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Homemade Father's Day Gifts

Create a gift dad will enjoy and cherish.

Handprint Aprons are simple and quick to make. Have kids dip their hands in paint and let them leave their trademark.  Dad will enjoy showing off his children(s) artwork while grilling or cooking in the kitchen. Younger kids may need help dipping their hands in the paint. FamilyFun.Go.com

Skull Tie is a great gift for the edgy dad. Use a solid color tie and iron on a skull design that can be purchased at most craft stores. The tutorial suggests a specific design. However, let kids pick a different one if they desire.  Another design may be used in place of the skull as well. Favecrafts.com

Father's Day Fish Card will be a nice change from the traditional store bought ones. This project allows children to use their creativity and each one will be unique. If pattern paper is not available solid may be used instead. Crafts.Slides.Kaboose.com

Homemade Spice Mixes are sure to be enjoyed by all. Dad can get creative when preparing a grilled lunch or dinner. Make these in batches and place them in individual baggies/jars for extra ease and prolonged freshness. Mix up several different recipes and place them in a decorative box or basket.  HomeCooking.About.com

Father's Day Coupon Books make a wonderful gift. Kids are able to choose and personalize their coupons and coupon designs. Dad will enjoy things such as breakfast in bed or a day of golf. DLTK-Cards.com

Barbara Becker June 20, 2011 at 02:18 PM
Thanks so much for linking to the FaveCrafts Skull Tie project! You should also check out our Hammer Tie project: http://www.favecrafts.com/Fathers-Day/Hammer-Designed-Tie

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