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11 Kid-Made Father's Day Gifts

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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: Have the kids paint a plate for dad.

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Image source: Brassy Apple

 

2. Kid Art Trivet: Use the kids’ art to make trivets for the dad who cooks.

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Image source: Pretty prudent

3. Chocolate Spoons: Dip spoons in chocolate for an added treat in dad’s morning coffee or a quick cure for his sweet tooth.

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Image source: The Gunny Sack

 

4. Terrarium: Have the kids build dad a terrarium.

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Image source: Makezine

 

5. Golf Tee Porcupines: Make some cute porcupines to hold dad’s golf tees.

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Image source: Reading Confetti

 

6. Rock Paperweight: Paint a rock into a fancy handmade paperweight.

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Image Source: Green Kid Crafts

 

7. Instagram Coasters: Make some Instagram coasters for dad to set his morning coffee on while he relaxes.

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Image source: White House Black Shutters

 

8. Personalized Book: Create a book for dad with the kids’ handwritten opinions.

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Image source: How Does She

 

9. Scrabble Frame: Spell out your love for dad with these Scrabble frames.

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Image source: Zitmanfam

 

10. Top 10 List: Make a list of the top 10 reasons why dad is awesome.

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Image source: Pink and Green Mama

 

11. Creative Picture: Decorate the driveway with kid art and take a picture to frame or make a card.

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Image source: Crafty Texas Girls
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