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30 Father’s Day Crafts For Kids- That Make Great Gifts For Dads Too

I love sharing the cutest tips and tricks for making holidays and celebrations extra special & of course SIMPLE, and these Father’s Day craft ideas for kids are too cute to pass up. These thoughtful keepsake and memory-filled crafts make great gifts for dads as well on their big day.

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Father’s Day Candy Filled Tie Pots

These candy filled flower pots are a simple craft to do with kids, and can also double as cute decor for a Father’s Day BBQ or brunch. Click here for the free printables so you can decorate your flower pots with these super cute ties and flags.

Candy Bar Wrapper Craft

Does dad have a favorite candy bar? I know my hubby prefers Snickers over most anything, so this would be the perfect, thoughtful card idea for him. Click here to download the free printable so you can recreate this cute Father’s Day card. There’s even spaces on the back for your kids to fill in what they love most about their candy-loving dad.

“We’re Nuts About You” Photo Frame

How cute and simple is this craft/gift idea? Simply pick out a frame, paint it to match dad’s favorite colors, use sticker letters to write out this cute saying, and have your kids practice gluing nuts and bolts onto the frame. The hardest part will be picking the perfect picture of your babies to go inside.

Dad String Art Craft

This is pretty enough to frame in my opinion, and would make a great office decoration. Click here for a full tutorial on how to create this string art.

“Dad, I Dig You” Gift Card Holder

Get your hands dirty and super creative with these awesome craft. Grab a mason jar, some potting soil, and some plastic bugs, and even a tiny shovel for digging, and “hide” dad’s favorite gift card inside the dirt! How cute is that? Make him go digging for his gift this Father’s Day. For printables and a full tutorial, click here.

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Handprint Grill Apron

If dad loves to spend his summer days out by the grill making something yummy, then he’ll definitely love this “grillmaster” apron featuring his little ones hands. Learn how to make it here.

3D Tool Box Card for Father’s Day

This tool box card is like origami on steroids…but I’m sure dad will LOVE it! Click here to learn how to make it for your dad.

Printable Father’s Day Wrapping Paper

Are you into wrapping paper as much as I am? I love wrapping presents and making sure everything is cohesive and pretty. Apparently I get it from my grandma? Well, anyways, if you also like to make presents look extra special, then check out this free printable Father’s Day wrapping paper. What a cool idea.

Family Map Scrapbook

We have a goal in our family to visit all 50 states together and actually make a meaningful memory in each one (not just drive through as my husband says). So, if the daddy in your life loves to travel as much as my hubby does, he’ll appreciate this super creative family map scrapbook to post pictures of your adventures together and tuck tiny trinkets and treasures inside. Learn how to make it here.

Rock Paper Weights

These paper weights are so beautiful I can hardly stand it. Every daddy needs a paper weight for his desk right? Learn how to create these rock paper weights using decoupaged photographs here.

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Keepsake Book Box

Make dad this keepsake book box to keep all of his treasures from the littles in. These are so gorgeous and would look great on his bookshelf.

Shirt Cuff Cards

An easy and meaningful craft to make with kids are homemade cards. I love this creative shirt cuff card idea. Learn how to make them here.

Father’s Day Coupons

These coupons for dad are too cute, aren’t they? Let your kids come up with special ways to spoil daddy on Father’s Day and beyond with these unique coupons. Print them here.

Date with Dad

Kind of along the same lines as the coupons, you could encourage your little ones to create a date day with daddy and present him with the itinerary on Father’s Day. As the mama, have everything arranged and purchased as part of his gift. Dad I’m sure will love this special one-on-one time with his little ones. It could be going out to a restaurant, to a baseball game, putt putt golfing, or to a movie. Let your kids pick (within reason), purchase the tickets, and have everything all set up. I think we’ll make this a tradition in our house for Father’s Day.

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“Dad, You’re Fin-tastic” Homemade Card

Here’s yet another super cute homemade card for the dad who loves to fish. For complete instructions on how to make this card, click here.

Dad Libs

I love these free fill-in-the-blank printables that allow your youngsters to write all about their daddy. Get this Dad Libs printable here.

Printable Father’s Day Book

Here’s a super cute printable Father’s Day book that I’m sure he’ll cherish. Print it here.

Printable Dad Appreciation Poster

Or you could go really big, and print this appreciation poster and encourage your kids to write something on it everyday leading up to Father’s Day or use it as a decoration during your BBQ or get together. I love this idea. Get this free download here.

Father’s Day Handprint Craft

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Paper Robot Father’s Day Card

“Building Memories with Dad” Lego Craft

This is another one of my favorite ideas. Write a different dad-approved activity on each lego and encourage your kiddos and their daddy to do these memory building activities together and when they’re done with that activity, add that particular lego to their tower. What an amazing jar to put out year after year to help them bond and build these irreplaceable memories together.

Father’s Day Bingo

How about a round of Father’s Day bingo? This would be a super fun game to play if you were having a family gathering. Print it here.

Dad’s Candy “Stache”

I mean, need I say more? What Daddy wouldn’t love his own candy “stache”.

Super Dad Pop Box Set

This is another cute idea for the dad with a sweet tooth. Celebrate your super dad with this awesome project from

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Papa Bear Handprint Card

All the beard oiling, flannel wearing, lumberjack daddies with love this thoughtful keepsake card, don’t ya think? Get the free printable and instructions here.

“Dad, You Are Dino-Mite” Handprint Card

Is your daddy Dino-Mite?! Then he’ll love this Dino-riffic handprint card. Learn how to make it with your kiddos here.

Custom Handprint Grill Plate

This project would go really well with that “grillmaster” apron up above wouldn’t it? Then, you could give dad some new grilling tools, making a smoker, or some awesome meat rubs as his gift as well. Learn how to make this sweet craft here.

Daddy Date Jar

Now this craft/gift idea couldn’t be any simpler. Just order these pre-designed daddy dates from Etsy, print them, cut them, and fold them to add to a cute little mason jar. This is another gift that could be re-gifted year and year and become a family tradition.

Printable DIY Father’s Day Booklet

I just couldn’t leave without sharing one last printable book for your kids to write in all about their daddy. This outdoors, camping theme booklet is simply perfect for dad. Print it here.

I sincerely hope you found some inspiration here to celebrate the guys in your life. Now, I just have to keep my hubby off this blog post so I can use these ideas for future Daddy Days, you know what I mean. Wink. Happy Father’s Day!

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