I’m not a dad but I still tell dad jokes. I’m a faux pa! Don’t make your own faux pas when finding something for father’s day. Getting someone a gift is hard, and dads are exceptionally difficult to buy for. So, don’t bother buying, try one of these easy DIY projects that work great for Father’s Day!
1. Leather Belt
What did the 0 say to the 8? Nice belt!
Belts are a basic accessory. Everyone wears belts! Well, everyone who wears pants. Fashionable and functional, this belt is perfect for any dad who’s tired of constantly pulling their pants up, or for helping dad avoid plumber’s cleavage.
What did the baby corn say to the mama corn? Where’s popcorn?!
Is your dad not like other dads? Is he a cool dad? Help him show it with this cool bomber jacket! Perfect for walking the dog, or listening to Led Zeppelin while remembering the good old days, when kids went outside and he walked ten miles to school, uphill both ways.
What did the buffalo say when his son went away to college? Bison!
Not all dads use tools, but all dads need a place to keep tools. Try out this beautiful Leather Tool Roll, especially if there’s a leaky sink somewhere that your dad’s been avoiding.
Two termites walk into a bar. One asks, “Is the bar tender here?”
The button up is a basic in father couture. Bringing your brother to soccer practice, stopping at boring PTA meetings, and dropping the latest dad joke may seem like a daunting to do list, but anything is achievable in a button up. Pick up some funky buttons and give your dad a twist on this staple of dad fashion.
5. Jogger Pants
I went to buy some camouflage trousers the other day but I couldn’t find any.
Is your dad the ultimate Netflix marathoner? Or, is he all about athletics over athleisure? Either way, these comfy jogger pants are perfect for dads everywhere.
What do you call a fish with no eyes? A fsh.
Your dad loves you! He’s also very proud of you, which is why he needs this card holder to put all your school pictures in! Or, maybe he just needs somewhere to hold his list of dad jokes and embarrassing stories to tell your dates.
7. Boxer Shorts
A dyslexic man walks into a bra…
Boxer shorts are a perfect match for that robe your dad just can’t figure out how to close. Whether he’s walking to the front of the yard to grab the newspaper, or making breakfast food puns while cooking bacon, these boxers are perfect for any dad.
I’m not sure whether I should buy a new mattress… I’m going to have to sleep on it.
Since the dawn of time, children have been bringing their fathers ties. But, this is different, because making him a tie is way better than buying him a tie, which is exactly what your little brother Timmy is going to do. Don’t let Timmy win, upstage him with this DIY tie.
Why can’t bicycles stand on their own? Because they’re two tired!
Does your dad bike to work? Or does he fill up the bike’s tires every Spring, tell you about all the cool bike trails in town, and then leave the bike in the garage to gather dust? Make dad’s commute a little easier, or inspire him to get on his bike and ride with this beautiful bike satchel.
What do you call a fly without wings? A walk!
How will dad listen to his oldies music when his headphones are too tangled? How can he combine function with his love of leather? Answer those questions with this leather cord keeper, and never let dad miss the prank calls on his favorite station again.
Need something a little quicker? Check out 5 Super Easy DIY Gift Ideas for Father’s Day!