To kids, dads aren't just dads; the're best friends, superheroes and role models. Celebrate the amazing dad in your life by getting the kids involved in the celebrations. Personalized, handmade crafts are something he will cherish forever. Plus, the kids will love feeling involved, and knowing they personally made something sweet for Dad. Check out our favorite kid-friendly crafts your little ones can make this Father's Day:
Plain white ceramic coffee mugs are like a blank canvas for your little artists. Pick up a pack of permanent markers (oilbased Sharpies work best), and have the kids draw fun designs and sweet messages for dad. Once the markers dry, place the mugs in a cold oven. Turn the oven on to 350 degrees, and leave the mugs in there for 3045 minutes. Turn the oven off, wait for it to completely cool, then remove the mugs. Fill with candy or other treats for an extra surprise!
We mustache you a question - how much does dad love his snacks? Even if the dad in your life doesn't rock any facial hair, this simple DIY is a cute way to gift him his favorite sweet and salty treats. Simply put candy, nuts or other snacks in a glass jar, and decorate with mustache stickers and fun labels.
If Dad is a movie buff - or just enjoys tasty popcorn - make his buttery snack even more delicious with some sweet, personalized notes. Wrap your Popcorn Factory tin with white duct tape, and write fun messages in permanent marker. The perfect gift for your one-of-a-kind pops!