Another special occasion requires another round-up post of DIY ideas! Here are 18 of the best Father’s Day crafts for kids that I could find.
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I tried to find craft projects that are a little more intriguing than typical handprint crafts and printable coupon books. (Although I did find one craft that is a combination of both those ideas! haha)
Because while I know that dads appreciate any gift or card their kiddos make for them, it would be nice to have a gift that they’ll really love and use.
But if you’re looking for DIY gifts for dad that are a little more sophisticated and geared towards adult crafters, check out this post of 28 Last Minute DIY Father’s Day Gifts. And if you’d prefer to purchase something ready-made, check out this post of 30 Unique Personalized Gifts for Men
Best Father’s Day Crafts for Kids
Blank cork coasters are inexpensive to purchase on Amazon, then with a little tape and creativity the kiddos can make a fun gift for Dad!
Get the kids to write or draw a message in their own hand on a blank leather bracelet, then you can help them carve it out to make a special personalized Father’s Day gift.
This is such a sweet twist on a classic coupon book!
This is a really adorable way to give the gift of experiences. Plus this idea is super inexpensive! 😛
All you need is a wooden photo frame and some comic book pages to create a super fun gift for dad to put on his desk at work!
These are so fun! Here’s a cute set of blank mugs in shades of blue.
Give dad the gift he really wants, a chance to lie down and not move. lol
Salt dough is easy to make and turn into all kinds of shapes to paint. All you need is a few small magnets.
With a little parent help, this is an easy sewing project for a kid to make.
Easy Father’s Day Crafts
I had no idea it was possible to dye golf balls! Plus, it will be easier for dad to find his golf balls on the green if they’re personalized!
I know these exact cases don’t totally scream ‘gift for dad’, but with a few easy modifications, like using brown leather instead of white, I think these would be great for Father’s Day! They can be painted in any way the kiddos choose.
Scour the local thrift store for a selection of screwdrivers for the kids to paint. Then all you need is a couple of L brackets and a table leg!
14. Moose Key Holder
These are so cute, and can easily be made with more masculine colours if that’s an important criteria! Sculpey oven bake clay has a ton of colour and finish options.
A custom luggage tag makes it sooo much easier to find your bags on the carousel!
All you need is a little magnetic tape and some fun ribbons to make a selection of handy bookmarks.
There are lots of ways to use leather to make a great keychain for dad. This way seemed like the easiest project for kiddos to make.
I’m always on the lookout for more ideas for this type of round-up post, so if you’ve got any Father’s Day crafts for kids, don’t hesitate to send them my way!