Are you looking for some great Fathers Day crafts for toddlers? Try this easy to make special trophy for dad even the younger kids can make!
Show dad he is truly the worlds best dad!
These is such a simple craft for kids, that Mum can help with. Little ones will enjoy painting the cup for Dad! I chose yellow because it is close to gold, and I was trying to resemble a gold trophy.
Cup crafts like this are so versatile, you can easily paint it any color you like, and ask Mum to add whatever message you want.
Of course you can also decorate this with footballs or stickers of your Dad’s favorite things.
You can give this cute trophy just as it is, either as a pencil holder, or just a desk decoration to remind him that he’s loved. You could also fill it with dad’s favorite treat. Keep a stash of that treat and whenever dad is not around just refill it – he will think it is gift that just keeps giving!
Or…. fill it with home-made gift certificates or coupons that dad can redeem. These certificates can have things like:
- 1 hour of uninterrupted TV
- free hug
- pass to get out of dishes duties or other chores
- movie night with kids
Paint the entire cup with yellow paint. Make sure to do the inside too! Set it aside to dry.
With yellow construction paper, cut out two handles for your trophy. Measure to make sure they fit nicely for the size of your cup.
Cut out a circle the size of the opening of your cup.
Using your black marker, write "World's Best Dad" on your cup (once it is dry).
Glue the circle you made to the bottom of the cup. Glue a handle on each side of the writing.
Now you are ready to decide what to fill your trophy with!
More Crafts for dad
Don’t forget we have TONS of great crafts for dad – some hold treats, others are sentimental, and some are just very practical and will make dad’s life easier!
These fathers day crafts for toddlers will make dad feel extra special. Nothing says I love you than a home-made present!
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