Fathers Day Frame

By | May 30, 2013

Fathers Day Frame

I always find it so hard to think of stuff to make for Fathers Day, last year we made my hubby a Beer Basket.  It always seems so easy to come up with ideas for Mothers Day but for some reason I just draw a blank when it comes to my hubby.  This year however I have a few fun ideas to make for him, and this frame is only the first one!

I guess one of the reasons it is so hard to think of stuff to make him is because men just aren’t crafty (well most men anyway).  But this frame is perfect for my hubby to put in his work room or Man Cave!  I just need to figure out what picture of the girls to put in it.

My girls had fun making this, my oldest designed the frame and and put everything on it herself.  My little one painted it, well she painted most of it then my oldest fixed it (she is only two).  They both get so proud when giving gifts that they made.  My little one gave grandma her mothers day present like 10 times because she was so proud of it.  So I am sure they will be VERY excited to give this to daddy for Fathers Day.

Check out our FATHERS DAY board on Pintrest for more great ideas!


Wooden Frame (we used a 4×6 frame)
Red & Black Paint
Wooden Letter to spell DAD
Washers & Nuts
Glue Gun


 Paint the frame
 Paint the wooden Letters
 Use your glue gun to glue on the letters
Then using your glue gun glue on the washers and nuts
Dad will LOVE getting this for Fathers Day!
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  1. suzanne kay

    What a cool idea and I bet we all have these supplies lying around!! I’m so glad we found your blog!! Thanks for linking up with us at One Sharendipity Place this weekend!
    Sue @thet2women.com

  2. Susan@Organized31

    What a great idea! Your daughters look like they’re having a great time making a gift for Dad. Thanks for sharing at Inspire Us Thursday at Organized 31.

  3. Deborah L Melian

    I love the fact that this project is child-friendly. Love the fact that it is simple and easy to do. Great job!-Deb (www.dialmformoms.com)

  4. Claire @ A Little Claireification

    So cute and fun for kids to make! Thanks for linking up at my “Best Of The Weekend” party – I am featuring this in my round up later today. :) Hope to see you back at the next party!
    xoxo – Claire

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