Ready for another Father’s Day gift? Our DIY grill trophy is perfect for any dad that is the master of the grill. This only takes minutes to make and Dad will love being handed this trophy on his special day. If you need more quick and easy Father’s Day gift ideas, be sure to check out the crafts from our partner blogs at the bottom of this post. It is Craft Lightning week around here and we are sharing crafts that take 15 minutes or less for Father’s Day all week! If you have missed any of the fun, check out the crafts from day 1 here.
Supplies needed to make your own Father’s Day gift:
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Start by using glue to secure the grill to the wood plaque. Note that my wood plaque came from a thrift store but you can absolutely used an unfinished one from the craft store.
Spray paint the entire thing with gold metallic spray paint. I removed the grate from the inside of the grill and spray painted that separately. Be sure to look for removable parts before painting. Paint in several thin coats then allow to dry completely.
Once dry, you can add a sentiment of your choice with the letter stamps and the Staz-on Ink.
I added the words “GRILL MASTER”. Just add one letter at a time until your Father’s Day gift is complete. Dad will love his DIY grill trophy!
If Dad is the master of the grill at your house, be sure to pick up your supplies to make this cute Father’s Day gift today. He will love showing off his new trophy!
Need more quick and easy crafts for Father’s Day? Check out the ideas below from our partner blogs! Start by making a fun Father’s Day mason jar in just minutes. Love that tie!
A daddy daughter frame is a perfect gift and can be made in just minutes. Love this idea!
You can turn fun shapes into homemade car air fresheners with some essential oils. A fun idea from Hydrangea Hippo.
Beard oil is all the rage now and you can make your own for dad with this tutorial from My Very Educated Mother.
Daddy daughter frames make a great gift idea! We have another version from Creative Cynchronicity!
Try another frame idea by adding scrapbook embellishments like this one from Dragonflies and Lillypads!
Dad will love a leather keychain like this one from 365 Days of Crafts.
Wrap up Dad’s present in style with this fun Father’s Day wrapping idea from DIY Inspired.
Everyone loves s’mores! Give dad a s’mores bouquet for Father’s Day!
My co-hosts for this series also have a couple of projects today. 30 Minute Crafts is turning an empty Instax cartridge into a fun photo frame.
Busy Mom’s Helper is sharing a great way to turn children’s fingerprints into a one of a kind gift for Dad.
Make a Father’s Day gift for Dad this year by using one of our ideas. He will love the homemade touch and you will love that it is budget friendly!