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DIY Father's Day Banner and Card. This card is easy to make by kids for Father's day gift that would double as decor for Father's Day. Learn the tutorial here.

50 DIY Father’s Day Gift Ideas and Tutorials

DIY Father's Day Banner and Card. This card is easy to make by kids for Father's day gift that would double as decor for Father's Day. Learn the tutorial here.

Father's Day treat jar + free printable. Fill with HUGS and KISSES candy! #fathersday #printable   {mysisterssuitcase.blogspot.com}

Father's Day treat jar + free printable. Fill with HUGS and KISSES candy! #fathersday #printable {mysisterssuitcase.blogspot.com}

Share Our Garden!: Darling Hoot-Owls     You Will Need: (for each owl) (1) cardboard toilet paper roll scotch tape cupcake liners glue card stock or heavy colored paper marker Instructions: Trim an inch from one end of the toilet tissue tube. Fold in the top and secure it with tape. Cut a cupcake liner into quarters then trim away the flat sections leaving just the ruffles. Use glue to attach overlapping ruffled pieces to the tube.

Share Our Garden!: Darling Hoot-Owls You Will Need: (for each owl) (1) cardboard toilet paper roll scotch tape cupcake liners glue card stock or heavy colored paper marker Instructions: Trim an inch from one end of the toilet tissue tube. Fold in the top and secure it with tape. Cut a cupcake liner into quarters then trim away the flat sections leaving just the ruffles. Use glue to attach overlapping ruffled pieces to the tube.

I had heard about putting your children's footprints on a piece of paper, adding a poem and framing it. But, I thought, "Why not do all of that on burlap instead?" So we did!  Did you know that if you use spray adhesive to attach a piece of burlap to computer paper, you can run it through your printer??? Awesome! That is how we got the poem on. Then, we used black paint to do our kids' footprints.

I had heard about putting your children's footprints on a piece of paper, adding a poem and framing it. But, I thought, "Why not do all of that on burlap instead?" So we did! Did you know that if you use spray adhesive to attach a piece of burlap to computer paper, you can run it through your printer??? Awesome! That is how we got the poem on. Then, we used black paint to do our kids' footprints.