6 Simple Kid Made Fathers Day Gift ideas

Jun 11, 2013

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6 Simple Kid-made Fathers Day Gift Ideas


These great posts all came from last weeks Tuesday Tots linkup
where we featured "Fine Motor Activities for Kids"




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The pride that children experience when they create their own gifts for loved ones is a special feeling. It is also great to show children that there are some things that money can't buy and that our time and effort can be worth so much more and mean so much more to the people that love us.
Here I found 6 lovely, simple gift ideas that you could use for this Father's Day or pin away for other birthday and Christmas gift ideas.



1.  Cookie Mix in a Jar from My Little Bookcase

2.  Fathers Day Frame from We Made That

3. Tacky Tie Toddler Craft from Simple. Home. Blessings.




4. Secret Message in a Bottle from Lessons Learnt Journal

5. Memory Treasure Box from What To Do With The Children

6. Craft Stick Picture Frames from Zing Zing Tree



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If you're looking for more kid-made gift ideas, our Mother's Day roundup has a number of ideas that you could easily adapt for Dad as well.
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Happy playing,
Debs :)


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4 comments:

  1. Love a kid made pressie! We love making cookies in a jar at our house. So handy to have to give as gifts, for birthday party favours or just to have on the shelf for when the unexpected guest turns up!

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    1. It's such a good idea! I think now that all gifts should come in jars. haha. Definitely will be making some of those up as gifts for Christmas. Using the Christmas coloured m'n'ms in them would work perfectly!

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  2. Great collection of ideas! I think when children make their gifts it is just that little bit more special. Thank you.

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  3. Exactly, you have right. Here you have been quote one of the latest and very effective data. This is very nice post! I will bookmark this blog. As I have share my blog about Baby books for boys. It is essential to know the character and the passions of the person before purchasing the existing because sometimes, Customised gifts to buy a existing that is more in range with something that they might like for themselves. They do not focus on the recipient's needs and wants. So, before purchasing anything do some research about the person?

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