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Heads up, Father’s Day is this weekend! Still looking for something to give to that special man in your life, but not sure what to do? Here are some quick and easy last-minute Father’s Day gifts that will show Dad how much he means to you.
Printable Last-Minute Father’s Day Gifts
You can quickly print off some fun wrappers to make a super special gift for Dad. Smart Party Planning has you covered with a wide variety of ideas. Choose from Super Dad beer bottle labels, wine labels, or even chocolate bar labels. These retro printables are also quite versatile!
This special Handprint Craft from Fun Handprint Art is a printable message to Daddy. When she made this, she did her child’s handprints and then adjusted the color by scanning it onto the computer. You could also print it out and directly apply handprints.
Makeover and Motherhood created these fun printable Father’s Day Interview sheets. Fill in the answers that younger children give you, or have older kids write in their own answers. Frame one for this year, or repeat every year to keep in a keepsake book to enjoy as your young ones grow and mature. There’s also one for Grandpa.
Surprise Dad with a special breakfast for Father’s Day. Use this free printable Room Service Door Hanger from 733 Blog. He indicates what he would like to have for breakfast, and then the kids can deliver it to him, right in bed! Even men like to be pampered here and there.
The Best Dad Ever printable from Where the Smiles Have Been is one of the easiest gifts to print and make. Simply print out her watercolor design and place it into a frame.
If he is a fan of superheroes, you can also quickly print out this Superhero Dad free printable from Busy Mom’s Helper and frame it.
Last-Minute Father’s Day Gifts for the Coffee and Candy Lover
If you’re only appealing to Dad’s sweet tooth and have fun scrapbook paper sitting around the house, make one of these Candy Bar Wrappers from Mainly Homemade. A fun twist would be having kids draw on their own paper and using that to wrap up the candy bars.
Sharpie Dot Mugs, like this example by Organized 31, are a fun way to let out your creative side while designing a one-of-a-kind present that Dad can actually use.
Last-Minute Father’s Day Gifts of Time and Love
The most important thing to remember this Father’s Day is just to let Dad know that you love him and want to spend time with him. One Artsy Mama created a jar full of ideas for special outings with Dad. Randomly draw one slip of paper and go do that activity. The design and contents are easily adapted. Be creative in your thoughts and ideas.
Quickly print off this certificate from Smart Party Planning and fill in the blanks to personalize it for Dad to let him know special he is.
Katarina’s Paperie has a printable pocket that you can fill with her premade coupons for fatherly fun. Feel free to add in some of your own creations! You could even use some of these blank Printable Coupons from About Family Crafts.
Other Easy Last-Minute Father’s Day Gifts
Do you have an extra Mason jar laying around? Or have the time to quickly pick one up at a craft store? Mainly Homemade has a quick and easy Mason Jar Bank project that even young kids could pull off. Who doesn’t need a place to store all of that extra change? You could even adapt this to use other kinds of jars that you already have sitting around the house.
Or, take one of those extra jars and fill them up with his favorite nut collection. Use this free printable tag from Life Is Sweeter By Design to let Dad know you’re nuts about him!