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Last Minute Father’s Day Projects

Still looking for an easy Father’s Day project?  I’m over at momtastic sharing five sweet and simple ideas.  Also, click through here for some more easy (and free!) last minute DIYs.

I spotted this quote book tutorial at Kinderpendent.  Filling one of these books every year with some memorable and dad-centric quotes would be a lovely tradition.

Found via How About Orange, this huge collection of free printables will turn Father’s Day into a real party.

Also check out these free printables for hand-colored Father’s Day cards at Swoon (via ohdeedoh).

Finally, if you’re trying to decide between giving dad a picture of the kids or a picture made by them – why not do both?  See a nice execution of the idea here.

Similar Stuff:
Father’s Day Gift Guide: Save vs. Splurge
A “Manly” Photo Project for Father’s Day
Father’s Day Idea: Help Dad Create Great Memories

 

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