It’s time show your Dad just how much you appreciate him with these fathers day crafts. We’ve gathered over 30 fathers day crafts which means there’s something for every type of dad out there.From cross stitch cards to practical wash bags, give the man you love something extra special.
Fathers day crafts
A handmade card
First up you’ll need a card! We’ve got a whole bunch of free fathers day cards for you to choose from including this fishy one designed Naomi Skinner and created by Ruth Southorn. We have fishing cards, cricket cards, garden cards and more in our card making section.
Make Dad his own beer caddy this fathers day with DIY Candy’s free tutorial.
You know what we like? Fathers day crafts that your dad can use for years to come and our free waterproof wash bag will do just that.
Upcycling fathers day crafts are good for the planet and give an extra touch to your gifts. Turn an old tie into a glasses or sunglasses pouch with Diane Gilleland tutorial.
Another practical fathers day craft is socks. Rhian Drinkwater’s knitted socks will keep cold toes warm all year round.
For all the fancy dads out there make them one of Jennie Jones’ easy sew bowties.
Faith Provencher’s detachable apron tool belt is a fathers day craft that we’d love to make ourselves! Go from the shed to the kitchen looking very chic.
Nothing shows appreciation more than a rosette! Stitch Rhona Norrie’s fathers day design.
For dads who love cooking and online recipes make him Love Grows Wild’s tablet stand.
Knit up Sarah Dennis’ beer cosy, pop a beer in and gift this fathers day.
Pin badge cufflinks
Pick up some pin badges (you could pick his favourite country, sports team, game console…) and turn them into cufflinks with Mrballeng’s tutorial.
Beer can planters
For green fingered fellows turn their favourite drink brands into planters with The Merry Thought’s tutorial.
Crochet lens covers
Keep camera lenses dust-free with Little Yellow Wheelbarrow’s crochet tutorial.
Another fathers day craft for budding photographers! LBG Studio’s strap has pockets too so dad can keep his camera cap safe while he’s snapping away.
Personalise some hankies for your dad by following papernstitchblog’s tutorial.
Follow charmedbyashley’s fold over rucksack tutorial and fill it with treats for fathers day.
For dad’s that love to grill make them a BBQ kit! We loved this one by Jacquelyn Clark which includes sauces, spices and an apron (Jacquelyn bought hers but you could go fathers day craft crazy and make your own!).
Pick up a hip flask and customise it with your dads favourite print using this tutorial from Burkatron.
If the man in your life is a fishing lover then why not make him these DIY fishing lures? Christina shows you how to transform old bottle caps into lures on her blog.
For all the beardy blokes out there Gemma from thesweetestdigs has a perfect fathers day craft. Make her DIY beard oil and print her free label for a professional looking touch!
This DIY docking station by Houseful of Handmade will keep messy cables tidy and keep all dad’s prize possessions in one place.
Bring your crochet game with these leather coasters by Make and Do. The crochet edging give them an added touch. If you don’t know how to crochet we have some fab beginner videos and tutorial to help you out.
Bring out dad’s fathers day breakfast on this beautiful tray. Southern Revival shows you how to make and gift one this fathers day.
If you’re a skilled sewist then make a shirt this fathers day. Melly Sews has a free pattern and video tutorial to show you how to make your own. If you’re just starting out sewing then use our sewing kits for beginners guide to get all your essentials first!
Wooden bottle stoppers
A Beautiful Mess have loads of amazing fathers day crafts on their blog and we especially love these DIY wooden bottle stoppers.
Whip up Coco Kelly’s gorgeous marble and wood cheese board for a fathers day gift.
Make The Polka Dot Chair’s overnight/travel bag and whisk him away on a fun-packed fathers day weekend.
Give your dad the royal treatment with Erica Chan Coffman’s wax seal tutorial.
Stormdrane’s key chain lanyard makes a quick and practical fathers day gift.
If your dad’s more of a wine man than beer then make him this DIY wine rack using April Wilkerson’s tutorial.
Coffee lovers will love The Merry Thought’s rustic looking stand.
Lovely Indeed shows you how to make leather tie clips for fathers day.
Fathers day crafts are extra special when they’re personalised. Use Birds Party’s tutorial to make a photo cube covered with memories.
Covered notebooks and books
Fathers day crafts for book worms lands with Lana Red Studio. She shows you how to make this cool covered notebook but you could also turn it into a book cover.
Kojo Design’s leather phone case tutorial is free and a fab make for any tech-loving dads.
Snacks are always a winning gift. Sarah Hearts has free printables that you can hang around your snack jars.
Cross stitch designs
Lucie Heaton’s fathers day cross-stitch crafts will decorate all your gifts with super cute motifs. We love the idea of making a photo album full of favourite memories too!
We’ve got loads of fathers day crafts for crochet lovers here on Gathered. We especially love Ruth Maddock’s crochet waistcoat and think the special man in your life would too.
We hope you’ve found a fathers day craft from our list that your dad will love. Share your creations with us on Instagram – we’d love to see them!