Father’s Day Round-Up
I don’t know if you’ve noticed but I have been BUSY lately! It’s really an answer to prayers so I am not complaining at all. I’ve got my newish job plugging away at the Stationery Company and then I’ve partnered with metta prints making big cardboard things and I’m also now making weekly printables for Alphamom!
So I thought I’d just do a quick round up of all the father’s day posts I’ve been writing lately.
We made some printable tattoos. They turned out super cute. It was a real scramble to find a Dad willing to let me photograph him but thankfully one of Bug’s classmates came through at the eleventh hour. Seriously, we took these photos five minutes before the bell rang at school drop off the morning my post was due. Cah-razy! Good thing those two were photogenic!
We also made some cube cars—a variation on the Daddy Cam
I like this craft because we got to use spray paint. I know spray paint is not really the safest art supply but I like to go rogue once in a while.
I also whipped out a quick colorable card for Dad. That’s always handy for the last minute gift. And if you like that one you might like this one too made by my co-contributing writer, Lindsay Boardman. She always has the best crafts and sometimes we even think alike!
And last but not least I made a quick how-to-tie-a-tie printable in case Dads or Grads needed a little extra help. I know I did. I thought you’d appreciate that the tie I used to photograph the printable was my dad’s from 1972! It was the only tie I had! I think it turned out cute. I’m so thankful that my Dad gave it to me a few years ago. I don’t care how out of style it might be, it will always be special to me.