Father’s Day Gift Ideas

Looking for some Father’s Day gift ideas?!

The girls and I are working on their stuff today, so I thought I’d share some fun ideas.

Here’s what we did for their daddy last year:

Make a "we" sign and a heart, and snap your pictures! We used a rolling pin to complete the "A" in DAD. You could assemble the photos in any photo software - you just need something you can use to put the white outlines on - Picasa would work great, and it's free from Google!

Make a “we” sign and a heart, and snap your pictures! We used a rolling pin to complete the “A” in DAD. You could assemble the photos in any photo software – you just need something you can use to put the white outlines on – Picasa would work great, and it’s free from Google!

 

We made this as a birthday gift for one of their grandpa’s, but it could also make a great Father’s Day gift:

I printed the bubbles and words onto black construction paper, cut them out and traced with a white crayon. Again, you could make this layout in Picasa, or any other photo software.

I printed the bubbles and words onto black construction paper, cut them out and traced with a white crayon. Again, you could make this layout in Picasa, or any other photo software.

 

gramps we love you

Here’s the image for Grandpa’s if you’d like to use it.

 

daddy we love you

And here’s the one for dads!

 

Here are some of my favorite ideas for this year from other bloggers:

this is AWESOME, and it's free!

this is AWESOME, and it’s free!!

 

If you didn't want to hassle with a book, I really like this cute and simple one too!

If you didn’t want to hassle with a book, I really like this cute and simple questionnaire for the kids to fill out. I love that it has a space for them to draw a picture too 🙂

 

keychain

I love this keychain idea…she uses paint samples for the cards – cute!

 

If you're feeling really adventurous, you could try tackling this one - I think this is SO cute.

If you’re feeling really adventurous, you could try tackling this one. If you look closely, there are little lines attaching the centers of the e, d’s and a to the poster. She used an exacto to cut the letters out of cardboard. If you use stencil letters, you wouldn’t have to worry about the centers of the letters. And if you have an electronic cutter, you could use a stencil font, and not hassle with the cutting part at all! Then, have your kiddos stand in front of the sun (right at noon), and hold their signs upside down and backwards. SO cute!!

 

And for grandpa (or dad) :)

And here’s one more questionnaire for grandpa (or dad). I guess these are my favorite thing this year!! 🙂

 

Hugs ~ Sara 🙂

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