A DIY Christmas gift for dad is a great way to express your love and appreciation without breaking your budget since the present will be unique and show how much thought you put into it. Read on to discover the best homemade Christmas presents for fathers who never ask for anything.
Finding a DIY Christmas gift for a dad who doesn’t want anything can be tricky. This is because fathers tend to be very particular about what they want and need, making it difficult to find something that meets their standards. Additionally, handmade gifts can take days or even weeks to complete, so keeping them a surprise might be impossible with dad in the house. Firstly, you must brainstorm ideas to determine dad’s favorite activities, hobbies, or pastimes. Secondly, consider enlisting help from a family member or a friend, whether it’s for finding a DIY gift idea, acquiring the necessary supplies, or crafting the present.
Here is a list of DIY Christmas gifts for dad that you will find in this article:
- DIY Swiss Army key ring
- DIY leather keychain
- DIY LEGO key organizer
- DIY LEGO pen holder
- DIY tie rack
- DIY photo explosion box
- DIY My Dad Rocks photo frame
- DIY twig frame
- DIY wood slice magnets
- DIY wood clock
- DIY bicycle rim clock
- DIY travel bag
- DIY leather blanket carrier
- DIY leather- and wood-covered notebook
- DIY laptop case
- DIY laptop riser
- DIY tripod bulb lamp
- DIY concrete pendant lamp
- DIY wood grain flask
- DIY bottled cocktails
- DIY mason jar cocktail gifts
- DIY infused vodka
- DIY bouquet of beers
- DIY wood beer caddy
- DIY etched beer glass
- DIY marble-dipped mug
- DIY comic book coasters
- DIY insulated cozies
- DIY wine bag
- DIY reindeer-stamped napkins
- DIY black and tan beer soap
- DIY beard oil
- DIY tie zip pouch
- DIY ball cap iron-on
- DIY roll-up tool organizer
- DIY Altoid tin mini toolbox
- DIY keepsake book box
- DIY mason jar snow globe
- DIY dreamcatcher
- DIY fire starter kit
- DIY custom matchboxes
- DIY grill set holder
- DIY dad’s stash of candy
- DIY tie box
- DIY bacon jam
- DIY chocolate marshmallow bacon bark
- DIY spiced honey-roasted nuts
- DIY iced gingerbread cookies
- DIY nutty bourbon brownies
- DIY Guinness Stout brownie pretzel bars
Keep reading to learn more about each homemade Christmas present idea for fathers.
1. DIY Swiss Army key ring
A DIY Swiss Army key ring is an ultra-cool Christmas gift for dads to organize their keys in the multi-tool pocketknife style instead of using a classical keychain. This project idea comes from Instructables and requires woodworking skills. The list of supplies includes pieces of wood, a thin sheet metal, machine screws, machine screw lock nuts, machine screw washers, a glue for bonding wood to metal, a wood stain, polyurethane, a drill and bit set, tin snips, sandpaper or a sanding block, small binder clamps, a pencil, and a ruler. Go to Instructables to get the full instructions.
2. DIY leather keychain
A DIY leather keychain is would make a personalized Christmas gift for dads who like leatherwork since you can cut the leather in any shape and stamp it with custom text. For example, write your father’s name, DAD or Merry Christmas. This project idea comes from The Crafted Life and requires leather, scissors, a mallet, letter stamps, a rotary hole punch, a sponge, and water. Check out The Crafted Life for additional information.
3. DIY LEGO key organizer
A DIY LEGO key organizer is a Christmas gift idea for a dad who needs a cool place to hang his keys. This project idea comes from ManMadeDIY (originally from Felix Grauer) and uses a flat plate as the wall-mounted key stand and spells KEYS on the top side. Keys are attached to the flat plate using Technics LEGO bricks with key rings. So dad will also be getting LEGO keychains together with the key organizer. Go to ManMadeDIY for additional information.
The design for this DIY LEGO key organizer should serve as inspiration since you can come up with your own model. Since it will be a Christmas present, you could use LEGO bricks in festive colors for the key hangers, such as red, white, and green.
4. DIY LEGO photo pen holder
A DIY LEGO photo pen holder would be an endearing Christmas gift for dad to place on this desk and view family pictures while working. This project idea belongs to Lalymom and shows how to build a box out of LEGO bricks with a couple of crevices for pens, which is attached to a flat plate. Head over to Lalymom to learn more.
