Just as we did for Mom last month, we’re rounding up a bunch of great DIY projects to honor Dad. From a hovercraft to a coat rack, these DIY gifts range in style and time needed to complete. But one thing is for sure. They’re all sure to make dad’s day.
Hovercraft: This is for the adventurous dads. And the dads who are young at heart. Turn an electric leaf blower, some plywood and a few other supplies into a hovercraft to give dad the lift he needs.
Baseball Pencil Holder: For those times when Dad’s stuck at the office when he’d rather be rooting for the home team, this baseball pencil holder will give him a little pick-me-up.
Golf Club Marshmallow Roaster: Fore! Give your golfing dad this marshmallow roaster and he’ll never go hungry – even if he doest get stuck in the sand trap.
Hammer Coat Hooks: Give Dad a place to hang his hat at the end of the day. This project makes use of old hammers to create a fun coat rack.
Grilling Seasoning Mix: If your dad thinks grilling over an open flame is the only way to cook, this easy seasoning mix is the perfect gift.
Handlebar Bike Rack: This project is a great way to turn old handlebars into a cool hanging bike rack.
Travel Bar: Even when he’s on the go, Dad can still enjoy a tipple or two. (When he’s not driving, of course.)