Crafty gift ideas for Dad
Create a personalised questionnaire for Dad. Your child can come up with the questions and the answers (which can often be hilarious) and write them, or you could type/write for them. Frame it, and you've got a very cute gift!
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This is great way to use some of your child's artwork. Print out the word Daddy/Dad on paper, then trace around it onto some heavy paper, or thin cardboard. Cut out each letter with a craft knife (pivoting the cardboard or paper rather than turning the knife helps to get sharper corners). Cut out sections of your child's artworks and tape them behind each letter, so the art and colours show through the letters.
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Help your child to think up ten things s/he could do for Dad, for example, help with one carwash, two back scratches, breakfast in bed, five free hugs + kisses... Create a token template and print out however many you need. Then write what each token is good for (make sure your child signs them!) and cut them out. Find a jar or tin that your child can decorate, glue one token on the lid, and pop the tokens inside.
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Make Dad a 'World's Greatest Dad' medal that he can wear with pride! Salt dough is the way to go, and you'll need some gold paint and a ribbon. Here's the How To!