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Father’s Day is just around the corner – 2nd September! The children and I have been busy gathering ideas on what to do.
As a Blended Family, thinking about what to give their Step Dad has been tricky for the children. They love Wayne, but don’t want their Dad to think that they love him more. It’s a bit of a tricky one for kids – it really is.
If there’s one thing that makes it easier on the children during Father’s Day, it’s that their bio Dad lives in Canada. So we celebrate two dates for Fathers Day!
Here are some simple yet amazing Father’s Day gifts that your children can make for their Dads and Step Dads alike.
Buy Him A Pair of Slippers and Stuff It
Found on Pretty Providence
Do Dad a solid, gift him with a fuzzy pair of warm slippers, stuffed with his favourite treats!
Raid the garage and make him this Upcycled Nuts and Bolts Heart Craft
Found on Mosswood Connections
Is Dad a DIY bloke? Raid his garage and make this awesome gift using simple materials. All you need is a blank canvas, some nuts and bolts, wooden letters, paint, and some strong craft glue.
Get this Daddy Superhero T-shirt
Found on Amazon*
Here’s a fun gift that Dad can wear any time of the year. It comes in different colours as well, so you can choose what suits him best.
Make him a Toolbox filled with his favourite drinks and snacks
Found on Moms and Munchkins
How cute is this? If Dad is one who enjoys relaxing and watching movies or TV, make him a DIY Toolbox. Moms and Munchkins has a great tutorial and even gives you some free printables.
She also has ideas for Dads who enjoy other hobbies, like hockey, fishing, or hiking.
Make him these Super Dad Father’s Day Gifts
Found on I Heart Crafty Things
These are super easy gifts that little kids can make. Rachel, on I Heart Crafty Things, has a great tutorial to follow and gives you access to some free printable templates for kids to write a personalised message.
Make him this Thoughtful Things We Learned From Dad Scrapbook
Found on Thriving Home
I absolutely love this, because it can be tailored any way you want to. It can be made by both little kids and teens. And it’s such a nice way to show Dad what you’ve learned from him.
Give him this DIY Beer Can Cake
Found on Dollar Store Mom
Okay, so if Dad doesn’t drink beer, it’s so easy to change this up with his drink of choice – Coke, Diet Coke, Juices – whatever floats his boat. How clever is this?
Tell Dad he is One in a Melon
Found on Frugal Mom Eh
Let’s not forget about the old fashioned cards. Handmade cards – especially those made by kids – are always such a nice gift to receive. Frugal Mom Eh, Elizabeth, has a tutorial with templates to use and easy to find materials.
Folding Craft Stick Card
Found on Danielle’s Place
Here’s another cute idea that you can hang after it’s been gifted to Dad. It can be customised to include any message the kids would like to write.
Father’s Day Gift Bag
Found on Marvelous Mommy
I love how simple this idea is! You can add any simple treat in the bag – especially if you know Dad will love it.
There are so many ideas, and I’ve given you the best ten! Make Dad’s heart swell with pride and consider these easy DIY Father’s Day Gifts ♥
If you have any questions about these ideas, leave me a comment and I’d love to help out!