Father’s Day is only a couple weeks away and whether celebrating my awesome Dad or my husband who is an incredible dad to our kids, I think it’s so meaningful to give handmade gifts, especially if they can be made by kids – or at least with their help. Those seem to be the gifts that are saved and cherished through the years (though hopefully any edible parts of the gift won’t be saved for years!).
Like I did for Mother’s Day (turnabout is fair play!), I’ve combed the Mom Advice archives to bring you some fun and easy gifts for dad that don’t take a lot of money or time and I’m also including two new projects from this year because, well, I love them!
To round out our list of gift ideas, I found a few more sweet and memorable projects from other creative bloggers that you might want to make – just please be sure to pin from the original source I’ve provided if you’d like to add one to a Pinterest board. Thanks!
Our newest Father’s Day idea: a sweet Candy Bouquet!
Fun Mom Advice Monster Printables & Monster Bars
Mom Advice’s Easy Microwave Peanut Brittle
Our DIY Chalkboard Conversation Bubble Cookie Jars
A favorite gift for dad: a Movie Basket complete with photo card
How about Mom Advice’s Sugar and Spice Nut Mix for a sweet dad?
And this Mom Advice classic Power Pack for Super Dad Gift Basket would be a terrific tie-in combined with tickets to see the new superman movie!
Scrabble Tile Frame @ Zitzman Fam
Chalkboard Thought Bubbles Photo Collage @ Positively Splendid
Instagram Photo Coasters @ White House Black Shutters
‘Pat On The Back’ Father’s Day Shirt @ Sugar Bee Crafts
Painted Golf Tees + Packaging @ Reading Confetti
‘Caution’ Man’s Apron @ I Heart Naptime
DIY Too Tub Tote @ Sew 4 Home
Kids Handprint Tracing Craft @ Mom Always Finds Out
Walk In Your Shoes Art @ JDaniel4sMom
Nuts-and-Bolts Frame @ B-Inspired Mama
Here’s to a fun Father’s Day!