Did it just occur to you today that Father’s Day is this Sunday? You are not alone. I just spent several panicky minutes googling for last minute Father’s Day crafts my kids can make by then. (It’s been a week. I accidentally put my daughter’s phone in the wash, and if you have a teenager I don’t think I have to tell you how that went over.)
So I thought I’d share some of my favorite finds with you. The best thing about these ideas is that you likely have everything you need already!
7 Last Minute Father’s Day Crafts Kids Can Make
Best Dad Book
All you need is a printer to make this Best Dad book from Lia Griffith. Then have your kids fill in their heartfelt responses and original artwork and you’re done! It doesn’t get much easier than that.
Take those legos you’re always stepping on and put them to good use with this adorable Building Memories jar. This is so easy you barely need instructions, but Seasoned Mom has all the details.
Father’s Day Certificates
Get free printable Father’s Day Certificates from Catherine at Smart Party Planning. These could be a standalone gift or accompany another present.
Computer Diskette Pencil Cup
Susan from Organized31.com came up with this super cute Computer Diskette Pencil Cup. Perfect for a techie dad! I’m willing to bet you have old diskettes in a box somewhere.
Dad Rocks Card
DIY Beard Oil
I love a good old-school craft like DIY bookmarks. You can use these free printables from Yellow Bliss Road or let your kids go wild and make their own creations.
What are your kids making for Father’s Day?