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Father’s Day Crafts: 20 Fun, Free Ways for Kids to Honor Dad

6. Father’s Day Key Chains

Here’s a practical gift that will fit in Dad’s pocket. And kids will enjoy making it! You’ll need alphabet beads, split rings, leather jewelry string, and optional decorative beads.

Father's day crafts for kids key chain

7. “Nuts About You” Father’s Day Frame

Kids (and Dads) will love this super quick, easy, and inexpensive Father’s Day gift idea and kids craft! You’ll need an unfinished wood or MDF photo frame, acrylic craft paint or chalk paint, glue, vinyl decals or alphabet stickers, and assorted nuts.

Father's Day crafts for kids Nuts about You Dad

8. “I Love You to Pieces” Father’s Day Frame

Recycle old puzzle pieces for this cute craft for Father’s Day. Or you can buy inexpensive puzzles at discount stores. You’ll also need heavy cardstock, glue, and a fine-lined permanent marker.

Father's day crafts for kids Love you to pieces

9. Galaxy Handprint Art 

This is such a cool craft for older kids to make for Father’s Day crafts. Handprints and spray paint (acrylic)…it doesn’t get any better than that. You’ll need acrylic paints in various colors, spray or spritzer bottles, tape or poster putty, water, black construction paper, paper and pencil, scissors, and an optional white gel pen.

Father's day crafts for kids Galaxy ART

10. Candy Tie for Father’s Day

The candy-loving Dad will love this craft. And you’ll love the easy tutorial and free PDF download to pull off this Father’s Day craft. You’ll need the printable on colored paper, scissors, 8 1/2 x 11 sheet protectors, a circle hand punch, scrappers floss midnight, a needle, and candies. This craft is complex.

Father's day crafts for kids Candy Tie Printable

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Christine Yount Jones is Content Director for Outreach Media Group. She has published several books and hundreds of articles about ministry in the last three decades. Before his death in 2003, Michael Yount and Christine had three children. Now, she and her husband, Ray Jones, together have five grown kids.