The best gifts are handmade gifts, especially from your kiddos. Here are 10 DIY projects that your kids can make dad this Father's Day.
1. Lego Picture Frame Pencil Holder
Do you have a kiddo who loves Legos? They can make a fun pencil holder picture frame for dad. Find the tutorial over on Lalymom.
2. DIY Sharpie Mug
Mom can buy or make the stencil and the kiddo can color...or the kiddo can do both. The possibilities are endless but I do love this Darth Vader mug from Made In a Day.
3. Father's Day Booklet
I actually love this gift. Imagine doing it every year and seeing how they grow up through what they write. Download this printable at Tiny Me.
4. Paracord Key Chains
My 8yr old son loves to make these. This is the perfect gift to keep dad's keys together. Check out the how to over on Instructables.
5. Father's Day Peanut Jar
This is a great last minute option for those who need it. Download the printable at Design Dining and Diapers.
6. Father's Day Coloring/Drawing Page.
Again, this is another one that could be fun to do year after year...even when they are teenagers. Download the printable at Tried and True Blog.
7. Paracord Watch Band
8. DIY Kids Shadow Photo
9. Father's Day Notepad
This project is simple, fun, useable, and easy. Thanks Martha for sharing your genius again.
10. Kids Artwork Key Chain
Have your kids draw something simple for dad and have it made into a key chain. These key chains can be found on Etsy by Habit Nation USA.