17 Father’s Day Crafts for Toddlers that Dad Will Love
Looking for some Father’s Day crafts easy enough for a toddler to do?
You’re in the right place!
DIY Father’s Day gifts from your toddler are a surefire way to melt Dad’s heart without breaking the bank.
These easy and adorable Father’s Day crafts are simple enough for your tot to complete (with your help, of course!) and creative enough to make this Father’s Day one for the books!
Let’s get started!
Best Father’s Day Crafts for Toddlers
1. Handprint Work Gloves and Poem
How cute are these hand print work gloves? Dad won’t be able to say no to all the projects on your to-do list once you give him these! You can see the full tutorial and download the poem from I Can Teach My Child here!
Source: I Can Teach My Child
2. DIY Personalized Engraved Hammer
This DIY engraved hammer would go perfectly with the gloves above – although you might want to do the engraving part while your toddler is napping!
Source: I Can Teach My Child
3. Handprint Tree and Quote
Such a cute and easy idea for a last minute Father’s Day gift!
4. Coolest Dad Popsicle Card
Let Daddy know he’s still the coolest with this awesome homemade Father’s Day card!
Source: Homeschool Preschool
5. Fish Themed Father’s Day Card
Don’t all dads love fishing and puns? This fin-tastic card has both, plus a personal touch!
Source: Crafts on Sea
6. Daddy’s Grilling Partner Printable
Just print the free template and add your tots hand prints for the flames – easy peasy and the finished product looks amazing! Get the full tutorial and free printable here.
Source: Glued to My Crafts
7. Hand Print Golfer Father’s Day Card
This punny Father’s Day craft is perfect for all the golfing daddy’s out there!
Source: Crafty Morning
8. Father’s Day Finger Paint Message Canvas
For a toddler craft, this Father’s Day finger-painted canvas sure does look amazing! Perfect to hang in his office or man cave.
Source: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
9. Father’s Day Fingerprint Dish
This Father’s Day craft might take a little longer to make than the others on this list, but what a sweet and functional gift idea! Dad could keep this DIY fingerprint dish on his desk at work or use it as a ring dish beside the sink. Get the full tutorial here.
Source: What Katy Said
10. Daddy Daughter Frame
Just print a sweet picture of daddy and his girl and add it to your handmade Father’s Day frame. Purchase your supplies at the Dollar Tree to make this craft as budget friendly as it is cute!
Source: Making Things is Awesome
11. I Love Dad Father’s Day Thumbprint Craft
Thumbprint art adds such a sweet personal touch to homemade gifts, and this particular craft comes with a free printable template to make this project easy and quick. Get it here!
Source: A Dab of Glue Will Do
12. Father’s Day Handprint Platter
Nothing says Father’s Day like a grill themed gift! This personalized grilling platter will come in handy long after your toddler outgrows those sweet little handprints.
Source: Crafty Mama in ME
13. Mess Free Heart Art Father’s Day Painting
Does the idea of painting with a toddler scare you? Not to worry – this messfree painting technique will allow you to give dad a hand-painted gift, minus the cleanup. Experiment with different shapes like a fish or a football to really make it your own!
Source: The Best Ideas for Kids
14. Father’s Day Sharpie Mug Craft
Do dads love coffee as much as moms do? Either way, this DIY Father’s Day mug is so easy to make and the finished product looks awesome!
Source: I Heart Arts n Crafts
15. My Dad Rocks Father’s Day Picture Frame
Take your toddler on a nature walk to search for rocks, then glue them to a frame for an adorable Father’s Day keepsake that reminds dad how much he rocks!
Source: Mommy Moment
16. Handprint and Footprint Father’s Day Quote
Type or write “I love you from the bottom of my heart to the tips of my toes!” Then make a handprint heart and a footprint. Viola! A simple and sweet last minute Father’s Day gift!
17. Baseball Glove Pop-Up Father’s Day Card
This pop-up Father’s Day card tutorial comes complete with a video guide and free printable template – everything you and your toddler need to make a fancy Father’s Day card perfect for any baseball fans! Get creative and personalize it with Dad’s favorite team colors!
Source: The Soccer Mom Blog
Father’s Day Crafts for Toddlers to Gift Dad
No matter what you decide to give dad for Father’s Day this year, add a Father’s Day craft from your toddler to go along with it. Nothing says “I love you” like a handmade gift made with love!
Which Father’s Day Craft are you making with your toddler? We want to see! Share your adorable toddler’s Father’s Day craft on Instagram with the hashtag #happytoddlerclub and tag @happytoddlerclub!
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