Father's Day - always celebrated on the third Sunday in June is just around the corner, and it is time to start thinking about what you want to give Dad to tell him how loved and valued he is. In honor of the occasion, show Dad appreciation for all he does throughout the year and give him a fantastic homemade gift. A simple do-it-yourself Father's Day gift can put a smile on Dad's face and gives him something to let him know how much he is loved and appreciated all year long! It doesn't have to be extravagant or expensive, as long as the present is something that Dad can always have to remember his Father's Day.
- Slideshow -
This is a great project for older kids who can use the computer for photo sharing. They can gather family photos from vacations and holidays and insert them into a slideshow on the computer that can play as Dad's screensaver. Or, put the special collection of photos together to hook up to a digital picture frame that you give Dad as a gift. Either way, he will love the effort made to put the slideshow together.
- Bake a cake -
So you don't think you are a creative person? Something as simple as baking your Dad his favorite cake can be a great place to start. Even if you aren't much of a baker, the majority of basic cake recipes are very simple and should be easy enough to follow. For a festive spin, display your cake on one of our fabulous eco-friendly plates to complete the gift!
- Clockmaking -
You can make a clock using pretty much anything, but why not use wooden utensils? You just need 12 utensils, a large board, glue, and a clock mechanism. It might take some time to perfect, but it would look great on your dad's 'man cave' wall.
- Hand or FootPrints -
Hand or footprints are a great homemade gift idea for Dad that you can do with infants and toddlers. Dad can put the print on display in his office. To make hand or footprints, purchase four blanks, white canvas boards, and non-toxic paint. Select the colors based on the colors in Dad's office. To start, paint the canvas boards so that the background color is in place. Once the background is dry, dip the kids' feet or hands in different color paint, and make prints on the canvas.
- Homemade Card -
Homemade cards are simple and traditional Father's Day homemade gifts. Card-making is a perfect project for a variety of age groups. Plus, Dad will cherish the thought and meaning behind the card.
- Book -
A homemade book is an excellent way for kids to express their appreciation for Dad! To make a homemade book, stack multiple pieces of cardstock, punch three holes in the side, and tie yarn or ribbon through the holes. Glue family photos to the pages and let the kids draw around them and write notes to Dad. Present the book to Dad on Father's Day and show him how much he is loved!
- Family Photo Mug -
Fill Dad's heart with love every time he fills his mug with coffee or tea. With a custom mug, he will have a collection of favorite memories, like fishing together or exploring a nearby town.
- Customizable Father's Day 'Coupons' -
Printable Father's Day coupons are not only completely customizable, they are also perfect for a last-minute gift. Simply personalize print, punch a few holes, then tie the bunch together with a ribbon and call it a day.
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