17 Unique Father’s Day Crafts for Kids

Father’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than by creating handmade crafts with your little ones? Here are 17 unique Father’s Day craft ideas that are sure to make Dad’s Day extra special:

  1. Handprint “High Five” Card: Trace your child’s hand onto colorful card stock and cut it out. Fold it in half and write a heartfelt message inside.
  1. Painted Rock Paperweight: Find smooth rocks and let your kids paint them with vibrant colors. Add a coat of varnish for a polished finish.
  1. Personalized Photo Frame:  Decorate a plain wooden frame with paint, glitter, or stickers. Insert a favorite family photo for an extra touch.
  1. Tie-Dye T-Shirt: Create a one-of-a-kind tie-dye shirt with your child using fabric dye and rubber bands. Dad will love wearing it!
  1. Daddy’s Superhero Badge: Cut out a star shape from foam or cardboard and let your child decorate it. Attach a safety pin to the back for easy wearing.
  1. Handprint Baseball Glove: Using brown construction paper, outline your child’s hands and cut them out. Glue them together in the shape of a baseball glove.
  1. “You’re the Best Pop” Popcorn Jar: Fill a mason jar with Dad’s favorite popcorn and decorate it with a label that says “You’re the Best Pop!”
  1. “Dad Rocks” Paperweight: Paint smooth rocks with colorful patterns and write “Dad Rocks” with a permanent marker. Place them in a small box as a sweet keepsake.
  1. Handprint BBQ Apron: Use fabric paint to make handprints on a plain apron. Dad can wear it while grilling, and it will remind him of his little chefs.
  1. Trophy for Dad: Cut out a trophy shape from gold card stock and let your child decorate it with glitter, markers, or stickers. Write a special message on it.
  1. “We Love You to Pieces” Puzzle:  Take a photo of your child and cut it into puzzle pieces. Place them in a small bag or box with a note saying “We Love You to Pieces!”
  1. Necktie Bookmark: Cut out a necktie shape from colored paper and let your child decorate it. Laminate it for durability and attach a string for easy bookmarking.
  1. “You’re O-fish-ally Awesome, Dad!” Card: Create a fish-shaped card and write a punny message inside. Add glitter or sequins for a touch of sparkle.
  1. Homemade Shaving Cream: Mix 1/2 cup of coconut oil, 1/4 cup of shea butter, and a few drops of essential oil. Whip it until fluffy, and Dad will have a luxurious shave.
  1. Handprint Tree Art:  Dip your child’s hand in green paint and print it on a piece of paper to create a tree. Use brown paint to add the trunk and decorate with fingerprints for leaves.
  1. DIY Coaster Set: Decorate blank coasters with markers, acrylic paint, or stickers. Seal them with varnish for long-lasting protection.
  1. “Message in a Bottle” Time Capsule: Have your child write a message or draw a picture for Dad and place it in a small bottle. Add sand or shells for a beachy touch.

These Father’s Day crafts are not only fun to create, but they also serve as cherished keepsakes for Dad. Your little ones will enjoy making them, and Dad will appreciate the thought and effort put into each handmade gift. Happy Father’s Day!