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Looking for a Father’s Day Gift for any dad in your life?
Then these DIY Beer Caddy Ideas are just what you need!
I polled my followers over on IG a few weeks ago asking what they were looking for this Father’s Day and found that everyone was looking for a little bit of this and that.
In comes the DIY Beer Caddy Ideas! Perfect for Father’s Day, or really any occasion. They fit just about any budget and are perfect for any type of dad.
Inside of this post I’ve featured five different DIY Beer Caddy Ideas to get you started!
But first, you gotta check out Amazon’s selection for beer caddys and pick yourself out a nice one. I chose this D-Eco one because I plan to refinish it later, plus the inserts are removeable so I could fit many different things other than six beers inside!
Click here for their full selection.
Here are five different ideas perfect for any dad this Father’s Day!
For the: The Beer King
Exactly what you’d think the beer caddy could be used for- beer!
Stock it full of his favorite beers and maybe a new beer glass and you’re set.
For the Mechanic/Handy-Man
For this basket, I snagged a few easy things I know my husband uses all the time, or could use in his arsenal of home tools. I also included a few snacks and a new water bottle for long summer days working outside.
For the Car Dad:
Again, you could get much nicer things then what I put in this basket! But to give you a few ideas, I grabbed some new Armorall car products, microfiber towels, car scent he enjoys, as well as a new water bottle for car work in the summer heat.
For the Grillin’ Dad:
Summer is always a good time to refresh the grilling equiptment. I opted to snag him a few new grilling items along with his favorite sauces for grilling.
For the Best Dad:
This basket is simply filled with a few of his favorite things, new and old. I snagged the book at Target and actually already gave it to him because I knew he would love it! Then I filled the rest of the beer caddy up with a few of his other favorites and things to try out.
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