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35 Top Father’s Day Craft Ideas for Kids

Father’s Day is right around the corner and if you’re anything like me, you’ve been trying to figure out what to get your dad, husband, brother, or other special guy in your life. Dads can sometimes be hard to shop for. They don’t want another tie or a new wallet. Something they would love to receive is a specially made card or other project by their kids. If you’re still at a loss for what to get him, here are 35 Top Father’s Day Craft Ideas for Kids that can all be easily made at home.

Let the kids be creative with these crafts. They can color, design, or add their own flair. Many include free Father’s Day printables that can easily be printed and created if you are short on time or need something easy.

If you are looking for a special meal to create just for Dad, try our list of 40 Delicious Father’s Day Recipes.

Now on to the list of the 35 Top Father’s Day Craft Ideas For Kids.


Adventure Gift Bag

For the outdoorsy dad make an Adventure Bag with a free printable checklist. So when dad heads out for the day, he has everything he needs!  This craft was designed by OhMy!Creative.


Dad’s Adventure Bag by OhMY!Creative



Baseball Bookends

Looking for an original idea for the sports fan in your life? Learn how to make bookends! These baseball bookends use scrap wood and Mod Podge to personalize.  This cute idea was designed by Mod Podge Rocks.


Baseball Bookends by Mod Podge Rocks



Baseball Glove Pop-Up Card

A home-run hit! Dad will LOVE this kid-made baseball glove Father’s Day card! The perfect keepsake for the sports-loving dad!  Card was designed by The Soccer Mom Blog.
Baseball Pop-Up Glove Card by The Soccer Mom Blog





Candy Tackle Box

Does your dad or grandfather love to fish? Make him this adorable DIY Father’s Day Candy Tackle Box from Coffee, Pancakes & Dreams.


Father’s Day Candy Tackle Box Gift by Coffee, Pancakes & Dreams



Dad Rocks Craft

Create dad a craft that shows how much he rocks! Plus, grab a free printable to go along with it.  This is created by Get Your Holiday On.


My Dad Rocks Craft by Get Your Holiday On




Darth Vader Mug

Let Dad know he’s the Best Dad in the Galaxy with this unique Father’s Day mug.  This was designed by Julie Measures.
Father’s Day Darth Vader Mug by Julie Measures



Dino-Mite Father’s Day Card

This clever homemade Father’s Day Card is DINO-MITE! It’s the perfect easy last-minute card idea and can be made by kids of all ages!  Craft is by The Soccer Mom Blog.


Dino-Mite Father’s Day Card by The Soccer Mom Blog



Dinosaur Pop-Up Card

This Dino mite Father’s Day pop up card will show Dad how much you love him! Comes with free printable template!  This Father’s Day card was created by Easy Crafts For Kids.


Father’s Day Dinosaur Pop-Up Card by Easy Crafts For Kids




DIY Pop Art

This fun Father’s Day Pop Art project was designed by RedTedArt.  Simply use your favorite photo and trace over the lines to create a unique work of art for Dad.


Father’s Day DIY Pop Art by RedTedArt



Dog Themed Father’s Day Card

Here is a fantastic Fathers Day Card and free printable template. Fathers Day is a wonderful opportunity to get creative with the kids making gifts and that special DIY Fathers Day card.  Designed by The Inspiration Edit.


Dog Themed Father’s Day Card by The Inspiration Edit



Father’s Day Fishing Themed Card

A cute free printable Father’s day card for dads that love fishing.  This was created by Clementine Creative.


Father’s Day Card by Clementine Creative





Father’s Day Medal

This craft is perfect for preschoolers to make for their Dad.  They can decorate and add a cute picture on the inside of the medal.  This was designed by RedTedArt.


Child holding Father's Day Medal with photo
Father’s Day Medal by RedTedArt



Father’s Day Poem Printables

Here’s 3 Father’s Day Poem Printables so that you can pick the perfect craft option for Father’s Day! You can find free printables for both dad and grandpa!  These were created by Simply Full of Delight.


Father’s Day Poem Printables by Simply Full of Delight



Father’s Day Printables

Celebrate your special person on Father’s Day with these free printable pdfs! They guide children to share all about dad, in their own words!  these fun printables were created by Literacy Learn.


Father’s Day Printables by Literacy Learn


Father’s Day Questionnaire Printable

Print this adorable father’s day interview and fill it out with your kids. Dad will love it and will enjoy reading the answers.  This Father’s Day printable was designed by Lil Tigers.


Father’s Day Questionnaire Printable by Lil Tigers




Father’s Day Seasoning Mix Jars

As far as Father’s Day BBQ gifts go, these fun labelled BBQ seasoning mix jars are the perfect DIY gift for the Grill Master in your family.  This cute idea is from Sustain My Craft Habit.


Father’s Day Seasoning Mix Jars by Sustain My Craft Habit


Father’s Day Tie Card

This DIY Father’s Day tie cards craft is such a cute one to make and gift to Dad! Learn how easy it is to make and personalize in this tutorial.  The Father’s Day card was created by Honey & Lime.


