19 Last-Minute Father’s Day Gift Ideas That Your Dad Will Love.

19 Last-Minute Father’s Day Gift Ideas That Your Dad Will Love. March 31, 2023Leave a comment

Father’s Day is practically kicking down your door, and you probably have no clue what you want to buy for him. It’s okay. You’re not alone. Buying gifts for dads can be a tough challenge. You could buy him a tie or checked suspenders, but you got him that last year and the year before that, didn’t you? You have to do something new for him or your heart will break when you see his smile turn into a frown when he opens his gift. So, here are a couple of perfect store-bought and DIY ideas that make great last-minute gifts.If your dad loves nutty things, then get him a basket with jars full of nuts, peanut butter, M&M peanuts, and maybe a few Reese’s peanut butter cups here and there, so that he won’t have to worry about scavenging for a snack… at least, not right away.

You can repurpose them into something he can use, like a vinyl record bowl where he can put his keys or other trinkets in. You just need a real bowl that can go in the oven, a vinyl record, and an over on 350 degrees. Once you see the record warping, take it out and push it into the bowl to shape it.

You can go online and make your own label for your dad’s toolbox. Then, find a manly wrapping paper to wrap around this basket and add some much-needed snacks like beer, some Pringles, some Kit Kats, and anything else he might like.

Put everything he’ll need inside a (manly man) tin bucket full of tongs, and spatulas. Then add some jars with the condiments he’ll need to season the food he’s putting on the grill. Oh, and don’t forget the barbecue sauce and a brush to coat the burgers, the steaks, and the chicken with.

Yes! Yes! You can buy him one of those “World’s Best Dad” mugs, but he has a collection of those in his garage outback, which he’s using to store all of his loose nails. This leather drink sleeve is tough as nails, and a totally banging gift because it’ll keep his hands from burning when he’s drinking his coffee or tea.

It’s multi-layered so you can cook the English muffin slices, the eggs, the ham, and the veggies on their own, but at the same time, so that his breakfast sandwich will be nice and warm when he’s ready to bite into it.

Create a basket full of the ingredients he’ll need to make his favorite drink, like a Moscow Mule. You just need to get him a bottle of ginger beer, some vodka, a Moscow Mule mug, a lime, and some newspaper to place inside the container.

It’s a silly gift that will make your dad laugh. You just need a mug, a sharpie, some Pebeo porcelain gel and a pen. Then, draw the mustache with the sharpie, trace the drawn mustache with the Pebeo pen, and fill in the mustache with the Pebeo gel stain and wait for it to dry.

In lieu of those flower-scented candles, place some candle wax inside a small can of paint, stick a candle wick inside it, and add some citronella oil to the candle wax. Not only does it look and smell manly, but citronella will keep those pesky mosquitoes away when dad’s grilling on the weekend.

This is an awesome idea, especially if you have little ones who can help decorate this kit, because since dad’s a star, it makes sense that the bucket should have a bunch of stars on them. Then, load the kit up with a sponge, some cloth, spray cleaners, and cleaner wax.

Buy a white bucket, and use felt to create the red stitching from a baseball. Then, place some of his favorite baseball snacks like some peanuts, sunflower seeds, some Slim Jims, a mini-bag of chips, a new baseball and a hat that represents his favorite team.

This particular apron is perfect because the X separates the four different types of animals he’ll likely be cooking, like cow, pig, chicken, or fish. You just need a flour sack towel, some black woven trim, a few pins, freezer paper, an iron, a pencil, some fabric paint, a sponge brush and a sewing machine and you’re done. If dad happens to be a vegetarian or vegan, swap the designs for a variety of veggies and voila!

You can get him a Hydro Flask that’s 32 oz. for $39.95 and your dad can take it with him when he’s doing something outdoorsy, like camping. The Hydro Flask keeps the water inside ice cold for over a day. This is also an eco-conscious gift because now dad won’t have to buy plastic bottles anymore.

Just add the ketchup, barbecue sauce, some seasonings, an apron, and the arsenals he’ll need to flip those delicious burgers he makes on the grill. Oh, and don’t forget to add a can of beer in there. To finish it up, buy a black and white ribbon to it.

Treat that handsome face of his by adding some grapeseed oil, olive oil and an essential oil that just screams masculinity, like sandalwood. Then, all you need is a bottle, and a label and you’ve got a gift that will remind him of how much you love him every time he shaves.

Just buy a big jar, and add all of your dad’s favorite trail mix snacks, which can include an assortment of nuts, raisins, and of course, M&Ms. Then print a cute trail mix Father’s Day label and decorate the jar with some twine and some ribbons and you’re done.

You just need 1/3 cup of Shea butter, 1/3 cup of virgin coconut oil, ¼ cup of jojoba or sweet almond oil, 10 drops of rosemary essential oil, and 5 drops of peppermint essential oil. Then cook in a saucepan over low heat, add some shea butter and coconut oil, chill until it’s solid, mix, and place it in a lovely jar.

All you do is throw in some hot peppers inside a bottle and add some olive oil all the way to the top. Just make sure that you choose a bottle that makes it easy to pour, because once dad gets this gift, he’ll be pouring this oil over his salad, beef, chicken, and fish.

Laptops can get hot on the bottom, which means your dad needs to keep his legs from being scorched. To that end, you’ll need a wooden lap desk top, some foam square, some fabric, some trim, some scissors, some fabric glue, and a staple gun with staples, so you won’t have to do any sewing.

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