Father’s Day is just around the bend. Why not make Dad a Father’s Day craft that is personal this year? With the kids on summer vacation already, it’s the perfect time to sit down together and create something special just for Father’s Day! This collection of Father’s Day crafts kids can make includes crafts for kids of every age. Enjoy!
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Father’s Day Crafts Kids Can Make
You can make a set of framed handprints and/or footprints like these from DIYProjects0320!
These Father’s Day Love Bug Cards from GluedToMyCrafts are adorable and super easy to put together with the free printable!
This My Dad Rocks Frame from Mommy Moment is something Dad can proudly display all year long!
Owl Always Love You!
This Guess Whooo Loves You Owl Craft from I Heart Craft Things is so cute!
Tackle Box for Dad’s Sweet Tooth
This Candy Tackle Box from C-A-L Ranch Stores is one every kid will love putting together as much as Dad loves to receive it! Such a sweet gift!
Another sweet treat for Dad, are these Superhero Dad Father’s Day Gifts also from I Heart Crafty Things!
Best Dad Ever – Just add caffeine…
This Best Dad Ever Mug from MickIsAMom is a fathers day craft Dad can use over and over again!
Father’s Day Crafts Teens Can Make
Father’s Day Craft – Fun and Games
This Father’s Day Tic Tac Toe Game from Crayola is sweet and guarantees some future quality time together.
Where’s My Remote? There’s My Remote!
This Throw Pillow Remote Control Caddy from Hallmark is made out of one of Dad’s shirts is a great gift and easy for teens to make!
Teens can make Dad homemade shaving cream! This recipe from Our Oily House only requires three ingredients!
Stepping Stone – The Father’s Day Craft Dad wants to help make!
These Stepping Stones are listed as being for Mom but while searching crafts I couldn’t help but notice how much fun the Dad’s were having helping kids make these. So I think they are the perfect Father’s Day gift too! Here’s an instructional video from Lowe’s.
Did you find the perfect father’s day craft for kids? We hope you did. Let us know in the comments section below the best father’s day gift you ever gave. We love to hear from you!
Happy Father’s Day,
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