8 Easy Last-Minute DIY Gifts for Father's Day

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been pushing Father’s Day down on your list of priorities for weeks and weeks. Now that Father’s Day is rapidly approaching, it’s time to start brainstorming! Have you thought about what to get your dad or help your kids get your husband? With only a handful of days left to pick something out, why not make him something yourself? Keep reading to see my favorite DIY gifts that he’ll love!

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  • Domino Set 1 of 8
    Domino Set
    If your dad is the type of guy who enjoys board games, then a handpainted domino set is just the thing to make for him.
    See it here at A Beautiful Mess
  • Mustache Mugs 2 of 8
    Mustache Mugs
    Nothing says masculine more than a mustache stenciled onto a mug.
    See it here at Project Wedding
  • Pegboard Organizer 3 of 8
    Pegboard Organizer
    This homemade pegboard organizer will get loads of use!
    See it here at Martha Stewart
  • Personalized Roasting Sticksd 4 of 8
    Personalized Roasting Sticksd
    Isn't this such a fun idea? If camping is your dad's forte, then personalize marshmellow roasting sticks for the big day.
    See it here at Design Mom
  • Hand Printed Cards 5 of 8
    Hand Printed Cards
    Help your little ones by hand lettering or hand printing these snarky cards.
    See it here at Etsy
  • Magazine Rack 6 of 8
    Magazine Rack
    Does your dad have a corner that seems to always be cluttered? Build him a fancy magazine rack!
    See it here at Design Sponge
  • Leather Watch Strap 7 of 8
    Leather Watch Strap
    Every man loves a beautiful watch. See how you can handmake your own leather strap for dad!
    See it here at Design Sponge
  • Passport Case 8 of 8
    Passport Case
    If your dad is a world traveler, first off: lucky you. Second, why not sew him a leather passport case like this one?
    See it here at Design Sponge

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