Father’s Day gift ideas. Maybe you’re looking for simple Father’s Day gifts your children can make. Perhaps you want a personalized gift from you. Or are you in charge of cute little gifts that children from church or the community can make and give to their fathers? Coming up with the perfect idea can be fun or–kind of stressful. Let me help you out. These great ideas are designed to help you select or make the perfect gift for Dad.
Before Father’s Day, like now, have your kids ask Dad these questions. Or go for it yourself if you’re in a hurry and need the answers. Click here for the free download (standard letter size).
If you’re like me, I’ve had to make A LOT of gift returns over the years because I didn’t have information like this on hand. So get all the facts and enjoy shopping for Dad’s perfect gift.
Before or ON Father’s Day, encourage your kids to take a few minutes to learn more about their dad. Or use this handy interview questionnaire on your own dad. We all love to share a bit of our background, and dads are no exception. This easy, one-page sheet will get you started. But don’t be surprised if Dad wants to talk long after you’re through. In that case, keep jotting notes or hit the record button on your phone. The free download is available here (standard letter size).
Father’s Day Homemade Gift
This Leather Mason Jar Mug Cozie by Natalie at Doodlecraft is so clever. She designs her own, unique crafts–and this is so rustic and one-of-a-kind. I just love it! You need a few tools to make it work, but she explains everything here. This handmade gift is sure to be a man pleaser.
Food Gifts for Dad
Yippee for free! Get candy bar wrappers, a card, and a tag for “awesome sauce”– by Chrissy at Teepee Girl.
In another post, Chrissy shares even more candy bar wrappers for Father’s Day. Whether you just want to do a little something for Dad or Grandpa or whether you’re in charge of a load of gifts, you’ll want to check out her ideas. I just love them!
Who can resist a cute tag on Pop’s Day? Chrissy at Teepee Girl also shares this “POP-ular” version, which is cleverly designed for use with a bag of Dad’s favorite popcorn, already prepared or microwaveable, or attached to a bottle of his favorite soda pop. How will you use it? Attached to a bouquet of lolli-POPS? You can be clever with this one.
What dad doesn’t like to receive their favorite foods? This is a fantastic gift combo idea from Brit at Real Hansen Home. There are so many ways you could use this free printable. Add it to a gift basket with chips and salsa, nachos, packages of potato chips–you name it. Think chip and add it. Super cute!
And if you’re thinking chip, as in cookie, you’re covered too! Wrap those babies in a cute box or gift bag–and add the tag! Brit has thought of everything. 🙂
Father’s Day Mad Libs
What dad doesn’t love receiving their kids’ version of his story? And what kid doesn’t love to write or illustrate it? This free mad libs printable is a gift success no matter what. Kids fill in the blanks about dad, and you never know what they’re going to say! Thanks to Alia from Party like a Cherry for sharing her cute version of a Father’s Day gift classic.
Father’s Day Gifts to Buy
Emilie from A Year of FHE has style. If you’ve ever met her, she just oozes creativity. This is a list of eight great gifts for dads of all kinds. So many times I look at “Gifts for Men” articles and go “Huh?” Not this one. 🙂
So did we include the best Father’s Day gift ideas ever? They’re unique, fun, and fairly inexpensive. Comment and let us know what you like or what you would include.