This Father’s Day, give him a present that he’ll really appreciate it. Anything that’ll remind him of his family may be a good shout when it comes to gift options. Whether it is a photobook filled with years of memories with the family, a photo backpack or even a family photos, it is the thought that counts. Plus, you can’t really go wrong with DIY gifts. No, you don’t have to go shopping and buy him any gifts. Simple gifts like DIY cards, or any other creative ideas like getting him personalized bobbleheads or a photo mug, can really touch him a lot as it’s the gift from the heart. Plus, it’s the thought that counts when it comes to giving gifts. Buying something that you know he will use regularly may be a better option. Even if it means checking out a site like Mobile Mob for a personalized phone case or you decide that creating a memory box with photos is a worthy gift, at the end of the day, we’re sure your dad will love whatever he gets. Anyway, here are some ideas that you can think of.
1. Laptop Desk
For a dad that loves to browse the web, this DIY laptop desk is the perfect gift. Choose a fabric that matches Dad’s style and is appropriate for professional occasions.
2. Recycled Rainbow Mobile
When the wind blows and the sun shines, let this mobile catch the magic. Using scrap materials, your gift will burst with all the colors of the rainbow. Dad can hang this outside the kitchen window or on the back patio.
3. Festive Wall Art
Looking for a gift that will last forever? Design mounted wall art with photos from a family vacation or favorite memory. He’ll be proud to display these in his office or at home—and they’ll remind him of all the fun times you’ve shared together.
4. Custom Mouse Pad
During a long day at the office, Dad can look down and be reminded of his favorite moments with you. With a personalised mouse pad, the special photo you add will bring joy to his day and a sense of lightness to all the work he does.
5. Leather Drink Sleeve
Remind him of his outdoorsman spirit with a leather drink sleeve. It’s way better than yet another store-bought “World’s Best Dad” mug.