All of these easy Father’s day crafts are unique, thoughtful, and simple enough that your kiddos can make them all by themselves! Whether you are stuck at home or you really enjoy DIY and crafts, these Father’s Day gift ideas are homemade and you can make them right at home. Pick out your favorites and start crafting with your kids!
Easy Father’s Day Crafts From Kids
These are more than just crafts. They are thoughtful gifts from your kids to their dad.
All of them can be modified and personalized, so have some fun and make your own Father’s day gifts together.
Remember – this day is all about celebrating everything that he does for you and the kids.
I love these ideas because the kids can get involved and make dad their own gifts from their heart!
It’s going to be a ton of fun.
1. World’s Greatest Pop Gift Jar
This World’s Greatest Pop Gift In A Jar from The Gunny Sack is so easy to customize! Even kids as young as a toddler can help fill up the jar with all sorts of different “pop” treats.
Decorating the mason jar is easy and fun too.
2. Building Memories Lego Jar
I love this ‘Building Memories With Dad‘ gift! The Seasoned Mom recommends writing down a different memory on each building block and then stuff them all in the jar.
If your children are too little to write on the blocks, you can write it out for them 😉
3. Personalized Mugs For Dad
Does dad drink coffee or anything in an insulated mug? Then make him a personalized insulated mug! Your kids will have lots of fun designing their own mugs.
This awesome idea is from Simply Kelly Designs.
4. Race Track T-Shirt
Give dad a shirt that doubles as a race track for toy cars! Your kids will love giving dad this race track t-shirt from Colors and Craft.
They can even grab some race cars and play on it with him.
5. Handprint Baseball
If baseball is something the dad in your life does with his kids, then give him a one-of-a-kind handprint baseball. This idea from Sunny Day Family even comes with a free printable poem too!
6. DIY Keychain
Shrinky dinks are so much fun! Make some for dad with this easy tutorial from Messy Little Monster.
Shrinky Dinks Keyrings are completely unique and the perfect way to capture your child’s personality.
7. Painted Rock Photo Holder
Painting rocks is a fun way to pass the time and there are endless patterns and designs you can use. Give dad a painted rock photo holder and display pictures of dad with his kids.
This creative father’s day gift idea is from Buggy and Buddy!
8. Handprint Wall Art
Another way to capture handprints on Father’s Day is with this lovely and rustic wall art. It even comes with a free printable that reads, “we have a hero we call him daddy.”
Isn’t that sweet? Thanks Shanty 2 Chic!
9. Cord Organizers
If dad has any kind of electronics, chances are he is dealing with a mess of chords too! These DIY cord organizers from Monster Circus are a cute solution that you can’t buy in the stores.
Use his favorite colors- he will love them!
10. Father’s Day Coasters
Gather up all your favorite pictures of dad and his kids and make some Father’s Day DIY Coasters. Your kids will enjoy finding their favorite pictures too.
You can easily print pics right from your phone if you don’t have any laying around.
Here are the coasters they made over at Arrow And Heart.
11. Father’s Day Photo Blocks
Another way to display a treasured picture of the kids is by making your own photo blocks. This looks precious on dad’s desk or by his bed and the best thing is how easy it is to make.
Stars and Sunshine made these photo blocks and they look amazing!
12. Personalized Hammers
Another easy Father’s Day craft that the kids can make all by themselves is a personalized hammer like these from My Crazy Happy Life. Then, the kids can enjoy doing all sorts of projects with dad and be able to use their very own hammer.
13. Painted Candle Holder
Isn’t this personalized candle holder beautiful? Personalize it easily by writing the name of each child in a separate heart.
You can turn this into a jar for dad to store his keys in or it can be used as a vase for a small bouquet of flowers.
This loving diy gift is from Rhythm’s Of Play!
14. Nuts About You Photo Frame
If dad is a DIY man that loves his tools and workshop, then you should make him a “We’re Nuts About You” Photo Frame from Happiness Is Homemade. It’s sure to get dad to give you a smile and a chuckle.
15. Homemade Clay Plate
The best thing about this plate for daddy is that it can be completely made by your kids. Every single indentation and marking was put there by the sweetest fingers and hands.
We love this craft idea from What Katy Said!
16. Painted Handprinted Mugs
Handprints and footprints are popular themes for Father’s Day!
These Father’s Day handprint/ footprint mugs from Busy Bugs will give dad something to smile about every time he pours himself a cup of coffee.
17. Handprint Father’s Day Gift
You can also turn your kids’ handprints into a sweet homemade card too! This Father’s Day handprint art idea from Easy Peasy and Fun can be used on wall art or as a homemade card – the choice is yours!
18. Father’s Day Tie Craft
Ties are another very common theme for Father’s Day! If dad loves to read, then you should get your kids to help make him a tie-shaped bookmark. You won’t find this bookmark for sale in the stores!
Buggy and Buddy shows you how to do it!
19. My Dad Rocks Craft
This is another way to give dad some really fun painted rocks. Since it uses a free printable, this ‘Dad Rocks‘ gift from Non-Toy Gifts is extremely budget-friendly.
The only thing you need is some paint and paintbrushes!
20. Salt Dough Picture Frame
This is another cute and creative way to display pictures for Father’s Day. Make him a “Dad” salt dough picture frame!
This is so easy to make that all of your kids can each make him one. It uses ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.
The Soccer Mom Blog shows us how!
Fun Father’s Day Crafts To Do At Home
When you are trying to find some easy Father’s Day crafts that you can also give dad as a gift, keep in mind the inside jokes and things he and the kids love doing together. Find a way to celebrate all that he does for the family.
Create the craft around these special memories that are unique to just him.
You don’t need to spend a lot of money or go somewhere fancy to make Father’s Day incredible and special for him. Make it a celebration and let him know how important he is to all of you!
Don’t forget about the card! I have some free Printable Father’s Day Cards that are completely unique, funny, and thoughtful.