Father’s Day is right around the corner and if you are looking for some creative ideas to say “Thanks Dad!” look no further. We have been pinning some awesome frugal ideas for Father’s Day…check out some of our finds…
We have loads more great Father’s Day ideas too on our Pinterest Father’s Day board…check them out!
Father’s Day Soda Bottle Covers
My husband is a Coca-Cola fan and collects all kinds of Coke stuff so when I saw this idea for little hangtag cards to put on soda bottles I knew this was a winner! This would be such a great idea if you are going to a family Father’s Day get together where there will be many dads in attendance don’t you think?
For the full instructions check out The Idea Room
Father’s Day Tie Boxes
If you dad likes a little snack while watching the big game on TV how about these adorable boxes decorated with a neck tie?
For the full instructions check out eighteen25
“Dad Rocks” Paperweight
If dad “rocks” then this is just an awesome craft project that the kids can help with to make dad a “Dad Rocks” paperweight! I think you could use this same idea to make a stepping stone for the garden too!
For the Full Instructions check out Preschool Crafts For Kids<
Father’s Day Remote Control Cookies
If you are a good baker/cookie decorator then then you may want to whip up dad some of these adorable Father’s Day Tie cookies. I am going to be honest here though…these look like a lot of work, but I am sure he will appreciate it!
For the full instructions check out Somewhat Simple
Father’s Day Love You To Pieces
This is such a cute and quite frugal idea too. Fill up a empty (and clean) Starbucks Frappe bottle and fill with Reese’s Pieces and then print out the cute little bottle tag and there you have an instant gift for dad!
Check out Nothing But Country for the full instructions.
Father’s Day Questionnaire
I have to say that this is my favorite idea of them all…this idea is kind of hard to see in the picture but it is this fantastic Father’s Day Questionnaire that you can make up on your home computer. Just have your child answer the questions about their dad, print it out and frame it for a memorable keepsake that captures a snapshot in time about how your child views their father. As you look back at this gift years from now you may laugh and giggle at some of the answers or be amazed and inspired.
Daffodil Design has all the details on this one.
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