Kids DIY Father’s Day Gifts – Though Father’s Day is still weeks away, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t get started on your gifts. If you’ve got little ones, a DIY gift for dad could be the perfect thing to keep them occupied and productive. Below, we’ve rounded up four creative and crafty DIY gift ideas to show dad how much his family cares.
My Dad Rocks
If you’ve got young kids in tow, consider helping them put together a goofy handmade card, which calls for river rocks and markers or craft paint. To get this DIY started, send your kids to the yard to collect small, smooth stones. If dad appreciates a good pun, you might make him laugh out loud with this rock-centric DIY.
For details and instructions in recreating this My Dad Rocks card, visit Non-Toy Gifts.
Nuts About Dad
This one’s another great idea if you want to get your young children in on the Father’s Day gift. To get this DIY started, you’ll need to shop for dad’s favorite nuts. If he would appreciate a sweet treat to accompany the salty, consider adding in a few surprise smarties or whatever other candy he might appreciate.
For details and instructions in recreating this Nuts About Dad Jar, visit Cincy Shopper.
This idea is slightly more complex than the previous two, because it requires the use of kitchen tools and appliances. If you have younger kids, but would still like to recreate this recipe, consider baking the cookies yourself and getting them involved in the icing and decorating stage. This DIY caters to dads who can’t enough of sweet treats and will take approximately 45 minutes to create, from prep to finish. For all your bakeware needs, visit ShopCHT.com.
For details and instructions in recreating these D-A-D Cookies, visit Sainsbury’s.
DIY Photo Coasters
Kids DIY Father’s Day Gifts. If your kids are a bit older, they might find DIY-ing personalized photo coasters to be a surprisingly simple project. Photo coasters are a great way to preserve dad’s favorite photo memories in a way where he can appreciate them on a daily. To get this DIY started, simply collect your favorite photos of dad. As a finishing touch, stack and tie your coasters together with a bow or ribbon and present them to dad alongside his beverage of choice (so he can begin putting his gift to good use).
For details and instructions in recreating these DIY Photo Coasters, visit Juggling With Kids.
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