Hello! I hope you are having enjoyable weather this week. We finally are, and it’s put me in the mood for all kinds of projects. One of them is thinking about getting something started for Father’s Day. We had a mini Father’s Day when my parents were here last month, but we will celebrate again this month for Phil. There were so many great Father’s Day ideas shared last week that I just couldn’t resist sharing them with you this week so that you’ll have time to choose your own favourites to try.
I’d love to hear what you’re doing this year for Father’s Day…I’m still looking for ideas myself!
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Father’s Day Ideas
Stella 123 has 10 ideas to share for things to do with Dad on Father’s Day. Most are easy and cost little to no money!
P is for Preschool is sharing 7 cute and adorable ways to show Dad you care.
You can’t get past a Father’s Day without making a card! Here are 15 homemade card ideas There’s Just One Mommy to get you started.
My Bright Firefly has an origami tutorial to make this cute frog on a lily pad for Dad.
Little Fingers Big Art shows you how to make a fun Father’s Day card full of love.
Jewelry Making Journal has the low-down on how to create a beautiful mixed metal industrial pendant.
What I Live For shows how they use their road T-shirt with Dad.
Crafty Journal links through to over 300 DIY Father’s Day Gifts.
Have a browse through the stacks
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