Father’s Day is *this* weekend, people! That means it’s time to show Dad how much you appreciate him by picking up the perfect Father’s Day gift and throwing an epic Father’s Day party. Whether he’s a grill master or a superhero of sorts, these party DIYs are sure to get those Dad day festivities started. We’ve got everything from burger cupcakes and balloons to superhero coasters and bacon cozies. Whichever one you choose, he’s sure to be one proud papa.

confetti poppers

1. Confetti Popper Cards: These printable wrappers and their matching confetti are must-haves for an explosive Father’s Day of fun. Distribute the poppers to all your guests, including Dad, and make it rain all party long! (via A Joyful Riot)


2. Burger Cupcakes: Yes, burger cupcakes are a thing! You can bet Dad will be thrilled when he gets his hands on ’em. It might take some time to serve up these sweet renditions on the savory classic, but you can rest assured it’ll be worth it when you bite into the brownie “burger patties.” (via Frankie Magazine)


3. World’s Best Pop Banner and Balloon: For a more personalized touch, create custom balloons with Dad’s face. Choose your favorites from Dad’s silly selfies, print them out and plaster them onto balloons. Combined with this “World’s Best Pop” banner, your Father’s Day party decor is about to look real good. (via Handmade Mood)


4. DIY Burger Balloons: Amp up the BBQ theme with these creative burger balloons. All you need for this DIY are yellow/gold round mylar balloons and brown, green and red tissue paper. Add some glue, and those balloons will have you killin’ your party game. (via Studio DIY)


5. Superman Coasters: Complete the superhero theme with a set of superman coasters you can whip up in no time. Choose a printed fabric Dad would be a fan of — like this awesome Superman one — and use mod podge to fix it to cork coasters. Finish off the look with a layer of Lamifix (or another type of protective film) to keep it from getting dirty. (via Live it. Love it. Make it.)

build your own burgers

6. Build-Your-Own Burger Bar: Everyone, including Dad, will appreciate being able to customize their own burgers. To complete your burger bar, serve condiments in small bowls complete with labels for added convenience and flair. (via Forkful)

bacon koozie

7. DIY Bacon Cozies: If Dad’s got a soft spot for bacon, you know you’ll have to include these DIY bacon cozies at his party. Aside from being super easy to make, they’ll last long after the Father’s Day festivities. (via Paint the Gown Red)


8. DIY Cupcake Toppers: Give your snacks some flair with these fun cupcake toppers that double as goofy glasses. For a Clark Kent vibe, opt for superhero-inspired cupcakes like these orange, blue and red ones. (via The Party Girl)


9. Super Dad Printables: Celebrate Dad’s Superman status with fun comic-inspired printables you can turn into cake toppers, straw flags, invitations and more. The toppers can even make cute photo booth props once you finish the food. (via Catch My Party)


10. DIY BBQ Apron: Crown the master of the grill with this DIY apron fit for a *king.* To pull off this project, you’ll need to print out the free template and iron it onto an apron. For a less dingy and more refined look, iron the design longer than a few minutes to allow for it to completely transfer onto the apron. (via Minted Strawberry / Live Craft Love)


11. Father’s Day Tags: Make sure the gift wrap on your Father’s Day present is on point with these printable Father’s Day tags. They’re customizable, which means these convenient tags will fit to whatever gift you have in store for Dad. (via Proper)


12. Moon Pie Cheeseburgers: If your dad loves moon pies, he’s sure to dig these faux cheeseburgers made from them. What’s awesome is that they’ll also appeal to his love for the grill with their clever design. Just whip them up using food coloring and icing. (via A Joyful Riot)

tuxedo cups

13. DIY Tuxedo Cups: Choose from three different tuxedo cup cover designs or mix and match for the spiffiest-looking serving ware your dad has ever seen. Download and print the free template on A4 size paper stock (180-220 gsm) for the best results. (via Design Is Yay)


14. Soda Pop Neckties: For the *pop* who loves soda, make these simple soda pop neckties to embellish his favorite drinks. For a classier look, stick to decorating long-necked bottles. (via One Creative Mommy)


15. Super Dad Pop Box Set: Bring a superhero take to those pop bottles. Personalized bottles filled with his favorite snacks are fun and affordable, and are sure to make a super Father’s Day present for the dad who loves his sweets. (via Lil’ Luna)

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