The most special kids fathers day gifts that your children can give their Dad are those they make themselves. Father’s Day is such a wonderful time to get your kids having fun and making some special crafts to show their love for their Father. So we have gathered this fantastic collection of fathers day gifts kids can make.
Even if you’re buying your husband a gift, such as one of these gifts ideas for dad, it’s a great idea to also have your children make cards and other crafts for their Dad.
We’ve gathered craft ideas from our blogging friends for 20 Father’s Day gifts that your children will have fun making and their Dad will adore.
20 Father’s Day Gifts Kids Can Make
1. Fingerprint Daddy & Me Coffee Mug from Crafts by Amanda
I love using fingerprint art in gifts kids can make for their family members. Moms and Dads can truly treasure even a quickly made art project like this for years to come.
2. We’re Nuts About You Photo Frame from Happiness is Homemade
This adorable DIY frame for Dad is one of my favorite kids Fathers Day gifts. Children will be thrilled to give their Dad a sweet family photo in this frame, and you’ll love how easy it is to make.
3. Dad String Art from Teach Beside Me
If you’ve never tried a string art project with your kids, you’ll be surprised how simple it can be to make a fantastic looking gift.
4. Father’s Day Gift Card Holder from The Joys of Boys
Do your kids love playing in the dirt? Here’s a super fast gift idea for them to give their Dad on Father’s Day.
5. Love You to Pieces Picture Frame from A Night Owl
This Homemade picture frame is another easy craft that even your youngest kids can help make. In addition to the way Kimberly makes the frame in her blog post, you could change the design a bit to include a family photo as well as the puzzle pieces and the words, “Love you to pieces.”
6. Homemade Tic-Tac-Toe from And Next Comes L
I love how Dyan came up with this cute idea for a twist on classic Tic-Tac-Toe and it makes such a great little DIY gift for Dads.
7. Candy Tie from Natural Beach Living
Instead of spending money on another tie that will just hang in the closet, get your kids busy making a candy tie for Father’s Day. Every Dad I know seems to have a sweet tooth.
8. Painted Hammer with Monogram from Crafts by Amanda
Is Dad a handyman around the house? If so, this creative gift idea from Amanda is perfect. He’ll be inspired every time he picks up his hammer to work on a project around the house.
9. Salt Dough Fingerprint Keyring from Crafts on Sea
As I said, I love fingerprint crafts… and here’s another sweet idea that will keep Dad smiling every day. Trust me, those little fingers grow so fast… you want to capture their cuteness today!
10. Ten Things I Have Learned From You Keepsake from Blessed Beyond Crazy
If you have older children, this gift idea is incredibly thoughtful. He can hang it in his home office or the hallway for you all to remember Dad’s life lessons.
11. Tape Resist Mug and Bowl from Happy Hooligans
Kids of all ages can get to work making Dad a mug or bowl using this tape resist craft.
12. Dad’s Carwash Kit from The Crafting Chicks
Does Dad love washing his car? Then Rachel’s got an awesome idea for a DIY gift box full of carwash supplies. Hop over to her site to download the cute printables.
13. Personalized Tin Can Pencil Holder from Buggy and Buddy
You can never go wrong with a classic kids fathers day gift like a homemade pencil holder. This one brings back memories from gifts I made my own parents when I was little.
14. Dad’s Six Pack from 5 Minutes for Mom
If Dad likes to enjoy a cold beer on a hot afternoon, maybe he’ll like this creative idea for re-using this bottles… grab some candies and make him a “candy six-pack.”
15. I Love You Pillow Case from Mama Papa Bubba
This handmade pillow case melts my Mama heart. It’s a perfect fathers day gift for kids to make when they are between 5 to 7 years old and are just learning to print. Capturing their cute letters at this young age is priceless! (I admit, I wish I’d had my own kids make this type of craft when they were little.)
16. DIY Cedarwood Beard Balm from Fireflies & Mud Pies
If their dad has a beard, this is the DIY gift for him. These jars of beard balm are the type of gift you’d likely make yourself and then have your kids give them to their Dad.
17. Lego Photo Pen Holder from Lalymom
If you’ve got a house full of LEGO, this craft couldn’t be easier. Just get your kids to make their Dad a LEGO pen holder and personalize it with a photo for a fun Father’s Day homemade gift.
18. Decorated Golf Balls from Laughing Kids Learn
Does your kids’ dad play golf? He’ll get a kick out of this sweet gesture… get your kids to decorate a few golf balls for him to take on his next round.
19. Mason Jar Bank from Mainly Homemade
Mason jars for the win! You can always find a way to turn a mason jar into a DIY gift. Try this incredibly quick DIY Father’s Day gift for your kids to make.
20. No Sew Fabric Bookmark from Creative Green Living
Does he love to read? Then have your kids make him a bookmark as an easy no-sew gift.
Plus, here’s an extra craft idea from us…
DIY Breakfast Tray – Father’s Day Gift Idea
We hope these these fathers day gifts kids can make inspire you to have a wonderful time crafting with your children.
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As much as Dad will love his homemade gifts, I bet he’ll also be happy to get one of these gifts ideas for dad from our Father’s Day Gift Guide.