This week’s crafty goodness features some fun and easy to do Father’s Day Crafts.
Kids will love to get involved with making these craft projects.
Some they can do all by themselves and others will require some help.
The variety of card ideas are great and the Typography Glasses are a clever idea.
First up is how my knitting has progressed…
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On My Needles
When I was working on the Cable Sunburst Washcloth by Kendra Nitta for KnitPicks, something I wondered was what others use for stitch markers when you don’t have actual stitch markers?
I used scrap yarn but found they got caught up in the knitting and were a bit of a nuisance. Any tips would be welcomed.
As I mentioned last week, I ripped out the Cable Sunburst Washcloth and started the Welt Leaf Dishcloth by Faith Schmidt for KnitPicks.
I finished it pretty quickly and started my next project the Foggy Paths Dishcloth by Stana D Sortor for Knitpicks.
Another chance to practice cables 🙂
Top 10 in Craft – Father’s Day Crafts
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Dad Rocks Paperweight
Create your own version of this cute craft.
Thanks to the help of Amanda Formaro from Crafts by Amanda.
Upcycled Nuts and Bolts Heart Craft
This is such a lovely handmade craft.
All made possible with the help of Shelah from Mosswood.
7 Fun and Easy Fathers Day Crafts for Kids
Some great ideas for Fathers’ Day Crafts for kids to do.
Take a look at the video for some fabulous inspiration for the little ones. Thanks to The Team at Easy Kids Craft.
DIY Cork Bottle Stoppers
Julianne from Mod Cloth has some fabulous suggestions for this gorgeous craft.
Check out the complete guide.
Tiny Little Hands Will Melt Dad’s Heart
Find all the details for this fabulous craft.
Enjoy making your own version. Follow the instructions by Beth from Project Nursery.
DIY Cord organizers
Mette from Monsters Circus has all the details for this crafty idea.
Enjoy looking at her wonderful expertise and talent.
Guess Whooo Loves Your Father
To create this wonderful craft project.
Check out the complete guide by Rachel from I Heart Crafty Things.
DIY Wooden Key Chain
Bet you can’t wait to get start making your own version of this crafty idea.
Follow the steps by Andreja Vucajnk from Easy Peasy and Fun.
DIY Thumbprint Fob
The Team at Hellobee from Hellobee has this super fun craft to make.
The instructions are easy to follow and understand.
Superhero Handprint Coasters
You will be super excited to create this beautiful craft.
All the details can be found in the post by Louise from Messy Little Monster.
Editor’s note: Our readers have said, in their free time, they love going back over previous editions of our roundups. So we’ve kept the crafty goodness below from this time last year.
Comic Book Coasters
Amy from Mod Podge Rocks has created clear and easy-to-understand instructions to help you make this craft project.
A Monster Hug
How adorable is this idea!
Find the inspiration in the post by Emma Smith from Kids Craft Room.
Kate from Mini Eco shares their experience and tips for how to make this craft project.
Follow her clear and easy to understand instructions to make your own.
Father’s Day Typography Glasses
Doing this project is a wonderful idea, and the results look fantastic!
Thanks to the creativity of The Team at Mr. Printables.
Out of this World Father’s Day Card
Enjoy creating this crafty idea.
Follow the instructions by Rachel from I Heart Crafty Things to make this cute Alien Father’s Day Card.
Toilet Roll Fathers Day Cards
Using recycled materials for Father’s Day Crafts is always a good idea.
The Team at Pink Stripey Socks has a clear and simple to understand tutorial.
Hands Holding a Heart
Andreja Vucajnk from Easy Peasy and Fun steps you through the techniques used in this brilliant project.
Take a look at the tutorial.
Kid Scribble Origami Bowtie
A really wonderful idea for a bit of fun for Dad. Plus the results look great!
To make it yourself, take a look at the instructions by Autumn from Its Always Autumn.
For Fathers Day
Jane Kohlenstein from Buzzmills gives great step by step instructions on how to make this gorgeous craft.
Follow the tutorial outlined in her post.
Shrinky Dink Fathers Day Gifts
What a fabulous idea!
Thanks to the creative mind of Jordan from Oh Happy Day.
Amazing Superhero Handprint
Michelle from Crafty Morning makes this look very easy! An expert at what she does. Get the inspiration here.
Easy Origami Shirt
Some lovely ideas for a simple but effective Father’s Day Card.
Dads love being the hero for their kids! Follow the step by step instructions that are easy to understand by Maggy Woodley from Red Ted Art.
The Team at The Best Ideas for Kids steps you through their crafty idea.
Dads will love these cards, choose his favorite superhero.
My Dad Rocks Frame
Jody Arsenault from Mommy Moment provides all the details for this crafty project.
Photo Key Chain
This would make a wonderful handmade project.
Find all the materials and instructions in the complete guide by Amy from Kids Activities.
Easy Fathers Day Sharpie Mug
Jackie Cravener from I Heart Arts n Crafts has created a beautiful project for you to follow.
Kids will love to scribble on a mug for Dad.
My Dad Is King of the Grill
Amanda from Fun Handprint Art has some excellent crafty ideas, which you should try out.
Check out how to make this fun pun card in the guide.
Printable Father’s Day Card and Coupons
Find all the details for this fabulous craft project here.
Thanks to the creative talents of Amy from Living Locurto.
Love You to Pieces Fathers Day Frame Gift
This is easy and amazing crafty project is a great idea for Dad. Use up bits of puzzles that may have lost pieces.
