Does anyone else feel like this year is passing us by rather quickly? Myself, I can’t believe that it is June already and that we are still dealing with quarantine and social distancing related to the Coronavirus. I am hopeful, though, that everyone and their loved ones have been able to stay healthy through all of this.

Speaking of loved ones, Father’s Day is June 21st.

I have compiled 26 do-it-yourself Father’s Day gift ideas for your children to create something extra special for their dad.

Father’s Day Word Art – Blessed Beyond a Doubt

Need an inexpensive Father’s Day gift that is meaningful? We’ve got your covered. Print one of these Father’s Day Word Art and place in a frame of your choice. Easy peasy, huh?

DIY Candy Tackle Box – Bright & Busy on Sunny Sweet Days

There’s more than one way to celebrate dad, but this one involves candy so it’s already a win. If you have a dad to surprise who enjoys late night sweets while watching Netflix before bed…you’re in luck! This idea is easy, affordable, and totally personalized!

DIY Darth Vader Bookmark – Red Ted Art

Is someone in your life a Star Wars fan? Red Ted Art presents a video on how to make these great Darth Vader bookmarks. May the Force be with You!

Homemade Shave Butter – Teach Beside Me

This is a great Father’s Day gift idea that your child will enjoy making at home, and Dad will love using it each morning when he shaves. This post provides the recipe!

Free Printable Father’s Day Cards – Preschool Play and Learn

Whether you are stuck at home, forgot to grab a fathers day greeting card at the store, or your kids want to make Daddy a homemade card, you will love these 11 Printable Father’s Day Cards.

Photo Remote Caddy – Teach Me Mommy

Never lose the remote again! Your child will enjoy choosing which photos to put on the caddy, and Dad will love never having to look through the couch cushions for the remote again.

Shrink Art Tool Frame – Fun with Mama

Shrink plastic is the perfect way to capture the art and create something that can be used long-term. This shrink art tool frame transforms a child’s art into a keepsake that dad can put on his desk, bedside table, or display in another way at home or work.

Toolbox Father’s Day Craft – 123 Homeschool 4 Me

This super cute, toolbox themed Father’s Day Craft is such a fun craft kids can make for Dad to celebrate Father’s Day on June 21st. Simply print the free template, cute, color, fill in and present your gift to Daddy!

My Daddy and I Survey – Simple Fun for Kids

This fun survey allows your child to reflect on their relationship with their dad, and it makes for a great keepsake. It is a one-page printable that you simply need to print out. Then ask your child the questions and fill in the blanks, or let your child fill them in if he or she is able. A gift that any father would enjoy!

Father’s Day Keychain – Projects with Kids

What father would not love a homemade gift from their child?  Also, what child does not love making things with Shrinky Dinks? These keychains using Shrinky Dinks make such a great handmade gift idea for dad & grandpa!

Father’s Day Coupons – Mombrite

This FREE printable coupon book gives your kids the option to write the tasks they would like to gift daddy. The coupon can be redeemed anytime daddy wants – there is no expiration date!+

Footprint Bookmarks – Red Ted Art

Dad will love using these unique, footprint bookmarks with the book they are reading. They are a simple keepsake for the bibliophile in your child’s life.

Father’s Day Seed Bomb – Hands-On Teaching Ideas

Recycled paper seed bombs are simple and inexpensive to create, but a perfect hand made gift. Not only will your child enjoy making this for their dad, but, together with their dad, they will get to watch the plants grow.

Easy Colored Golf Balls – School Time Snippets

FORE! Do you have a golfer in your family? Do you have a proud Papa who loves to brag about his kids while on the links? Well, here is a fun and extremely simple gift idea. Just grab some white golf balls and markers and let your child’s imagination go wild. Any dad would be proud to have these unique, one-of-a-kind golf balls!

Printable Candy Bar Wrapper – Artsy Fartsy Mama

Father’s Day gifts from kids are pretty much the cutest thing ever. Especially if it includes their handwriting! This free printable Father’s Day candy bar wrapper is simple to put together and is a gift that any father (or grandfather) would love!!

Father’s Day Monster Keepsake – Teach Me Mommy

Father’s Day is right around the corner! Are the kids making something special for daddy this year? Here is an easy, but special idea: a printable monster keepsake craft! Happy Father’s Day from your little Monster!

Father’s Day Game and Printable Coupons – Kiddie Matters

BINGO! Get 4 free printable Bingo game boards all about Dad that your kids will love to play. But that’s not all…the kids can create a cute Father’s Day coupon book just for Dad!

D.A.D. Photo Gift – Gluesticks

You don’t need to be a photographer to make this one-of-a-kind photo collage for Dad, and your children will really enjoy posing for the pictures.

Father’s Day String Art – Teach Beside Me

Let your child’s imagination go with this fun and easy string art activity. Most string art uses nails, but this link explains how to sew the yarn right into a canvas. Your child will truly enjoy making this Dad art, and Dad will enjoy showing it off.


Superhero Father’s Day Craft – A Plus Teacher Club

Who is the greatest superhero in your child’s life? This fun activity and printable allows your child to color a superhero gift that every Dad will love. It also contains a writing prompt for your child to describe his/her greatest superhero. Up, up and away, and Happy Father’s Day!!!

Framed Footprints Keepsake – The Keeper of the Memories

Looking for a quick and easy Father’s Day gift idea? Here’s one that’s inexpensive too. Use a floating frame to create a personalized keepsake for daddy.

Han Solo Carbonite Soap – The Gingerbread House

Here is another great idea for the Star Wars fan in your child’s life! All you need is a Han Solo action figure and soap base. Your child will love freezing Han Solo in the carbonite soap for their Dad.

Family Photo Cube Gift – Teach Beside Me

Your children will love painting and decorating their very own and personalized photo cube for their Dad; and Dad will love showing off their creativity at work or wherever they decide to display these unique gifts.

Personalized Hammer – Gluesticks

Is there a woodworker, craftsman, or carpenter in your child’s life? This personalized hammer will be the centerpiece of anyone’s toolbox. Any Dad will just love this gift.

Photo Candle Holder – Red Ted Art

Let your child choose photos of them with their father and come up with special sayings that pertain to them and their father. Then, with a little Modge Podge, they can glue them to a tumbler for a unique candle holder. Dad will love it!

Andy Warhol Printable Art – Kindergarten Worksheets and Games

Let your children channel their inner artist with these fun printables based on the concept of Andy Warhol’s artwork. The brighter the color choices, the better!

There are so many simple DIY Father’s Day Gift Ideas for many years to come, so make sure you pin this post for the years to come.