Christmas is just around the corner, but it’s not too late to do some last minute shopping for the do-it-yourselfer in your life. Whether you’re shopping for an experienced craftsman or a weekend hobbyist, these last-minute gift ideas for do-it-yourselfers are sure to please.
New Tool Box
No matter how many tool boxes you have, it seems like there’s never enough space to store everything. Whether you choose a small, portable tool box or a large tool chest, this is a gift that is sure to be appreciated. Bonus points if you give this gift stocked with brand new tools.
For both hobbyists and professional do-it-yourselfers, the proper attire is important. Consider gifting a nice work shirt, new work boots or heavy-duty work gloves. Jackets and cold weather gear are also appropriate for those who do a lot of work outdoors or in cold garages.
A TV for the Garage or Workshop
If your do-it-yourselfer spends a lot of time working in a garage or workshop, a small TV makes an excellent gift. A nice radio is also a good option.
Keep your gift recipient toasty and warm with a small, portable heater. There are countless options available, and no matter which you choose, it will surely be appreciated by anyone who has experienced the chill of winter while working on a project.
Books or Magazine Subscriptions
Give the gift of a book on projects or techniques that your gift recipient is interested in, or enroll them in a subscription to a do-it-yourself magazine.
Home Improvement Center Gift Card
If you know where your gift recipient likes to shop, a gift card to their favorite home improvement center is always a great idea. With a gift card, he or she can pick up the tools or supplies needed for their latest project, a new book, organizational supplies and much more.
With only a few days left to get your shopping done for this holiday season, time is running out to find the perfect gift for the special do-it-yourselfer in your life. Any of the gifts listed above are sure to be appreciated by do-it-yourselfers of all skill levels, and your recipient will think of you the next time they’re working on a project.