Nothing says Happy Father’s Day like some good crafts, homemade gifts or monthly subscription boxes. It’s always fun to surprise dad with something from the kids or to wait for the new monthly box with the gifts inside. Check out the ideas below for great ways to surprise dad this year.
Why not create these little superheroes the way I Heart Crafty Things did. Get dad his favourite chocolate bar, and you got yourself a Super Dad Father’s Day Gift.
Why not craft this beautiful owl card for dad with your child’s picture? Head over to I Heart Crafty Things to see how to make the Guess Whooo Loves You Father’s Day Kid Craft.
Another creative way to display your children’s image is by getting them create their picture frames. Thrifty NW Mom has a great Father’s Day DIY Photo Gift With Mess-Free Paint Option.
This craft is great for the little ones at home to create for dad. Clare’s Little Tots created the Finger Painted Father’s Day Card.
Now, these little shirt and ties are too cute for words. East Coast Mommy has a step by step to craft these Shirt & Tie Father’s Day Card.
To the kids, dad is always the world’s best dad, why not give him his proper trophy. Head over to Easy Crafts for Kids to build your World’s Best Dad Trophy.
Best dad award comes with your child’s answers. Skip to my Lou has a template for your child to answer questions and sentences to describe Dad.
Another little craft with a play on words. Mommy Moment shows you everything you need to make your own My Dad Rocks Frame.
How unique is this idea? Little Family Fun has all the steps required to make your goodie bags. What will you put in them?
When dad has cold feet, warm them up with this creative slippers gift idea created by Pretty Providence. Head over to see what they added to their slippers.
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Make dad his own little. Dad’s Toolbox. Moms and Munchkins have great ideas for what to put into the toolbox.
If you don’t want to craft anything, there are other options. Why not join a monthly subscription club such as a beer craft club at Canada Craft Club or a fishing gear monthly subscription such as Lucky Tackle Box
Lastly, check out these lovely Amazon ideas!