Thursday, June 13, 2013

Ready for Father's Day?

Father's Day is just around the corner and we thought these DIY these creative gifts are perfect for the man your kids call "daddy".  


Little Baseball Fan - What Dad doesn't dream of coaching his little one's baseball team one day?  This adorable keepsake holds that dream in the palm of those chubby little hands.

What you need: Baseball, black ink, black fine tip permanent marker, and your kid of course!

We are thinking the smaller the hand the cuter so grab your infant, toddler or preschooler's hand, cover it with ink and stamp away!   Add you child's name and the year or age and you have created the perfect Father's Day gift!

We couldn't find the link to the original source to this thought full gift but photo shows hannahkate design logo watermark. Thanks hannahkate design!



Back Rub Shirt - Forget those expensive massage gadgets that end up collecting dust.  This shirt does double duty by providing dad with a relaxing massage and the kids with a fun playmate.  Now that is my idea of spending quality time with the kids.

Both the The Blue Basket blog (which is the original source) and Pink and Green Mama blog have great tutorials on how to make this shirt.

The Measure of my Love - Show your dad how much you love him by making this faux tape measure craft.

Learn how to make it at www.spoonful.com.  




Shirt and Tie Card - We have Bits of Everything Blog to thank for this easy peasy idea for a DIY Father's Day Card.  Slide dad's favorite candy bar or note into it and you have a quick and easy gift!

Click here to learn how to make it?







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