There are always so many fun Mother’s Day crafts to do with kids, it’s seems Father’s Day crafts are a bit harder to find. So I searched online to find the best of the best, the cutest, most adorable, and most meaningful Father’s Day crafts that kids can do alone or with a little help. Check out the collection of crafts below from around the web.
Father’s Day Cutout Frame
Most of the time when I think of Martha Stewart crafts I envision activities that utilize lots of supplies, have lots of steps, and don’t always turn out as planned. However, this Father’s Day Cutout Frame is super simple, cute, and one that Dad would be proud to have on his office desk.
The instructions for this cute craft can be found here: Martha Stewart Father’s Day Cutout Frame
This trinket box from Craft Elf is the perfect gift to hold dad’s keys, coins, and other small items. It’s a simple craft made of popsicle sticks and glue and one that toddlers and preschoolers would enjoy helping make. They could even use markers to color the popsicle sticks before assembling.
The easy instructions for this craft can be found at Craft Elf Trinket Box
Dad’s Own Toolbox
This craft from Better Homes & Gardens is an easy and fun one if you can find a pre-made unfinished toolbox at an arts & crafts store. Simply have the kids paint it and attach items to the outside that remind them of Dad.
For the easy instructions visit: Better Homes & Gardens Dad’s Toolbox
Cool Desk Organizer
This desk organizer from Parents.com can be customized in many ways and will make dad smile while keeping his desk free of clutter at the same time. What a multi-purpose and meaningful gift!
The instructions for this craft can be found at Parents.com Cool Desk Organizer.
This craft from HGTV is much easier than you’d think. All that’s needed are cufflink backs, legos, and glue. Any dad who loved Legos as a kid will grin whenever he sees them.
Easy instructions for this craft can be found at HGTV Lego Cufflinks.
Don’t forget Father’s Day 2012 is Sunday, June 17th!