Inside: These Father’s Day gifts are easy for toddlers and preschoolers to make! They would make sweet keepsakes to save as sweet memories for years to come.
Homemade Father’s Day gifts made by kids are the best. Well, ALL gifts made by kids are the best. There is something about those handprints, those scribbles, those photos that capture your sweet little one at the age they are right now.
Trust me on this. Many years from now you will look back on this gifts and smile. I’m so glad my husband and I saved all those parent gifts our children made throughout their childhood years!
I probably said something similar in my Mother’s Day Gifts post, but it’s so true. I have a drawer in my nightstand that holds most of these treasures. Okay, there might be a box in the garage, too.
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Homemade Father’s Day Gifts Made By Kids
You Are My Superhero – Create a darling painting for dad using a hand and footprint. (Glued to My Crafts)
I’m Hooked on Daddy – This handprint on canvas would especially be cute for the dad who loves fishing. (Glued to My Crafts)
Hands Down … Best Dad Ever – Need a quick gift? Download the free printable, add handprints, and pop it into a frame. (Catch My Party)
DIY Photo Tile Coasters – For less than $5 you can purchase individual tiles and add photos to make a personalized gift for Dad. (Pop Sugar)
Decorated Golf Balls – If Dad loves to golf, he will love his own unique golf balls. (Laughing Kids Learn)
Framed Sand Foot Prints – The sweetest keepsake that uses sand and plaster of Paris. (Paging Fun Mums)
Easy Kid-Made Scribble Mug – Children can create their own designs using au l-based Sharpies or painters pens. Dad will smile every time he uses his special mug! (I Heart Arts and Crafts)
“I Love You Daddy” Pillowcase – Make Dad his own special pillowcase. It’s super easy! (Mama Papa Bubba)
Personalized Father’s Day Cards – Add more sweetness to your gift with one of these cute cards. (Crafty Morning)
Father’s Day Printable Questionnaire – Here’s another fun idea that you can do at the last minute. The answers are sure to make dad chuckle. (Kinzie’s Kreations)
Trinket Box – Glue popsicle sticks together for a place for Dad to store his keys or other small items. (Craft Elf)
Toddler Keepsake Key Chain – A simple idea for toddlers (or older kids) that involves plastic and markers. (Crafty Creative Kathy)
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