Looking for a creative craft to do with your kids for Father’s Day? These easy DIY Father’s Day gifts from kids will make the father in their life feel both loved and appreciated!
Just like us ladies love being pampered and showered with affection on Mother’s Day, it’s the dads’ turn on Father’s Day.
With all the cool and expensive gifts in the world, the best ones for Father’s Day are those made by kids.
There’s really nothing like getting a special handmade gift from your little one: it makes a wonderful keepsake you can treasure for life!
That’s why I rounded up 30 of the best DIY Father’s Day gifts from kids.
These are simple but thoughtful projects for kids of all ages that require just a few supplies.
Let your children get crafty and make dad proud!
30 Creative DIY Father’s Day Crafts from Kids
The perfect gift for the beer-loving father that’s super quick to make.
This baseball pop-up card is a cute gift idea for any dad that’s a sports fan and he can proudly display it on his desk.
Need an easy last-minute gift idea for dad your little ones can make? Try this quick stamping project that’s surprisingly satisfying.
If you own a Silhouette visit this post to learn how to take your kids’ doodles into custom mugs. It’s a very creative idea that works for many occasions, not just Father’s Day.
Handprint keepsakes are so adorable and I am sure your kids will be thrilled to contribute.
There’s nothing like some kid-made art to decorate your office and brighten your day!
This is a truly heart-warming gift. Any dad would love to receive a jar of memories from their kids.
Here’s a great way to celebrate spring or summer while making a gift for dad.
Isn’t a kid-made trophy the absolute best gift for dad on his special day? It will definitely be the most prized item on display.
I think this Yoda card for Father’s Day is stinkin’ cute! Let your kids have fun making it using the free printable included.
You don’t need to own a cutting machine to make adorable T-shirts using your kids drawings. This post will show you how to do it using iron-on transfer paper.
If you’re looking for a craft that makes a wonderful keepsake, this monster hug card’s hands are made from children’s hands cut-outs.
Nothing like a cheesy gift for dad! Put your wood-burning tool to good use and burn your kids’ drawings onto a plain backscratcher for a fun, iconic Father’s Day gift.
Kids who love to paint will have a blast making this tape resist mug and bowl Father’s Day gift.
Let your children use the free printable tie templates and old newspapers to create a pretty bookmark for their father.
Dad will be proud to frame this charming footprint rocket craft and you can customize the message too.
This suit and tie pencil holder is one of the coolest gifts for dad and you only need a few basic supplies for the kids to make it.
Even if your children are not that much into crafts, this printable Father’s Day kit will make it easy to decorate their gifts.
Rock crafts are easy and frugal but also super creative. Let your kids create these rock cards for Father’s Day and they will have lots of fun painting them.
I have to admit this wood slice handprint art makes wonderful rustic decor, so dad will surely be thrilled to receive it.
21. DIY Acorn Frame
This acorn frame is a simple craft kids can make under your supervision and any of your favorite family photos will look good in it.
If your father is a dog lover he will cherish this cute dog-themed Father’s Day card for life!
I love the idea of making shirts with children’s art for Father’s Day. This tutorial will show you how to make them with ease using freezer paper.
Let your little ones have fun painting some Father’s Day mugs using glass paint markers. It’s easy and creates artsy mugs that are dishwasher-safe.
Here’s a great last-minute Father’s Day gift idea your kids will surely love. Use the free printables to decorate a tie gift and dad will have a special tie he can wear at work for good luck.
Making your own dad-themed board game is a brilliant idea. Get all the details and free printable game cards in the post.
A superhero gift is just the thing any father would love to receive from his kids. Let your little ones enjoy this paper plate craft while making a touching gift for dad.
For the dad that always has a sweet-tooth these treat-filled tie gifts will surely not last long!
Lego stamping is an entertaining activity that will let your kids get creative while crafting a cute photo frame for Father’s Day.
Dads will always appreciate getting practical gifts they can actually use. What could be better than an engraved hammer from their loving kid?
So, did you find a fun craft to make with your kids this year?
I know I did!
I hope you have a wonderful Father’s Day celebrating the men in your life. 🙂