A great idea for reusing materials. Check out the details by Michelle from Crafty Morning.
Fathers Day Scrabble Tile Frame
Rachel from I Heart Crafty Things steps you through the requirements to make these very creative ideas.
This craft project would be super fun to make. A cute card for Father’s Day.
Find all the details in the guide.
Thanks to the creative abilities of The Team at The Best Ideas for Kids.
DIY Fathers Day Key Chains
What fun it will be for kids to create this craft project.
With the expert assistance of Caroline from Hellobee.
DIY Cufflinks From Buttons
What a gorgeous handmade craft.
Made possible with the creativity of Natalie from Creme de la Craft.
Tie-Shaped Bookmark Using Tear Art
Chelsey from Buggy and Buddy has some excellent suggestions for this crafty idea.
Follow the complete guide, Dad will feel very special in this tie.
Pop Up Best Dad Card Printable
Find all the details, including materials and easy to understand steps for this great craft projectby Maggy Woodley from Red Ted Art.
Fathers Day Mad Lib Printable
What you need for this wonderful project are outlined in the tutorial by Lisa from Over The Big Moon.
A great idea for learning about nouns and adjectives all related to Father’s Day.
DIY Fathers Day Personalized Candle Holder Gift Idea
You are sure to be excited to make your own version of this inspiring craft.
All the details are included in the post by Nell from Rhythms of Play.
A sweet idea for a gift for Dad.
Fathers Day Photo Blocks
Super fun craft idea to make thanks to Julia from Stars and Sunshine.
Using photos of your kids, this would be a great addition to any desk.
Building Memories with Dad
Your creativity will be flowing when you create this gorgeous craft.
Follow the instructions by Blair from The Seasoned Mom.
The Team at The Best Ideas for Kids from The Best Ideas for Kids has detailed clear and easy-to-understand instructions to help you make this craft project.
DIY Fathers Day Magic Card
Superhero themes are very popular for Father’s Day.
Find everything you need for this card here.
Thanks to Andreja Vucajnk from Easy Peasy and Fun.
DIY Fathers Day Card
Ahh this is such a lovely quote – I love you to the moon and back
Doing this project is a great idea, and the results look fantastic!
All the information you need is provided by Stef from Non-Toy Gifts.
Avengers Bookmarks Craft
I am sure you will enjoy making this craft project.
Great for Dad’s who are Avenger fans.
Follow the step by step instructions by Amanda Formaro from Crafts by Amanda.
Following in My Daddy’s Shoes
How adorable is this idea! Get your crafting supplies ready and help your kids create their own version of this lovely craft.
Read all the details outlined in the post by Michelle from Crafty Morning.
Tape Resist Mug and Bowl
Jackie from Happy Hooligans steps you through how to make this funtastic project.
Read the tutorial.
Pop Up Fathers Day Card
A superb idea, this craft looks such fun to make. Take a look at the instructions.
Then get busy crafting. Thanks to the creative talents of Maggy Woodley from Red Ted Art.
Handprint Baseball Fathers Day Gift
Laura from Sunny Day Family gives great tips and tricks on how to make this fun craft.
Follow the tutorial outlined in her post.
DAD Salt Dough Picture Frame
Dad will be impressed with this fabulous craft.
Follow the step by step instructions in the tutorial by Stacey from The Soccer Mom Blog.
Amanda Formaro from Fun Family Crafts makes this look easy and fun to do!
A bit of fun for Father’s Day crafts.
Get the crafty goodness here.
Free Fathers Day Printable Gift
This is a simple but effective craft.
Follow all the instructions to put it all together thanks to Jillian Leslie from Catch My Party.
Handprint Yoda Fathers Day Card
Star Wars Fans will definitely want to try out this crafty idea.
Go through the steps provided by Jackie Cravener from I Heart Arts n Crafts.
Another fun pun creation!
Father’s Day Trophy Card
Andreja Vucajnk from Easy Peasy and Fun provides all the details, including materials and how-to tips for this craft project.
Dads will love receiving this card.
I Love You This Much Card
Tiff from A Day In My Life has created this craft project for you to follow.
Check out the complete guide on how to create this card.
Football Handprint and Photo Keepsake
What a wonderful idea! Following the steps should be easy. Check out the guide here.
Thanks to Nadia from Teach Me Mommy.
Mess Free Painting with Babies or Toddlers
Such a great handmade project!
Follow the complete guide to make your own with the help of The Team at The Best Ideas for Kids.
Fathers Day Portrait Drawing
Viviana from Totschooling has created this awesome project.
Check out the guide on how to make it yourself.
Paper Weaving Printable Fathers Day Bookmark
Maggy Woodley from Red Ted Art has some fab crafty ideas, which you can try out. Check out all the goodness in the guide.
Looking at the image above, no doubt makes you want to get crafting! Find all you need here.
Thanks to Amanda from Fun Handprint Art.
Bring some amazing and satisfying crafty goodness into your life with this craft.
Inspiration by Stef from Non-Toy Gifts.
A cute pun inspired craft.
Fathers Day Toddler Finger Painting Activity
Super fun to make and impress your friends and family with.
Follow the tutorial by Heather from Books and Giggles.
Finger Painted Fathers Day Card
Enjoy creating this fabulous craft!
Thanks to the crafty talents of Clare from Clare’s Little Tots.
DIY Paper Award Ribbon
Such a lovely idea to bring craft into your life.
Follow the instructions by Andreja Vucajnk from Easy Peasy and Fun.
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