7 Father's Day Gifts Kids Can Make
Show Dad the love with one of these easy, but so sweet, DIY Father's Day gifts
From cufflinks to coasters—and even a tattoo!—these easy DIY presents are as one-of-a-kind as the guy receiving them.
Shrink Film Cufflinks
Cut out circles from a piece shrink film and have your kid go to town with colored pencils or watercolors. After baking, glue the finished results to cuff links to make this spiffy accessory. (Via Creative Green Living)
Acrylic paint turns Dad's everyday tool into a work of art. Use a permanent marker to add a special Father's Day message. (Via My Happy Crazy Life)
Customized Golf Balls
Permanent markers turn golf balls into a gift that will make Dad smile with every swing. It's the perfect last-minute gift! (Via Ann Arbor Mom Blog)
Personalized Phone Case
Cut a piece of card stock to fit a phone case and then have your kid draw a just-for-Dad masterpiece. (Via Mama.Papa.Bubba)
Scan and print your kid's latest masterpiece on temporary tattoo paper for an unexpected gift. (Via What We Do All Day)
Handprint Work Gloves
Dip your child's hands in paint to create an extra-special stamp on these gloves for the hardest working dude around. (Via I Can Teach My Child)
DIY Child’s Drawing Keyrings
After your kid sketches a drawing for Dad on shrink film, bake it in the oven. Simple, but so useful! (Via Messy Little Monster)
Projects with small parts are not suitable for children under three.