1. Father’s day card – also a lovely baby keepsake!
You will need card, paints and some marker pens
Step One – Fold the card in half to make a card
Step Two – Paint your little one’s foot and press firmly down so that the toes are pointing to the bottom of the card
Step Three – Next paint your little one’s hand, we suggest you use a brighter colour than the footprint to help contrast. Position their hand print to the right of the of the foot, slightly overlayed.
Step Four – Paint a small head at the top of the foot and arm (see image) to bring your superhero to life!
Step Five – Write a message on the front (you may wish to allow the paint to dry first)
Step Six– Sign and wrap the card ready for Father’s Day!
2. Best Dad Medal
You will need a paper plate, paint, gems and ribbon.
Step One – Paint your paper plate a bright colour and allow to dry
Step Two – Decide what the award is for and write this on the plate – “Best Dad in the World” is always a good one!
Step Three – Add your gems around the outside and decorate
Step Four – Add your ribbon to the bottom for the final flourish!
Step Five – Date the back and sign – wrap the card ready for Father’s Day
3. Dad you are my rock!
You will need paints, a rock and a permanent marker
Step One – Find a nice, smooth rock
Step Two – Get creative with your design and paint!
Step Three – Wait for the paint to dry before adding a personal message in permanent marker pen. We love‘ My Dad Rocks’ as a cute message!
4. Hands down the best Dad canvas/picture
You will need a small canvas, paints and marker pens
Step One – Paint your little ones hands and place on the canvas
Step Two – Allow the paint to dry and then write ‘Best Dad’ along the top of the picture and ‘Hands Down’ along the bottom. Check out the image to see what we mean!
5. The Card Tie
You will need scissors, glue, coloured card, paints and our template
Step One – Print out our template – Download here
Step Two – Fold the card in half
Step Three – Cut the tie out and glue to the front of the card
Step Four – Let your little one go to town and paint the tie either with their hands or paint brush, which ever works for you!.
Step Five – Allow to dry, sign and wrap for Father’s Day
We hope you enjoy trying out some of our Father’s Day crafting and gift ideas, please tag us in your pictures on social media, we would love to see your creations!