Every year I swear I’m going to take the kids shopping with me to buy a unique and fun Father’s Day gift. And every year my schedule gets the best of me and I don’t have time to do anything except order a gift from Amazon Prime! But honestly, anyone can buy a toolbox and call it a Father’s Day gift. This year, I’m going to have the kids use some creativity and some art supplies and make a meaningful Father’s Day craft. A one-of-a-kind gift that even toddlers can help out with. And besides, my kids love to make gifts for everyone. We do a ton of crafting over the holidays and even on Thanksgiving. They are so jazzed when they complete these gifts that we often give them to the recipients well before the actual day of the party or event! So why should Father’s Day be any different? These Father’s Day craft ideas – from customized cards to a grill set holder – will make Dad’s day extra special this year.
Hand Painted Ties
Let's face it - store bough ties aren't the most exciting gifts to receive on Father's Day. Except when they are hand painted by the kids! See more here.
Father's Day Pencil Holder Craft
Use one of his old stained or torn shirts to personalize this DIY pencil holder craft. See more here.
Photo: Chica Circle
Hooked On Daddy Canvas
How much fun will your little one have creating a fish with their hands? The best thing about this craft is that it's durable and unbreakable! See more here.
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Grill Set Holder and Sign
Is Dad a big griller? Hang all his grilling tools in one spot! See more here.
Photo: Lil Luna
Guess Whooo Loves You Card
Work on fine motor skills by cutting out all of the paper shapes necessary for this sweet owl card! This will be one of those cards dad will save forever! See more here.
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Remember Shrinky Dinks?! Bring them back in the form of sentimental Father's Day keychain! See more here.
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Father's Day BBQ Sauce
Why pick out a plain old shirt for Dad on Father's Day when you can give him a few jars of BBQ sauce made by his own kids? See more here.
Baseball Handprint Craft
Show him some love presenting him handprint baseballs from the brood. Showcase them in shadowboxes or mount them in an empty picture frame. See more here.
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DIY Golf Card
If Dad spends a fair amount of time on the green, this card might be the way to his heart. See more here.
Photo: Crafty Morning
Best Dad Trophy
This trophy craft is so easy that you can even get the younger set in on the crafting action. Have the kids present it to him first thing in the morning! See more here.
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DIY Wooden Father's Day Car
Make Dad a rad car that he can use to race with the kids. See more here.
Photo: Hello, Wonderful
Love You To Pieces Frame
Make this fun frame with old puzzle pieces and insert a photo of the kids! See more here.
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Tape Resist Project
Simply use painters tape to create a shape or word and then let your kiddo go to town with painting all over it. The messier the better! See more here.
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Father's Day Customized Puzzle
Kids love making these customized Father's Day puzzles and Dad loves solving them! See more here.