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Father's Day Crafts

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Find some fun Father’s Day craft ideas below. Whether it's a homemade card or a specially wrapped gift, Dad is sure to love it since you made it! Crafts marked with Friday Fun are great for classroom or group craft time.

The projects range in difficulty from VERY EASY to AVERAGE.

Pictures say more than words, but pictures and words together will help you decide which of these fun and creative Father’s Day craft ideas to make for Dad this Father’s Day!

  • Father's Day Pop-Up Card  Everyone enjoys receiving a card with a pop-up inside. It's easier than you might think to add a pop-up to one of your handmade greeting cards. To get you started, four cards with step pop-ups are included in this project, including one for Father's Day.


  • Kids' Serendipity Squares Father's Day Cards Friday Fun - This craft project is a kid version of the grown-up Serendipity Square Cards tutorial. Like in the adult version, scraps of paper are used to make colorful serendipity squares that can be combined in many ways to make one-of-a-kind greeting cards!


  • Simple Father's Day Cards Friday Fun - Don’t yell it, spell it! Handmade cards for Dad that spell out "D-A-D" are an easy Father’s Day craft project with results that Dad will cherish. Kids will have fun making these simple paper cutout cards and giving them as gifts, and Dad will appreciate the love and effort put into them.


  • Father's Day Gift Bags - Make gift bags for Dad using patterns specially designed for Father's Day. Print the black & white patterns on colored paper and the colored patterns on white paper. These bags are a perfect size for homemade cookies or brownies. Bonus printable: Father's Day stickers and tags


  • Pillow Boxes for Dad - Wouldn't your dad love to get a gift in a box made especially for him? Select from two printable pillow box patterns—one that's decorated with a shirt and tie or the other with hearts and a "Best Dad" award ribbon.


  • Father's Day Dangler Cards - Wait—how does it work? Dad will be impressed by this handmade novelty card that stands up on its own, showing off a dangling piece with images and a Father’s Day message. Father’s Day crafts from kids are the things Dad loves most—he’ll put this homemade card on his desk so he can look at it every day.


  • Father's Day envelope - Download and print a pattern for a special Father's Day envelope that fits 5½" by 4¼" cards like the Father's Day Dangler Cards, Father's Day Cutout Edge Cards or Simple Father's Day Cards.


  • Vegetable and Fruit Printing Friday Fun - Hate eating your veggies? Good news. In this fun gift wrap paper project, you’ll use vegetables to make patterned Father’s Day gift wrap! This Father’s Day craft for kids can be done with very young children, but older kids will love it too. You’ll be amazed at the classic potato print (let alone the results of less traditional fruits and veggies)!


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Gifts to make for Dad

Tip:  Father’s Day for kids is a special opportunity to show Dad how much he means! Homemade gifts for Dad are his favorites, and offer Father’s Day activities that the whole family can enjoy with Dad. Aunt Annie has several crafts to make for Dad—check them out!

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