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Father’s Day is coming up!
Let your kids show him how much he’s loved.
Looking for a fun Fathers Day craft your kids can make?
I’ve got exactly what you’re looking for right here! Dad will love it!
Fathers Day Craft Kids Can Make
Just a heads up… This craft may require a little prep work from mom. Sometimes, craft foam can be difficult to cut. However, if you’re little ones want to make this craft independently, they can use construction paper instead.
- Black, Pink & Bright Green Craft Foam Sheets
- School Glue
- White Poster Board or Cardstock
- Pencil or Marker
- Google Eyes
- Popsicle Stick
STEP 1: Begin by downloading and printing the POPSICLE template. You can do that HERE.
STEP 2: Cut your template out.
STEP 3: Trace your popsicle onto bright green craft foam and cut out. This is the step some kids will need help with. craft foam is bendy. Some children will need you to hold the foam for them. Others may need you to do all of the cutting on this step.
STEP 4: Glue a popsicle stick to the back of your popsicle.
STEP 5: Glue your popsicle to your white poster board or cardstock.
STEP 6: Glue google eyes onto your popsicle. Add a black smile made with black craft foam or use a black marker to draw one on. Cut pink rosy cheeks from craft foam and glue above your popsicle’s smile.
Again, some children will need help with this step, especially since the pieces you’re cutting are even smaller than the first one.
STEP 7: Cut out popsicle droplets from scraps of the bright green craft foam and glue around your popsicle.
STEP 8: Add your message with a marker or print your words and glue onto your card.
Dad will treasure this Fathers Day craft card because it was made with love!
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