25 Gifts to Make for Men


You requested and now it’s here! I did 25 Gifts to Make for Kids this Christmas and then 25 Gifts for Women, so here you have it-25 Gifts to Make for Men this Christmas! Now, you and I both know that making things for guys is harder than it is for women. In fact, when I searched the internet for ideas I laughed at what some people called “gifts for men.” To me a throw pillow embroidered with His and Hers doesn’t scream “give this to a man!”

I’ve tried to keep these as manly as a can, and I know not all of them are for every man, but hopefully they will get your creative juices flowing!

25 Gifts to Make for Men this Christmas:

25 Gifts to Make for Men this Christmas

 

Leather Laptop Case by Sweet Verbena:

Leatherlaptopcase

Camp Chair from Design Sponge:

Campchair

iPad Sleeve from Sew 4 Home:

Ipadsleeve

Golf Club Covers from Positively Splendid:

Golfcovers

Car Kit from Holidash:

Carkit

Tread Belt from Instructables:

Treadbelt

Necktie Zipper Pouch from The Polkadot Chair:

Necktiezipperpouch

Tool Tote from Sew 4 Home:

Tooltote

Star Wars Lego Clock from Instructables:

Starwarslegoclock

Tool Organizer from Craft Stylish:

Toolkit

License Plate Clock or Sign (I can’t find a source on this one, so if you have a source, let me know!)Licenseplates

BBQ Rub from Real Simple: (maybe package it up a little more manly)

bbq-rub

Favorite Team Necktie from Crazy Little Projects:

Sportsteamties

 Shave Soaps by Sweet C’s Designs:

Shavesoap

 A Clock from a Bicycle Brake by Instructables:

Clock

 Necktie Eyeglasses Holder by Olive and Love:

Necktieglasses

Notebook iPad Case by 2 Modern Blog:

ipad1

 

Leather Case from Instructables:

Leathercase

Make your own Suspenders from HippoMippo:

father diy4

Manly DIY Gift Certificates from The Petit Cadeau:

Giftcert

Woven Paracord Watch from Instructables:

Paracord

Backrub Shirt from The Blue Basket:

Backrubshirt

 

Stadium Blanket from Sew 4 Home:

Stadiumblanket

Leather Journal from Mufn Inc:

Leatherjournal

Zen Garden for his office from Curbly:

Zengarden

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Comments

  1. Kathy says

    Oh thank you, thank you, thank you for posting this! Its always so hard to find something (DIY) cool for the guys, and these are the bomb!

  2. Michelle says

    Thank you for this post! Your timing is perfect. I have been stressing over what creative and handmade gift to make for my son-in-law for Christmas. Now I know! Thank you!

  3. Cindy Dahlgren says

    Absolutely love these ideas. Making one of the clocks for sure, and maybe the paracord watch band, Good ideas. Thanks!

  4. Catherin . Williams says

    I love all of these, I’ve got a conservative, golfer dad, and a very cool, stylish, metrosexual brother-in-law, and I found projects for both.
    I know you joked about the throw pillows, but my 8-year-old and I did make a great one for my dad, PaPaw, who had a favorite leather chair for watching the Golf Channel. I apologize for not having a photo handy, but I’ll add one, promise! Cont’d….

  5. Catherine Williams says

    Pillow 4 a dad/granddad:
    Cut out (2) 6″x12″ rectangles of canvas. 
    Have your kiddo(s) cut a heart from a scrap of burlap.Have them handwrite in pencil on 1 rectangle something like “PaPaw’s Special Places: His Chair and My Heart”. I hand-stitched over the writing in red, top-stitched the heart to one side, added the year in red, as ndmade a simple pillow. The less-perfect the heart & writing are, the more PaPaw will LOVE IT!

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