No need to buy gifts this Father’s Day, especially when you can make it. Instead, get crafty tapping into your inner creative self to give the father in your life something always to remember.
Try any of these projects that are fun and inexpensive.
Grill Set Holder
For the dad that is considered the grill master, this grill set holder with custom signage are for him. Spend less than $30 to customize a “Grillin’ & Chillin’ sign to hang those grill tools on the side of the house near the patio or outdoor kitchen area. Learn how to make a personalized grill set holder.
Beer Bottle Glasses
Instead of throwing the empty beer bottles in the recycling bin, use them to create upcycled beer bottle glasses. Now he can pour his favorite beer in these custom looking glasses. Learn how to make beer bottle glasses.
Rustic Wood Tie Rack
Does he need additional space to hang his ties? Make this tie rack that you can add in the closet or anywhere in the bedroom. The cool thing about this frame is that it will hold 39 ties. Learn how to make the rustic wood tie rack.
Custom Picture Frame
With just a hot glue gun, a picture frame, wood Scrabble letters, and spray paint, you can create a personalized picture frame. It is the simplest idea and cost effective too! Learn how to make this custom picture frame.
Whatever you plan to create, these gift ideas are an excellent way to show off your creative skills, giving the father in your life a custom piece to have for years to come.
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