Father’s Day is the one day each year where all of the focus is on that special guy - Dad. Though the love is there the other 364 days, this one day is an opportunity to show him what he means to you. There is no better way to show that love than with a gift you create with your own two hands. We’ve put together some inexpensive and awesome DIY gift ideas for you to give Dad this year for Father’s Day.

Clay Pot Smoker


It has been said that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. This project is one that keeps giving. If that special someone is a self-proclaimed grill master, he may love this clay pot smoker. Not only does this smoker provide a great way to cook amazing meals, it also can be aesthetically pleasing.


Swiss Army Key Ring


Key chains can be so commonplace, but if your dad was a Boy Scout this one could remind him of days past. Even if he wasn’t a scout, this could be a great conversation piece and best of all it’s from someone who cares about him. This is a great way to help him stay organized in a fashionable way. 


Customized Pallet Sign


Whether it’s for his office, man cave, or his fortress of solitude, this statement piece is a perfect gift for your father. It only takes minimal hard work and a little bit of creativity to create this sign. Write your dad’s favorite quote, his name, or something meaningful to add that personal touch!


Manly Cheese Board


Many men are not only foodies, they are also outdoorsmen. This serving board is a great way to mix refinement with a rough exterior. This board has many uses from a display board to a cheese board. What a great and usable idea!


Photo Puzzle Gift



Pictures are always a great gift. A long lasting memory is something your dad can cherish more than almost anything else, so why not take it a step further. You can elevate that photo by turning it into a puzzle by following the simple steps on the link provided.




We would love to see the gifts you create for that special guy in your life. Feel free to share your DIY creations. Did you know that you can find great DIY projects as well as find financial tips on social media by following us on Facebook and Twitter.