5. DIY tie rack
A DIY tie rack is a rustic Christmas gift idea for a dad with tons of ties and nowhere to hang them. This project idea comes from Craftaholic Anonymous and requires two boards for the main piece and ledge, a wood stain, a foam brush, paper towels, wood glue, a brad nailer, a compound miter saw, old-fashioned nails, a hammer, a hand sander with fine-grit sand paper, a pencil, tape measure, a peg board, clear matte spray sealer, and sawtooth hangers. Head over to Craftaholic Anonymous for the complete step-by-step instructions.
6. DIY photo explosion box
A DIY photo explosion box would be a meaningful gift for a dad who appreciates surprises and family pictures. A photo explosion box is what appears to be an ordinary gift box that unravels to reveal a series of pictures. This project idea comes from Chaotically Yours and requires cardstock, complimentary scrapbook paper, scissors, a glue stick, pictures, a paper cutter, a scoring tool, and decorations like ribbons, tin boxes, paper flowers, or tiny bottles. Head over to Chaotically Yours for more information.
7. DIY My Dad Rocks photo frame
A DIY My Dad Rocks photo frame is a lovely Christmas gift idea for fathers who love puns since the frame is decorated with rocks and displays the My Dad Rocks message. This project idea belongs to Mommy Moment and uses a wood picture frame, acrylic paint, a paint brush, tacky glue, decorative rocks, scrapbook paper, markers, and a brown paper bag. To make the present Christmasy, use scrapbook paper with festive colors or patterns, such as red, green, and plaid. Check out Mommy Moment for the step-by-step directions.
8. DIY twig frame
A DIY twig frame is would make a great Christmas gift for a dad who loves rustic décor and needs a new photo frame for his desk. This idea is from our own repertoire and asks for a simple picture frame with wide borders, branches, a glue gun, beige acrylic paint, and a paintbrush. Check out our full guide for making a rustic twig frame and skip the parts for attaching a bow, paper flowers, and rhinestones. Add a favorite photo of you and your dad, and it will be a smashing success.
9. DIY wood slice magnets
DIY wood slice magnets would make a charming Christmas gift for dads who love rustic design. This project idea belongs to Suburble and shows you how to create tiny wood slice magnets using adhesive vinyl cut in the shape of woodland creatures and magnets with adhesive backing. Since this will be a Christmas present, use festive shapes, such as a snowflake, a gingerbread man, a snowman, a sugarcane candy, or a Christmas tree. Check out Suburble for more information.
10. DIY wood clock
A DIY wood clock would make a fantastic Christmas gift for a dad who needs a new wall clock and who loves the rustic décor. This project idea comes from Instructables and requires a clock kit, a large and thick wood slice, a keyhole hanger, and a battery. Check out Instructables for the complete tutorial.
11. DIY bicycle rim clock
A DIY bicycle rim clock would make a great Christmas gift for cyclist dads. This project idea belongs to wikiHow and teaches you how to build a wall clock using an old bicycle rim and a clock kit. Head over to wikiHow to get all the necessary details.
12. DIY travel bag
A DIY travel bag would make a practical Christmas gift for a dad who travels a lot and would appreciate a bag for storing his toiletries. The bag is customizable since you can monogram it with your father’s initials. This project idea comes from We All Sew and requires waxed canvas in two colors, lining fabric, Shape Flex Interfacing, a metal zipper, marking chalk, pins, binding clips, an embroidery sewing machine, a medium-weight tear-away stabilizer, a machine-safe basting spray, an embroidery bobbin thread, an embroidery thread, a reverse pattern foot, and a zipper foot. Head over to We All Sew to get the full instructions.
13. DIY leather blanket carrier
A DIY leather blanket carrier is a Christmas gift idea for stylish dads to carry their blankets to picnics or camping, or just when lounging outdoors. This project design belongs to Lia Griffith and requires scissors, a leather hole punch, leather, button stud rivets, and a blanket. Head over to Lia Griffith for the complete tutorial.
14. DIY leather- and wood-covered notebook
A DIY leather- and wood-covered notebook would be a thoughtful Christmas gift for a dad who needs a stylish notebook to jot down his ideas or organize his daily activities. This project idea comes from Paper and Stitch and requires mini composition notebooks, thin-wood veneer, scrap weather, heavy-duty craft glue, scissors, textile paint and a paint brush, and chip clips. Head over to Paper and Stitch for complete instructions.
