If you’re wondering what 29th anniversary gift to buy for your spouse, or a couple who are one year shy of 30, why not give them one of these tool kits or DIY items? After all, even after almost 3 decades, you (or they) are still building a life together, so give them the means to keep building a home, too.
With space for up to 20 letters of your choice on each handle, this set of 3 garden tools will make a fun and functional 29th anniversary gift for any green-fingered gardener.
For the person who loves to play a round, this multi-gadget is a divot tool, ball marker, and belt clip in one, and can be engraved with any message of your choice.
Stylish and practical, this two-tone tote bag would make a perfect gift for anyone who enjoys gardening. Embroidered with 2 lines of text, it also comes with external pockets and tools supplied.
Whether you go for plain wood, or something a little more colorful, this corkscrew will ensure they’re fully prepared for any bottle emergency, and comes engraved with name and choice of logos.
He’ll be killing that grilling with this stupendous 24 piece BBQ set which includes everything from power tong to pepper shaker, stored securely within a sturdy aluminum case. 10 year warranty included.
Any fisherman will enjoy his catch even more when he prepares it on this 10″ x 24″ maple fillet board, which comes with a built-in honing tool and 2 lines of text.
A perfect anniversary gift for anyone into their DIY, this spirit level is made from nickel and wood, and features three vials for level, plump, and angles, and a line of personalization.
This stainless steel card might be small enough to fit in his wallet, but it’s HUGE on features, with 11 functions included, such as saw, wrench, screwdriver and even a can opener.
Made in a rich bourbon brown leather, his implements will be well protected inside this big tool roll which is soft and pliable but super strong, and hides 12 staggered tool slots.
More than ‘just’ a knife, this handy little gadget also has an emergency window escape tool on the end, and features a 3” serrated blade and 2 lines of text.
Whether he uses it indoors or out, this multi-tool will be up to the job. With 8 different tools included, including a needle-nose pliers and fish scale, it can be personalized, too.
With an optional personalized presentation box included, this hammer is almost too gorgeous to use (although it can be), as the handle can be engraved with the message of your choice.
There’s nothing more frustrating than dropping a nail or screw just when you need it, but with this magnetic wristband (which includes an inner sweatband) it’ll be a thing of the past.
Give him the gift of his own space with one of these personalized ‘street signs’ which come in 12 different background and text colors, and can include one line of text.
Men love to grill, whether it’s on their own or someone else’s. Make sure they have the tools to do it with this 3-piece set which comes in a personalized storage tote.
In galvanized iron with a rose gold finish, this bartender set is gorgeous to look at and handy to have when they want to impress their guests with a mojito or two.
This sporty looking tool bag is perfect for DIY enthusiasts and tradesmen alike. With 25 pockets and an extra wide opening, it also comes with different styles of personalization in 37 colors.
If the way to a workman’s heart is through his stomach, this set of authentic-looking chocolate tools – made to look like wrenches, gear wheels, and bolts – will make his day.
Chose a trowel, fork, or get the pair and have the handles engraved with a maximum of 22 characters for a fun-ctional 29th anniversary gift for the gardener in your life.
If he’s ‘built’ you a life together, why not say Happy Anniversary with this wood and steel hammer which can be engraved on one or both sides with any message you like.
3 Useful Diy Tool Storage Gift Ideas
Create your own monogrammed tool bag using a plain bingo tote with pockets, fabric paint, and a homemade (or store bought) stencil, and you can design it any way you fancy.
This Instructable will show you how to create a sturdy, hard wearing tool bag organizer by creating a mock-up out of cardboard first, before moving on to the real thing.
Tool rolls are a great alternative to toolboxes, and this one is super-simple to make. With a length of leather and a sewing machine, you can whip one up in no time.