Five of the Best Gifts for DIY Lovers

Nov 15 2019
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When I first read this article I wondered if I would personally want any of the gifts it suggested because I’m weird and picky as hell. Turns out though I WANT THEM ALL lol. I am that girl that literally has sand paper on her Amazon wishlist and I have had an electric paint sprayer on there countless times only to remove it thinking: Do I really need it though? Yes, I do want it and need it because it is returning to my Amazon wishlist right now! My aunt purchased a magnetic arm band for me last winter to hold screws and nails etc. Its too big for me because I’m little compared to who it was probably “made” for but I absolutely LOVE it.

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It’s hard enough choosing a gift for the person who has everything, but what about the person who can make anything. DIY aficionados are skilled at creating something from nothing. If there’s something they want but don’t have, chances are they have a plan to create it.

Fortunately, there are plenty of opportunities to buy something a DIYer will love. This holiday season, try one of these five useful gifts that the DIY expert in your life will love.

Electric Paint Sprayer

Electric paint sprayers are ideal for people who do a lot of painting projects. There are numerous benefits to using a sprayer over a traditional paintbrush. First and foremost, it’s a lot quicker than using a brush. A sprayer also provides even, streak-free coverage, even in the nooks and crannies that prove too challenging for brushes.

Buying an electric paint sprayer for the DIY expert on your list is a gift that will keep on giving. It will make their projects run a lot more smoothly, and they may return the favor with a custom gift in the future.

Vinyl Cutter

Vinyl cutters are versatile tools that make DIY creations a breeze. With a high-quality vinyl cutter, the DIYer in your life will be able to create custom shirts, glasses, bags, and accessories. This is the ideal gift for someone who wants to turn their creative hobby into a business venture.

There are different types of vinyl cutters to look into. Before deciding, talk to the recipient about what they want to accomplish and what their favorite type of project is. Ask whether they’d want something that can handle big projects or something portable. Ask what kind of materials they like to work with. Then, you’ll be able to choose the best vinyl cutter for their needs.

Bucket Boss Tool Organizer

The Bucket Boss is the best affordable gift for DIY crafters and builders. This innovative organizer fits over a five-gallon bucket and features over 50 pockets to store tools and supplies. Best of all, there are zipper pockets and interior loops for longer tools. The over-the-bucket format of the storage unit makes it easy to transport and store.

The heavy-duty canvas and stitching of the bucket boss make it durable enough for full-time builders. The DIYer on your list will love the ability to store their favorite tools in an accessible area without taking up too much space. 

Flexible Phone Tripod

Flexible phone tripods aren’t just for fitness Instagrammers. Your DIY fan will be able to use this tool for multiple functions. The adjustable arms will allow the recipient to adhere their phone in a convenient location while staying hands-free, so they can follow tutorials online as they create. This feature will also make it easier to light up their project using their phone’s flashlight feature.

If your DIY lover makes their own videos or showcases their work online, the tripod can be used to get high-quality footage while they work. Just make sure they credit you for the purchase on their Instagram.

A Multitool

What’s a DIYer without a multitool? Multitools are versatile and easily transportable, making them a must-have for anyone who loves to DIY. They’re also great to have on hand instead of a massive toolkit if you don’t like DIY projects, but need to have something on hand for basic home maintenance

When looking for the perfect multitool, search for something that has useful attachments rather than opting for something with the highest number. You also want something with durable, high-quality materials, so it lasts. The Leatherman Surge Multitool and Gerber Dime Multitool are two fan favorites for this holiday season.

These five gifts are great for the person on your list who likes to create, build, and craft. While the joy of giving without an agenda is the spirit of the holiday season, there’s no harm in hoping that the recipient uses one of these amazing gifts to create something for you.

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2 Comments

  1. November 15, 2019 at 4:59 pm

    I’d add an ice bag and bottle of Aleve

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