Father’s Day Craft Ideas

How to make a personalized Father's Day snack basket

Before you know it, Father’s Day will be here. Time to make that special guy feel like he is king of the castle. Looking for some inspiration to help your kiddos give dad a gift from the heart this Father’s Day? Here are some homemade Father’s Day craft ideas that he will love (and that are easy to make!)


Father’s Day Gift Basket

How to make a personalized Father's Day gift basket

Gather up a sampling of all dad’s favorite foods for this gift basket. Then get creative on your computer to give everything new personalized labels. When we put this basket together we started with the free printable labels we found on the Martha Stewart website, then kept the theme going with some ideas of our own. A great website to where you can design your own labels and images (for free!) is Picmonkey.com.

** Another fun thing about this gift was sharing dad’s munchies with family and friends at a Father’s Day barbecue dinner.

Personalized Photo Business Card Holder

Help dad to smile at work with a photo memory business card holder.  Here is how to make this Father’s Day craft:

Start with a plastic cassette tape holder to use as your base.

  1. How to make a personalized Father's Day business card holderFind a favorite photo and print it in a size large enough to cover the the cassette holder when trimmed. (4″ width)
  2. Glue your photo onto stiff cardboard.
  3. Trim around the outline of the subjects in your photo to create a silhouette.
  4. Open the cassette holder and glue your cardboard cut out onto the inside back of the lid.
  5. Close the case to store your cards, or flip the case open to display.

Boxers with Personality

How to make some fun DIY boxer shorts for dadHelp dad feel special underneath it all with some crafty boxer shorts. There are lots of ways that your could make these. We purchased some iron on letters from a local craft store for an easy project. Another idea is to use fabric markers or fabric crayons to design your own unique piece of underwear art.


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