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11 Kid-Made Father's Day Gifts

Get crafty this Father’s Day with homemade gifts the kids can make — from trivets for the chef to golf tee holders for the golfer. Check out all the fun ideas for pops with these 11 DIY Father’s Day gifts.

1. Stenciled Plate

Image source: Brassy Apple
Image source: Brassy Apple

Have the kids paint a plate for dad. (via Brassy Apple)

2. Kid Art Trivet

Image source: Pretty prudent
Image source: Pretty prudent

Use the kids’ art to make trivets for the dad who cooks. (via Pretty Prudent)

3. Chocolate Spoons

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Image source: The Gunny Sack

Dip spoons in chocolate for an added treat in dad’s morning coffee or a quick cure for his sweet tooth. (via The Gunny Sack)

4. Terrarium

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Image source: Makezine

Have the kids build dad a terrarium. (via Makezine)

5. Golf Tee Porcupines

Image source: Reading Confetti
Image source: Reading Confetti

Make some cute porcupines to hold dad’s golf tees. (via Reading Confetti)

6. Rock Paperweight

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Image Source: Reading Confetti

Paint a rock into a fancy handmade paperweight. (via Reading Confetti)

7. Instagram Coasters

Image source: White House Black Shutters
Image source: White House Black Shutters

Make some Instagram coasters for dad to set his morning coffee on while he relaxes. (via White House Black Shutters)

8. Personalized Book

Image source: How Does She
Image source: How Does She

Create a book for dad with the kids’ handwritten opinions. (via How Does She)

9. Scrabble Frame

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Spell out your love for dad with these Scrabble frames. (via Just Another Day in Paradise)

10. Top 10 List

Image source: Pink and Green Mama
Image source: Pink and Green Mama

Make a list of the top 10 reasons why dad is awesome. (via Pink and Green Mama)

11. Creative Picture

Image source: Crafty Texas Girls
Image source: Crafty Texas Girls

Decorate the driveway with kid art and take a picture to frame or make a card. (via Crafty Texas Girls)

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