DIY Fathers Day Gifts from Baby Projects

Make dad feel special with these awesome DIY Father’s Day Gifts. Choose from making a collage with him and baby or why not make some adorable hand and foot print art to capture baby’s tiny hands. Dad is sure to love every one of these ideas, but they don’t need to just be for Father’s Day – think of birthdays and Christmas too!

1. Dad Collage

Dad Collage
Make up an adorable collage of daddy and baby and cut out the pictures to spell ‘Dad’. This is truly a gift he will cherish forever.

2. Daddy’s Shoes

Daddy's Shoes
Take a picture of baby wearing Daddy’s shoes and write this poem over the snap.

3. Hooked on Dad

Hooked on Dad
Make a footprint and hand print by putting brown paint on baby’s foot and orange paint on babys hand. Then turn the hand print into a fish by adding eyes and draw in a fishing rod.

4. Future Hunting Buddy

Future Hunting Buddy
Turn baby’s hand print into a deer by putting brown paint on baby’s hand to print. Then add antlers with a marker and write the message ‘Future Hunting Buddy’.

5. Superhero

Fathers are our first superheroes so showing your baby’s dad how important he is with this thoughtful creation will be stored in his heart forever.

6. I Love You Daddy

I Love You Daddy
Place red paint on baby’s feet and print in the shape of a heart to recreate this heart tugging craft.

7. Daddy & Me Glasses

Daddy & Me Glasses
Add paint to baby’s foot and fingers to make these adorable glasses.

8. Papas BBQ Plate

Papas BBQ Plate
Most men love to barbecue so this is a great little gift to make up for dad or grandpa. Purchase a white plate and help the kids to print their hands in different colors on it.

9. Walk with Me

Walk with Me
Print baby’s feet onto burlap and frame with the poem ‘Walk with Me’ and a cherished pictre of baby and Daddy.

10. Dad

Capture his first Father’s Day with photos of baby holding up the letters D,A and D.

11. Shoes

Could there be anything cuter than photographing a pair of baby’s shoes next to Dad’s. One day when baby is all grown up you could recreate the same picture to see how much they’ve grown.

12. Baseball

Put black paint on baby’s hand and get them to grab a baseball. Finish by presenting in a glass case for Dad to keep on his desk.

13. Superhero Frame

Superhero Frame
Show dad his super side with this adorable idea. You can either frame little superheros at the end of the sentences or just leave it on paper to make an awesome card with.

14. Footprint Father’s Day Card

Footprint Father's Day Card

15. Marvel Handprints

Marvel Handprints
If Dad loves comics then make these adorbale Marvel hand print characters and frame them.

16. Superhero Footprint Craft

Superhero Footprint Craft
Paint baby’s foot half in one color and half in another to make these super hero footprints – for example half red and half blue to make Spider Man – then simply draw over with a sharpie marker to add details.

17. As Lucky as can be

Make some custom art for Dad by upcycling a wooden board and adding hand prints and a picture of baby.

18. DIY Baseball Canvas

DIY baseball canvas
Turn a canvas into baseball inspired art by drawing the red lines with a sharpie marker and printing hand and footprints.

19. Daddy’s Biggest Fan

Daddy's Biggest Fan
This is such a cute Father’s Day idea for toddlers. Cut paper plate sized circles from poster board, then draw the seams on with a red sharpie. Help the children add their handprints. You could also do it on an actual baseball, and buy a clear plastic case for it for dad to keep on his desk.

20. Handful of Kisses

Handful of Kisses
This sweet idea would be great for a gift tag or an ornament too.

21. Happy Father’s Day hand prints

Happy Father's Day hand prints
Customize any poem you like for Dad by adding foot or hand prints.

22. D for Daddy

D for Daddy
Purchase or make a letter ‘D’ for Dad and decorate with kids hand prints.

23. Little Princess

Little Princess
Keep daddy’s little princess close to his heart by capturing her handprints forever on this sweet art. Make a pink bodice on a canvas help her print the skirt her hands.

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