This article from Paper & Stitch will give you all the information you need to create your own leather-and-wood-covered notebooks.
15. DIY laptop case
A DIY laptop case would make a thoughtful Christmas gift for the dad who needs a cool sleeve for keeping this notebook safe from damage. This project is from our own repertoire and requires thick felt, colored waistband elastic, coordinating thread, scissors, pins, measuring tape, and a sewing machine of needle and thread. To make the present festive, use a red-and-green waistband or sew Merry Christmas, dad! on top of it. You will have to borrow your father’s laptop when he is not home to get its measurements but, other than that, sewing this homemade laptop case is a breeze as long as you follow our instructions.
16. DIY laptop riser
A DIY laptop riser would make a practical Christmas gift for the dad who works from home or who likes to kick back and relax while watching a movie in bed. The riser provides a flat surface for the computer and reduces the risk of overheating. This project idea comes from Manmade DIY and requires a bent plywood stool, a saw, two screw-in towel hooks, an extension cord, and cable tacks. Head over to Manmade DIY for the complete step-by-step instructions.
17. DIY tripod bulb lamp
A DIY tripod bulb lamp would make an awesome Christmas gift for a dad who needs a new lamp for his desk and who appreciates modern design. This project idea belongs to Instructables and requires a ruler, pencil, scissors, protactor, hand saw, utility knife, wire cutters, sandpaper, electrical tape, wooden dowel rods, natural fiber cording, cardboard, a light bulb, a lamp socket, an electrical cord, and an electrical plug. Head over to Instructables to read the complete tutorial.
18. DIY concrete pendant lamp
A DIY concrete pendant lamp would be an amazing Christmas gift for the dad who loves designer lighting but does not want to spend a fortune to get one. This project idea comes from Brit + Co and requires concrete mix, an electrical socket with a switch and cord, plastic bottles, a threaded tube and nuts, a deck screw, sandpaper, a metal can, a box cutter or a knife, a cordless drill, and wire cutters. Check out Brit + Co for the complete information.
19. DIY wood grain flask
A DIY wood grain flask is a cool Christmas gift for dad, even if he is not a drinker since the flask can hold water, coffee, lemonade, and other beverages. This project idea belongs to Almost Makes Perfect and requires a simple stainless steel flask with a smooth surface, wood grain contact paper, a fine-tip paint marker, scissors, and an X-ACTO knife. This present is customizable since you can write your father’s name or Merry Christmas! Love you, dad! on the contact paper before attaching it to the flask. Check out Almost Makes Perfect for all the instructions.
20. DIY bottled cocktails
DIY bottled cocktails would make a creative Christmas gift for dads who love homemade cocktails. This project comes from Brit + Co and requires mini glass champagne bottles, bottle caps, a crown capper, a large glass pitcher, a small funnel, a measuring cup, bourbon, and champagne. To make this present more festive, decorate the bottles with Christmasy stickers. Check out Brit + Co for the complete guide.
21. DIY mason jar cocktail gifts
DIY mason jar cocktail gifts are a Christmas gift idea for dads who love mixing their own cocktails. This project comes from Something Turquoise and uses mason jar mugs, mini-skinny bottles of soda, mini bottles of alcohol, cute straws, twine and tags, and scissors. Go to Something Turquoise to find out all the necessary information.
22. DIY infused vodka
DIY infused vodka would make an unexpected Christmas gift for a dad who would appreciate homemade, flavored vodka. This recipe comes from Delish and teaches you how to prepare four types of infused vodka: pickle, red hot, cranberry lime, and caramel. The list of ingredients includes vodka, fresh dill sprigs, red pepper flakes, pickle juice, red hots, cranberries, lime, cranberry juice, and chopped caramels. Head over to Delish to check out the mixing directions.
23. DIY bouquet of beers
A DIY bouquet of beers is a creative Christmas gift for a dad who loves beer and surprises. This project idea comes from Unoriginal Mom and teaches you how to decorate a six-pack with paper roses so that it actually looks like a flower box. The list of supplies includes red and green cardstock for replicating roses with leaves, a cutting machine or scissors and a really steady hand, and scotch tape for wrapping the roses around the beer necks. You also need a cute box where the six-pack fits or sticker paper to mask the six-pack and make it look like a flower gift box, and wrapping paper to use as the flower box filler. To make everything Christmasy, decorate the so-called flower box with festive colors, such as red, white and green. Or make the flower box red and wrap a black ribbon around it with a gold embellishment in the middle to mimic Santa’s belt. Check out Unoriginal Mom for more information.
