Fathers Day Gifts Kids Can Make




Fathers Day gifts kids can make are important for a child giving the gift. Kids like to feel they have made something special for their Dad.

Father's Day Gifts Kids Can Make by Crafty JournalIt can be a challenge to find craft ideas that are easy enough for even very young children to make.

Several places around the web have offered the following Fathers Day gifts kids can make ideas.

Sweet Treats for Dad

Help your kids write messages for Dad that can be wrapped around small candy bars. Dad will love reading these notes when he unwraps a sweet treat for Dad.

Trophy for Dad

Glue 2 styrofoam cups together – bottom to bottom, add pipe cleaner handles, and spray gold to make a trophy for Dad. Cute idea.

Me and You Book

Creating a Me and You book is a great way for a child to show love for his/her Dad with his/her own drawings and words.

Things We Love About You Book

Fill a book with photos, memories and love for Dad to see how much he is appreciated.

Special Wishes

What a great idea for letting Dad know how much his kids appreciate him! Fill a jar with special wishes handwritten by the kids (or by Mom if they’re too young to write). Even little ones can tell Dad how they feel.

Shrinky Dinks

Make key chains or magnets with these clever Shrinky Dinks ideas.

Preserve kids’ handprints or writing with these. A VERY light spray of clear acrylic helps keep the ink from coming off.

Footprint TShirt

Stamp your kids’ footprints all over this footprint tshirt for Dad. (If the owner of this link will please notify me, I’d like to update it.)

Father’s Day Plaque

Make this easy stitched Father’s Day plaque with his child’s handprints on it.

Coin Bank for Dad

Recycle a can for a coin bank for Dad. He’ll love this one.

Father’s Day Magnet CD

Put your child’s photo in the center of a Father’s Day magnet CD, or let them draw a picture or write a special message to Dad to attach.

Best Dad Magnet

Best Dad I ever saw magnet will let Dad know how special he is.

Business Card Holder

Kids can make this business card holder with popsicle sticks, and decorate it.

Father’s Day Cutout Photo Frame

Make this Father’s Day cutout photo frame so he can keep photos of his offspring handy.

Car Nuts Frame

Kids can glue nuts and washers on a car nuts frame to give a Dad who’s crazy about cars.

Photo Cube

Start with a wood cube, and let your kids paint it. Add a photo to each side of it and your photo cube is finished.

Picture Pen Holder

Cover a box with patterned paper and then add photos and special messages to make a picture pen holder for Dad.

Popsicle Stick Pencil Holder

Kids can make this easy popsicle stick pencil holder. It can be painted, decoupaged or left plain.

Faux Leather Pencil Holder

Make a faux leather pencil holder by attaching small pieces of masking tape all over a recycled can or plastic container. Then rub brown shoe polish all over for a leather look finish.

Tool Bench Pencil Holder

Glue logos from Dad’s favorite store onto a glass jar to make a tool bench pencil holder or small tool holder.

Personalized Hobby Box

Stain or paint a wooden box and embellish according to what Dad’s interests are to make a special personalized hobby box.

Dad Notepad

Kids can easily make this special Dad notepad.

Fathers Day Notepad

Any Dad would enjoy a notepad made by the special child in his life. Even a preschooler could do this one.

Stepping Stones for Father’s Day

Make cement stepping stones and let the kids add hand or footprints to them.

Golf Tees

Kids can paint golf tees – they will be easy to see and hard to lose.

Barbeque Apron and Mitts

Dad will love having his kids handprints stamped on a special barbeque apron and mitts.

Father’s Day Survival Kit

Make a survival kit by filling a small box with items for Dad to take on a trip to help him remember his loved ones at home.

Golf Ball Dog

If Dad’s a golfer, he might enjoy this golf ball dog for a paperweight.

Footprint Odor Eliminator

Use Dad’s (or Grandpa’s) footprint and your child’s footprint to create this clever footprint odor eliminator for not your run of mill fathers day gifts.

Father’s Day Ideas

Make a framed picture, bookmark or calendar with your child’s help.

Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Lots of Father’s Day gift ideas that kids can make for Dad.

Dad will certainly enjoy all these Fathers Day gifts kids can make.

Cheap Fathers Day Gift Ideas

Look here for more great, cheap Fathers Day gift ideas.

 

Noreen Doll

Crafty Journal

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  1. Megan @ C'mon Get Crafty says:

    Really great list of ideas here, and I need the help – I still haven’t thought of a good gift for Dad from the boys! Thanks, I stopped over from the Bloggers Brags party! :)

  2. So many good ideas I don’t know where to start. I need to go look at the pictures!

  3. These are great ideas that kids can really be proud of! Thanks for linking up over at the Creative Inspiration Link Party!

  4. such cute and clever ideas, think I may have my son make a picture frame cut out for his locker at work. Stopping by from the #IdeaBoxThursday

  5. Cute ideas. I just love father’s day! It’s so nice to take a moment and acknowledge what my husband does for us. I think we’re going to print off one of those father’s day quiz-type sheets for each kid (where they answer cute questions about Dad). And we’ll also create a little video using iMovie on my phone; a day in the life of dad. I think it’ll be pretty cute to have the kids acting out what they think dad does all day 😉

  6. Great list! thanks for linking up #bloggersbrag

  7. I love your Father’s Day ideas- I think that it’s so important that kids are involved in giving and making gifts. I created a Father’s Day post as well but it’s definitely more tongue and cheek.

  8. Thanks for sharing the list of ideas at the party. Shared..Hope to see you again soon.

  9. Heather Hennessee says:

    Great ideas. Thank you for sharing!

  10. Love these ideas! I am sending this link to my aunt who has little kids. I love Father’s Day because you can get so creative!

  11. Great List! Thanks for sharing on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday – Link Party!! Hope to see you again this week!! Love having you!! Pinned!!!

  12. Wow, this is a long list of things that kids can make for dad. Love that it has something for almost any age group. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday.

  13. Lots of great ideas here. My favorite is the ‘me and you’ book. That can really capture a dad’s heart!

    Thanks for sharing at Grandma Ideas Sharing Time link party.

    Nina

  14. How awesome! My name is Nicole, and I’m one of the co-hosts for the Merry Monday linky party. I wanted to stop by and thanks for sharing this at Merry Monday’s! Have a great week!

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