40 easy Father’s Day crafts for kids 2022 | Wender Mind Kids

40 easy Father's Day crafts for kids 2022

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While it’s always nice to buy dad a Father’s Day gift from his favorite store, there are other ways to make his day special. You can dive into fun Father’s Day activities or try making creative DIY Father’s Day gifts with the kids. And while crafting is an appealing way to get the family together for quality time, finding the perfect craft for the day can be a tough decision. With our summary of easy crafts for father’s day, You’ll find ideas to bring the imaginations of your littlest makers and tweens to life.

The projects we feature celebrate every type of dad – from the superhero lovers and show-bingers to the handymen of the house and the kings of the grill. Plus, these crafts can be done with kids of all ages — with some being so simple they only need two supplies. As if that wasn’t good enough, most can even serve as gifts!

Whichever idea you choose, don’t forget to pair the craft with a Father’s Day card – and if you’re struggling to write the right message, we’ve got a few thoughtful phrases that are absolutely perfect.

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Washi Tape Crafts embroidery frames

You can upcycle an old tin can (watch out for sharp edges!), paint it and personalize it with a photo. Then dad can use it for pencils, flowers or anything else he might need to store.

Get the tutorial at Buggy and Buddy »

Dad Face Rock’s paperweight

This is a bit advanced as it requires a Cricut. But if you have one, you can make personalized jars for all of his favorite sauces and condiments.

Get the tutorial at JOANN »

It’s a handprint craft – but shrunk down so Dad can keep it with him at all times. If you make it an annual tradition, you can have fun comparing how much they’ve grown.

Get the tutorial at JOANN »

For a one-of-a-kind dad, you need a one-of-a-kind gift—like a scroll of paper dressed to look just like him. You can even make his favorite outfit!

Get the tutorial at Non-Toy Gifts »

If dad is a movie buff, this card will give him good cinema memories without all the sticky butter. Pom poms turn into popcorn kernels with a little creativity.

Get the tutorial at Craft Project Ideas »

Dad & Daughter Scrabble Frame

Handmade Superhero Craft Card

Perfect for dads who love fishing or eating Swedish fish! Make this cute craft a hands-on learning experience by letting the kids sort the fish into different boxes by color.

Get the tutorial from Eighteen25 »

LEGO Building Memories glass

Write a favorite activity of his on each LEGO set, then pull it out of a mason jar when you need a fun weekend activity. When you’re done with a few ideas, stack the Legos on top of each other to represent the “built” memories.

Get The Seasoned Mom’s Tutorial »

I love you so much hand card

This is definitely one of the easier crafts on this list! Children trace their hands and you help them cut out a strip of paper to fold them accordion style. Add some letter stickers and you’re done!

Get the tutorial from Day in my Life »

Even the littlest monsters can help build this healthy snack for dad. The blogger includes a printable version to decorate the jar perfect for the holidays.

Get Lil Luna’s Tutorial »

Hands down the best dad ever

Simply print the template onto a sturdy card stock in their favorite colour. Be sure to help the little one to use the craft knife or scissors.

Get the tutorial at Mr. Printables »

This gift idea doesn’t require any complicated skills to show dad he’s number 1. When you’re done with that, stick a safety pin on the back for him to wear all day on Father’s Day!

Get the Tutorial at Easy Peasy and Fun »

Love you in pieces photo frames

Building the frame is easy: all you need is some cardboard, some jigsaw puzzle pieces, and some popsicle sticks. The hard part will be choosing the picture to frame.

Get Crafty Morning’s Tutorial »

Following in father’s footsteps map

Take one of dad’s shoes (preferably an old and unused one) and dip it in some paint to make a shoe print. Follow the same process with the baby’s footprint and you’ll have an adorable card that he’ll cling to for years to come.

Get Crafty Morning’s Tutorial »

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