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I just love Fathers Day! Holidays like this one, though make me want to get a little more simple and homemade. We buy nice things for birthdays and Christmas, but when it comes to celebrating parenthood, I like it to come a little more from the heart. These 5 homemade Fathers Day Gifts speak to Dad from the heart of children.
5 Best Homemade Fathers Day Gifts
Perfect for the overworked Dad taking naps on the floor. Minimal effort for Dad, but the kids will remember an activity like this their entire lives!
2. Tie Basket from Me – directions below.
An easy way to keepsake kids handprints while making a useful treat basket for Dad.
I love this sentimental display of love from children. This would be great for any Dad’s office desk, or nightstand
One of my favorite LDS Children’s hymns is “I’m so glad when Daddy comes home”. Putting the words onto a jar full of kisses will make anyone smile.
Sometimes a good mix of homemade and store-bought is needed. These treat bags are the perfect way to wrap Dad’s gift.
Last year I had fun putting together the Tie Basket with the Princesses. They got to put their hands in some paint, and leave their mark around the terra cotta pot. I cut a simple tie out of fabric and hot glued it on. We then filled it with Mark’s favorite treats.
I absolutely love all these ideas I’ve come across over the years – and thanks to Pinterest can actually find again
!. This year I did something similar to Positively Splendid’s Photo Collage. Instead of a single collage though, I made a photo book
. Included in it, I asked the Princesses a few different questions about their Daddy. Things like
What’s your favorite thing about Daddy? and Why is Daddy your Superhero?
I learned that I need to talk to them each separately. Otherwise, they end up all saying the same thing
Daddy gets us apples and bananas when they’re too high.
I had so much fun making this book for Mark, and going through old pictures of the kids. Now I’m trying to make one for my own Father and Mark’s Dad. Unfortunately, I’m always a little late on my timing, so the photo books are going to get here after Fathers Day, but they will be worth the wait!
Are you looking for a few more fun and creative Fathers Day Ideas? Check out the free PDF file from Disney Planes full of Fathers Day Activities.
Happy Fathers Day to all the Dad’s out there!