Let’s get crafty.
With Father’s Day coming up on June 15, we started searching for some fun DIY projects to do with the kids. We love getting homemade gifts on Mother’s Day, and wanted to make sure dad gets some cute keepsakes as well.
From super simple to sweet and sentimental, we’ve found 5 fun Father’s Day craft ideas to do with your kids.
1. “Meet My Dad” printable.
Thanks to Pink Peppermint Paper, you can download this free printable for dad.
This is such a fun project to do with younger kids. Just ask your child to answer the questions about dad and plug in their cute answers. A keepsake for sure.
To get this free printable, download here.
2. Tie card.
Here’s a fun idea for preschoolers over at 2Clever Blog. Simply print the tie template, get the kids to color it, and add the construction paper and button.
To get the instructions for this easy DIY tie card, click here.
3. Popsicle stick sign.
What a fun idea from Pink and Green Mama. To make this top 10 list for dad, all you need is some popsicle sticks, a glue gun, ribbon and pens.
To learn how to make this simple and heartfelt craft, click here.
4. Father’s Day photo collage.
Positively Splendid has come up with a positively fabulous Father’s Day idea. Check out this unique and easy photo collage.
With 45 printables and easy step-by-step directions, you can make this keepsake for dad with your kids. Click here to learn how.
5. “World’s Best Dad” keepsake book.
Here’s another great idea from Positively Splendid. With printables and step-by-step instructions, you can create this sweet keepsake book for dad.
To learn how to make this DIY book with your kids, click here.
Happy crafting mamas. And Happy Father’s Day to all you fabulous daddies out there!