24. DIY wood beer caddy
A DIY wood beer caddy is a Christmas gift idea for a beer-loving dad to hold his beer in a customized wood caddy instead of the classical cardboard six-pack, complete with a wall-mounted bottle opener. This project design comes from eHow and requires a pine board, pine lattice, tape measure, dowel, grit sandpaper, miter saw, wood glue, brad nailer, brad nails, wood stain, wall-mounted beer opener, self-tapping screws, and nylon string. Head over to eHow for additional details.
25. DIY etched beer glass
A DIY etched beer glass is a Christmas gift idea for a beer-loving dad who would appreciate a custom-designed pint glass. This project design comes from Where The Smiles Have Been and requires etching cream, a pint glass, rubbing alcohol, paper towels, an applicator like a plastic knife, gloves, stencils, and a timer. Head over to Where The Smiles Have Been to check out the complete instructions.
26. DIY marble-dipped mug
A DIY marble-dipped mug would be a cool Christmas gift for a dad who needs a new cup for coffee or tea and who loves bright patterns with a marble effect. This project idea belongs to House of Hipsters and requires plain white coffee mugs, nail polish, a container or a plastic bin, bamboo skewers, and paper towels or parchment paper. Head over to House of Hipsters to read the full guide.
27. DIY comic book coasters
DIY comic book coasters would make a cool Christmas gift for a dad who loves comic books. This project idea comes from Mod Podge Rocks and requires electrical outlet covers, outdoor Mod Podge, engine enamel, authentic comic books or laserjet copies, E6000 adhesive, spray paint, a paint brush, sandpaper, and scissors. Go to Mod Podge Rocks to get the complete step-by-step instructions.
28. DIY insulated cozies
DIY insulated cozies would be a practical Christmas gift for a dad to keep his drinks warm in the winter and cold in the summer. This project idea belongs to Positively Splendid and requires a sewing machine with basic sewing supplies, quilting cotton for the outer body and body lining, heavy-duty insulated fleece with interfacings and stabilizers, fusible fleece, Velcro, coordinating thread, a point-turning tool, and a denim sewing needle. Use festive quilting cotton to make the cozies appropriate for a Christmas present. Head over to Positively Splendid for the sewing instructions.
29. DIY wine bag
A DIY wine bag is a Christmas gift idea for dads who love wine since they can easily carry it. This project design belongs to Paper and Stitch and requires medium-to-heavy-weight canvas, fabric dye, a sewing machine and thread, embroidery floss and a needle for hand stitching, and leather strips. Head over to Paper and Stitch to get the complete step-by-step instructions.
30. DIY reindeer-stamped napkins
DIY reindeer-stamped napkins are a lovely Christmas gift idea for dad since he can use them at home or at the office when enjoying his favorite meal. This project idea is from our own collection and requires a large rubber stamp, fabric paint or ink pad, a paint brush, white or cream napkins, tape, cardboard or scrap paper, and an iron. Check out the complete tutorial for crafting reindeer-stamped napkins on our website.
31. DIY black and tan beer soap
DIY black and tan beer soap is a cool Christmas gift idea for the dead who loves beer. This project idea belongs to Soap Queen and teaches you how to create manly cold-process soap that will remind your father of Oktoberfest, thanks to its black and tan color and the fact that it contains genuine beer. The list of ingredients includes coconut oil, olive oil, palm oil, lye, dark beer, distilled water, oatmeal stout fragrance oil, almond biscotti fragrance oil, super pearly white mica, and a vertical mold. Head over to Soap Queen to get all the instructions.
32. DIY beard oil
DIY beard oil is a Christmas gift idea for bearded dads who would gladly add something homemade to their beard grooming kit. This idea comes from Art of Manliness, which shows recipes for making beard oil in five flavors: Winter Cocktail, Christmas Tree, Candy Cane, Deep in the Wood, and Holiday Cheer. The list of ingredients includes a small bottle with caps, a carrier oil of choice, such as sweet almond, cold-pressed coconut or olive oil, and various essential oils, such as sandalwood, cedarwood, vanilla, tea tree, orange, cinnamon, and peppermint. Head over to Art of Manliness for the step-by-step instructions.
