Let Dad know that he’s the superhero in the family, with these awesome superhero Dad crafts! From gifts to cards, there’s something for every age to make!
Who is a superhero in your life? A question that makes you think a little, right? But for little kids, it’s not so difficult. Ask them and pat comes the answer – it’s either Mom or Dad!
That’s how it is for young children, their parents are the ones who save them from everything and solve all their problems. Mom and Dad do this in their own unique ways, and each one is special!
Since Father’s Day is coming up on 21st June, I think it’s only fair that we focus on the first superhero in our lives – Dad! Every Dad secretly pictures himself having a cape and saving his family from all the problems of the world, so why not make his fantasy come true? Here are some awesome superhero Dad crafts that kids can make for their own special superheroes!
15 Awesome Superhero Dad Crafts for Kids
It’s lockdown everywhere and most Dads are at home, and may be unshaven but they’re still superheroes! Kids Craft Room celebrates Super Dad with a cute little craft that features a Dad with a little stubble!
Your child’s little footprints walked straight into her Daddy’s heart, which makes this craft from Messy Little Monster perfect for Father’s Day! Put in Dad’s photo to add some quirk to it!
Remember how Clark Kent tears open his shirt to reveal that figure hugging superhero suit underneath? I always wonder how the cape fits in the back, but that’s a question for another day. For now, let’s just make this super cute shirt card for Dad!
Got a chocoholic Dad? Then you have GOT to make this super cute craft from I Heart Crafty Things! All you need to do is get a few bars of Dads’ favorite chocolate, assemble the craft and hand it to him after breakfast!
If you have a new baby, this craft from Glued to My Crafts will just melt Daddy’s heart! Use child safe paint to get that tiny handprint and footprint on a piece of card stock and turn it into Junior’s very first Father’s Day card!
Does Dad enjoy his daily cuppa? Surprise him with a set of superhero coasters so that every time he has his cup of Joe, he’s reminded of how he’s a superhero for some special people! Check out the instructions at Messy Little Monster.
Doesn’t matter if the Dad in your home is a fitness freak or couch potato – this Kids Craft Room will ensure your superhero moves – a lot! Kids and their Dads will love this superhero Dad puppet and can have loads of laughs with it.
Comic book geeks are going to love this project from DIY Candy! Freeze a special moment in Dad’s life in a superhero comic-book style photo frame – it’s easier than it looks!
Sandy Toes and Popsicles has the perfect idea for Dads who love their snacks. Gather a bunch of mason jars and turn the lids into their superhero versions. Fill them up with Dad’s faves and you have the perfect gift!
Here’s something for the Lego loving Dad who also loves his Avengers. Hello Wonderful shows a fun way to create a frame worthy work of art that celebrates all superheroes and their various qualities.
If you have very young kids who can’t really make a craft, this printable from A Simple Life & Everything Nice is perfect. Just print out the poster and glue on your munchkin’s faces for a super cute gift.
Running out of ideas and need a last minute Father’s Day gift? One Little Project has the solution – gather Dad’s favorite tools and turn them into superheroes – after all, even Thor needs his hammer!
Does Dad need a place to drop his keys and wallet? Projects with Kids has a great idea to create superhero comic-style trays that are fun and bright – Dad will definitely not misplace his things now onward!
There is no simpler way to let Dad know that he’s a superhero than with a Superman card – complete with a cape! Designer Daddy shows us how to make this gorgeous craft which is better suited for older kids.
It’s lovely how everyday objects can turn into cool stuff, just like ordinary men can turn into superheroes! Our Kid Things turns clothespins into Dad superheroes, along with a cute ‘D’ symbol in front!
Even though these are superhero crafts, there’s something for Dads with varied interests – comic books, Lego, chocolates, coffee and more! Pick the one you think the Dad in your home will like the most and watch your superhero’s face light up!