8 Father’s Day Crafts Kids Can Help Make
These fun Father's Day crafts are guaranteed to make dad smile. Plus, they're easy enough for the kids to make!
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The perfect gift for a punny dad, this “You Rock” craft from Doodle & Stitch is so simple to make. Let kiddos go wild decorating the rocks and writing a special message for dad.
Looking for Father’s Day recipes? Try these dishes approved by dad himself!
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Soda Bottle Bear
Is dad the bear-y best? Then transform an empty 2-liter bottle into the cutest homemade Father’s Day gift ever with the help of spray paint and permanent markers. Fill the completed craft with soil and a succulent.
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Photo Courtesy of The Soccer Mom Blog
This adorable card from The Soccer Mom blog combines two of dad’s favorite things: baseball and his children. While a scissors is required for this personalized Father’s Day gift, kids can still help with tracing, decorating and choosing a photo.
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You know your dad is the best one around, but today is the day to make it official. This cute paper award from Easy Peasy and Fun will help dad feel extra-special on Father’s Day.
Another best? These Father’s Day brunch recipes.
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If your dad loves spending time at the lake, this cupcake craft is for him. Opt for homemade or store-bought ‘cakes, then get ready to decorate a la Frugal Coupon Living with mini pretzel rods, candy fish, gum-ball bobbers and more.
Taste of Home
Does dad have a sweet tooth? Treat him to these tasty peanut butter cups. Little hands will love stirring the mixture and decorating with sprinkles.
Whether your dad wears a suit and tie, construction gear, scrubs or some other work uniform, honor his career with a card inspired by his daily outfits. You’ll need craft paper, a scissors and glue for this Father’s Day idea.