Cut out a green dinosaur with construction paper, then paint your little one’s hands to make the spikes! Add two googly eyes and write “You are RoarSome Daddy” What a great Father’s Day keepsake! Credit to Becky Lee Make sure to follow Crafty Morning on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram or subscribe to our Weekly Newsletter! …
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we made these... FATHER'S DAY TIES... using a simple tie template from Pinterest print out on white or coloured card (you could add your own wording) or just cut out your own tie shape. Decorate with stickers and jewels. Attach a length of thin elastic cord onto the back of the tie at the top to form a neck loop. It's safer to cellotape both ends onto the back, don't tie elastic ends together as could be choking hazard - for the kids, lol.
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From the days when the 'pots' had shape! Always washed out and kept (just in case) to do something with 'sticky back plastic' for that 'one I made earlier' programme! I rememberone particular BP make where you used the cap off your dads deodorant as a top for the yog pot, it wouldnt work now because deo caps dont have a 'lip' round to click on to the pot. you decorated it to look like a nurse and put plasters in as a first aid kit