33. DIY tie zip pouch
A DIY tie zip pouch would make a meaningful Christmas gift for your dad when upcyling two of this old favorite ties to create a small bag for this watch, cufflinks, and other accessories. This project idea belongs to Polka Dot Chair and requires two neckties, a metal zipper, Fusible Fleece, Shape-Flex Fusible Interfacing, a fat quarter for lining, a sewing machine, and a zipper foot. Head over to Polka Dot Chair for the sewing guide.
34. DIY ball cap iron-on
A DIY ball cap iron-on is a Christmas gift idea for an outdoorsy dad since he can wear it during hikes or on bike rides. This project idea comes from Lia Griffith and requires a cutting machine, an iron, an embroidery needle, sewing pins, a simple ball cap, felt, iron-on, and embroidery floss. Head over to Lia Griffith to get the complete instructions.
35. DIY roll-up tool organizer
A DIY roll-up tool organizer is a functional Christmas gift idea for dads who need to store their wrenches and easily carry them around the house. This project design comes from Craftstylish and requires leather or denim, leather, twill tape, or grosgrain ribbon for the ties, a leather or metallic needle, an all-purpose polyester thread, heavy top-stitching thread, an embroidery machine with built-in numbers, embroidery thread, a tear-away stabilizer, and temporary adhesive spray. Check out Craftsylish for more details.
36. DIY Altoid tin mini toolbox
A DIY Altoid tin mini toolbox would be a cute Christmas gift for the dad who needs space for holding his screws and other tiny tools. Or he can use the toolbox to keep mints on his desk. This project idea comes from Alpha Mom and uses Altoid tins, a metal eye strap, blunt-ended tiny sheet-metal screws, 20-gauge beading wire, metal spray paint, a hammer, a big and a small nail, a flat screwdriver, and wire cutters. Check out Alpha Mom for the complete instructions.
37. DIY keepsake book box
A DIY keepsake book box is a cool Christmas gift idea for dad to stash away his memorabilia. It is always a clever way of organizing tiny objects on his desk, such as fidget toys and memory cards. This homemade project comes from How Does She and teaches you how to make a hole in an old hardcover book. Besides the book, you need an X-ACTO knife, Mod Podge, a ruler, a pencil, and embellishments. For instance, decorate the outside front cover with festive ribbons and stickers, or add a heartfelt letter to the inside front cover. Head over to How Does She to learn more.
38. DIY mason jar snow globe
A DIY mason jar snow globe is a festive Christmas gift idea for a dad who has everything and would love a makeshift snow globe as a new piece of décor. This project idea comes from Michaela Noelle Designs and requires a mason jar, tiny fake Christmas trees, a glue gun, and fake snow. Head over to Michaela Noelle Designs for all the details.
39. DIY dreamcatcher
A DIY dreamcatcher would be an endearing Christmas gift for dad to encourage good sleeping habits by keeping bad dreams away. This project comes from our own repertoire and uses scissors, silk ribbon in two colors, strass, regular yarn, twisted yarn, hot glue, and a metal hoop. The dreamcatcher is customizable since you can choose any colors for the silk ribbon, such as red and green to match the Christmas spirit. Find out everything you need to know about making a dreamcatcher from our website.
40. DIY fire starter kit
A DIY fire starter kit would make a charming, symbolic Christmas gift for an outdoorsy dad passionate about survival skills. This homemade project belongs to Lia Griffith and shows you how to put together a fire starter kit in mini jelly jars with matches and decorative objects. The list of supplies includes a Cricut cutting machine, scissors, mini jelly jars, small pine cones, matches, twine, moss, Cricut vinyl in linen, and transfer tape. Head over to Lia Griffith to get more details.
41. DIY custom matchboxes
DIY custom matchboxes are simple, fun, and practical Christmas gifts for dads. This project idea comes from The Crafted Life and shows several designs for decorating empty, white matchboxes with acrylic paint. There are many ways to stick to the Christmas theme when painting these matchboxes. For instance, draw snowflakes, Santa Claus, snowmen, reindeer, gingerbread men, candy canes, or Christmas trees with lights. You can also write messages like Merry Christmas! Love you, dad! Be sure to decorate multiple matchboxes in different designs. Check out The Crafted Life for more information.
