I am not one who likes to feel rushed. Now that Mother’s Day is over (and after the spectacular job that my husband did with it), I immediately start thinking about what to do for him for Father’s Day. Perhaps, you’re in the same boat. Have no fear, here is a list of simple, but thoughtful crafts for your kiddos (and some for you) to make for Dad:
Dad work at a desk? This notepad decorated with the kids’ doodles will serve a great purpose and last well beyond Father’s Day.
Instead of the typical card, why not have the kids answer a questionnaire about Dad?
Sure, chocolate cake is loved by many. But this Jack & Coke Cake is sure to provide that extra zing. (Might want to make the kids a chocolate cake so they can join in the fun too. Or leave this one for after bedtime)
Create a wallet sized-collage of family member photos for Dad to carry in his wallet.
Order him this Dad is My Superhero sign from Etsy (or make it with paint, canvas and stencils!).
Visit a paint your own pottery store and make Dad a tray to use for emptying out the contents of his pockets at the end of the day. Use these for inspiration.
Binder rings, a whole punch, a pack of playing cards and 52 ways you love him are all that you need to make this memorable gift.
Create this fun artwork and remind Dad how much his kids want to “walk in his shoes”.
Love these ideas? Do you have a great Father’s Day craft of your own? Please leave us more inspiration in the comments!