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He will love the gifts, and kids will love making them!
The Father’s Day weekend can be about so much more than gift-giving: Fun games, gifts, and activities are just a few ways to make it extra special! You can go the heartfelt, sentimental route with a sweet Father’s Day message in a DIY Father’s Day card. Quality time means the world, so why have the family play a Father’s Day game? Movie buff dads will of course love Father’s Day movie marathon with Dad. But what about all the creative, woodworking, crafty dads? A couple of Father’s Day crafts will brighten his special day, especially ones he can do with the kids.
You can help your kids make these easy, handmade crafts that are sure to bring a smile to his face and maybe even a tear to his eye, like handprint art, a decorated photo frame, or something that displays the many reasons Dad is loved. Some of these projects will work as both gifts and Father’s Day activities, like a DIY football toss game or a paper dad joke teller. If you’re looking for ways to make his day even more memorable, look no further than these Father’s Day crafts.
Lego cufflinks are a two-step craft, meaning they’re great even for non-crafters! Plus, they double as the perfect gift for all the men in your life.
Get the tutorial at Dream a Little Bigger.

Little ones might not be ready to tackle the garage yet, but this cardboard car toy is a great start. They can enjoy painting the body together, and it will be a sweet reminder sitting on his desk or shelf.
Get the tutorial at Lovely Indeed.
This craft is simple enough for even the youngest kids to make and play with! All they’ll need is a wooden stick, string, ball, and a cup. Plus, the old-fashioned game will remind dad or grandpa of their own youth.
Get the tutorial at One Little Project.
Need a craft that doubles as a wearable gift? This stencil helps you make cute, customizable shirts for all the men in your life.
Get the tutorial at Dream a Little Bigger.
Let Dad be the grill master and the kids his apprentice. The kids can even make mini aprons for themselves!
Get the tutorial at Lovely Indeed.

Woodworking dads, this is the DIY project for you. It’s a relatively simple project, but the kids will need some guidance. Once the box is complete, stick some images in the frame and you have the most sentimental desk organizer out there!
Get the tutorial at The Craft Patch.
Life is about the little moments, and you can never begin to record them too early. This sweet paper journal is the perfect way for kids to record their favorite times with dad.
Get the tutorial at Crazy Little Projects.
Here’s to the dad who makes your dream house come true! Now, you can create your most fanciful one together using popsicle sticks!
Get the tutorial at Studio DIY.
You’ll want to craft these seashell candles before you serve up the best Father’s Day meal ever. Once they’re set, place them on the table for some nice mood lighting.
Get the tutorial at One Little Project.
A terrarium is like a mess-free science experiment that doubles as a neat decoration. Add your plants and moss, and watch how it grows!
Get the tutorial at Inspired by Charm.
How’s this for the most adorable Father’s Day gift bag around? These DIY bags look just like Dad’s favorite shirts!
Get the tutorial at The House That Lars Built.
Any dad who has a sweet tooth will appreciate a jar full of candy complete with a punny “Dad’s Stache” gift tag.
Get the tutorial at Cookies and Calligraphy.
Here’s something that Dad will enjoy on Father’s Day and for many years to come. This DIY football toss will be a hit at a backyard barbecue or picnic!
Get the tutorial at Cherished Bliss.
Dad deserves a trophy every day, but this one is perfect for Father’s Day! The kiddos can decorate it using foam letters and sparkly pom-poms. Present it with some chocolate for a sweet finishing touch.
Get the tutorial at Design Improvised.
Your little one will have so much fun making this dino-mite Father’s Day craft! Between the green handprint dinosaur and cute pun, Dad is sure to grin from ear to ear.
Get the tutorial at Hello Wonderful.
For Father’s Day gift wrapping that’s just as cool as the present inside, look to this tutorial for gift wrap that looks like a pair of worn-in jeans.
Get the tutorial at Tikkido.
With a heartfelt message prominently displayed, this gift can is able to hold so many Father’s Day gifts, from rolled-up socks and ties to his favorite snack mix.
Get the tutorial at Tried & True Creative.
If Dad has a green thumb, you can make this budget-friendly Mason jar planter complete with your kiddo’s handprint.
Get the tutorial at Joyful Derivatives.
If your kids can’t get enough coloring time, give them these free printable Father’s Day cards to color in for Dad’s special day.
Get the tutorial at Mikyla Creates.
Dad really is a superhero! And you can show him with these too-cute kitchen tools dressed up to look like caped crusaders.
Get the tutorial at One Little Project.

It’s a Dad joke and a thoughtful gift in one! Choose a favorite photo and glue on nuts and bolts to craft this frame.
Get the tutorial at Happiness Is Homemade.
Here’s an easy, yet straight-from-the-heart gift to present to Dad this Father’s Day. With vibrant colors and sweet words, your kids can show Dad all the things they love most about him.
Get the tutorial at Bolling with 5.
This photo tower is something Dad can put on his desk and admire all year long. All you’ll need to make it is patterned paper, wood blocks, nuts, bolts, paint, and wood glue.
Get the tutorial at The Happy Scraps.
If Dad considers himself the king of the grill, then this gift is perfect for him. The sign can hold a place of honor next to the grill, providing spots to hang tools and even a handy bottle opener.
Get the tutorial at Hip2Save.
For the perfect Father’s Day card or gift tag, have your kids make this barbecue-inspired handprint card.
Get the tutorial at Our Kid Things.
For ideas for one-on-one activities your kids can do with Dad, look no further than this idea jar, with activities written on Legos for even more cuteness.
Get the tutorial at The Seasoned Mom.
We’re betting that your kids love fortune tellers. Give it a Father’s Day twist with this printable joke teller that can be enjoyed on Father’s Day.
Get the tutorial at Bren Did.
Dad’s favorite small fries will love making this gift for him! This handmade fry box can work as a cute card or as something extra to tuck into a gift bag.
Get the tutorial at Handmade Charlotte.
Your child’s handwriting will be showcased forever on this handmade throw pillow. Dad will love displaying this on a chair in his office.
Get the tutorial at Meri Cherry.
Is Dad always losing his keys and watch? Give him a Father’s Day gift that’s thoughtful and practical with this nightstand caddy organizer.
Get the tutorial at Pillar Box Blue.