Inside: More than 20 adorable Father’s Day Card ideas, homemade crafts and gifts that kids can make and personalize just for dad! Just updated for 2019!
21 Kid-Made Father’s Day Cards & Gifts
Looking for an idea-starter that the kids can make for Dad?
I’ve put together a list of my absolute favorite Father’s Day Cards from around the web. There’s something for everyone and Dad is sure to love ’em!
There are lots of fun Father’s Day Card ideas, homemade Father’s Day crafts, and even Father’s Day recipes to make the day extra special for Dad.
Click on the links below each photo to view to full step-by step tutorial for each of these Father’s Day card ideas. There are also a few video tutorials you can watch below.
Teddy Bear Card for Father’s Day on The Soccer Mom Blog – video tutorial below – This is going to melt their heart and want them to give a big “bear” hug to the kids!
Baseball Pop-Up Father’s Day Card on The Soccer Mom Blog – video tutorial below – Great card idea for dads who love sports!
“DINO-MITE” Clever Homemade Father’s Day Card on The Soccer Mom Blog – Who doesn’t love puns? This card is perfect.
Origami Father’s Day Shirt (instructions available at Hello Wonderful) – The kids will love creating this adorable craft for dad.
Guess WHOO Loves You Card (instructions available at I Heart Crafty Things) – So much love for dad on his big day!
“Hooked on Daddy” Fish Handprint Card (instructions available at The Best Ideas for Kids) – Great for little ones to be a part of this cute card.
Out of this World Alien Card (instructions available at I Heart Crafty Things) – Show dad that he’s “out of this world” awesome!
“D.A.D. Salt Dough Frame” on The Soccer Mom Blog – This is a great keepsake to give to dad!
It’s “O-FISH-ial” You’re Awesome Card (instructions available at The Best Ideas for Kids) – Homemade cards are the best!
Shirt & Tie Card (instructions available at East Coast Mommy) – If dad dresses up, this is for him.
Finger Painted DAD Card (image credit: Clare’s Little Tots) – Messy play and an excellent card for dad? Yes, please!
Flying Superhero Dad Craft (instructions available at Kids Craft Room) – Treat dad like the superhero of the family!
Father’s Day Interview Sheets (printables available at Makeovers and Motherhood) – Let the kids have fun answering these questions all about dad.
Light-Up Father’s Day Card (instructions available at Left Brain Craft Brain) – This card is simple and certain to stand out!
Monster Hug Card (instructions available at Kids Craft Room) – Big hugs are the best hugs!
More Clever Father’s Day Card Ideas and Kid-Made Gifts
- Father’s Day Feet Bookmarks (instructions available at Red Ted Art) – Give dad a bookmark he’ll love!
- 3-D Card for Dad (instructions available at Twitchetts) – This might be one card he never forgets!
- Dad & Grandpa Printable Fill-in Cards (available at Sunny Day Family) – The perfect gift idea for dad or grandpa.
- Father’s Day Coloring Page & Fill-in Printable (instructions available at The Wise Owl Factory) – Color dad a picture and give him a great keepsake.
- Printable Father’s Day Book (instructions available at Buggy & Buddy) – This book is all about dad!
- Handprint Baseball Father’s Day Gift (instructions at Sunny Day Family) – If he loves baseball, this is perfect!
PS- If you’re still looking for a gift from YOU, check out these epic Father’s Day gift ideas for dads that love to cook and entertain!
Father’s Day Food Ideas & Recipes
Another surefire way to Dad’s heart is to feed him! Here are some of our favorite fun food ideas to make for Dad’s special weekend:
Lawn Mower Rice Krispie Treats from In The Kids Kitchen – Fill up his tummy with these cute homemade treats!
Chocolate Covered Soccer Oreos (You could also switch them up and make basketballs, baseballs, or golf balls using different colored chocolate and frosting decorations!) – There’s no wrong way to eat anything covered in chocolate!
Pulled Pork Barbecue Sandwich – Is Dad a BBQ lover?? Here’s an easy recipe the kids can help put together in minutes!
Does your family have any special Father’s Day traditions? Share in the comments below!