Five Free DIY Father’s Day Gifts–using clip art or downloads

DIY Father's day gift tutorial that is free and good project for the kids
Source: Artsy-Fartsy Mama

Here are five Free DIY Father’s Gift tutorials that use either downloadable art or clip art. With these options you can still pull together gifts on time and that he will love.

Options One and Two from Artsy Fartsy Mama

Click on the links under the images for the instructions.  She describes the Stache Jar Gifts as follows ” If you are still looking to get a gift together before Sunday, this one will be perfect! It’s really quick to put together, great on the budget, and you can’t go wrong with giving dad his own personal “stache” of goodies!” Here is what she wrote about the free printable father’s day candy bar Wrapper :”Father’s Day gifts from kids are pretty much the cutest thing ever. Especially if it includes their handwriting!  This free printable Father’s Day candy bar wrapper is simple to put together and is a gift that any father (or grandfather) would love!!”

Put together this Free Printable Father's Day Candy Bar Wrapper and Questionnaire for dad this year!

Artsy Fartsy Mama

Options Three and Four from Martha Stewart

With Martha Stewarts Retro Father’s Day Clip-Art Labels you will be able to turn’s Dad’s favorite foods into a custom gift for Father’s Day . Click  on link under the photo to learn how.

Source: Martha Stewart


Free DIY vintage inspired clip art used to create father's day gift
Source: Martha Stewart

Daddy’s Girl Clip Art is the second option from Martha Stewart for a DIY Father’s Day Gift. Kids can create a variety of projects with this clip art, such as adorable cards, boxes, labels, and tags. Click on link under photo for clip art.


Source: Creative Try Als

Option Five from Try Als

This option is for a Super Hero Action Pack – DIY Father’s Day Gift. Click on the link under the photo to learn how to make this project.  I love the name of this blog and the quote about trying.

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