4 Free Fathers Day Crafts
These four Free Fathers Day Crafts are fun and easy to make. Try your hand at this quick T-shirt and shorts, fathers day scoop, seed and bead craft and a poem. The seed and bead craft is more for older children.
Seed and Bead Craft
- Fishing line
- A stick
- Small screws
- Snip seven strands of fishing line, each one meter 1ong.
- Screw seven hooks evenly onto the stick.
- Attach the fishing line and tie secure knots.
- String the seeds and beads in a creative manner onto the fishing line. (remember to tie knots)
- Lastly, join the stick and fishing line together.
- This is the perfect gift for anyone interested in the outdoors, nature or decorative ornaments. You can also create different theme chimes to suit the receiver’s style.
- T-shirt in dad's size
- Shallow dish
- Fabric paint (different colors)
- Fill shallow dish with fabric paint and then allow each child to step in paint and then step on the T-shirt.
- Once the shirt dries, use a fabric paint pen to write "My kids walk all over me."
- Boxer shorts in dad's size
- Shallow dish
- Fabric paint
- Fill shallow dish with fabric paint and then allow each child to dip their hands in the paint.
- Then place their hands where the hips are on the shorts.
- Once the shorts dries, use a fabric paint pen to write ""I'm a hip dad" on the backside of the shorts.
Father's Day Scoop - Free Fathers Day Crafts
- Laundry Scoop
- Hugs and Kisses Candy
- Clear or Colored Plastic Wrap
- Fill the Laundry scoop with candy hugs and kisses.
- Cut a large piece of plastic wrap.
- Set the scoop in the middle of the plastic wrap.
- Fold the plastic wrap over so the two ends meet at the scoop handle.
- Pull the plastic wrap tightly around the scoop and gather around the handle.
- Tie a ribbon around the handle to hold the plastic wrap in place.
- Tie a note onto the scoop that says "A scoop of Hugs and Kisses for you".
Father's Day Poem - Free Fathers Day Crafts
- Paper (scratch paper and something nice to put the poem on)
- Crayons or markers to decorate it
- A Haiku is a form of poetry adapted from a type of traditional Japanese poetry.
- The traditional form of the Haiku had three basic rules.
- The first rule is that the first and third lines have five syllables (parts of words that "make your chin drop" when you say them) and the second line has seven syllables.
- The second rule is that the poem should in some way tell about the season in which the poem takes place.
- It doesn't have to come out and say the season; it can just hint at it.
- The third rule is that either the first or second line should have a "pause" placed there to cause the reader to stop and think for a moment about the subject.
- What follows are two different ideas, one about fishing and one about a father.
- Try writing one for your dad --- he'll love it!
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