You’ve got your Father’s Day card picked out, but what about a handmade gift for your old man? From wine bottle tumblers to homemade beef jerky, here are 48 DIY gift ideas for Father’s Day.

1. Wine Bottle Tumblers: Does your dad love a good bottle of wine? Then he’ll certainly get a kick out of these turned into tumblers. (via Brit + Co)

2. Jack and Coke Cake: Treat him to a spiked sweet, complete with Jack Daniels frosting. (via Brit + Co)

3. Tie-rific Cards: If you’re getting a bunch of dads together for the day, create these tie-rific cards! (via Then She Made)

4. Cord Roll: He may be newer to the tech scene, but your dad’s still got as many cables as the techiest of us. (via Brit + Co)

5. Tripod Camping Stool: You can go ahead and add this DIY project to your great outdoors file. (via Design*Sponge)

6. Gold Animal Wine Stoppers: These playful stoppers will add some pep to any wine collection. (via Brit + Co)

7. Firewood Tote: Does your pops love building up a roaring fire indoors and out? This tote makes carrying firewood a breeze. (via Whip Up)

8. Veggie Fries: Looking out for Dad’s health? Skip the deep fried taters and go for these yummy crispy veggie fries. (via Brit + Co)

9. DIY Handwarmers: Wait, who knew you could make your own hand warmers? They’re not the best for summer but a great gift for dads who love the snow. (via Armommy)

10. Meatballs, 3 Ways: The way to any dad’s heart is definitely through his stomach, and these three (somewhat healthier) takes on meatballs are the bee’s knees. (via Brit + Co)

11. Mustache Mug: Did your dad leave his signature mustache in the ’70s where it belongs? (via The Tortoise and the Hare)

12. Healthy Mini Donuts: For breakfast, serve up coffee (perhaps an Irish variety?) and our hack on healthier donuts. (via Brit + Co)

13. Rosemary Mint Shaving Cream: As much as you love Dad’s can of Barbasol, it’s time whip up a more natural shaving cream for him to try. (via Food for my Family)

14. Wooden Bungee Organizer: This functional piece of wall art is great for organizing ties, sunglasses, cords, and the like. (via Brit + Co)

15. Bacon Jam, Candied Bacon, Bacon Salt: Bacon in three forms. Why not? (via Pretty Organized)

16. Concrete Pendant Lamp: A few of these could be a great addition to a basement den, garage wood shop, or man cave. And they’re much better than those work lights that have been kicking around for years. (via Brit + Co)

17. Guinness Stout Brownie Pretzel Bars: Savory, sweet, and made with Guinness? You can thank us later for your newly acquired favorite child status. (via Hostess with the Mostess)

18. Comic Book Coasters: For the dads who still nerd out over old school DC comics. Just make sure you use comic books that you find at a thrift shop, and not in your dad’s vault of old books. (via Mod Podge Rocks)

19. Snickers Ice Cream Brownie Bites: These brownie bites are such a yummy summer dessert, especially after a savory day of BBQ. (via Brit + Co)

20. Homemade Beef Jerky: What now? Turns out beef jerky is a breeze to DIY. (via Art of Manliness)

21. Potato Chip Alternatives: So your old man needs to watch his cholesterol? These chip alternatives are baked and just as tasty as those ruffly potatoes. (via Brit + Co)

22. Whiskey, Caramel, Marshmallow, and Bacon Bark: Another one where the name of the recipe speaks for itself. (via Endless Simmer)

23. Floppy Disk Planters: Give some props to the man who introduced you to the floppy disk. (via Brit + Co)

24. Bacon + Beer Cupcakes: Also known as the manliest cupcake you’ll ever make. (via Brit + Co)

25. Laptop Riser: This is just a cool gift for any occasion really. (ManMadeDIY)

26. Landscape Photo Tiles: Find photos of places your dad loves and turn them into ceramic files. (via Brit + Co)

27. Remote Cookies: Meet the older and more mature cousin of our chocolate iPhone. (via Somewhat Simple)

28. Tie Boxes: Here’s a fun and festive way to decorate gift boxes, snack boxes, and the like. (via Eighteen 25)

29. Pocket Tie: Don’t give Dad another regular old tie when you can hack him a pocket tie! (via Brit + Co)

30. Bottled Cocktails: Your dad loves a good dark and stormy, so why not make a six pack of them to go! (via Brit + Co)

31. Black and Tan Beer Soap: Soap made from beer? Whoa. (via Soap Queen)

32. DIY Map Cufflinks: Take your dad’s favorite places and turn them into cufflinks. Win! (via

33. Bicycle Frame Lunch Bag: If the dad in your life loves a good bike ride, create this clever little lunch bag that’s perfect for a ride up the coast. (via Evil Mad Scientist)

34. Roll-Up Tool Organizer: Every dude needs a way to roll up all those tools. (via Craft Stylish)

35. DIY Leather Catchall: A snazzy leather tray is the perfect way to capture his heart, and his keys, and change… basically everything in his pocket. (via Jojotastic)

36. DIY Leather Strap Cutting Board: Your gourmet-loving dad will totally appreciate the addition to his cheese and charcuterie plate arsenal. (via DIY in PDX)

37. DIY Leather Camera Strap: Bring some life back to his old Minolta or Kodak that he captured your baby photos on with a custom leather strap. (via Brooklyn Limestone)

38. DIY Woven Basket: For the guy who is always trying to “clean up” by putting things into piles, this basket is his dream come true. (via Club Crafted)

39. Shaving Oil: Lots of cool dads have upped their beauty regime to include moisturizers and skin treatments. Help him along the way with this homemade balm. (via The Merry Thought)

40. DIY Wooden Cars: This one’s totally appropriate for small kids and grown men alike. They can work as play toys or items for display on his office shelf. (via La Maison de Lou Lou)

41. DIY Flask Upgrade: Bring some edge to his family reunion must-have with wood grain and his name. (via Almost Makes Perfect)

42. Stamped Tag: Sure, it’s a great gift tag, but it would also work just as well as on his key ring. Give the guy some options. (via Lovely Indeed)

43. Printable Card: On a budget? He’ll appreciate you saving your pennies and printing out this beauty. He’ll probably even display it on his desk at work too. (via Damask Love)

44. DIY Hanging Fish Decor: Gone fishing eh? Let him re-live his favorite lakeside moments with a bundle of fish on the door to “his bathroom.” (via Crafting Fingers)

45. DIY Mudcloth Bookmarks: Thankfully he hasn’t transitioned to a digital reader yet. This eclectic leather page saver is just what he needs for summer reading. (via Enthralling Gumption)

46. Custom Hat: He’s one cool dude, he’s a smooth operator. He’s a rad dad. (via Minted Strawberry)

47. DIY Beer Cap Coasters: Now he can serve his homebrew, or any beer for that matter, on some alehouse appropriate coasters. (via Sadie Seasongoods)

48. Father’s Day Pillow: T-shirt pillows are kind of the best idea ever, so make sure you whip up something fun with his worn-out plaids. (via The Urban Acres)

What DIY gifts have you given your dad in the past? What will you give this year? Tell us in the comments below!