Father’s Day gifts from kids always tug at heartstrings. If you are on the perfect hunt for the dad in your life, here is a fantastic list of homemade Father’s Day gifts from kids. You will find a variety of gift ideas to fit the dad who deserves an incredible heartfelt gift.
I can’t believe Father’s Day is approaching, I feel like we just got over the holiday season! I am beginning to sit down with the kiddos and work on making some homemade gifts for dad to package up and gift to him on Father’s Day. If you want to try your had at some DIY Father’s Day gifts, check out the list below.
Meal options to treat Dad with on Father’s Day
Father’s Day Gifts From Kids
1.) We’re Nuts About You Frame from Happiness Is Homemade
If your dad is a handy guy and enjoys spending time in the shop, you got to give this fun DIY photo frame. It is the perfect touch to place a picture of your child/children inside! Let them help glue on the bolts to make it special.
2.) Painted Rocks from Green Kids Crafts
Grab some paint and head outdoors to find some rocks and paint unique and one-of-a-kind gifts for dad. This could be a fun paperweight, decoration for his office, and more.
3.) Owl Father’s Day Gift Idea from I Heart Crafty Things
Grab your craft paper and supplies, and make these adorable owls to give to dad. Add a picture or write a special note of why he is so special in the center.
4.) Fishing Jar from Craft Create Cook
If dad is a fisherman, this is a great one to consider. You can slide in a gift card in the center of the jar so he can have an extra gift. I love the fish floating in the pretend water.
5.) Super Dad from I Heart Crafty Things
Make dad feel like the super dad he is. Plus this craft offers a sweet treat for him to enjoy as well. With a handful of supplies needed you have a fun gift.
6.) BBQ Rub from The Country Chic Cottage
Dads who grill a lot will swoon over this homemade bbq rub. They can season their proteins for an incredible lunch or dinner idea. Your kiddos will have fun measuring out the seasonings to make the bbq blend.
7.) Hugs and Fishes from Eighteen 25
If dad enjoys fishing and you may not be the craftiest person in the world, this makes for a fun gift. Find a little container and let your child help place the fish in the compartments. He will love his sweet treat.
8.) Father’s Day Gift Bag from I Heart Crafty Things
Here is a fun bag you can make to tuck a gift inside for dad. Whether it is a store bought gift or something homemade the bag says it all how incredible he is.
9.) Father’s Day Award from Easy Peasy and Fun
Make up a homemade award to present to daddy. This can be a lot of fun for your kiddo to help cut the paper and assemble to ribbon.
10.) Necktie Father’s Day Idea from Everday Savvy
Grab some glass bottles of pop and make these fun neckties to slip over the top. Write fun sayings on them or leave a personal message on the back to make him know he’s the apple of your eye.
11.) Gardening Art from Red Ted Art
Does dad love to spend time in the garden? Create his own indoor garden with things your child says about him. Maybe he loves to plant flowers, ride bikes, etc. Write something on each leaf to make it personal.
12.) Homemade Spice Rubs from Making Manzanita
For a dad who spends time in the kitchen, this would make an incredible gift. A variety of homemade spice blends to dress up his meals.
13.) Painted Picture from The Educators Spin on It
This is such a fun idea. I love the idea of taping off pieces of paper for the design and then having your toddler paint all over the page. What a creative idea.
14.) Handmade Breakfast Tray from 5 Minutes For Mom
Let the kids help work on making a breakfast tray for dad. This is a craft that is better for a bit older kids, but in some steps younger ones to could. Then serve him with breakfast in bed!
15.) Father’s Day Magnets from Confessions of An Overworked Mom
Make homemade magnets for dad to hang on a file cabinet in his office, the fridge or any other area of your home! A fun craft for kids to help make.
16.) Footprint Rocket from The Best Ideas for Kids
Grab some paint and do a footprint that you transform into a rocket ship! This is such a fun craft for kids to feel like they are a big part of the craft. Plus a special keepsake for dad later on down the line.
17.) Hama Bead Gift for Dad from The Inspirational Edit
Make a homemade gift using Hama Beads! These sharks are adorable and so easy to make once you have the free pattern it is simple for kids to follow the pattern.
18.) Hand Print Pot from Katelynn Ansari
Paint up a pot with your child or children’s handprints! Then hand it over to dad to place a plant in, or go ahead and pot one for him!
19.) Father’s Day Hammer from The Flying Couponer
Here is a great way to dress up a tool in your husband’s shop. Buy a new hammer or other types of tool and write a message for an extra touch of love. If you have a bit older kids they can help write on the message.
20.) Candy 6-Pack from Five Minutes For Mom
Take some old bottles of pop and stuff in some sweet candies for dad to enjoy. This is a fun craft the kids will have helping with and maybe even taste testing the candy.
Do you plan to do a Father’s Day gift craft with your kids?