25 DIY Father’s Day Gifts

Get ready for Father’s Day early by starting on one of these 25 DIY Father’s Day Gifts. Whether he’s an outdoors man or a chef, we’ve got you covered. Make him a laptop riser so he can browse the internet while enjoying breakfast in bed. Surprise him with his favorite beer in a DIY etched beer mug. There are many manly crafts you can whip right up to add some handmade love to this Father’s Day.

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  • Messenger Bag 2 of 26
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    A stylish messenger bag for Dad to tote things to the office.

    Check it out at Weekend Designer.

  • Toiletry Bag 3 of 26
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    Sew up a toiletry bag for the Dad on the go.

    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Necktie 4 of 26
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    Make a traditional necktie with unique fabric.

    Check it out at Purl Bee.

  • Laptop Sleeve 5 of 26
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    Customize Dad's laptop sleeve with some manly fabric.

    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Monogram Cuff Links 6 of 26
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    Personalize cuff links for an easy gift that makes a huge impact.

    Find out more at Purl Bee.

  • Pajama Pants 7 of 26
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    Sew a comfortable pair of pajama pants for lounging.

    Spotted at Pretty Prudent.

  • Golf Club Headcovers 8 of 26
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    Give Dad handmade golf club headcovers along with a day on the course.

    Find out more at Positively Splendid.

  • Bow Tie 9 of 26
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    Sew a bow tie for the hipster father.

    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Leather Sketchbook 10 of 26
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    Give Dad a sketchbook for doodles or random thoughts.

    Find out more at Duo Fiberworks.

  • Mustache Mug 11 of 26
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    Dad needs an ironic mustache even if it's only during his morning coffee.

    Find out more at The Tortoise and the Hare.

  • Apron 12 of 26
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    An apron for the dad chef.

    Find out more at Purl Bee.

  • Felt iPhone Sleeve 13 of 26
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    A sleeve for Dad's phone with a pocket for cards is an easy and useful gift.

    Find out more at Poppytalk.

  • Leather Crafts 14 of 26
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    Stitch leather to make a wallet or ipad cover.

    Find out more at Martha Stewart.

  • Hammock 15 of 26
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    DIY a hammock for dad's weekend relaxation year round.

    Find out more at Design Sponge.

  • Car Kit 16 of 26
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    A bag full of useful things for Dad.

    Find out more at Holidash.

  • Etched Beer Glasses 17 of 26
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    Etch beer glasses with a monogram or a silhouette.

    Find out more at Make.

  • Little Book 18 of 26
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    This little book is cute on its own but add your own sentiments to Dad to put it over the top.

    Find out more at See Kate Sew.

  • Man Pillow 19 of 26
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    Sew a pillow for his man room with an ironic T-shirt.

    Find out more at Ruffles and Stuff.

  • Camping Stool 20 of 26
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    Make Dad a camping stool for your next family trip.

    Find out more at Design Sponge.

  • Bike Lunch Bag 21 of 26
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    Sew a lunch bag for Dad's bike.

    Find out more at Evil Mad Scientist.

  • Homemade Rub 22 of 26
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    Delicious homemade rub for Dad and the whole family to enjoy.

    Find out more at Kojo Designs.

  • Laptop Riser 23 of 26
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    Make Dad a laptop riser for late night web surfing from the comfort of his bed.

    Find out more at Man Made DIY.

  • Shoe Shine Box 24 of 26
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    Build a box for Dad to keep his shoes shining.

    Find out more at Art of Manliness.

  • Leather Handle Box 25 of 26
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    A manly DIY box to fill with a few of Dad's favorite things.

    Find out more at Whimsey Box.

  • BBQ Tool Belt 26 of 26
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    The manliest of aprons is this BBQ tool belt for the grilling obsessed father.

    Find out more at HGTV.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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