DIY Father’s Day Cards & Crafts are personal, friendly. and fun! Try one of these ideas today and make a dad in your life feel very loved this coming Father’s Day!
7 DIY Father’s Day Cards & Crafts Kids Can Make
Maybe your family has established Father’s Day traditions, or maybe this is your first time celebrating a new dad! Wherever you’re at in the journey, these DIY Father’s Day cards and printables are the best way to say “I love you!” Nothing complicated here, just simple cards and crafts that dads are sure to love.
“Super” DIY Father’s Day Card Printable
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s DADDY!! For kids or dads who are super into (get it, super?) superheroes and action, give dad the simple, sweet gift of a hand-colored “super” card!
Popsicle Stick Picture Frame (With Photo!)
Popsicle stick photo frames are an iconic childhood craft for good reason! Anything with a photo in it will stand the test of time, and those wooden popsicle sticks don’t fall apart easily. Let your child do the painting and gluing, put a special picture of them with dad inside, and wah-lah! A thoughtful DIY Father’s Day gift dad will cherish for years.
High-Five DIY Father’s Day Card
Handprint crafts are like photo crafts in that they preserve a memory of when your kids are smaller than they will be someday.. I wish I had done more handprint crafts when my oldest was little, because those hands are getting big (wipes tears from eyes)! It’s entirely possibly we’ll be making these high-five DIY Father’s Day cards for my husband this year.
DIY Movie Night Basket
This craft requires very little skill, and I’m not 100% sure it qualifies as a craft, but a lot of dads out there would enjoy a “movie night in a box” gift! It’s simple, affordable, and thoughtful in that it requires whoever assembles it to think about the things that dad really likes- what are his favorite snacks? Is there a movie he’d like to see that you can rent/buy? Be sure to include the kids in the process of deciding what goes in!
“Dad Rocks” Paperweight Craft
For the dad that tells all the dad jokes, this “pun-ny” DIY paperweight craft is exactly what your child should make! Is there a dad that rocks in your life? Start gathering pebbles and get started on this today.
Father’s Day Thumbprint Craft
Tape/paper resist art feels almost magical to kids, but it has a very finished appearance that everyone appreciates. Even the youngest kids can do this craft because it requires absolutely NO precision – just fingerprints!
“Little Monsters” DIY Father’s Day Card
If dad or grandpa loves to call the kids his “little monsters,” this DIY Father’s Day card is sure to put a smile on his face! If you paint it with the same colors shown in the photo, you might notice it has a Monsters Inc theme which is pretty adorable.
Whatever DIY Father’s Day cards and crafts you decide on, remember that it really is the thought and taking the time to be intentional that counts. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to make your husband or dad feel appreciated and loved.
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