Fun ways to celebrate Father’s Day

Looking for fun ways to celebrate Father’s Day? We have some wonderful ideas to share with you.

Father’s Day will be here before we know it! We have gathered some fun craft and activity ideas to help celebrate all of the special dads out there.

Kid made coasters

These kid-made coasters are simple to make, cost-effective, and would make a beautiful handmade gift! You might even be able to find some white ceramic tile samples for free at a local ReStore or Freecycle that could be repurposed into coasters.  

Fabric Resist Art Pillows

How fun and unique are these fabric resist art pillows from Meri Cherry? The colors are so vibrant and the kids will love making their one-of-a-kind pillow for that special dad in their lives.

Painted rock paperweight

These creative paperweights from Happy Hooligans are a lovely gift idea! Enjoy a walk in nature and collect rocks along the way with your children to be used in this fun art activity.

Handmade greeting cards

We love the idea of repurposing kids’ artwork into beautiful handmade greeting cards. What a wonderful way to showcase your child’s creativity! The cards themselves are a gift dads will treasure.

Build an obstacle course

Enjoy celebrating the special day together with a fun outdoor obstacle course. See how we put together our very own outdoor obstacle course using simple materials like pool noodles and cones. An obstacle course can even be made on a budget such as an obstacle course like the one shown in this video made entirely from items found at the dollar store!

We hope that these ideas offer some inspiration for your Father’s Day celebration! We especially hope that you find meaningful ways to connect and enjoy the special day honoring all of the wonderful dads!

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Deborah J Stewart

Deborah J Stewart

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