Holiday And Seasonal Crafts/02-07

Father's Day

Pencil Holder:  Twig pencil holder

Cut enough twigs to go around the can you want to cover. Glue the
twigs all the way around the can and then wrap raffia or twine around
the top and bottom. End with a knot or a bow.



Cut a frame out of cardboard. Decorate in any of the
following ways: cover with paint or decorative paper. Attach with
glue any of the following: paper shapes, foam shapes, colored
macaroni, buttons, or any other small items that can be glued onto the
frame. Put a picture of the boy into the frame.




door hanger  Hanger:  WGD lives here

Cut the pattern piece from craft foam. Trim
copies of “Worlds Greatest Dad” and Glue them onto the Door
Hanger. Decorate the same as you would the frames


Tie Tacks:

There are thousands of ideas for
neckerchief slides. Many of them could be adapted to use
as tie tacks for the boy's fathers. Make the tie tacks a bit
smaller and instead of putting a loop on the back glue a tie
tack back from the craft store. (If the tie tack is long or
unbalanced try gluing two tie tacks onto the back.)

References / Source:
Great Salt Lake Council

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