What better gift for Dad than something homemade from the heart. Kids will love to craft up a handmade gift for their favorite person. Dad will love it too! Instead of going to the mall and buying something for Dad, try getting your kids to make something instead. It is more personal that way- plus it’s budget friendly! We’ve done the hard part and rounded up 10 crafts your kids can make for Father’s Day. Each one of these gifts is super simple and can be made in minutes. Perfect for those last minute moments before the big day. Read on for the details and links to the projects.
10 Last Minute Father’s Day Crafts for Kids
Here are 10 fabulous Father’s Day crafts:
- Make a Snake Tie: Grab an old tie at the thrift store and make a silly snack out of it. Dad will think it’s hilarious.
- Sock Puppet Golf Covers: Does Dad love to golf? These DIY sock puppet golf covers will come in handy. Perfect for his next golf game.
- Father’s Day Coloring Pages: Have your young crafters color a picture for Dad will these free printable coloring pages. Totally easy right?
- Stitched Tie Greeting Card: Simple and cute- this tie greeting card is a winner! Write a nice note inside about how much you love Dad.
- Father’s Day DIY Spinner Card: Let Dad have special treats throughout the day with this DIY spinner card. So much fun.
- Fridge Magnet for Dad: Dad will always be able to look at his beautiful family with this cute magnet idea.
- Crafty Monster Bookmark: Does Dad love to read? You can never have too many bookmarks. He’s going to love these monster bookmarks.
- Silly Storybooks for Father’s Day: Spend some quality time reading with Dad with this great idea.
- Magazine Collage of Dad’s Favorites: Go through old magazine with your kids to cut out and make a collage of Dad’s favorite things.
- “Dad Rocks” Paperweight: These paperweights will be perfect for keeping papers tidy on Dad’s desk or in his office. Check out this tutorial from Crafts by Amanda.
Now you have no excuse to not make something for Dad this Father’s Day. Grab your kids, some craft supplies, and get started with one of these awesome projects for Dad. And don’t forget to have fun while doing it.
Happy Father’s Day to all of those amazing Dads out there who do so much for their families.