DH and I frankly have too much crap as it is. Every year for the gift giving occasions, we struggle to find some pointless little knick knacks to give each other because we're supposed to. So this year for Solstice (please don't laugh, I know I sound a little pretensious admitting that we celebrate Solstice) we have agreed to a new challenge: we will only give each other handmade gifts.
Since DH brought this up, I'm sure that he has something specific in mind. And he's weirdly crafty (handmade gifts from him before have included adirondack chairs, a lamp shaped like a robot, and a couple of hand tied fleece blankets.) So he's totally thinking that he's going to give me some mind blowingly cool gift, and I'm going to give him a painted rock or something.
My (extremely limited skill set): I'm not really that skilled at anything crafty. I'm not a great artist. I'm a decent cook, but baked goods scare me, and if I were going to make him a "present" it would have to be something sweet because he has such a sweet tooth. I can sort of knit. Let's put it this way, I can knit the h#ll out of a scarf, but that's about it. Except he thinks that scarves are like the most useless articles of clothing ever, and I've already knitted him like 3 of them, just because I could. My dad is a musician, so he could help me write/record a song. Sewing is out. I've been considering one of those places where you can hand paint your own design on ceramics, but I can't think of what I would make that wouldn't be cheesy (World's Best Dad? #1 Teacher?)
His interests: He's a teacher. He likes motorcycles, and rock and roll, and sports of any kind, and good beer and bourbon. He's a great dad, and a pretty stellar husband. But he's too damn arrogant, and I must beat him at the Craft Wars!!!!