Need some last-minute inspiration for a Father’s Day gift? Making something from scratch shows how much you care, and these easy projects are quick to knock up, and don’t require lots of hard-to-get-hold-of materials. So if you’re stuck for a gift for tomorrow, you’re in luck..
Mason Jar Terrarium
This easy mason jar terrarium tutorial is simple enough to put together that kids can get involved. The project pictured uses faux greenery so it needs no looking after, but add some soil under the moss, and you could plant the real thing with very little fuss.
DIY fries box card
This homemade Father’s Day card project includes a free printable for the fries box, then you can personalise the messages you write on the fries to pop inside.
These decorated mugs look great, and are so simple to make. Copy these eyelash and cactus mugs or channel your creativity to draw a design of your own – you could even personalise it especially for your dad. This project uses a porcelain pen, but a black sharpie will also do the job (once decorated, leave to dry for 24 hours if possible, place in the oven, turn the oven on to around 170 degrees celsius, bake for 30 minutes, switch the oven off and remove the mug once completely cooled).
Printable promise coupons
Promise coupons or vouchers are a popular present in our house, and these printable Father’s Day designs make this project a cinch to make quickly ready for Father’s Day.
The perfect summer evening treat, this little DIY S’Mores Kit includes all the toasty tasty essentials – marshmallows, biscuits, chocolate and skewers – plus a tea light and match so dad doesn’t even need to light a fire (although we’re big family bonfire fans!).