Father’s Day is coming and if you’re looking for an easy, thoughtful DIY Father’s Day gift that can also be made last minute, I’ve got you covered. For those of you who liked my Mother’s Day Gift In A Jar I give you Father’s Day Gift In A Crate. Because crates are manly, of course.
Okay, so it’s a fancy crate. Hey, you can’t blame a girl for choosing a crate that (hint) doubles as a hangable piece of wall decor. Hellooo gallery wall! So what’s in my crate? A few pretty neat things that combine form and function. I’ve listed them all below with easy and FAST online purchase options. Procrastinators unite!
My Father’s Day Gift In A Crate has a couple of neat things you may never have seen:
This TANK UP Coffee Mug which actually changes colors and shows the “fuel tank” getting full when a hot beverage is added is pretty awesome.
Some self setting rubber because what dad doesn’t like to come to the rescue and fix things even if they um…aren’t particularly handy? You can fix phone charging cords, shoes, and maybe even your marriage with this stuff.
Then I have some manscaping items which are a little fancier than your average drugstore purchases:
A highbrow Razor he probably wouldn’t have bought for himself.
A shaving brush that falls into the same category. Oh men.
This nick stick which I remember my own father having when I was a kid and certainly seemed like a better solution than toilet tissue covered battle wounds.
Some post shave face lotion, though do not be deceived. I actually steal my face lotion from my husband. Who’s high maintenance now?
This hair product which allows for styling without freezing hair into some kind of dried gel helmet nightmare. Ahem, Pauly D.
And lastly, my Father’s Day Gift In A Crate has a giant chocolate bar. Because, chocolate. Perhaps he’ll be so busy with his new haul that you’ll get to eat it. Win-win.
If my dad didn’t already have one and I wasn’t the dedicated builder of all the things in our home, there would be a ratcheting screwdriver in this Father’s Day Gift In A Crate. Seriously, if you’ve lived life with a regular screw driver you’re missing out. It makes assembling furniture, kid’s toys and just about everything else way easier.
Now you’re set to make your own easy, last minute father’s day gift. If you liked my Father’s Day Gift In A Crate you can pin it below.
You can also check out my Mother’s Day Gift In A Jar. Lots of favorites for mom in there too.