If you need Father’s Day gifts from teens, you’re in the right place for ideas! It can be tough to find the perfect gift for Dad, and sometimes your favorite teen just needs a nudge in the right direction. While your teen wants to show Dad how much you love him, most don’t have a huge cash flow. These ideas below are either DIY projects or can be picked up inexpensively, making them excellent Father’s Day gifts from teens. Check out my ideas below!
5 Father’s Day Gifts From Teens That Will Make Dad Feel Loved
Father’s Day Mason Jar Bank
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Here is a fun little project that your teen can throw together for Dad for Father’s Day. Check out this Father’s Day Mason Jar Bank that’s a perfect project for teens to make. I especially like the clever “Dad’s Stache” bank. Dad can use it to save his pocket change, or even save up his fun money for something great. This personalized bank makes an adorable gift.
DIY Father’s Day Etched Glassware
Making a personalized glass DIY Father’s Day Etched Glassware is much easier to do than it looks. This project looks tricky to make, but is quite simple. I once made a personalized glassware bowl for my friend’s wedding with their initials, and it was a hit! This is the perfect project for teens to make for Dad! You can put Dad’s name on the glass, a funny nickname, or make him this awesome Jedi Dad glass. I’m also a fan of using the quote “Dad, The Man, The Myth, The Legend.” Dad will love his custom glass!
Make A Gift Basket
Father’s Day is the perfect time to gather some of Dad’s favorite treats together in one place. Maybe it’s candy, snack food or even chewing gum. Through together some of your Dad’s favorite in a basket and you can’t go wrong!
Father’s Day DIY BBQ Rub
If your favorite Dad is master of the BBQ, then this Father’s Day DIY BBQ Rub is a tasty gift for teens to make. This delicious and savory dry rub works well on chicken, pork, ribs or any of Dad’s fav slabs of BBQ. Add a cute label to your rub, and you have a quick and easy gift Dad will love!
Make A Playlist
Music is a language everyone speaks. While your favorite teenager and your favorite Dad may not share all of the same tunes, there must be at least a few songs they both love. Put together a few of Dad’s favorite tunes in a fun playlist, and don’t forget that song all of your sang along to on that big road trip you took! This would be lovely if you put all the songs on a flash drive and put the drive in a cute gift box.
Do you have any ideas for Father’s Day gifts from teens? What Father’s Day gift ideas do you have planned for your favorite Dad? Tell me down in the comments!