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20 homemade gifts for Father's Day

20 homemade gifts for Father's Day


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Glasses that throw away


Mr printables

Here is a pair of cardboard glasses that will not go unnoticed when your dad puts them on the tip of his nose. All you have to do is print the model and move on to cutting! Source: Mr Printables

Washi tape tie


Omiyage Blogs

To customize your Father's Day card, bet on the washi tape. On this model for example, it made it possible to create colorful and funny ties. Source: Omiyage Blogs

A pencil holder like no other


Club Chica Circle

To make your dad have the most beautiful pencil holder in the office, dress a tin can with a small shirt and a tie that you will have previously cut out of fabric. Source: Club Chica Circle

Dinosaur-shaped photo holders


Three Little Monkeys Studio

To make these funny photo holders, cut out your old dinosaur-shaped figurines, paint them in flashy colors and glue a large magnet inside. Source: Three Little Monkeys Studio

A surprise box


Do it yourself

Once this little box has been printed, cut and assembled, slide a few sweets inside to please your dad. Source: Do it yourself

A custom cushion


Photobucket

With a photo of him when he was young or with a photo of you, customize a cushion that he can highlight in his favorite chair! Source: Photobucket

A 3D map


Mr printables

To make this lovely Father's Day card in 3D, start by cutting out the template and then follow the steps explained in detail on the Mr Printables blog one by one. Source: Mr Printables

A personalized tie


Collective ribbon

To send a message in an original way to your dad, make him a pretty cardboard tie that will not fail to touch him. Source: Collective Ribbon

A stool that throws!


Sponge design

To show off at the campsite all summer long, make a pretty wooden and leather tripod stool for D-Day. For this you will need a lot of equipment and above all a good dose of patience. Get started today to be ready on June 19. Source: Design Sponge

A cable travel pouch


Brit + co

A travel pouch for leather cables. Source: Brit + co

A photo montage


Controlling craziness

A very nice photo montage idea with simply cut cardboard and a little sun ... Source: Controlling craziness

Surprise envelopes


Oh happy day

Surprise envelopes designed like an advent calendar. Source: Oh happy day

A cachepot in floppy disks


Brit + co

A flowerpot made from old floppy disks. Source: Brit + co

A wood tensioner accessory door


Brit + co

Wooden accessory holders and tensioners. Source: Brit + co

A candy jar


City to sticks

A custom candy jar. Source: City to sticks

Diy vinyl clock


Decorating your small space

A clock made from vinyl. Source: Decorating your small space

A personalized t-shirt


She knows

A personalized t-shirt. Source: She knows

A wooden block pen holder


Create craft love

A wooden block transformed into a personalized pen holder with photos. Source: Create craft love

A personalized porcelain mug


Spoonful

Porcelain markers, a cup and full of talent. Source: Spoonful