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Posts tagged ‘Father’s Day’

Father’s Day Goody Box and Treats

Can’t think of what to get or make Dad for Father’s Day? How about a themed box of treats, or replace the goodies with any small gifts. I used fabric with an “outdoorsy” theme to cover  this box, but there are also lots of different, typical, Dad-themed fabrics and gifts wraps which could also be used.

By: Colleen Seto Read more

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Father’s Day Redux

Father’s Day is approaching! Sometimes it’s really difficult to think of a gift for Dad that hasn’t been done before. If you’re tired of giving the same old Old Spice and moustache wax, here are some wonderful gifts you (and the kids) can make yourself. Read more

Father’s Day Tie Shirts

This is a project that I worked on last year, that I thought would be great to share before Father’s Day arrived again this year. I had been seeing these little tie shirts pop up everywhere on Pinterest, and Facebook; usually on baby onesies, but I thought the idea was very applicable to any size kid’s shirt. Also, very applicable to Father’s Day. I couldn’t resist making them for my kids (and their daddy).

By: Mandia Read more

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