42. DIY grill set holder
A DIY grill set holder is a fantastic Christmas gift idea for a grillmaster dad who needs a dedicated space to organize his grilling utensils. Finally, dad can stop asking mom to bring the grilling tools from the kitchen at each hosted barbecue. This project idea belongs to Let’s DIY It All and requires weather-resistant wood panels, spray paint, an aging solution, screws, knobs, vinyl, and a spray polyurethane. Head over to Let’s DIY It All to get the complete instructions.
43. DIY dad’s stash of candy
DIY dad’s stash of candy is a cool Christmas gift idea for fathers with a sweet tooth and a sense of humor. This project belongs to Alice Wingerden and shows you how to fill a mason jar with candies, wrap the jar with decorative tape, and attach a sticker that says Dad’s stache and has a mustache in the middle. Go to Alice Wingerden for more details.
44. DIY tie box
A DIY tie box is a cute and cheap Christmas gift for the dad who likes to snack at the office. This project idea belongs to Eighteen25 and requires a plastic box, cardstock or patterned paper, an adhesive like glue, dad’s favorite snacks, and a template. To make the present festive, use red, white and green patterned paper or add Christmasy shapes like gingerbread men, snowflakes, or pine trees. Head over to Eighteen25 for the complete step-by-step instructions.
45. DIY bacon jam
DIY bacon jam is a great Christmas gift idea for dads who love bacon and jam since you can combine these two to create a sweet and savory condiment. This recipe comes from The Endless Meal and uses bacon, onions, brown sugar, water, coffee, and balsamic vinegar. You will also need a mason jar to store the bacon jam, a festive ribbon to wrap around the jar lid, and a sticker that says Merry Christmas, dad! Head over to The Endless Meal for the cooking directions.
46. DIY chocolate marshmallow bacon bark
DIY chocolate marshmallow bacon bark is a Christmas gift idea for dads who appreciate homemade desserts with unexpected ingredients like bacon and whiskey. This recipe belongs to Holly Bacon and requires semi-sweet chocolate, mini marshmallows, whiskey, Highlander caramel, and spiced bacon crumble. To make the crumble, you need bacon, sugar, water, egg white, black pepper, and cayenne. Head over to Holly Bacon for the complete tutorial.
47. DIY spiced honey-roasted nuts
DIY spiced honey-roasted nuts would make a delicious Christmas gift for a dad who loves sweet, spicy, and salty snacks. This recipe is from our repertoire and calls for mixed nuts, runny honey, butter, ground cinnamon, cayenne pepper, ground nutmeg, ground ginger, salt, and turbinado sugar. Find out everything you need to know about baking these spiced honey-roasted nuts by reading our guide.
48. DIY iced gingerbread cookies
DIY iced gingerbread cookies would make an appetizing Christmas gift for a dad who loves snacking on gingerbread cookies decorated with a snowflake pattern. This recipe is from our own collection and uses butter, light brown soft sugar, golden syrup, treacle, water, orange zest, ground ginger, ground cinnamon, ground cloves, baking soda, all-purpose flower, powdered sugar, lemon juice, and egg white. Discover all the cooking directions for baking these iced gingerbread cookies.
49. DIY nutty bourbon brownies
DIY nutty bourbon brownies would make a tasty Christmas gift for a dad who has a sweet tooth. This recipe is from our website and shows you how to make gooey, fudgy brownies with a boozy kick and crunchy nuts. The list of ingredients includes mixed nuts, butter, dark semi-sweet chocolate, eggs, light brown soft sugar, granulated white sugar, bourbon whiskey, vanilla extract, all-purpose flour, cocoa powder, and salt. Check out all the cooking directions for baking these nutty bourbon brownies.
50. DIY Guinness Stout brownie pretzel bars
DIY Guinness Stout brownie pretzel bars are a Christmas gift idea for dads who love snacking while having a cold one. This recipe belongs to Hostess with the Mostess and calls for bittersweet chocolate, butter, egg, white sugar, brown sugar, cocoa, flour, salt, vanilla, Guinness beer, and semi-sweet chocolate chips. Go to Hostess With The Mostess for the cooking directions.
No matter what your dad is into, there is a DIY gift on this list that he will love just because it is from you. And the best part is that you made it yourself! Show off your creativity and craftiness with one of these unique presents. Your dad will be impressed that you took the time to make him something special.
If your mom wants to take the same DIY route but has no idea where to start, check out these Christmas gift ideas for husbands.