Even Mr. Tough Guy loves a Father's Day gift that pulls on his heartstrings. Go the extra mile with one of these DIY ideas to celebrate Dad's grilling skills, beard, and his undying love for his family (and beer!). They'll earn you one of his signature bear hugs, for sure. And if you pair the gift one of these handmade cards, then you'll really steal the show (and his heart).
Since you know he really just wants a case of his favorite beer for Father's Day...
If it was a milestone year in your family (new baby! graduation!), this wooden frame will serve as a highlight reel for Dad to enjoy for years to come.
If they're willing to give up their LEGOs (a.k.a. their pride and joy), then get your kids involving by having them brainstorm fun activities to do with dad.
Set him up to grill in style with a custom apron that'll keep his trusty pair of khakis totally clean.
Put the kids to work on this hanging grill tool display. And while you're at it, pick up a new BBQ set for dad.
Remind him of his outdoorsman spirit with a leather drink sleeve. It's way better than a store-bought "World's Best Dad" mug.
For a masculine touch, make homemade candles in paint cans. Plus, Dad will definitely appreciate that they keep the mosquitos away when he's camping or grilling.
After years of giving him a tie for Father's Day, surprise him with a crafty way to keep them all organized.
Dad will finally use a coaster if it looks as cool as these personalized rustic ones.
If Dad's got a scratched record laying around, give it a new life as a bowl to store small trinkets and tchotchkes.
Treat his five o'clock shadow to a nourishing blend of grapeseed oil, olive oil, and an essential oil of your choice (we vote sandalwood!).
Restock the grill master's cookout arsenal for summer with new tools, top-notch condiments, and his very own apron.
Amp up his desk with a leather mouse pad. You'll need a rotary cutter for this project, so be careful, will ya?
Woodworking experience is a plus for this bad boy, but hey, for the promise of caffeine on the other side, we just might learn.
Let him know he's your bulwark in the storm with this print-and-trace project.
In muted, monochrome shades, these block letter printables will be the cherry-on-top of Dad's gift.
You'll need a picture of Dad (Start looking!) and a snazzy bow tie for this gift-meets-card hybrid.
A tie may be a cliché Father's Day gift, but a tie that you made yourself? That's special!