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25 DIY Kid-Made Father’s Day Gifts

Get crafty this Father’s Day with homemade gifts the kids can make. For the dad who loves to cook, have the kids paint him trivets or an apron. Decorate his office desk with photos of the kids and use their art to make photo mats. Check out all the fun ideas for Pops in these 25 DIY Kid-Made Father’s Day Gifts.

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  • Stenciled Plate 2 of 26
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    Have the kids paint a plate for dad.
    Check it out at Brassy Apple.

  • Kid Art Trivet 3 of 26
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    Use the kids' art to make trivets for the dad who cooks.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Art Frame 4 of 26
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    Have the kids decorate a frame for Dad's office.
    Check it out at According to Kelly.

  • Chocolate Spoons 5 of 26
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    Dip spoons in chocolate for an added treat in Dad's morning coffee or a quick cure for his sweet tooth.
    Find out more at The Gunny Sack.

  • Decorate a Mug 6 of 26
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    Have the kids use Sharpie markers to decorate a mug for Dad.
    Find out more at The Sweetest Occasion.

  • Dominoes for Dad 7 of 26
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    Paint some rock dominoes and play games with Dad.
    Spotted at That Artist Woman.

  • Terrarium 8 of 26
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    Have the kids build Dad a terrarium.
    Find out more at Makezine.

  • Golf Tee Porcupines 9 of 26
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    Make some cute porcupines to hold Dad's golf tees.
    Find out more at Reading Confetti.

  • Garden Stones 10 of 26
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    Paint and customize garden stones.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Grill Apron 11 of 26
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    Decorate a grill apron with handprints.
    Find out more at Whimsical Kids Canvas.

  • Chia Pet 12 of 26
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    Construct a dad edition chia pet and see how close the resemblance is.
    Find out more at Little Home on the Hill.

  • Moss Terrarium 13 of 26
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    These moss terrariums would be so cute with Star Wars or whatever Dad's favorite characters are.
    Find out more at All Dressed in Blue.

  • Rock Paperweight 14 of 26
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    Paint a rock into a fancy handmade a paperweight.
    Find out more at Kidville.

  • Etched Beer Mug 15 of 26
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    Let the kids decorate a pattern to etch into a beer mug.
    Find out more at Make.

  • Instagram Coasters 16 of 26
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    Make some Instagram coasters for dad to set his morning coffee on while he relaxes.
    Find out more at White House Black Shutters.

  • Stepping Stone 17 of 26
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    Make stepping stone with tiny handprints for Dad's garden.
    Find out more at The Third Boob.

  • Super Dad Metals 18 of 26
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    Let your kids pick Dad's super talent and make a medal.
    Find out more at No Time for Flash Cards.

  • Personalized Book 19 of 26
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    Create a book for Dad with the kids' handwritten opinions.
    Find out more at How Does She?.

  • Watercolor Art 20 of 26
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    Use the kids' abstract art to decorate DADDY.
    Find out more at Lovely Design.

  • Paperweight 21 of 26
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    Use salt dough to make a paperweight for Dad's important papers.
    Find out more at Crafts by Amanda.

  • Scrabble Frame 22 of 26
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    Spell out your love for Dad with these Scrabble frames.
    Find out more at Just Another Day in Paradise.

  • Top 10 List 23 of 26
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    Make a list of the top 10 reasons why Dad is awesome.
    Find out more at Pink and Green Mama.

  • Creative Picture 24 of 26
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    Decorate the driveway with kid art and take a picture to frame or make a card.
    Find out more at Crafty Texas Girls.

  • Notepad 25 of 26
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    Have kids decorate the side of the notepad for an artistic take on an office staple.
    Find out more at Martha Stewart.

  • Gift Wrap 26 of 26
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    Kids can decorate the gift wrap.
    Find out more at Teal and Lime.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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