DIY Father’s Day Gift Glasses Holder

Finding a Father’s Day gift maybe is a bit tricky, especially a DIY Father’s Day gift. All you can see are just the same gift over and over on internet. But maybe if you get the gift idea by carefully watch your father’s or your husband’s habits, then you will have an useful and personal gift for your dad or husband on Father’s Day. Like I did last year with Dad’s Coin Jar for Father’s Day gift. I have another idea for this year Father’s Day gift that you can do it yourself and very useful. Yes, a DIY glasses holder for Father’s Day gift.

This DIY Father’s Day gift is actually a glasses holder plus a handphone holder too. Which is great for Daddies. They usually put they glasses or handphone anywhere and forget where to look afterwards. So, if you gift them with a glasses and handphone holder on Father’s Day, they can be more organized with their glasses and phone. How to make? It’s easy, just scroll down to see things that I use and complete tutorial on how I made the glasses holder for Father’s Day gift.

Things To Prepare

Basically, this project is flexible in supplies. You can use anything you can find at home that resembles things that I use to make my DIY glasses holder for Father’s Day gift. Anyway, here is the list of supplies to make my DIY Father’s Day Gift, a glasses holder :

  • PVC panel – white color. (you can use white painted wooden panel or any other panel that you have and you can work with)
  • Mustache made from paper card
  • Cabinet holder
  • hot glue

How To Make

My glasses holder plus handphone holder is super easy to make and very useful for daddy whose always put his glasses anywhere. Great for DIY Father’s Day gift. By the way, this is the step by step tutorial on how to make Glasses Holder for Father’s Day Gift :

1 .Cut the PVC panel in 5 pieces, with 3 different shapes and dimensions. 1 rectangle and four squares. Mine are two of 4 inches x 4 inches squares, two of 2 inches x 2 inches squares and a 2 inches x (4 inches minus 2 times of the thickness of the panel).

2 .I don’t need to paint it as I like it in white just the way the panel is. But if you have a wooden panel, then paint it in white to get a contrast look with the mustache.

3 .Glue with hot glue gun all the cut panels into a holder. Let it dry.

4 .Continue with adding a nose as the glasses holder by using cabinet door knob. Glue it with hot glue. Let it dry.

5 .lastly is to add a little cuteness and of course some masculine look to Daddy’s glasses holder; yes, a mustache! Glue it right under the door knob nose. And done!

Not just this glasses holder looks fantastic for a DIY Father’s Day gift, but it is also help daddy to be more organized. Have it wrapped in a nice gift box and hand it to him on Father’s Day; I’m sure he will be thrill with the this practical yet personal DIY Father’s Day gift. Get inspired? I hope you do!

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14 thoughts on “DIY Father’s Day Gift Glasses Holder”

    1. Thank you so much Beth! Thank you for the invitation, I lost your link, but now I’m glad you came by. Happy to join your party! hugs!


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