Father’s Day is fast approaching *Gulp*. Luckily there is still time to make some Father’s Day crafts. Here are some great ideas for handmade gifts and cards which will be sure to warm a man’s heart. So much better than shop bought cards.

Father's day crafts for kids - homemade cards, gifts and books to read

Grandpa Handprint Craft from Fun Handprint Art

King of the Grill Card  from Fun Handprint Art

Father’s Day Card from In the Playroom

Father’s Day Cards from Powerful Mothering

Cut out Father’s Day Card from The Gingerbread House

12 Children’s Books about Dads from Play to learn With Sarah

Lego Card Holder from Planet Smarty Pants

Father's day crafts for kids

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