If you’re looking for some free and/or frugal last minute gift ideas for Father’s Day you’re gonna love this post. I asked my blogging friends from the Kid Blogger Network to help me put together the Ultimate List of Fathers Day Gifts and Crafts and you’re gonna love all the talent and creativity.
We’ve got it all – upcycle, recycle, paint, stain, glue, cut and create the perfect personalized Father’s Day gift this year!
Fathers Day Gifts and Crafts
First, if you haven’t seen it yet, I created a FREE Father’s Day Book for Children and Families. It’s all about Dad’s talents from A-Z. It’s warm, fun and friendly and I created it to help teach children about all the wonderful things dads do. The book makes a wonderful gift and is great for families who enjoy reading together. Follow this link: FREE Father’s Day Book to learn more. Subscribers, a link to this free book can be found at the bottom of your e-mail from HappyandBlessedHome.com.
If you enjoy recycling and creative kid crafts, you’ll enjoy this Father’s Day Frame from a Juice Box craft from Stephanie at Parenting Chaos.
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Nicole from Nurse Mommy Superwoman shared 5 Free Printable Father’s Day Cards. You can customize each of these cards to meet your family’s tastes.
If you enjoy free printables to create cards and a little retro design, you’ll like this Father’s Day card I created last year. I also created a matching wood photo box to match the card. My husband loved this gift.
Jackie from I Heart Arts and Crafts shared an inexpensive Father’s Day Mug decorated with a sharpie.
Leanna from All Done Monkey shared an idea for a Father’s Day handprint craft. It looks adorable framed and matted.
Nadia from Teach Me Mommy shared a photo TV Remote Caddy made from a tissue box. A perfect and inexpensive Father’s Day gift!
With another take on the home made Father’s Day Mug? Kate from Crafts on Sea shared this Father’s Day Mug.
Vanessa upcycled a pringles can to create a beautiful container for some home made cookies. It’s a Father’s Day Cookie Gift. ￼
Liz from the Love and Marriage Blog shared a “Me and my Dad” printable – an easily customizable gift for Father’s Day. ￼
Rachael from Nate and Rachel shared a simple (less than 5 minute) DIY gift for Dad for Father’s Day.
￼ Viviana from Tot Schooling shared this free printable for matching occupations and vehicles – its a fun Father’s Day activity for dads and their kids.
Kim from Kid Pep shared a DIY Necktie Gift Bag for Father’s Day. What a cute idea for making a special lunch or snack!￼
Betsy from Fun Handprint Art Blog shared this poster and hand print craft for Father’s Day.
Lauren from Heart of Deborah shared some cute Father’s Day Crafts. ￼
Michelle from Sassy Dealz has some adorable ideas for Father’s Day Cards. Here is one example:
Natalie from Planet Smarty created a unique Father’s Day gift using Legos.
Erica at Mini Monets and Mommies posted a Father’s Day Wood Print Art Activity with the word “Dad”.
Jen over at Mum in the Madhouse shared a bunch of great ideas for Father’s Day including these bookmarks created from your children’s artwork.
￼ Julie from The Chirping Moms shared a handful of fun kid-friendly Father’s Day crafts.
Becky from Your Modern Family created some cute fingerprint ties with her kiddos and shared a tutorial if you’d like to make this cute craft at home.
Amanda from Artsy Momma has a FREE printable so you can create your own World’s Best Dad poster at home.
Jennifer from The Life of Jennifer Dawn shared some adorable Father’s Day snack jars made from honey bears.
Carly from Africa to America did not feature any crafts or DIY, but she did focus on creating meaningful Father’s Day Gifts in her post.
Emma at P is for Preschooler shared a post on 7 Ways to Show Dad You Care.
Now, some of the bloggers included in this roundup are from the Family Fun Friday link parties I host. Kimberly at Five Little Chefs shared five adorable ideas for hand made gifts for Father’s Day.
Cheryl at Moms and Munchkins shared these super-cute Father’s Day Coupons that you can download, print and give to Dad.
And, Crystal from Crystal’s Tiny Treasures shared a printable to create your own Father’s Day Poem. The printable also comes with a version appropriate for Grandfathers.
I hope all of these wonderful ideas inspire you. This list includes some wonderful ideas for great gifts that will help make this Father’s Day extra special.
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- Preparing for Kindergarten Series – insight from the book, “Skills for Preschool Teachers”
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