Father’s Day is around the corner. Do you know what to get the Dad in your life? Homemade Father’s Day crafts can be much more meaningful than a gift you buy at the store. Here is a list of 23 easy Father’s Day gifts from kids.
Homemade Father’s Day crafts are an inexpensive way to let Dad know how much you care. You most likely already have many of the supplies you need to make these crafts. If not, you can buy most of the supplies at the dollar store.
Kids will love making these gifts for Dad! They are easy to do and younger kids will be able to make one of these easy Father’s Day craft ideas.
23 Easy Father’s Day Crafts From Kids
I’m not a fan of buying greeting cards. I think they are a waste of money. It’s read once and most likely thrown away or becomes clutter in a pile of other paperwork.
Homemade cards, especially from kids are more meaningful and special.
Out of this World Kids Father’s Day Card from I Heart Crafty Things
You’ll most likely have everything you need on hand to make this adorable alien card. Supplies to make it are green, white, and purple cardstock. Also, a glue stick, markers, scissors, and a pencil. There is a printable template to help with making the card.
Father’s Day Tomato Card from Thrifty Jinxy
For this card you will start will printing the template. Then supplies you will need are white poster board or card stock. Black pink red and green foam sheets. Also, scissors, glue, googly eyes, a black marker, and a pencil.
Super Dad Father’s Day Gift from I Heart Crafty Things
To begin making this Super Dad card you will need to download a template. Then grab a chocolate bar. Also, gather colored cardstock paper, yarn for hair, markers, or crayons. Don’t forget about scissors, tape, and a glue stick.
Father’s Day Cupcake Liner Card from Feeling Nifty
My son and husband go fishing all the time. This will be the perfect card for my son to make! Supplies are cardboard paper, cupcake liners, googly eyes, and a popsicle stick. Also needed are twine, white paper, and glue.
You Are my Sunshine from Crafty Morning
This is a cute and easy card for your kids to make. Supplies you’ll need are curly noodles, yellow paint, and white cardstock paper. Also, a black marker, glue, and a paintbrush.
Father’s Day Owl Card from i heart Crafty things
There is a free template you can download to help you make this adorable owl card. Supplies are colored card stock, scrapbook paper, and 2 mini metal paper fasteners. Other materials are hole punch, scissors, black marker, and a picture of your child.
Father’s Day Homemade Card Idea from Homeschool Preschool
Here is another cute card to make for Dad. You’ll need foam sheets, glue, scissors, and white cardstock. Also, a pencil or marker, googly eyes, and a popsicle stick.
Fish Father’s Day Card from Crafts on Sea
This is a simple Father’s Day card younger kids can make. You’ll need white card stock, colored card stock, and googly eyes. Also, black pen, scissor, paint, and glue.
DIY Father’s Day Card: You’re An Eggcellent Daddy from Extreme Couponing Mom
This is an eggcellent card for the kids to make for Dad! Supplies are black, pink, yellow, and white foam sheets. Other materials, white cardstock, scissors, glue, and googly eyes. Also a black marker and pencil.
Turtle Handprint Father’s Day Card from Red Ted Art
This handprint card is adorable! Supplies you’ll need are cardstock paper, pom poms, and googly eyes. Also, scissors, glue, and a black marker.
These Father’s Day printable activities are a cute and easy gift idea. Kids are always so honest and say exactly what’s on their mind. It will be fun listening to their answers.
Father’s Day Coloring Pages from Skip To My Lou
A Father’s Day Project from Happy Home Fairy
Father’s Day Portrait Drawing from Tot Schooling
Fun Facts About Dad Father’s Day Printable from The Girl Creative
Father’s Day Fill In Free Printable from Paper Trail Design
Father’s Day Keepsake Ideas
These keepsake ideas are a perfect gift for Dad to keep on his desk or wall at work. Every time he looks at the keepsake he will be reminded of his special little ones.
My Dad Rocks Father’s Day Craft from Powerful Mothering
Your kids can make a paperweight their dad can keep on his desk. He’ll know that he rocks every time he looks at it! The materials needed are a flat rock, paint, and a paintbrush.
Daddy’s Lil Monster Handprint Keepsake from Darice Blog
This is a fun keepsake for your little ones to make. Supplies you’ll need is a canvas, paint, paintbrush, and googly eyes. Alphabet stickers are also in the supply list but you could use a black marker instead.
Easy Father’s Day Picture Frame from Zaneta The Work At Home Mama
Materials for this craft are construction paper, picture frame, paint, and scissors. Don’t forget Dad’s boot.
Dad You Rock! DIY Father’s Day Gift from Doodle & Stitch
Another great craft for kids to let their Dad know he rocks. Supplies needed pebbles, googly eyes, glue gun, a frame, black pen, and white cardstock.
A Plate For Daddy from What Katy Said
This craft has several steps but the end result is a cute keepsake for Dad. You will need clay, paint, and a pencil for this craft.
Father’s Day Scribble Mug from i heart arts n crafts
You can save the kids scribbles with this craft. You will need a white ceramic mug, painters pens, and stickers.
We’re Nuts About You Photo Frame from Happiness is Homemade
An adorable craft for the tool man Dad in your life. Materials you’ll need is a photo frame, paint, alphabet stickers, glue, and assorted nuts.
My Dad Rocks Keepsake Box from Darcy and Brian
This will be a fun craft for your kids to make. You will need 50 popsicle sticks, tacky glue, glitter glue, and a rock.
Which Father’s Day Craft will you make?
These easy Father’s Day crafts are the perfect gift for the Father or Grandfather in your life. Your kids will love creating and gifting these gift ideas.
I’m obsessed with little hands and feet. So my little ones will definitely be making a few of the handprint crafts!
What are you planning on getting the Dads in your life for Father’s Day? Let me know in the comments:)
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