Gift Guide

Father's Day gifts that he'll love — and that the kids will love making

Father's Day is Sunday — do you have a present for dear old dad? Instead of running to the store to get dad another tie, check out these memorable gifts that would make father happy.

Family stepping stones and mugs

5 memorable last-minute Father's Day gifts to make with your kids

Your kids can help with Father's Day gifts this year — by using their hands and feet!

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A family stepping stone is a great Father's Day gift for the dad who loves to be outside.

This family stepping stone is easy to make and will remind dad how much his family loves him every time he's in the backyard.

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Your kids can help make these adorable homemade mugs for dad.

Upgrade dad's usual plain coffee cups by stamping your kid's hand print or footprint on the side.

Related: Chuck Todd on why he's changed his mind about Father's Day

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5 DIY out-of-this-world watermelon creations

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5 DIY out-of-this-world watermelon creations

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For the baseball lover

Creative Father’s Day gifts: baseball keepsake, indoor drone

You can make him a gift that'll be a home run to his heart. Have your tot put their hand print on a baseball, and place it in a clear display box to make a great keepsake for his shelf. Watch the video below to see the entire tutorial. Sweeten the day with this baseball-themed Father's Day cake.

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Creative Father’s Day gifts: Indoor drone for $30, candy stash

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Upgrade his mancave

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Give dad a space of his own and create a Man cave this Father's Day.

Every dad wants a space of their own to unwind in. Make an "upscale" man cave by experimenting with textures, lighting and themes.

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Start a new tradition this year. Whether it's having a picnic in the park or taking an annual family photo, dad will be sure to have great memories and look forward to Father's Days to come.

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TODAY anchor dads: We’re more hands-on than our fathers

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