Skip to main content
Kids Make Fathers Day Crafts with love.
There is nothing more special to receive than something personally made. Its fathers day on June 21st, so here are some ideas for the mums out there, or anyone else! that want to get the kids involved and for the dads out there to receive something that they know their kids have taken time out from their day to make.
What will you be making for your dad this year? Im sure that your dad will appreciate whatever you take the time to make or give. I understand that not everyone has the time to do a full craft from scratch (me included sometimes!) so even if you only have the time to make a cupcake or perhaps only the time for a chocolate bar and a card, make sure you tell your dad that you love him and you appreciate him, after all its not about the gifts, its about you taking the time to say, ‘hey dad, thanks for being you!’
I love just how this symbolises how your little one follows in your shoes and how we all hold the power to help them in life.
Last minute Mothers Day gifts homemade by kids
So its Mothers Day this Sunday in the UK , if you havent had time/not managed to find anything or just want to make something homemade, here are a few last minute ideas for Mothers Day.
I really like this idea as it uses a simple cardboard box, that you could even get from the recycling! Plus its made personal by your little ones and like it says in the post im sure it will make you smile every time you look at it.
These flowers are your personal photos and then cupcake cases, definitely something that can be made up simply in the house.
Just a little bit of paint, card and your little ones fingers, what more could you want for a last minute,inexpensive gift? A personal poem can be added and printed as well if needed.
You can use Oven gloves you already have in the house, or you can purchase these quite cheaply in supermarkets, this adds a personal touch so whenever mum uses them she will be reminded of the hands of her little troubles 🙂 Use your little ones hands and some fabric paint (remember to follow the instructions for the fabric paint on the bottle).
Another handprint idea, but you know i love these! 🙂 using fabric paint and some hands and magic! you have an inexpensive personal gift. You can even use a cotton apron that you already have.