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Dad, You’ve Nailed It! Homemade Gift for Dad

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Can you believe Father’s Day has rolled around again? I have found that the perfect gifts for Father’s Day combines something personalized and handmade with something that dad really needs which, for my husband, usually means a cool new gadget or a handy tool for all the DIY projects he does around our home. 

This simple, inexpensive, and handmade sign would be great in the house, garage, or anywhere else dad wants to hang it. Whether or not Pops is handy around the house, he will appreciate the sentiment.

Dad, You've Nailed It Homemade Father's Day Gift

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Homemade Gift for Dad – DIY Sign

Supplies Needed:

  • 8”x10” board
  • Nailed It Printable
  • Spray adhesive
  • Duct tape
  • Small hardware items like: screws, nails, washers, etc
  • Hot glue gun/sticks
  • Sandpaper

Nailed It Fathers Gift


Pick up a 10” wide board in any length at your local home improvement store. I bought a 4′ length board and had it cut into 8”x10” pieces for future projects. The 4′ board only cost me $2.49.

Dad Nailed It Printable

Right click the image above and choose ‘Save as’ to save this printable to your desktop. Open and print the ‘Nailed It’ printable onto an 8″x10″ sheet of plain white printer paper or card stock in the color of your choice.

Trim your printable to fit your board. Next, spray the back of your printable and board with adhesive spray and press the paper printable onto your wood board, making sure to smooth out any air bubbles. If needed, you can adjust the position of your printable for the next 30 seconds before the adhesive dries and becomes too strong.

Spray Adhesive Nailed It

Rough up the edges of your board with sandpaper to create a rough-and-tough look, if desired. Next, heat up your glue gun. While you wait for it to warm up, have your child arrange the screws and nails around the board. When the glue gun is ready, simply pick them up, add a dot of hot glue to where you would like to glue the screw or nail, and replace.

Nailed It Screws

To create a hanger, fold a 5″ piece of duct tape in half, sticky side to sticky side.

Hot glue each end of the duct tape hanger to the back of the board about 1” from the  center on each side.


Walmart Tools for Dad

Round out Dad’s Father’s Day gift with something he really wants, whether that’s something for his Man Cave, a new power tool, or something he has his eyes set on. has everyday low prices and you’ll find great gifts for the men in your life, no matter what you’re looking for.

What Father’s day gifts are you shopping for this year?

Robin Wilson

Wednesday 18th of June 2014

I think this is just super cute and so easy and inexpensive to make. Great birthday or holiday gift too!

Kimberly Lewis

Monday 16th of June 2014

I love this! Pinned. Thanks again, for being a part of our party. I hope to see you tonight at 7 pm. Lou Lou Girls

KC Kahn the Kitchen Chopper

Monday 16th of June 2014

So cute. I'm sure any Father would appreciate this placque. Thanks for sharing at #theWeekendSocial. Hope to see you next week as well. As always, I'm off to pin! :)

Pixel Berry Pie

Sunday 15th of June 2014

Very cute idea! Handmade gifts are always the best, because they come from the heart.

Thomas Murphy

Sunday 15th of June 2014

Awesome idea!

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