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Father’s Day Craft Gift Ideas
XO Marks The Spot
Print out photos of your child holding her hands up in the air. Cover with contact paper, punch a hole at the top and thread hole with yarn. More tips at cometogetherkids.com.
Sip & Stache
With a paint marker, draw mustaches on ceramic cups. Let dry four hours. Then place in oven at 375°F for 40 minutes to seal. More tips at craftsbyamanda.com.
All Tied Up
Cut a canvas-like fabric into two tie shapes, and have the kids color them with fabric markers. Thread a ribbon through a key ring and place the ends between the tie shapes. Hot-glue or sew the ties together. More tips at positivelysplendid.com.
- Kim Kuhn
Wrap the handle of a hammer with painter's tape. Leave a sliver of the handle uncovered and paint it. When it's dry, repeat a few times until hammer has the desired look
With a marker, divide a canvas into four sections. Print out four identical black-and-white photos of your child. Cut photos to separate faces and bodies. Have your child finger-paint each of the four sections of the canvas, the faces and the bodies with a different color. Glue bodies and faces onto the canvas. More tips at notsosahm.blogspot.com.
Download this free printable at duetletterpress.com and, using tempera paint, stamp it with your baby's handprint.
Stamp or draw “U Rock” on paper. Paint a face on a rock. Tape rock to paper. More tips at littlelovables.blogspot.com.
- Kim Kuhn
Write a love note and draw pictures on the side of a memo cube.