Nothing says Father’s Day more than a handcrafted gift made from the heart. We have scoured the web to come up with this wonderful collection of Father’s Day crafts, which toddlers, preschoolers and big kids can easily tackle. So, grab the glue and the glitter and get inspired by these Father’s Day crafts for kids to make.
Father’s Day Crafts
Spoiler Alert: There will be ties!
Dads deserve some special attention, so let the munchkin or munchkins in your life have fun with paints by getting their hands on this mason jar craft. It’s a cute souvenir for the day and a useful pint-sized storage unit for spare change, pencils, paintbrushes or anything else that needs a small home. Check out fun-a-day.com for full instructions.
Necktie Key Rings
Here is another unique and useful gift idea for Dad. With this necktie key ring he will have something handmade from your little one everywhere he goes. View the tutorial on positivelysplendid.com.
Father’s Day Wreath
When you think of wreaths the first thing that probably comes to mind is Christmas. This year think outside of the box and have your little ones make a Father’s Day wreath. The instructions can be found on home—made.blogspot.ca.
Father’s Day Ice Cream Sandwich
Who says crafts can’t be edible? Serve Papa this simple and tasty ice cream craft sandwich. Go to babble.com for the instructions.
A homemade card is a must for Father’s Day, so get busy making memorable ones with your kids. We think these cards from crayola.com are a hoot.
Gold Medal for Dad
The Olympics have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean giving out gold medals for a job well done have to stop. This Father’s Day your munchkins can honour Dad by awarding him with his very own gold medal. Go to spoonful.com to get started on this craft.
Picture frames are an excellent way to preserve photographic memories of fun experiences and loved ones. It will be a gift that he’ll be proud to display for many years. The instructions are found on marthastewart.com.