Father’s Day Tie Card by Honey & Lime



Father’s Day Tie Craft

This fun Father’s Day craft was created by 123 Homeschool 4 Me.  There are spaces for the kids to write all about Dad’s favorite things and their favorite things to do with Dad.



Father’s Day Tie Craft by 123 Homeschool 4 Me




Funny Toilet Roll Craft

We’re cracking up over how funny these toilet rolls are! It’s totally a “dad humor” gift!  This funny Father’s Day gift was designed by The Best Vinyl Cutters.


Father’s Day Funny Craft by The Best Vinyl Cutters



Garden Stepping Stone

These Father’s Day stepping stones were created by Lavende and Lemonade.  Kids can get creative with the pattern and put in different things like rocks and shells to personalize them.


Father’s Day Stepping Stones by Lavende and Lemonade




Handprint Heart Canvas

Show Dad you love him with your whole heart! Make Dad a handprint heart with this DIY canvas from Julie Measures.


Father’s Day Heart Canvas by Julie Measures




Printable Father’s Day Cards

Here are a few different free printable Father’s Day cards that the kids can color and decorate.  These were all created by Preschool Play and Learn.


Printable Father’s Day Cards by Preschool Play and Learn




Salt Dough Paperweight

This “Dad Rocks” Salt Dough Paperweight Craft is sure to be a hit with dads on Father’s Day!  He can take it to work and use on his desk or use in his home office.  This Father’s Day craft was created by Ottawa Mommy Club.


Father’s Day Salt Dough Paperweight by Ottawa Mommy Club




Salt Dough Picture Frame

This “DAD” salt dough picture frame is an easy kid-made Father’s Day gift that only requires the most basic supplies! It’s a keepsake that will last for years!  This craft is created by The Soccer Mom Blog.


Salt Dough Picture Frame by The Soccer Mom Blog


Sports Car Inspired Mug

These sports car inspired painted mugs make great gifts for guys! They are very easy to paint and very inexpensive to make – you just need a few supplies.  This was designed by DIY Candy.


Father’s Day Sports Car Mug by DIY Candy



Star Wars Yoda/Grogu Card

This fun Yoda/Grogu card is a great choice for the dad who loves Star Wars and The Mandalorian.  There is an easy printable to create the card along with a video tutorial.  This Father’s Day card was created by Simple Everyday Mom.


Father’s Day Star Wars Card by Simple Everyday Mom




String Art

Adorable father’s day project dad will love!  The only materials needed are wood, nails, and either rubber bands or string.  The project was designed by Lil Tigers.


Father’s Day String Art by Lil Tigers


SVG and DXF Cut Files for Cricut/Silhouette

Father’s Day SVG and DXF Cut Files you can use to create your own special T-shirt, mug, bag, or other option.  These cut files were designed by Maple Planners.


Father’s Day SVG and DXF Cut Files for Cricut and Silhouette by Maple Planners



Teddy Bear Card

Show Papa Bear how much he is loved with this kid-made Teddy Bear Card! This adorable 3D paper bear craft holds a child’s photo and opens to reveal a sweet message inside!  Card was designed by The Soccer Mom Blog.

Teddy Bear Card by The Soccer Mom Blog




Toolbox Craft

This adorable Toolbox Craft is created by Simple Everyday Mom.  It includes a free printable with everything you need to make the card.  this is the perfect Father’s Day craft for the dad who loves to build and fix things.



Father’s Day Toolbox Craft by Simple Everyday Mom


Upcycled Map Coasters

Upcycle maps from Dad’s favorite places into coasters fun, usable coasters.  These are created by The Boondocks Blog.
Upcycled Map Coasters by The Boondocks Blog

Valet Tray

Create a nautical valet tray for dad in under 30 minutes. This tray will help him keep all the items from his pockets organized.  This project was created by Diana Rambles.


Father’s Day Nautical Valet Tray by Diana Rambles


Wooden Beer Caddy

This wooden DIY beer caddy is easy to make! Grab the plans here; it’s a perfect gift idea.  This was designed by DIY Candy.


Father’s Day Wooden Beer Caddy by DIY Candy





Woodsy Style Mason Jar Candle

This Mason Jar Candle is the perfect gift for the outdoor loving Dad.  The scents used are sandalwood and eucalyptus.  This Father’s Day craft was created by Swanky Den.


Woodsy Mason Jar Candle by Swanky Den



Wrapped Walking Stick

A decorated walking stick is a fun and useful gift for dad.  He can use it when you go on all of your walking or hiking adventures.  This was created by Imaginative Homeschool.


Wrapped Walking Stick by Imaginative Homeschool



We hope this list of Top 35 Father’s Day crafts for kids has helped you find the perfect gift for the Dad in your life.  We are sure Dad will love whatever you decide to make for him. There is nothing more special than a gift made just for him by his kids! Happy crafting!


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3 thoughts on “35 Top Father’s Day Craft Ideas for Kids”

  1. Such a great list! I love the Dad’s candy tackle box since my hubby has such a sweet tooth. We’ll be making a treasure trove of sweets for him this year.

  2. Oh, how fun! I love all these ideas! My son is finally old enough and sits still long enough to do crafts, haha. We’ll definitely try making some of these for Father’s Day. Thanks for sharing!

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