5 Summer Crafts for Kids (Fathers Day)

Fathers Day is just around the corner. Are you ready? Check out these simple yet meaningful Fathers Day crafts you can do and have them ready for Sunday!

Fathers Day – Hand Print Family Tree

Make a Tree out of brown construction paper and have all of your kids add a hand print for each child (or multiple prints). I love the saying! You can print this out or buy letter stickers and make the saying.



Fathers Day – Daddy and Child Handprint Together

This is probably my favorite idea! I love handprints, and this is so tender. It is really a perfect way to show how tender daddy is. Just get your “dad” handprint and let it dry, then use a light color of paint to put your child’s handprint in the middle. So simple, yet so beautiful!


Fathers Day – Super Dad Soda Bottle Set

Being unique is always fun! If you “dad” like snacks, then this will get his attention! What a cute way to give him something special and unique.



Fathers Day Homemade DAD Frame

Having something homemade and from the heart are the best gifts I have ever received from my kids. I know that dad’s feel the same way! This is a simple yet touching Fathers Day Gift Idea! Just make the letters D A D out of card stock, and decorate them, then add pictures of dad and his kids.



Homemade Fathers Day Card

A homemade Fathers Day card is a great way to let DAD know you are thinking about him! This is great, especially if you have more than one kid, you can give them each a “page” to color or decorate or write on! This is something he can keep forever and always remember his kids.


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