my house would love this Giant Reeses Peanut Butter Cup from Twizzy on Cut Out and Keep. I can already see him trying to fit it into the freezer.
This Mini Pool Table in a Tin from Crafts Unleashed is ridiculously adorable, and actually works.
This Father’s Day Card with Custom Medals from What I Made would be so fun to make, and I love that the medals come off for Dad to wear.
What Dad doesn’t love a good BBQ sauce? If yours also loves a things a little on the spicy side, give him this Spicy Chipotle BBQ Sauce from Giggles Galore, and don’t forget to download the tag and label to go with it!
Instead of giving Dad another tie, give him something to dress up the ones he already has, like this Stamped Leather Tie Clip from Lovely Indeed.
I love these Remote Control Cookies from Somewhat Simple. Not that they’ll stop anyone from fighting over the remote, but maybe go ahead and let Dad have this one.
The Relax Pops popcorn label is my favorite in this set from The Elli Blog.
There are all kinds of things you could put in this clever Play Ball Mason Jar from Mad in Crafts for a baseball loving dad.
I love the kid-hand on the saucer and the bit of silver accent on this set from Lalymom.
If you can find the square container for the bottom, this Personal Fire Pit from The Art of Doing Stuff would make a great Dad’s Day gift.