Father's Day Gifts
These fun Father's Day Crafts will give Dad useful and sentimental gifts while creating tons of family fun.
year, help your kids make Dad a gift he'll use every day. Head to
your favorite pottery-making place (we love Clay Cafe Studios!) and
have them make Dad a “#1 Dad” coffee mug for his mornings. On
Sunday, have them deliver Dad his morning joe in his new present.
your children to pick one meal that Dad is great at making. Then, ask
your kids to use markers or crayons and draw their favorite Dad Dish
on a white piece of paper. Next, ask them how they think Dad makes
the food and write their version of the recipe under the drawn
picture of Dad's Dish. After that, head to a copy shop (call ahead to
see if they do iron-ons) with the paper and have an iron-on transfer
made (maybe do it at 50% of the size). Then, iron it on at home to a
dishtowel so he can always remember how to make their favorite dish.
time Dad opens the fridge to grab an ice cold drink this summer,
remind him of how much you love him with family photo magnets. Print
your fave photo of the family and make it into a magnet! We love this
poloroid-like one from Zazzle.
your child find a small rock (about the size of the palm of your
hand), clean and wash it, and write “Dad Rocks” in colorful
paint. Decorate it with glitter glue and spray with acrylic sealer
spray after it dries.
Things to Buy Dad
few ideas from AskMen.com, check out their Top 10 Fathers Day Gifts
ideas adapted from Kaboose.com