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Father's Day Gifts

Gifts to Make For Dad

Fill a jar with Hersheys Hugs and Kisses.
Take one pair of new sports socks and one pair of gloves
(gardening gloves, work gloves, etc.)
Tack the socks together toe to toe.
This makes a pair of arms.
Tack one glove to the the open end of each of the socks.
Now you have arms and hands.
Wrap the arms and hands around the jar a couple of times,
crossing the hands at the front and tack together.
Attach this poem:

If all these Kisses aren't enough,
There's two hands to help with garden stuff.
If all these hugs don't work their charm,
There's two arms to help keep you warm.
If this gift doesn't show how much we care,
We have REAL hugs & kisses to share!

Dad's Pad Holder

Make a note pad holder with your Dad's favorite hobby - of course, you can use this for other people, too, using their favorite hobby!


Father's Day Wall Hanging

Before you begin make sure the necktie is tied as is would be when your dad wears it, because you hang it from the hole in which the neck is supposed to be.


Handprint Poem

This is a gift for an adult to make with a young child. It's a poem with a handprint and an optional photo of the baby/preschooler.


Pen Holder Collage

Make a pen holder featuring someone's favorite things - any hobby or interest can be used, you just need pictures of the thing you want to put on it!


Poems for Dad

Your father would love an original poem for Father's Day! There are many different kinds of poetry that you could write. Two kinds that are easy and that most kids like to write are Haiku and limericks.


Pop-sicle Stick Picture Frame

Make a picture frame for someone, decorating it with their favorite things, and include a photo of you!


Tie Card

Make this card that looks like a shirt and tie - with a special message hidden under the tie!

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