Going to a shop to buy a gift for dad this Father’s Day may be the easy route to take. However, you should take a look at these terrific gifts to make for Father’s Day so that it is personalised and so dad feels super special:
A Father’s Survival Kit
Take a box of any size. Cover the box with dad’s favourite colour paper. Decorate the box in any way you want, with crayons, stickers, glitter glue, markers, stamps – it is up to you how you want to decorate the box!
Once the box is decorated, you can keep it looking nice by covering it with clear contact paper.
Now, fill it with everything dad needs to survive: A picture of the family, a band-aid, a mini screwdriver, a bag of mini cookies, a video or DVD telling him how much he means to you – what you include is limited only by your imagination. You can make the survival kit out of any kind of plastic container, as well. Use puffy paints and glitter glue to decorate.
Special Father’s Day T-Shirt
On the computer, create a picture all your own. Include ‘Happy Father’s Day Dad’ and pictures of his favourite hobbies, like golf, football, bbq-ing, fishing etc. (All these can be found on free photo sites online.) Print out your creation on special iron-on paper found at your local craft shop (in the craft area). Now, iron-on your creation to a special shirt just for dad!
One of a kind paperweight
Find a big rock or shell. With paints and glitter, write ‘Happy Father’s Day Dad’ on the item and then decorate as you want. This will make a great paperweight for dad’s desk, either at home or at work.
Don’t forget Father’s Day coupons
Create your own coupons, or find templates online, for coupons for dad. Offer anything you like: one ‘mowing the lawn’ coupon, one ‘breakfast in bed’ coupon, one ’empty the dishwasher’ coupon, one ‘do your washing’ coupon. Great Father’s Day gift for teens!
Anything you give dad for Father’s Day is special, but when you personalise the holiday with terrific gifts to make for Father’s Day it can be even more special.