Father's Day is celebrated on the third Sunday of June, every year. It is celebrated worldwide to honor dads across the world, for their unconditional love and support. Agreed that dads are generally considered the stricter of the two parents but they are also the ones who spoil and pamper us the most. They may be the ones who seem unapproachable with requests of Pajama parties but we also know how those puppy-eyes can turn them into marsh-mellows at such times. So, having established how sweet daddies can be, let's now decide on something sweet to do for them this year. How about the following craft ideas?
Kids Craft Ideas For Father's Day
A Father's Day ideal gift is one that comes straight from a kid's heart. And ifit is a handmade one then nothing like it. Read on for kids craft ideas for Father's day for help.
Father's Day Crafts For Kids
- Glace paper
- Cylindrical Tumbler
- Cut the glace paper according to the measurement of the tumbler.
- Stick the paper on the tumbler covering it completely and set aside for 10-15 minutes.
- Now make some coloured drawing or scribble a message on it for your father.
- Wooden Boxes
- Fine Grain Sandpaper
- Latex Wood Primer
- Acrylic Paints and Paintbrushes
- Acrylic Varnish
- Hot Glue Gun
- Decoration Items like Costume Jewelry, Foreign Coins, Golf Tees.
- Before painting the box, lightly sand the wood and then brush a coat of primer on all its surfaces. Lightly sand the box once more after it dries.
- Now paint the box in stages, allowing the paint to dry each time.
- To paint multicolored stripes on the box, apply strips of Easy MaskKleen Edge tape in a parallel pattern and paint between them. Remove the tape when paint dries then tape over the freshly painted areas and paint new stripes between them.
- Once the paint dries, apply a coat of acrylic varnish to protect and enhance the color and let the box dry completely.
- Now, glue a felt liner to the inner side of the box and glue the decorative items on top of it.
- If the items are hard to stick, try gluing bits of felt to the bottom and then glue the felt to the box and your utility box is ready.
Our parents never really expect huge gifts from us. And truth be told, it isn't really the size or the price of the gift that gives them joy; it is the thought and the efforts that you put into the gift that'd really matter to your father.