Father’s Day Handmade Gift Ideas, He Will Love

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I’ve started rounding up some crafts/ DIY ideas that you can make with the kids, some that mom can make and add little touches from the kids. Other’s that older kids and teens can make for dad or grandpa. We love celebrating dads and grandpas with handmade gifts. Sammie and I have made a few over the years. Although I don’t think I’ve shared them all here. But, we are sharing a round up of Father’s Day Handmade Gift Ideas, He’ll Love

What’s great about something handmade is it’s a gift that they’ll cherish. We still pull out those handmade cards, gifts and photos and look back at the cute things that were said, or how little they were in the photos when we made a collage. 

Below we have a few ideas to get you started and have asked our blogging friends to feel free to join in and add their Father’s Day projects for you to see. Drop back by as the list grows. We can’t wait to see all the ideas too! Not a blogger but, would like to share a project photo of something you created? Feel free to email me, tweet the project to me or tag our Facebook page with your project! 

Fathers Day Craft Ideas

Father’s Day Handmade Gift Ideas

Fathers Day Handmade Craft Ideas

  1. Free Printable Gift Tags for Dad
  2. Faux Concrete Succulent Planters DIY
  3. Father’s Day Painted Frame DIY
  4. Scavenger Hunt Activity Idea for Father’s Day 
  5. Dapper Drink Wine Bag DIY
  6. Decoupaged Box DIY for dad’s things
  7. Golf Gift for Dad With Free Printable
  8. Leather Tags DIY 

Father's Day Handmade Gift Ideas

Father’s Day Handmade Gift Ideas

More! Craft ideas and DIYs for Father’s Day; 

  1. Have the kids write dad a special note by filling in the blanks with an I Love My Daddy Printable.
  2. Love You To Pieces Mason Jar Craft with free printable
  3. Nautical Knit Key Chain DIY for dad
  4. Easy Nautical Knot Key Chain DIY
  5. Try a Fishing Themed Fathers Day Party with Photo Prop fun too! 
  6. Leather Cell Phone Case Father’s Day DIY 
  7. Sewers here’s a free stitched pattern for a key chain for dad.
  8. This diy is so easy an older kid or teen could make it for dad! DIY cup design
  9. What dad wouldn’t like a homemade shaving cream? Rosemary Mint Shaving Cream DIY
  10. Comic Book Coasters DIY for the dad whose a kid at heart or likes retro comics.
  11. Why not put a spin on this idea and give dad a Comic card/Candy Bouquet with his favorite candies!
  12. Why not clean dad’s grill for him! He’ll love you for that. How to clean a grill
  13. Make dad a fire pit for the yard Fire Pit DIY
  14. Coke Float Cupcakes & Free Party Printable
  15. Rope Anchor Coasters DIY
  16. Car Road Map Tee Shirt DIY (kids roll their cars on his back & he gets a massage!)
  17. Father’s Day Stache Jars
  18. Free Printable Father’s Day Coupons
  19. Love you to pieces DIY
  20. Soda-Lighted Printable Gift Tags for Dads & Grandpas
  21. You mean the world to me gift tags 
  22. Fill in the blank questioner for dad & grandpa printable 

Father’s Day Handmade Gift Ideas

Come share your Father’s Day Crafts and DIYS; 

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  1. Great post! I love all the ideas! I also love the link up at the bottom too! Great idea and fun way to welcome other bloggers in.

    1. Hi Ashley, That was created by Sadie. She really has some great ideas! I can’t take the credit for her lovely gift idea. Hope you clicked over to see how to make it!

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