Store-bought presents are nice, but most dads would probably agree that the best present they could receive on Father’s Day comes from the heart.
If you’re looking for fun and meaningful crafts your kids can make for Dad, look no further — check out these four cool crafting projects that will make for a memorable Father’s Day.
Transform an ordinary pillar candle into a personalized gift with some tissue paper, markers, waxed paper and a hair dryer. Have fun creating different designs or write a personalized message to Dad on the candle. Get the full instructions from Come Together Kids.
Decorated Golf Balls
This is a craft you could even consider making together with Dad. For a dad who loves to golf, decorating golf balls can be a fun way to express yourselves together and, when you’re done, he’ll have some cool, newgolf balls to hit the green with. He’ll never lose his ball again! Using permanent markers, the possibilities are endless. Write out a funny message or go for an artsy, abstract pattern.
Chip Off The Old Block Photo Blocks
Pull out the family photo album to find the best shots for this sentimental craft. Use a home printer to print off high-quality photos, which you can then display on unfinished wooden cubes for a rustic craft that’s perfect for Dad’s desk or the living room. Get the full instructions from Atta Girl Says.
Homemade Lotion Bars
Everyone gets dry skin — even dads. With your handy Instant Pot, which can be used for more than just cooking up delicious meals, you can actually make hard lotion bars made with natural ingredients like beeswax, essential oils and avocado butter. The result is so cute and a great way to keep Dad’s skin hydrated. Get the full instructions from Awe-Filled Homemaker.
Would you make any of these projects for your dad this Father’s Day?
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