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DIY Father’s Day Paper Crafts

Nothing says “I love you” like a handmade gift. Help your little ones craft an adorable suit-themed card and gift bag for your hubby this Father’s Day. He’s sure to think these DIYs are tie-rrific!

DIY Father’s Day Gift Bag

Supplies

  • 1 piece of construction paper (for the “shirt”)
  • Glue stick
  • Ruler
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • 1 piece of scrapbook paper (for the “tie”)
  • 1 set of buttons

Directions

  1. Fold construction paper to the middle and glue the ends together.

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    Image Source: Babble
  2. Measure 3 1/2 inches and fold the bottom up. Open the folded bottom and flatten.
  3. Make the edges meet and glue them down. Then fold the sides.
  4. Open the bag and invert the folds. Then fold the top over.
  5. Measure halfway down and halfway across the top of the bag. Connect the corners and cut out the collar.

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    Image Source: Babble
  6. With the scrapbook paper, measure an 8 x 2″ rectangle and cut it out. Then trace the shape of a tie and cut it out.
  7. Make a 1 x 1″ square and cut out the tie knot.
  8. Glue the tie and knot together, then glue the tie to the bag.
  9. Glue on the buttons.

DIY Father’s Day Card

Supplies

  • 2 pieces of scrapbook paper (one “shirt” pattern and one “tie” pattern)
  • Ruler
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • 1 set of buttons

Directions

  1. Measure a 6″ square on the “shirt” scrapbook paper and cut it out.
  2. Measure 1 1/2 inches from the top and mark with 2″ lines on either side.

    Image Source: Babble
    Image Source: Babble
  3. Cut along the lines and fold the collar. Cut back the collar and glue it down.
  4. Make a 4 x 2″ rectangle on your “tie” construction paper, and cut it out. Then trace and cut the tie shape.

    Image Source: Babble
    Image Source: Babble
  5. Now measure a 1 1/8 x 3/4″ rectangle on the “tie” construction paper, and cut out the tie knot.
  6. Glue the tie and knot together, then glue the tie on the card.
  7. Glue on the buttons.
Image Source: Babble
Image Source: Babble
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