DIY Father’s Day Gift – Homemade Six Pack of Treats for Dad!

DIY Father's Day Gift Idea - Homemade Six Pack of Treats for Dad If you’re looking for a homemade Father’s Day gift idea that the kids can make, then you’ve come to the right place. My son made this fun candy and treat filled six pack for Father’s Day complete with a chalkboard carrier for writing his own custom message! To create with your child for Dad, all you’ll need is a six pack of soda, chalkboard spray paint, a piece of chalk, washi tape and assorted treats like candy, nuts and whole coffee beans – whatever are Dad’s favorites.

Chalkboard Paint DIY Craft Project To get started, you’ll first need to drink all of the sodas in your six pack, wash them and allow them to dry thoroughly. Be sure you keep the lids. As these come with twist off caps, you can simply twist them back on after filling your bottles. Then, once you’re ready to start, simply spray paint all sides of your soda carton with two coats of chalkboard paint. Allow the first coat to dry completely before applying the second coat. My son created an easy mess free way to spray paint his container outside on the carport by using a large cardboard box as a shield.

DIY Washi Tape Decorated Bottles While your bottle carton is drying, you can use that time to dress up your bottles. This is so easy that kids of any age can participate. Simply wrap washi tape around the bottles or apply to bottles at random to create your own custom look.

Washi Tape DIY Craft Project Decorate all six soda bottles with washi tape. Once they’ve all been decorated, you’re ready to fill them up with candies, nuts or coffee beans. Be sure to pick treats or snacks that are small enough to fit through the opening of the bottle and remove without getting stuck.

Homemade Father's Day Gift Idea - DIY Washi Tape Decorated Six Pack of Treats You can fill the bottles in whatever way is easiest for you. You can use your hands as a funnel to pour the treats into the bottles.

DIY Washi Tape Snack Bottles Or you can use an actual funnel or – as Cody is using here – one of those reclosable soda can lid covers minus the resealable top.

DIY Father's Day Gift - Soda Bottle Six Pack Filled with Treats like Candy, Nuts and Coffee Beans Once all of your bottles have been filled, simply twist the caps back on and place back into the chalkboard painted soda bottle carton.

DIY Washi Tape Covered Soda Bottles FIlled with Treats and Snacks for Father's Day Now all that’s left is to write your message on the outside of the chalkboard bottle carton and gift! Tip: Be sure to prime your chalkboard surface before using. Wait 24 hours before writing on the surface, then rub over the surface with the flat side of the chalk and erase before writing for best results and to keep the paint from scratching off.

You can find more washi tape diy projects and diy chalkboard paint projects right here on Soap Deli News. For more Handmade Father’s Day Gift Ideas, be sure to follow my Father’s Day Gift Ideas board on Pinterest! You can also follow this blog via Blog Lovin’ or by newsletter so you never miss a post!

Comments

  1. This is such a cute idea, it is my father’s day craft this year. for what it’s worth
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  2. What a great idea! Love it!
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  3. So cute!

  4. Brenda–Bree says:

    That’s Really Cool wat u’ve done, ReBecca!! Awesome! Luv 2 u!! Bree&Bootsey:-):-)

  5. Samantha G. says:

    So so cute! I would even leave a couple of the beverages to wash the treats down with.

  6. Samantha G. says:

    Sorry, i just took a closer look and see you did just that!

  7. What a great idea!!!!! Love it!

  8. Very cool…

  9. Such a creative & fun idea! Wish I found this sooner – maybe I’ll do it for his birthday :)
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  10. Sandy Wendt says:

    This is so cute and looks so easy,my dad passed away 7 years ago this month..He would of liked something like this he had a sweet tooth.
    But I am going to put this to use in other ways.Thank you very much

  11. Love this idea! We made a six pack for my husband’s dad! he’ll love it!

  12. Rebecca,

    This is clever and cute.Your products are a terrific discovery also. I love botanicals! I’ll send my readers over by providing a link here. All the best!
    Debra Turner recently posted…Happy Father’s Day: A Good Man Is Not Hard To Find

  13. I used this wonderful idea from you. Check out my blog as I had to change it a little and work with what I had. However, I did give credit to you and your blog, so THANK YOU SO MUCH for posting this.

  14. I love the idea! I didn’t see it in time for fathers day but I plan on using it for a friends 21st birthday. :)

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