With Father’s Day fast approaching, it’s time to sit the kids down and let them do some DIY crafts for Dad! Because traditional schools and preschools are not open right now, that means it is up to us mom’s to make sure that Dad gets a special and fun craft from the kids.
Personally, I love getting handmade crafts from my kids, especially the “all about” pages where my kids fill in the blank about things like how old I am and what they love about me.
I love to see what the little ones come up with and I know Dad’s love receiving these homemade Father’s Day crafts as well.
I’ve put together a list of 23 amazing DIY Father’s Day crafts for you to choose from. These include printable Father’s Day cards, all about dad pages, adorable crafts, and coloring pages all for Dad.
(Still looking for the perfect gift for your husband? Check out my Father’s Day Gift Guide for some great ideas!)
If you’re looking for something last minute, these also make great last minute Father’s Day gifts that you can DIY really quickly!
Make sure to scroll down and check them all out to see which of these Father’s Day craft ideas fit your needs best.
Printable Father’s Day All About Dad Pages
This cute mini storybook from Crafted With Bliss will show Dad and Grandpa how important they are to you. Kids can fill in the boxes and show Dad and Grandpa everything they know about them.
These fun printables from Two Kids and a Coupon are the perfect free printable activity or gift to give Dad or grandpa for Father’s Day. These also make a great last-minute DIY Father’s Day gift if you are in a time crunch.
Perfect gift for Father’s Day, that is so real and so thoughtful, these All about my Dad printables from Maple Planners, are a great activity for Dads’ special day. Kids will have a blast putting this questionnaire together. What a fun and classic way to celebrate dad.
These Father’s Day printables from Simply Full of Delight are the perfect way to make dad or grandpa smile! Your child can color the picture and draw the face and hair to look like themselves with dad (or grandpa!) Then, they can fill in the blanks!
This pack of 7 free Father’s Day printables for kids from Four to Love provides a great mixture of sentimental and fun coloring pages and activities. Most do not specifically mention “dad” so that they can be used for grandpas, stepfathers, or other special dad figures.
DIY & Printable Father’s Day Cards
Do you have a “handyman” dad at home? If so, this “you are the bed dad I ever saw’ card is perfect! Visit Artsy Momma to get your free printable and the instructions on how to make this adorable card for Dad.
Dad will love this DIY Dad Rocks card! This is a fun Father’s Day craft for kids that is easy, fun, and cheap. Dad is sure to enjoy this fun Father’s Day rock card from Where’d My Sanity Go.
Does Dad love Star Wars? If so, he’ll love this homemade Yoda card from Simple Everyday Mom!
If you’re looking for Father’s day card ideas then you may just love this brilliant dog-themed card from The Inspiration Edit. Enjoy!
DIY Father’s Day Crafts
A simple craft the kids could do, up-cycling Popsicle sticks into colorful picture frames to display your memories for Dad. These DIY frames from Sustain My Craft Habit are so cute and will be a hit with Dad and the kids!
Handyman Dads will love getting this toolbox Father’s Day craft created by Simple Everyday Mom!
This Little Man handprint canvas keepsake from Fun Handprint Art makes the sweetest gift for dads or grandpas.
If you’re looking for a fun craft to create as a personalized Father’s Day gift, you’ll love this shrink art frame from Fun With Mama. The frame is surrounded by little tools drawn or colored in by the kids. Include a picture of dad with the kids to make it extra special.
Here’s an easy peasy handprint canvas art craft from Cendu Param that babies and toddlers can make for dad to proudly display.
Have fun with this quick and easy Superhero Printable from A+ Teaching Resources.
Look at this adorable and really creative Lego stamped picture frame craft from Cookies Coffee and Crafts!
This DIY Exploding Father’s day box from Party With Unicorns is the perfect father’s day gift for any Star Wars fans out there. With a printable template, it’s an easy craft for kids of any age. The box is the perfect size to give a little DIY to a gift card.
Janine Huldie created a fun and easy way to celebrate dad by using a Mason jar, decorating it with stickers and washi tape. Then, gifting him with his favorite candy inside.
Show dad you appreciate him and all the tools he puts to use during the year! Give him a dad’s toolbox (free printable) full of the drinks and snacks he loves! Thanks for the great idea Moms & Munchkins!
This fun Super Hero Father’s Day Craft Idea from Conservamom is the perfect way for kids to show their father what an amazing superhero they think he is. Easy to make and a fun project that will be something they treasure forever!
These necktie key-chains from Jeddah Mom are super easy and ready within minutes.
This Clothespin Hand from B4 and Afters can be made with cardboard, clothespins, and hot glue for a simple statement craft.
Dad takes care of us all year take care of him! Make these easy upcycle flannel hand warmers from Happiest Camper!
I hope you enjoyed looking through all these great Father’s Day Crafts for kids! Doing arts and crafts for Father’s Day is such a fun activity for kids of all ages, plus it’s so special to give such a thoughtful and personal gift.
Still looking for something you can give your husband along with these cute kids’ gifts? Check out my Father’s Day Gift Guide.
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