• DIY Gifts for Dad


    With Father’s day right around the corner we have gathered some simple DIY gifts you can make just in time for Sunday!

    Not only are handmade gifts more personal and special, they are also a great opportunity to upcycle materials you already have at home. It is a win-win!

    Here is our favourite DIY gifts for dad.


    Reclaimed Wood Magnetic Knife Rack

    This reclaimed wood magnetic knife rack requires a few tools, so maybe not the gift to go for if you have never even touched a drill before. If you can handle your tools, this knife rack will be a super father’s day gift! And the best bit is, you can customise the wood to suit the style and kitchen of the receiver.
    Maybe invest in a few new knives too, if they look rusty like that…

    Instructions can be found here


    Wooden Bungee Organiser

    With a set of bungee cords, a wood board, some wood stain and a picture hanging kit, you can easily create this nifty organiser, perfect for dads who needs a little help in getting organised. This wooden bungee organiser is really handy for keeping things like ties, sunglasses and ear phones neatly in their place. Plus, the bungee cords make them perfectly manly, so he will enjoy organising his stuff.

    Instructions can be found here


    Firewood Tote

    Ok, so we know this may not be the season for firewood if you are thinking fireplaces, but if you are thinking bonfires and fire pits it certainly is. This firewood tote is great for dads who hate being covered in dust and wood chips after carrying the firewood. Best of all? It is really easy to make and you can create it in whatever colour or design you (or dad) prefer.

    Instructions can be found here


    Marbled Watercolour Mug

    If you are looking for a cool gift that is personal but takes minimal effort, the Marbled Watercolour Mug is a great choice! All you need is a ceramic mug, a disposable bowl and nail polish. You can fill the mug with dad’s favourite sweets, tea or coffee for an extra treat.

    Instructions can be found here