Whether you know that your dad would rather receive a thoughtful, hand made gift for father’s day, over a store brought gift, or you’d prefer to purchase your father a sentimental gift, you’ve come to the right place! Just continue reading to discover a few fathers day craft and gift ideas that your father is sure to love. Although if you’re a parent or teacher who wants to help a child or children create fathers day crafts, also continue reading for valuable inspiration.
Unconventional shaped cards:
Instead of opting for a traditional square or rectangle shaped card, it’s a fun idea to opt for an unconventional shaped father’s day card, such as a round soccer ball shaped card or a tie shaped card. If you’re a young child or are the parent of a young child, make sure to opt for safety scissors, in order to avoid a craft related accident.
A decorated photo frame:
If your dad likes to display photos of your family on their desk, at work, you may want to decorate a plain, inexpensive photo frame as a father’s day gift. For example you may want to use seashells or metallic spray paint in order to create your hand crafted photo frame. Just be sure to have a digital photo printed of your dad and yourself together, to place in your lovingly hand crafted photo frame.
If you don’t have a large budget to work with, you may want to make your dad vouchers. For example you may want to present your dad with a book of vouchers for hugs, head massages and help washing his car. Although do feel completely free to tailor the vouchers which you make to your dad’s personality. For example, if you dad is a bit of a couch potato you may want to provide him a voucher to get him out of his chores like doing the dishes for a night.
Cuff links or a tie pin:
You can purchase stylish silver cuff links or tie pins for much less than you think. So if your dad is a businessman or simply enjoys dressing up for special occasions such as date nights, it’s a great idea to take a look at cuff links and tie pins that your dad will be likely to wear on a regular basis. As an added benefit, every time that your dad looks at their outfit, they’ll immediately think of you and how much you love them!
An experience for two:
All some fathers want is to make memories with their family members, if this sounds a bit like your dad, you may want to purchase vouchers for an experience which you can share together. Such as vouchers to go zip-lining or to a local mini golf course.
So if you don’t know what to give your dad for father’s day or are looking to help your child select a gift for their dad, hopefully you now have all the inspiration that you need.