Cheap Father’s Day Ideas For Kids To Make
|May 29, 2012||Posted by thecheapskatemom under celebrate, celebrationcrafts, craftsbeauty, decorcrafts, fun, kidsandpets, kidscrafts, occasions, summer|
by Hannah Walton aka The Cheapskate Mom
Father’s day is all about Dad – make him feel special and important this Father’s Day by making a gift or memories he will cherish forever. You don’t have to break the bank to put on a spectacular Father’s Day – I searched the net, high and low, to find easy and fun gifts and ideas for Father’s Day fun with the kids. Enjoy – and thank you everyone for letting me include your great work.
For The Digital Dad
If your dad is a guy on the go – always with a smartphone in tow – then making this “iDad” card from Charlotte’s Fancy is an absolute must. Fun, funny and brilliant – everyone will love making and reading this totally awesome card. Read More…
For The Sweet Tooth Dad
If your dad has a sweet tooth – he’s going to love this candy bar letter from Bits of Everything. Buy a bag of mini chocolate bars – then add paper, tape, ink and some good old fashioned creativity and you’ve got a recipe for a memorable and yummy father’s day card. Read More…
For The Sentimental Dad
Have your kids fill out a fun questionnaire and then frame it – the sentimental dad will absolutely love this and keep it forever. I love how modern this gift idea from Daffodil Design looks – and the addition of colorful flags makes it very hip too! Someday when your kids are grown – they’ll get a kick out of reading their answers from way back when! Read More…
For The Handy Dad
This is a clock I made from a very cheap saw blade I bought at Home Depot for $5.00 or less and a clock kit from Michael’s for around $5.00. Putting it together took all of three minutes since the clock hands fit perfectly through the hole in the middle of the saw blade. It was a hit!