A DIY gift or a homemade craft is always a nice touch for any holiday or birthday present. Get the kids together and pick out one of these Father’s Day craft ideas to make for Dad. Some of these Father’s Day craft ideas are as simple as adding a special message on a chocolate bar and as crafty as building a golf bookend for his study. Whether Dad likes to grill during the summer or likes to keep special mementos at his desk, you’ll be able to whip something up with the kids without spending too much money.
Holding hands, in art form!
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These Father's Day cards are extra special because the monster arms are molded after the kid's arms.
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Make Father's Day extra sweet with this chocolate-filled container.
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If Dad has great office style, this pencil cup will fit right in.
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After making these fun origami crafts, you can either write a Father's Day message or leave a sweet picture inside for Dad to find.
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Decorate Dad's favorite treats with sweet quotes that will remind him how much he means to you.
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Compile Dad's favorite memories in just one place by creating these wooden photo blocks.
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If you bought Dad a gift but still want to include something homemade, try customizing paper bags as the wrapping.
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This gift is as simple as writing Dad's favorite hobbies and activities on brick-style blocks.
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These homemade golf bookends are an excellent daddy-child project to do together.
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This DIY apron design is so easy that toddlers can contribute.
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Decorate an otherwise plain candy bar with these adorable superhero outfits for each family member.
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This DIY tray is perfect for keys and coins.
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Add a personalized label to any gift. These come together so quickly and easily, you'll want to use this idea for other holidays as well.
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For an easy, last-minute gift, spruce up Dad's favorite candy or chocolate bar with a printable (and adorable) candy wrapper.
Get the printable at Lil' Luna.
What you'll need: Hershey's chocolate candy bars ($23 for 36, .com)
Help Dad get organized this Father's Day with a DIY tie rack that can hold more than 35 ties.
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What you'll need: wood stain ($19, .com); old-fashioned nails ($6, .com); brad nailer ($100, .com)
Show Dad you love him "bear-y" much with this simple yet creative candy jar.
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What you'll need: mason jars ($9 for two, .com);($7, .com)
Rustle up some rocks and you can pull this cute frame together in no time.
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The kids will love making homemade trail mix for Dad.
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Dad can grill in style with this spiffy apron.
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You only need a few natural ingredients to whip up a fresh batch of this homemade shaving cream just for Dad.
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Give dad a way to cherish old memories forever with these easy-to-make coasters.
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Knock Father's day out of the park with this sentimental gift idea.
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Assemble this unique and practical bottle opener for dad, which is the perfect addition for any man cave.
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If Dad loves a good pun, he's sure to go nuts for this funny frame.
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Make copies of this free grill-themed printable, then have the kids dip their hands in paint to create "flames."
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If you're handy with a sewing machine, you can turn Dad's stained old ties into cute pouches for office supplies.
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Does Dad love to grill? Then he'll definitely appreciate this homemade BBQ rub.
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Not so crafty? This gift takes minimal skills to put together.
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Dad will never have to go hunting for his grilling tools again, thanks to this handy organizer.
Get the tutorial at Lil' Luna.