As it has annually for the past 21 years of my life, Father’s Day 2016 has snuck up on me. In my defense, I didn’t really care much about holidays for the first 5 or 6 years. However, now I don’t have an excuse, and with these awesome DIY gifts, neither do you! Disclaimer: I sought out all of these crafts with my own dad in mind, because I think he’s pretty cool, so they all have a little Papa Hill essence to them!
Is it a rule that all dads have about a million pairs of reading glasses? Or is that just mine? Papa Hill buys multi packs or readers about once every month or two because he either loses them or ruins them. Problem solved with this nifty craft that keeps your glasses free from scratches and easy to find!
Father’s day is just around the corner. This year instead of going with the universally accepted and oh so very common Father’s Day gift, a tie, I decided I would make my dad something to organize all those ties he has received in the past.
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With Father’s Day fast approaching, I went on the hunt for affordable and crafty ways to celebrate the occasion. Through my search I found these fantastic ideas that Dad will be sure to appreciate. As someone who has made a lot of coupon books and terrible versions of breakfast in bed, these crafts bring a clever way to celebrate the father in your life. Not to mention, he won’t have to pretend to like the burnt toast and coffee grounds you’ve brought him, or is that just me?
15-Minute Father’s Day Sock Bouquet – one good thing
As a universal truth, I believe that all dads love socks. This is a clever way to present his brand new pairs that will be sure to enlist a smile. Make sure they are washed and new before you tell him to “smell the roses.”