June may not be here quite yet, but to the girls in this house, Father’s Day is a BIG deal. The Husband’s birthday is so close to Father’s Day, that we often celebrate both at the same time.
Some years I go all out, like when the Husband turned 30, and when we had a fun orange and green crab feast last year. But, being 7 months pregnant, means I don’t have the same level of energy this year. Last year I put on a small, but fun
But just because we’re not doing anything fancy doesn’t mean that it won’t be special. T is a total Daddy’s girl, and also loves her arts and crafts. So I thought it would be fun for us to make something homemade together instead.
There are tons of ideas for homemade Father’s Day gifts out there, but I pulled together four of my absolute favorites that are both cute, toddler-friendly, and perfect for a double birthday/Father’s Day celebration.
4 Toddler-Friendly Homemade Father’s Day Gifts
Decorating old fashioned Coca Cola bottles with ties and Hawaiian shirts is an adorable idea. Though we might use this concept on a six pack of craft beer instead. What dad wouldn’t want that? (from The Idea Room)
I grew up with my father watching the Master’s every Father’s Day. And every sports-watching fanatic needs a good snack to go with his game of choice. I love the way Eighteen25 used paper collars and ties to decorate snack boxes.
Martha Stewart does it again with this simple and sweet “Dad” cutout frame. It’s the perfect addition to any Father’s office.
Then again, there’s nothing sweeter than a homemade card…and the Husband still has yet to receive any gift stating “# 1 Dad”! (photo via My Crafty Designs)
Do you make any homemade gifts for Dad?