Father's Day Gifts 2013: 8 Homemade Presents Your Dad Will Actually Want (PHOTOS)

There's no way he'll be disappointed with one of these homemade goodies.

Before you know it, it'll be time to celebrate the dad in your life and all the awesome things he's done for you. But if you're still racking your brain to come up with awesome Father's Day gift ideas, there's no need to worry -- we've got your back.

We've rounded up eight homemade presents that Dad will actually want -- seriously. Scroll through our list and don't forget that Father's Day is Sunday, June 16!

Spearheading our list is an all-American classic: the DIY tie.
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And where will he hang said ties? On a DIY tie rack, of course!
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Here's a DIY rosemary shaving cream that leaves him fresh after his morning shave.
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And at the end of a long workweek, he can look forward to unwinding patio-side with this DIY mustache glass filled with his spirit of choice firmly in hand.
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A DIY comic book coaster to accompany that glass? Why not?
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But let's be honest. It isn't a relaxing time unless a sampler box of treats and cookies are ready and standing by. This is probably the easiest DIY of the bunch, too!
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And then there's the traveling dad. For him, we recommend a custom-made luggage handle cover. It'll stand out as a beacon of love on any airport conveyor belt.
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Finishing this roundup is a snazzy DIY card that reminds us of those awesome (albeit expensive!) Papyrus designs. You can save a ton of dough by making it yourself.
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For more handmade gift ideas, be sure to flip through our slideshow below.

Handmade Gifts For Him

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