Skip the store and give Dad something he will LOVE! These CUTE and EASY homemade Father’s Day Gifts from kids are all you need to make his day special!
Let’s celebrate Dads! I have gathered the BEST homemade Father’s Day Gifts from kids for you to make with your kiddos or students so they can help make DAD feel special. The list has such unique ideas your going to want to check them all out and may even be inspired to make more than one! The good thing is they all are easy DIY ideas that will turn out super cute, no matter your crafting abilities. You have until the third Sunday in June to get ready, so that gives you plenty of time to make this Father’s Day extra special!
Ideas include things for dads who like to rock, dads who like sports, dad who likes to BBQ, homemade picture frames, homemade mugs, and more!!!
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Homemade Father’s Day Gifts From Kids
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Does your kiddo’s dad totally rock? Then this homemade Dad Rocks Paperweight Craft by Crafts by Amanda is just what you need to remind him, every time he sits at his desk.
Dad will love thinking about his kids every time he grabs his keys. Follow the directions to this Father’s Day Keychain Craft by Projects with Kids.
As you know, we LOVE handprint crafts, so this adorable Handprint Bowl by Messy Little Monster had to make this list, since it’s both cute and functional!
If your Dad is a fan of baseball, then make him a trophy ball he will cherish for years to come! Follow the easy directions to make a Handprint Baseball Father’s Day Gift by Sunny Day Family.
Dad will love reading the sweet or funny responses their kids write in this free printable Father’s Day Book by The Measured Mom.
Don’t just give dad a picture, let kids decorate the frame too with a cute message for Dad. Follow the Fathers Day Scrabble Tile Frame by Easy Peasy and Fun.
Is your dad often found on the golf course? Then Decorated Golf Balls by Laughing Kids Learn will make him smile, and certainly help him identify his personalized golf balls every time he plays!
You can never go wrong with letting Dad know he is super and giving him his favorite candy wrapped up in a homemade card! Grab the free template and make Dad this yummy Super Dad Father’s Day Gift by I Heart Crafty Things.
Kids can decorate a mug for dad to pour his coffee, tea, or hot chocolate in. It will be his favorite cup in the cupboard. Follow the Father’s Day Scribble Mug by I Heart Arts n Crafts.
This clever Tackle Box Candy Father’s Day Gift by Crafty Morning is sure to be a favorite. There is even a FREE Printable tag to go with this cute idea!
Here is an idea for your kiddo who likes to play with Salt Dough. You can help them make a Salt Dough Dad Frame by the Sommer Mom Blog. I’m sure the little fingerprints make it extra cute and special!
If Dad can always be found BBQing or cooking in the kitchen, make him a handprint apron that lets him know he is King of the Grill Apron by On My Kids Plate.
Here’s another idea to make for the man in the kitchen. This Father’s Day Handprint Platter by Crafty Mamma in Me is cute and useful for years to come!