10 Minute Father’s Day Gift Crafts

10 Minute Father’s Day Gift Crafts

If you’re a bit of a procrastinator like me, you are aware that this upcoming Sunday is Father’s Day, but probably haven’t taken any steps to plan anything for that special Daddy-o in your life . . . the father of your kids that is.  Even if you aren’t a procrastinator, you are a busy mom who might need some last minute Father’s Day gift ideas.  So thinking of what gift to buy or make for your husband, may be one task too many that might just push you over the edge.  That is why I thought it would be helpful to make a handy dandy list for you of 10 minute Father’s Day gift crafts ideas.


You likely don’t have even 5 minutes to read this post if you’re looking for 10 minute gift ideas.  The list is short, but awesome.  So without further ado  . . . . here we go!!!

handprint dad fathers day gift shirt

Hand Print Dad Shirt from Sugar Bee Crafts

I don’t sew (yet), so I don’t know how long embroidering takes.  But I think this could be done quickly by printing the wording on an iron on transfer.  Ironing takes a few easy minutes.  The handprints take even less.


Fingerprint Art from Crazy Wonderful Motherhood


Father’s Day Sharpie Mug from I Heart Arts N Crafts

Granted, this one does require a little bit of extra time for baking the cup . . . BUT, it’s hands off time so it doesn’t count.

Does your special dad have a sweet tooth?  Mine does.  I’ve been starving him of his usual indulgences lately, so I thought it would be extra special to do some of these craft gifts.

Treats for Dad, Fathers Day Gift

Homemade Six Pack of Treats for Dad from Soap Deli News

You can decorate these bottles using designer tape as suggested, or use some of these nifty FREE Father’s Day Printables.


Free Father’s Day Printables from Yesterday On Tuesday

Dress up some soda pop for Pop.


Father’s Day Soda Bottle Covers from The Idea Room 

Or stump dad on how to open his gift by wrapping lots of kisses in a soda bottle.


Hershey Kisses For Dad from It’s Written On The Wall

You can buy the printables and instructions from their Etsy shop.  Or, you can make your own soda bottle label and learn to fill it with large treats by watching this video.

We tried a few of these.  It was really easy to execute.  I did have to take a few minutes to go buy the supplies . . . but we’re pretty happy with our 10 Minute Father’s Day gift crafts results.

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