Sometimes it’s assumed that guys don’t like handmade gifts. For a lot of them (I would even say most), nothing could be further from the truth. The guys in my life are among the most appreciative when I craft something just for them. Like anyone else, it’s just about finding something they will really enjoy. Looking for ideas? I’ve got you covered today!
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Curly Made shows us not one, but three different options for a handmade leather bracelet for him (of course, I’d wear any of these too!).
Does he like to play golf? If so, he definitely needs one of these bags from Vicky Myers Creations.
If your guy likes to spend time outdoors, he’d probably enjoy these personalized camping skewers with a carrying bag from Design Sponge.
Unless he’s a bearded guy, he could use this travel shaving kit from Fleece Fun. Even if he is, there’s still some maintenance tools to carry around.
These flavored toothpicks from The Art of Manliness would go over big in my house.
Rather than buying him another necktie, why not make something from some of his old ones? Better Homes and Gardens shows how to turn them into a pillow.
I love the idea of this diy Sudoku game from The Crafty Gentleman. Even if he doesn’t play yet, it’s pretty easy to learn the rules.
I LOVE smoked salt. I mean, he would LOVE smoked salt. Little Yellow Wheelbarrow shows how you can make it yourself.
Guinness beer, dark chocolate, caramel, and sea salt. Thanks to The Sweet Chick, he’ll be one lucky guy.
Guys carry stuff too, so why not make him a manly bag to put it in? This pattern from SpencerOggPatterns is just the right size.
If he’s a diy-er himself, he might appreciate this book by Mike Warren, filled with all kinds of projects for crafty guys.
This quilt pattern from SewFreshQuilts would be perfect to make for a handyman. Man caves get cold too.