If your dad loves lobster, then consider this fathers day craft for kids. Dad will love this awesome lobster plate. Soon he'll be eating off it for dinner every single day!
Show Dad how much you love him with this I Love Dad Frame. This is a great frame for dad from the kids...and don't forget to make one for grandpa, too!
This Father's Day, the kids can help create a rustic key hook for Dad set on an actual tree section with natural bark and decorated with a kid's hand-print. Any Dad would love this homemade gift.
There's a new guy in town, so move over Mr. Potato Head! What child won't love making their very own Mister Egghead, he's a funny fellow they can play with even after the crafting session is over with his interchangeable features!
Keep the memory alive. Photographs and scrapbook paper add to the color and creativity. Kids can make these photo cubes for themselves or for friends. It's a great birthday party craft.
Have fun with you golf clubs even when you're not using them. These puppet golf club covers are a great gift for the golfer in your life. Makes a thoughtful Father's Day gift that he'll really enjoy.
There is nothing like turning trash to treasure! Recycle Dad's old newspaper to make this great craft for father's day. Dad will appreciate not only that you made him something so personal, but that you saved money and the Earth in doing so!
Music is the heartbeat of America.This Pop-star patriotic guitar plaque will inspire future generations of rock stars and musicians with its bright acrylic colors and cool designs.
Make a creative card for Dad this year that uses sand art techniques. The kids will love this project because they get to play in the sand. A unique Father's Day card craft that he'll treasure.
Kids can help cut out and paint foam letters for decorating a Father's Day picture frame. Follow these instructions from Terri O to create a Father's gift with the kids.