Father’s day gift idea for preschoolers

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on May 19, 2011

in Father's Day, Holiday Ideas

Last year, the children at preschool made this cute little Father’s Day gift.  I want to say, before you read on, that I know the spelling of “Duct Tape” is incorrect on the gifts but for some reason, it wasn’t noticed until after the projects were all done! LOL!

I still thought it was such a cute idea to share anyway – only you might want to correct the spelling:) …

To make this you need a picture frame, duct tape (there all colors of duct tape out there now) and a piece of paper with the words “Duct tape and dad keep this family together.”

Simply cover the frame with duct tape, and add a duct tape “X” in the center of the paper…

I think this is super cute!

Here are a few more Father’s Day links you can check out…

Father’s Day Gift Ideas from Family Frugal Blog

Manly Decoupage from No Time for Flashcards

Craft Stick Photo from Impress Your Kids

Father’s Day Hand and Footprint gift ideas for dad from Handprint and Footprint Art

Father’s Day Tie from I Love Naptime

Kid’s Bolo Tie for Dads From Almost Unschoolers

Ten Ideas for Father’s Day from Memetales

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