Father’s Day is coming up and a great reason to tell Dad he’s awesome. Show off your kids’ artistic talents with these fun art projects that make memorable gifts for dad. Make a sweet handprint card, collage portrait, scribble mug, or Polaroid styled drawing. Or how about a custom mug or doodle necktie? These creative ideas and more will no doubt show dad he’s #1 in your kids’ eyes.
What are your favorite handmade Father’s Day gifts?
Father’s Day Book (via hello, Wonderful)
Make dad a personalized book with our free printable frames and fill-in prompts to draw and write in all the things you love about dad.
Dad You Rock Paperweight (via hello, Wonderful)
Let the kids draw in faces and make washi tape neck ties to make these adorable paperweights.
Polaroid Dad Portraits (via Make It Your Own)
Dad will love seeing the kids’ artistic rendition in his likeness in this Polaroid inspired art project.
Personalized Neck Tie (via Kids Craft Room)
Make dad an awesome tie he can wear filled with the kids’ hand-drawn doodles.
Handmade Golf Father’s Day Card (via Crafty Morning)
The golfer dad will love this crafty and punny handmade card from the kids!
Handmade Father’s Day Card (via Willowday)
Here’s another sweet hand print card kids can dress up with dad details like a tie and quirky features.
Paper Roll Father’s Day Cards (via Pink Stripey Socks)
Turn plain toilet paper tube into awesome 3D cards filled with kids’ drawings and photos!
Collage Self Portrait (via Better Homes and Gardens)
Take your favorite photo of dad and use up scraps of paper to make a frame-worthy art print he’ll love.
Father’s Day Scribble Mug (via Simply Earnest)
Even the littlest ones can get in on making dad a handmade gift. Show off their scribbles in a cute mug that’s sure to remind dad how loved he is each time he drinks his coffee.
Father’s Day Pop Art (via Red Ted Art)
Take one of your favorite photos of dad and create cool pop art out of it! What a fabulous and personalized gift.
Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.