Tag: Father’s Day

A Unique, Sustainable Father’s Day Gift {and giveaway}

**Disclosure: I received a Jord watch to review and keep. The opinions (and photos) in the post, below, are my own. I struggle every year with what to get my husband for Father’s Day. Usually, I end up having the kids help me make him […]

DIY: Father’s Day Handprint T-Shirt

(This post was originally published on June 14, 2012) Every year for Father’s Day, I help the kids make a hand print craft… something that marks the passage of time and shows us how small they were and how big they’ve become.  One of my favorite crafts […]

Getting Ready for Father’s Day {Part 1}

If you’re like me, you’re a procrastinator and you’re not ready for Father’s Day yet (even though it’s this weekend).  If you’re not like me then you are WAY ahead of the game and even looking forward to next year (good for you).

Either way, I thought a week of Father’s Day DIYs and gift ideas would be helpful.  On top of some suggestions, there will be some great giveaways, as well.  You know, in case you want to hook Daddy-O up with some great stuff (or hook yourself up for being so great to dear old dad).

Every year we give Dad a gift with the kids’ hand prints on it.  So expect more “hand” crafts than purchasable gifts.

Today, I though it would be great if we revisited a recycled DIY craft that would be great for a dad with an office.  Click the link below for the how-to.

 Make a pen holder out of an icing container: From Icing to Organization

I have this project shown with scrapbooking paper.  But it would be just as great with a solid color paper with your children’s handprints on it.

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