ROUNDUP: 8 Cute and Easy Father’s Day Crafts

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Father’s day is one week away today!! Most of the time kiddos make Mother’s Day crafts at school, but Dad’s get left out because most schools (at least in my area) are already out for the summer by the time Dad’s Day rolls around.

In this post, I’ve rounded up a ton of cute, EASY Father’s Day crafts that you can make with the help of even the littlest kiddos! Bonus: Most of these require items that can be purchsed from the dollar store, or things you probably already have at home.

Let’s get started!

 

First up, this adorable Owl Card from I Heart Crafty Things.

She has a printable template so you can cut out your own owl! It’s an easy craft for kids to help with, as you can let them glue the face on or color the wings πŸ™‚

And ALSO from I Heart Crafty Things, this Super Dad candy bar card!

There’s a template for this one as well πŸ˜‰ Check out the rest of her site while you’re there, she has some adorable things!

 

Next up is a trophy from Creatively Crafting!

I cannot even. This is so adorable and so simple! Once finished, you can even fill it with some of Dad’s favorite candy πŸ™‚

If you have REALLY little littles (or just big kids who love to get messy) this is a quick and easy card that’s simple to put together, but it’s truly a work of art from the kiddos!

You can check it out at Clare’s Little Tots!

 

This one is a two parter, you can either make or purchase a frame to go with this adorable picture idea from Crafty Texas Girls!

So adorable! And just think of all the cute scenes you could do! I’m picturing kids kicking a chalk soccer ball. Gah, so cute!

 

Check out this frame from Happiness is Homemade!

If you don’t have a die cutting machine, you can use a paint pen or stickers for the message. Little hands can help paint the frame and glue on the nuts and bolts, just watch out for the ones who like to put things in their mouths!

This one might be my favorite… This Zombie Survival Kit from Sandy Toes and Popsicles is just SO amazingly done.

The attention to detail here is tops, and she has done a great job of making a FULL zombie apocalypse kit that even my husband would probably approve of.Β πŸ˜‚Β It’s also very simple to put together with just some kraft paper and a printer. You COULD of course use a cutting machine to cut the labels out if you have one. And the included card printable is hilarious as well!

And lastly, If Dad has a sweet tooth, make him a candy bouquet! Hip2Save has a great tutorial on how to put one together!

Just pick out all of Dads’ favorites and go to town! I really love this one because it’s another that’s super simple even if you aren’t SUPER crafty πŸ˜‰ The only problem in our house would be keeping the kiddo out of the candy!

This one might be a bit harder to involve the kiddos on, but if you throw in a handmade card (or even one of these other crafts!) You’re golden!

I hope you got some good ideas out of this post, and if you’d like to pin any of the images more easily, all of the crafts in this post are pinned to this Father’s Day Pinterest Board!!

Have any other cute Father’s Day craft Ideas? Send them my way!Β 

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