Two Super Easy Father’s Day DIYs You Can Make Today


Father’s Day is this Sunday, and if you’re still searching for the perfect gift, why not get back to basics and make your dad something rad?

Today I’m sharing two incredibly easy DIYs that you can whip up right this second — you probably already have most of the materials hiding in your house. Check ’em out below and let us know in the comments how you plan to celebrate dear ol’ dad on Sunday.

Letter Tile Coasters

Cardboard coasters
Letter game tiles
Super glue
Mod Podge
Foam brush

Step 1:
Decide on the placement of your letters. If you’d like to include a hidden message, lay those tiles out first atop the coaster, then fill in the spaces with additional letters. Once you’ve laid out your tiles, flip them over one by one so you’re looking at the reverse. Press the tiles close together so they’re even.

Step 2:
Cover the coaster with super glue and carefully place atop the flipped-over letters. Press the coaster firmly to adhere to the tiles and allow to dry.

Step 3:
Once the glue has dried completely, flip the coaster over and, using the foam brush, brush a light later of Mod Podge over top. Allow to dry and serve dad a drink in style at your next game night!


Reusable Coffee Sleeve

Old button-up shirt
Needle and thread
To-go coffee cup

Step 1:
Cut a cuff off the button-up shirt. Use the coffee cup to ensure the correct diameter of your sleeve. Next, use the needle and thread to close the hem of the cut side of the cuff.

Step 2:
Once you’ve determined the diameter of the sleeve, sew the sleeve closed. Add buttons from the shirt for extra flair.


About Julie O.

A lover of all things vintage and vintage-inspired, Julie bought her first 1950s frock in the fifth grade. Since then, Julie has become a self-described connoisseur of vintage and thrift shopping, which she shares on her blog, Orchid Grey. When she’s not scouring the racks for the perfect vintage skirt, this native New Englander can be found deftly navigating the slopes of a ski mountain, taking road-trips to the beach, and exploring new places with a vintage camera in her hand.

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