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Are you working on a limited budget this Father’s Day season? If so, making your own gifts may be the solution. Making Father’s Day gifts doesn’t have to be difficult, time consuming, or even cheesy, you just need a great idea or two.
Take a look below at 7 Father’s Day gifts you can make yourself, and see if one of them doesn’t fit the bill for the father on your list. All of them are fairly simple to do, and each can be crafted for just a few dollars.
Personalized Drink Koozie – Buy a foam drink koozie for just $1 at Walmart or most craft/retail stores. You can then use colorful Sharpies to write a name, a quote, or even fun designs on the koozie. This is a great craft for kids and Dad is sure to love that it will keep his favorite beverage cold.
Upcycled Tie – Find a solid color tie at a local thrift store. Chances are you can score one for a buck or so. Let children use fabric paint to decorate the tie as your children see fit. They will no doubt come up with a colorful creation that Dad is sure to love.
Remote Control Station – Find a simple, square storage basket. Fill it with dried snacks such as nuts, chocolate, and chips. Add a piece of Velcro to the side, and another piece to the remote control. Attach the remote to the basket, and Dad will always know where to find it along with some great snacks.
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Movie and Munchie Basket – Find a simple basket and fill it with dollar store candy and snacks. Add some inexpensive DVDs or a movie theatre gift card. You can even include “coupons” offering to treat Dad to a Redbox flick if you would like.
Personalized Cell Phone Case – Find a solid colored cell phone case at your local dollar or retail store. Let kids use Sharpies to create their own message to Dad on the case. Dad will love seeing their artwork and creativity each time he takes his phone out.
A Personalized Coupon Book – Snag a simple mini notebook at your local dollar store. On each page make Dad a personalized coupon he can redeem later. The coupons can be for things like chores, a massage, a lawn cutting, etc. Of course these coupons should never expire!
Personalized Drinking Glass – Find a fun, oven safe drinking glass or mug at your local dollar store. Use Sharpie markers to write a message to Dad on the glass or draw a picture. You can then bake the glass at 275 for about 20 minutes to set the design.
See how easy it can be to craft your own Father’s Day gifts? Give these tips a try and see what you can create!
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