It’s GO TIME! Time to think of the most creative and easy Father’s Day crafts out there! We’re talking festive, colorful, thoughtful, and perfect! No matter if you’re prepping a month ahead or looking for something completely last minute, we’ve got your back! Give Dad, Bonus Dad, Grandpa, or ANY father figure in their lives the perfect handmade gift they’ll use year-round!
Father’s Day Crafts Supplies
If you’re planning ahead (or with at least 3 days to prep for supplies) here are some great starter supplies to have on hand:
- Solid White Coffee Cups (Use these with specific paints and create something they’ll use at home or work, make sure to hand wash)
- Mod Podge
- Construction Paper
- Acrylic Paints
Easy Father’s Day Crafts
These are the most thoughtful, fun, and easy Father’s Day crafts ever! In this list, you’ll find handmade cards, small crafts, and even some ideas that can double as their gift.
This is an adorable way to celebrate the moment they became a Father AND use it as a home decor item too!
This is a super easy craft to have the kids create on their own! You can even get a laminate machine at Walmart too.
The kids might need a little help making some of these pieces but they can piece it together and give it themselves! It is perfect for homemade gifts.
Another great DIY Father’s Day Card idea (especially for the dad that always dresses up). They are so easy to make that you can make a bunch and hand them out to every dad that you know.
Any dad is going to love being able to redeem their vouchers. (Moms want these for every holiday we can get them!) Super easy to make and comes with a FREE printable to use.
You can get plain white mugs at Dollar Tree and create these adorable personalized mugs that Dad will use all the time. (Be sure to hand wash these!)
Upcycle their old shirts into something they can still use. It might just be their new favorite pillow or a way for them to decorate the chair in their office.
We love this Father’s Day craft. It’s something that’s practical and useful. Even if they don’t put candles in it, Dad will totally find something to use it for.
This one does require a Cricut or other machine that can cut vinyl (or if you’re really creative just a steady crafty hand) but it’s perfect for any dad that loves to grill.
10. Trinket Dishes
Have a Marvel/DC Dad? These are PERFECT! Customize them with their favorite characters.
Who doesn’t need a keychain right? Perfect craft for Father’s Day that every Dad figure in their lives can use! Plus for those dads that might not be around all the time, it’s a great way to carry something with them always.
These are easy-to-make crafts for kids of all ages. Perfect for desk decor to hold those epic pictures.
For the reading dad in their lives, you can print this easy-to-make paper weaving bookmark. There are plenty of easy instructions to follow and free printable paper.
These are perfect for little ones to make and gift to their dads. (This one only takes three supplies to create!)
These are a clever way to use those old Scrabble games that may be missing pieces. (You can also buy tiles online if you need more) Upcycle and repurpose for something they’ll use.
16. Tractor Cards
For the farming dad, these little footprint crafts are perfect. You can do one each year to show how much they’ve grown (great keepsake idea!)
17. LEGO Cufflinks
Let Dad carry a bit of nostalgia and fun with these handmade LEGO cufflinks!
For the superhero lover on your gift list, these are a great way to customize their gift. It comes with a free printable to help you make the jars and then just fill them with all their favorites.
19. Popsicle Craft
This is a frugal way the kids can share some of their favorite moments with Dad. Make it a hanger or frame it to stand on a desk.
This is a clever way to get Dad a back massage all the time, just throw the shirt on, lay down, and let the kids go to town with their favorite trucks and cars!
21. Candy Jar Gift
Dad will love the punny humor and the candy that comes with it. Ask the kids to fill it up with dad’s favorite candy and top it with a handmade card.
If dad loves to travel, then give him this thoughtful gift. The printable tag will help him spot his luggage really easily.
What’s crafting in your house for Father’s Day?