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25+ Easy Father’s Day Crafts for Toddlers

Hi friends! Welcome back to the blog! Today I want to share with you a list of over 25 easy Father’s Day crafts for toddlers!

Father’s Day this year is on June 21st, which means we are getting down to the days in terms of a countdown! It will be here before we know it.

I have made quite my handful of homemade Father’s Day crafts in the past – from the time when I was a nanny for four years to times in the classroom to being a mom of my own child now!

My favorite Father’s Day craft I ever made was a cute Star Wars themed one that I made for the father of the girls I nannied. I’ll show you a picture below. It’s adorable!

But today, I’m going to share with you over 25 Father’s Day crafts for toddlers that are super easy and simple and take very minimal time. Enjoy, friends! And please make sure you share this post with others!

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father's day crafts for toddlers

25+ Easy Father’s Day Crafts for Toddlers

1. Strong Roots Make Beautiful Leaves Father’s Day Craft

strong roots make beautiful leaves father's day craft

I absolutely love this DIY Father’s Day craft that is super simple for toddlers (and older siblings) to do.

I made this for my husband for his first Father’s Day as a dad of 3, and he loved it!

All you have to do is get a piece of wood like this one and then place a handprint of the dad upside down on the bottom middle of the wood (in brown) and then place the children’s handprints as the tree leaves right side up on the top middle of the wood over the brown handprint. You can use any paint colors but I chose to use blue, green, and light blue. Also, it’s best to go from largest handprint down to smallest for this one.

As an added bonus, you can write (in Sharpie paint pen or in black paint) “Strong roots make beautiful leaves” however you’d like it to be displayed on the wood. If you’d like, you can also seal it with a wood sealer at the end.

Such a cute craft for toddlers to do for Father’s Day!

2. Little Handprints Keychain Father’s Day Craft

little handprints keychain father's day craft

This simple craft comes from Project Nursery + Junior, and is absolutely adorable!

It’s a handprint keychain and I swear, dads will absolutely die over how precious this one is.

It’s so simple to make – all you need are shrinky dink sheets, paint, and a sharpie paint pen! Easy peasy!

Head over to Project Nursery + Junior now to get the full instructions.

3. Following in Daddy’s Footsteps Father’s Day Craft

Following in Daddy's Footsteps Father's Day Craft

This next Father’s Day craft comes from Crafty Morning and is absolutely perfect for the new dad – seeing as how the baby’s footprint is oh so tiny inside of the daddy’s large shoe print!

This one is super simple too. All you need is white craft paper and paint and you are good to go!

Check out the full details on Crafty Morning.

4. Scribble Mug Father’s Day Craft

Scribble Mug Father's Day Craft

This scribble mug is so adorable and absolutely perfect for the toddler in your life.

It’s seriously as simple as applying letter decals, letting your toddler draw all over the mug with these special pens, and then baking it in the oven on 350 for 30 minutes!

Another super simple craft for Father’s Day! Head over to I Heart Arts N Crafts for full directions!

5. Love You To Pieces Father’s Day Craft

Love You To Pieces Father's Day Craft

Crafty Morning has yet another adorable DIY for Father’s Day: this cute “love you to pieces” frame customized with puzzle pieces!

This one is easy in all that you need are jumbo popsicle sticks, puzzle pieces, some paint, and a picture of your children (holding a sign saying “love you to pieces” is an added bonus).

This camera is my favorite to have on hand for taking pictures like this one! Makes it so simple and is ready to go in minutes!

You could customize this by using daddy’s favorite colors or maybe the colors of his favorite team – have fun with it!

Head over to Crafty Morning to get more details.

6. Dad Rocks Paperweight Father’s Day Craft

Dad Rocks Paperweight Father's Day Craft

This next craft is such a fun one to do with toddlers – and even helps work their fine motor skills in the process!

This is the “Dad Rocks” paperweight craft by Crafts by Amanda and just like the others, is super simple.

All you need for this one is some common kitchen ingredients and some rocks and you are set!

Head over to Crafts by Amanda to get the full instructions!

7. Mess Free Heart Father’s Day Craft

Mess Free Heart Father's Day Craft

The Best Ideas for Kids has some awesome craft ideas for toddlers, you have to check them out!

I love this mess-free heart craft for Father’s Day because it is just that – mess free! (And not to mention, it’s also super subtle and cute which would make it a great desk accessory for the office).

To make this craft, all you need is a freezer size ziploc bag with heavy craft paper and paint inside, then you will need your toddler to go at it smearing the paint as much as possible!

When done, take the paper out and have it dry while you cut out a heart from another piece of paper. Place the two together and boom, you’re done! Frame to make it extra special. How cute is this?

