Father’s Day is coming up and seeing that everyone seemed so happy with the list of Mother’s Day crafts for kids that was done in May, I decided to do one for Father’s Day. These are all crafts that kids can do or should be able to do with some adult supervision.
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2. Daddy Daughter Date Jar by Adventures in Mommydom
3. DIY Wooden Key Chain by Easy Peasy and Fun
4. 5 Minute Gift for Dad by Nate and Rachel
5. Nuts and Bolts Picture Frame by One Time Through
6. Hand Print Card by Kitchen Counter Chronicle
7. 5 Father’s Day Gifts that Kids Can Make by East Coast Mommy
8. Daddy and Me Father’s Day Footprints by Capri + 3
9. Thumbprint Salt Dough Magnet by Messy Little Monster
10. Love Letter to Daddy by One Time Through
11. For the Dad Who Has Everything by Thinking Outside the Sandbox
12. Candy Gram by Creative Mommy
FOR THE NON-DIY (or those with limited time)
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If at any time you feel as if the crafts above are too time consuming or intimidating, there is always the option to purchase a gift for Father’s Day. Below you will find 3 options that I have my eye on.
1. SUN GLASSES
I have always loved the look of a man in sunglasses, aviators in particular. Why not let your kids choose a pair for dad?
A decent wallet is always a great gift for any father. How could your kids customize this gift even more?
Ensure that the wallet has enough pouches so that your kids can stick a photo of themselves that they want dad to take everywhere.
I am not sure I have ever heard of a man who does not like watches. So why not let your kids choose a watch for dad? To further customize the watch, you can get it engraved at a jewelery shop.
Although my husband has been ‘subtly’ dropping hints about a new mandolin, perhaps next year the kids will make him a gift. I am thinking a picture of a mandolin 😉 . What are your kids creating for Father’s Day this year?
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If you want some other ideas, check out:
18 Handmade Father’s Day Gifts from Study At Home Mama
13 Kid Made Father’s Day Crafts from Moms and Crafters