Father’s Day: Dad’s #1 Fan

Father’s Day is a great day to show Dad how much we love and appreciate him. Sometimes we forget to remind the people closest to us how important they are to us. Thats why days like Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, Grandparent’s Day, and Valentine’s Day exist. We live in such a fast paced, busy world that we don’t even take the time to call people, it is just so much simpler to send a text. We don’t read books we read blogs (by the way we do appreciate that we just also really like people to read books!) and we eat fast food because it is simpler and faster than cooking at home when we are on the run. So it isn’t surprising that we need days like Father’s Day to remind us to stop and show our love and affection for the people in our lives that mean the most to us.

Dad’s are great. They do the heavy lifting. Like when we fall asleep on the couch, but wake up in bed. Yep, that is usually Dad. When we want to learn how to build something with our own hands, it’s usually Dad that takes us out to the hardware store and is excited to share his wisdom. Dad are great for so many things, so it is important to show him that we love him as much as he loves us, because we do after all. Even if we don’t always say it.

This year for Father’s Day we need to get old fashioned and make Dad something special from the heart. That is just from us. No help from Mom, because that is the best way to show Dad that we really care.

We have found an excellent craft that is perfect for Dad without any real help from Mom. Thanks to Michelle at Crafty Morning we have a gift that will totally score points with Dad. This #1 Fan craft is great, it is fun, simple, and totally about Dad. You can add Dad’s favorite team to the picture and you can write Dad a special message just from you. Michelle at Crafty Morning loves to craft, and her crafts are filled with heart. Which is exactly what a craft for our Dad on Father’s Day should be filled with.

Father's Day

What You Will Need: 

  • Paper
  • Brown Paint
  • White Paint
  • Paint brush
  • One hand (you do need two but just one will get really dirty)
  • One marker or pen

Now just head on over to Crafty Morning for a very easy-to-follow tutorial with pictures. Then get your craft going and you can surprise Dad with a very cool Father’s Day gift.

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