Head over to The Best Ideas for Kids for full instructions.

8. Footprints Poem Father’s Day Craft

Footprints Poem Father's Day Craft

Fun Handprint Art has a super sweet, sentimental Father’s Day craft for you.

This “Footprints” poem is so easy to do (all you need is paint and heavy craft paper) but is so sweet and sentimental that I wouldn’t be surprised if dad sheds a tear with this one!

Check out Fun Handprint Art for this and other crafts!

9. Portrait Father’s Day Craft

Portrait Father's Day Craft

This next craft is darling! It’s from Totschooling and dads everywhere will swoon for this one!

It’s a portrait of daddy made by toddler for Father’s Day. Now I know what you’re thinking – my toddler can’t draw that well! Well, that’s part of the fun!

Sure, 2 year olds may struggle to draw a face, but that’s ok! It’s the thought that counts! 3 and 4 year olds will do great with this one! Just have fun with it.

All you need is heavy craft paper and markers for this one.

You can print the template out by going to Totschooling (and check out other fun crafts there as well!)

10. Salt Dough Handprint Ornament Father’s Day Craft

Salt Dough Handprint Ornament Father's Day Craft

I absolutely love the look of this salt dough handprint ornament for a Father’s Day craft! And talk about simple!

This one is from The Best Ideas for Kids (one of my faves) and can be done in such a short amount of time – but will last practically forever!

This one is super cute for a little girl to do, if you want to use glitter paint. Otherwise, using these paints would be just fine.

To get the full instructions and recipe for the salt dough, head to The Best Ideas for Kids now!

Other Father’s Day Craft Ideas

Here’s quite a few other easy toddler Father’s Day craft ideas for you, too. I will simple place the picture with the link below for you to check out. (The first 10 are my all-time favorites, which is why I go into more detail with them!)

11. Handprint Art Father’s Day Craft

Handprint Art Father's Day Craft

12. Apron Father’s Day Craft

Apron Father's Day Craft

13. My Dad Rocks Frame Father’s Day Craft

My Dad Rocks Frame Father's Day Craft

14. Baseball Handprint Father’s Day Craft

Baseball Handprint Father's Day Craft

15. We’re Nuts About You Frame Father’s Day Craft

We're Nuts About You Frame Father's Day Craft

16. Daddy’s Grilling Partner Father’s Day Craft

Daddy's Grilling Partner Father's Day Craft

17. Daddy’s Handprint Platter Father’s Day Craft

Daddy's Handprint Platter Father's Day Craft

18. I’m As Lucky As Can Be Father’s Day Craft

I'm As Lucky As Can Be Father's Day Craft

19. Footprint Heart Art Father’s Day Craft

Footprint Heart Art Father's Day Craft

20. Grill Hand Father’s Day Craft

Grill Hand Father's Day Craft

21. Necktie Key Rings Father’s Day Craft

Necktie Key Rings Father's Day Craft

22. Daddy Art Father’s Day Craft

Daddy Art Father's Day Craft

23. Cufflinks for Daddy Father’s Day Craft

Cufflinks for Daddy Father's Day Craft

24. Hooked On Daddy Father’s Day Craft

Hooked On Daddy Father's Day Craft

25. Handprint Art Father’s Day Craft

Handprint Art Father's Day Craft

26. Heart Dad Father’s Day Craft

Heart Dad Father's Day Craft

Take Aways

Well, friends, that covers it for today! There are over 25 Father’s Day Crafts for toddlers that are super easy to do!

I will add more to this list if I come across any other easy toddler crafts for Father’s Day.

Please share this post with your friends to get the word out – we could all use extra craft ideas for holidays!

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Ngozi
2 months ago

These are fabulous ideas and I’m sure fathers would love these.

Emily
2 months ago

These ideas are awesome. I think we might do the baseball handprints as we are a big baseball family! Thanks!

HilLesha O'Nan
2 months ago

I love all of these ideas, especially the Little Handprints Keychain Father’s Day Craft. How sweet!

Sara
2 months ago

Love these, especially the puzzle frame! Thanks for sharing

Jennifer Van Haitsma
2 months ago

I think we’re going to do the Dad portraits. That has so much hilarious potential. LOL. Thanks for all the adorable ideas!

A Sweet Life with Style

I love all of these, especially the following in daddy’s footsteps one!
So cute!

Anita Doseck
2 months ago

Love these unique ideas! We need some fresh ideas for fathers day.

Ashley J Newton
2 months ago

Handmade gifts are so memorable for dads! I got to get to work on ours! These are crazy cute!

Yana
Yana
2 months ago

these are such cute ideas!! i love the key chain! I will have to save this and do this with my kids. my husband would be thrilled.

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