Homemade Father’s Day crafts are a great way to get kids involved with gift-giving, but not all kid-made gifts are created equal. This year, help your kids make gifts for dad he will want to use and keep forever. I’ve gathered a huge list of DIY Father’s Day Gifts kids can make AND Dad’s will love!
Most of these gifts either reuse or re-purpose items you already have around your house, so it’s a win-win!
Looking for gift ideas that are a little more grownup? Here’s a list of Father’s Day Gifts Adults Can Make!
DIY Father’s Day Gifts Kids Can Make
Melted Crayon Rocks
Before you throw away all those broken crayons, check out this super easy DIY that kids are sure to love. Dad can use them as a paperweight OR you could put them inside a “Dad Rocks” Jar like this one below.
How to Make a No-Sew Upcycled Bookmark
Is Dad a reader? The kids can make him this bookmark. You can find lots of embellishments to personalize to Dad’s interests in the scrapbooking section at your favorite craft store like Hobby Lobby.
Shrinky Dink Cuff Links
I love these! Nothing says I’m a family man like wearing Shrinky Dink cuff links designed by the little people in your life! These cuff links will help him feel closer to the ones for which he is working so hard!
“I Love You to Pieces” Puzzle Piece Picture Frame
Here’s another quick and easy gift idea for little hands.
Father’s Day Bookmark
Here’s another bookmark idea for any age. Younger kids can scribble, older ones can write a sweet message.
DIY Drinking Glass
These could also be used to store nuts & bolts, change, or other odds & ends.
Gift Mug & Bowl
Customize Dad’s own coffee mug and cereal bowl with this super easy tape resist craft kids of any age can make.
Painted Paper Weight Craft
Here’s another rock paperweight that uses paint instead of melted crayons.
Repurposed Shirt Cuff Coffee Sleeve
I absolutely adore this shirt cuff coffee sleeve. Use one of dad’s old shirts, or pick one up cheap at the thrift store.
Stacked Paper Hand Prints Keepsake
As far as hand print crafts go, this is one of my favorites. Frame it nicely and you have a work of art Dad will be proud to hang in his office or den.
Daddy and Me Foot Prints Keepsake
Instead of hand prints, why not use foot prints to create a thoughtful masterpiece?
DIY Rock Frame
This is probably one of my favorite Father’s Day Gifts kids can make! A perfect and tasteful accessory for desk, bookshelf or bedside table!
Father’s Day Grill Platter
This is a super fun gift idea that your master griller will use for years to come!
Torn Paper Daddy Portrait
I love this fun, colorful torn paper portrait idea!
52 Things I Love About You Deck
This is a personal and thoughtful craft idea to help older kids with Dad a Happy Father’s Day!
The thing I love about homemade gifts is that you can take any item on this list of Father’s day gifts kids can make and tweak it to make it a unique, personalized gift that suits each daddy perfectly. No two are ever alike!