16 Father's Day Crafts for Kids

Skip the trip to the mall to find a new tie and go the original route this June with a sweet handmade gift for dad. He'll love the sentiment of a card or treasure made by his own kiddos, and your kids will love getting involved in making his day special. Any of these 16 ideas are perfect for reminding dad why he's so important to you and your family!

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    Handprint Baseball and Poem

    Handprint baseball

    Sunny Day Family

    Do your kids and their dad often play a game of catch? Help your little ones give dad something to remember all those afternoons in the backyard with this adorable handprint baseball craft!

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    Building Memories With Dad Mason Jar

    Memories jar

    The Seasoned Mom

    A heartfelt and creative craft to remind dad of all the good times had and the good times to come! Let your little lego-lover take the lead on this one.

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    DIY Printable Book for Dad

    All About Dad book


    This printable makes it oh-so-easy to give dad a sweet book of personal poems and drawings! The best way to showcase his creative kids.

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    Mason Jar Tie Treats

    Mason Jar treats

    Live Love Rowe

    Does dad have a bit of a sweet tooth? Give him a cute personalized mason jar full of his favorite candy or cookies!

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    Guess Whooo Loves You? Card

    Owl card

    I Heart Crafty Things

    An easy paper craft from one of our favorite blogs: Use a school photo or take a new one for the surprise under the owl wings.

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    To the Moon and Back Card

    Space card

    Non-Toy Gifts

    One, two, three, blast off–with your love for dad! Show him how you feel with this cute rocket ship card from his little astronaut.

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    My Dad Rocks Photo Frame

    Rocks photo frame

    Mommy Moment

    A punny gift for a dad who loves to laugh. Give dad a chuckle and remind him what he means to you with this easy craft.

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    Daddy's Grilling Partner Hand-Printable

    Grill card

    Glued to My Crafts

    Have a grill master for a father? Help the kids make this card and maybe gift it with a new pair of grill-gloves or a bottle of barbecue sauce.

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    DIY Handprint Keychain


    Grey House Harbor

    Shrinky dinks are a totally underrated crafting tool. Make dad a key chain with mini charms of his own kids' handprints!

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    Origami Scribble Bowtie


    Its Always Autumn

    An easy gift dad can actually wear! Let your kids go crazy with the crayons and fold their art up into a cute paper bowtie, easily attached to an elastic band for easy wearing!

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    Father's Day Sharpie Scribble Mug

    Dad mug

    I Heart Arts and Crafts

    This easy craft can be used for years and years to come. Make a personalized mug with some stickers, sharpies, and a plain white crafting mug.

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    Toilet Roll Father's Day Cards

    Toilet roll cards

    Pink Stripy Socks

    This creative card is a little off the beaten path and totally perfect for displaying on the mantle or at an office desk! Decorate these little stand-up card rolls with photos, drawings, and stickers!

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    Cute Fish Handprint Card

    Fishing card

    The Best Ideas for Kids

    Remind dad what a catch he is with this sweet handprint fish card. Bonus points for creative and cute catch-phrases!

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    Cowboy Toothpick Holder

    Toothpick holder

    The Thinking Closet

    Is dad a real cowboy, or maybe just a lover of Westerns? Craft a sweet toothpick holder that shows it!

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    Father's Day Project Printable

    Dad project

    Happy Home Fairy

    An easy printable and cute photo idea to remind dad how much you care about him. Personalize to your own taste and get the whole family involved in this one!

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    Following in My Daddy's Shoes Card

    Daddy's shoes card

    Crafty Morning

    This card is perfect to do with your especially little ones, just make a paint print of your kid's feet, and secretly do the same with one of dad's shoes (just be sure to use washable paint!).