Ten excellent (yet affordable) DIY Gift Ideas for $10 or less.
Let’s face it, finding a great gift for the do-it-yourselfer in your life is not easy — specially when the hole in your pocket seems to be getting bigger and bigger.
Well, I’d like to help make your gift finding (and buying) a little easier and a whole lot more affordable with this list of 10 useful DIY gifts.
That’s right, each of the following DIY tools cost ten dollars or less. And since most come with Craftsman’s Lifetime Replacement Guarantee, you buy once and own for life. So, no matter what’s happens to the tool, Craftsman (Sears) will replace it for free.
So here we go. Great gift ideas for your Mom, Dad, Grad, Brother, Sister, Aunt or Uncle — even yourself.
10 Incredible DIY Gift Ideas
Stanley’s New DIY Collection:
Plastic Tool box/organizer
18 1/8″ X 13 1/16″ X 3 1/8″
Available at selected Target and Home Depot Stores, about $9
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Craftsman 2 Piece Socket Adapter Set
Connects your drill to your sockets. Great for driving lags and loosening nuts — about $4. Sears.
Craftsman 5-1/2 in. Mini Flat Bar
The mini bar is a great demo tool for getting into small spaces, removing trim and tiles and other breakable items — about $5 at Sears.
Craftsman Torpedo Level
Handy pocket level that you’ll use far more often than your 4 foot level and it fits in your tool box — about $6 at Sears.
Craftsman T-Handle Screwdriver with 2 Double Sided Bits
Indispensable, compact and does it all. Great for the car, boat, motorcycle, bike or with your camping gear — about $8 at Sears.
Craftsman Flat Profile Utility Knife
A must for marking, cutting and most importantly, sharpening your pencil. Easy switch blades and storage — about $8 at Sears.
Craftsman 1/4 in. Speed-Lok™ Quick Connector
Attach this to your drill to change screwdrivers and drill bits in a snap — about $9 at Sears.
Swanson 7 in. Speed® Square
Besides being an excellent square, it is a great saw guide, angle finder and so much more. Learn More
Craftsman Professional Wire Cutter-Strippers
A must for tackling any electrical job — about $10 at Sears.
Stanley 100 Pack Replacement Blades
Convenient 100 blade dispenser. A far less expensive way to buy blades — about $8.
Bonus Gift Ideas
If you have a couple extra dollars to spend, here’s three bonus DIY gift ideas for less that $20 bucks.
Craftsman Aluminum Strap Wrench
The most versatile wrench around. Great for opening/closing big and small containers, pipe fittings and pool filters — about $15 at Sears.
Craftsman Lineman Pliers
These pliers are must for any electrical job. They easily twist wires together, cut most electrical wire, are great for mending fences. Also they’re excellent for pulling small nails and staples–about $20 at Sears.
Craftsman Stud Finder
No more knocking, drilling, poking or searching. Find it now with a stud finder. Locates pipes and electrical too — about $20 at Sears.
Ten smart and inexpensive ways to succeed with speed.
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