Today’s post is a craft that I did this weekend with the children at the church I work for. I am a Children’s Ministry Coordinator and focus on children from nursery age up to 5th grade. For Father’s day I wanted to create a craft that I knew the Fathers were going to love, so I asked around and the dads I talked to said they loved getting decorative stones from their children. They are easy to do and great to put on a desk or shelf. I went to Micheals and got a pack of their median sized rocks and tissue paper squares. I knew I wasn’t going to have time to cut up squares of tissues paper so I spent the extra money on them.
Here is the sample craft that I made so that the volunteer teachers and the children would know what we were doing. I gave them tissue paper, watered downed white glue (homemade Mod Podge), and cut out cute sayings so that they could glue those on as well. I added some that were gender neutral for our children who don’t have a father in their life. They great thing about children is that they never do what is expected.
This beautiful creation was created by one of my 3 year olds. She had a great time adding more and more paper. Aren’t the textures great on this rock? She is so creative and was so excited about being able to give it to “daddy”.
This creation was made by one of our new 3rd graders. He said he wanted it to look like a frog. What a great 3-D imagination this boy has!
These were created by the rest of my grade school kids. You can tell they are still very wet. Isn’t it great that they added some cute googly eyes!
Hope you enjoyed my post. Its fun to post the crafts that children actually make rather than the crafts we hope they will make. 🙂
Hi there! This card is one that I created for my BFF Chelsea to give to her dad for Father’s Day. She thought my cards were just so cute that I wanted to send one to her that she could give away. 🙂 I also wanted to highlight a new part of the Lawn Fawn’s dad’s day set. Mustaches are so popular right now I wanted to highlight them.
Happy Monday! Today I am sharing my CAS Father’s Day cards. It really highlights the dad’s day set from Lawn Fawn. I wanted to use kraft paper to create that masculine feel.
I created the first card for Steve’s grandpa. I knew I wanted to use the gorgeous washi tape from Freckled Fawn . I makes me think of a well worn chair that my maternal grandfather would sit in, watching TV or reading with his cat and dog. He passed away this winter so this card was in memory of him and I am glad I get to share it with my new grandfather-in-law.
This last card is for my paternal grandfather. He just moved back to the same town as my parents, because of his health. It has been very nice to visit with him and get to know him better. I thought the blue, white, and kraft were a perfect combination. I got the inspiration for this card from the Lawn Fawn site: here.
Thanks for looking!
I created these cards a couple months ago knowing that I wouldn’t have much time around Father’s Day with the wedding stuff going on. They aren’t perfect, but I think the recipients will like them. Woohoo! Finally a new card post. 🙂
The first card is for my future Father In-Law. Some of my fiance’s best memories are camping with his dad. Most of the embellishments are from my stash or were purchased at Tuesday Morning (who could turn down deals like they have?). The “happy dad’s day” is from Lawn Fawn. The tree image is actually from the package that the embellishments came from. This is an innovative way to make use of all the materials available.
This card is for my dad. He loves to BBQ, and even built his own smoker. All the embellishments are from Tuesday Morning. I couldn’t say no to those bottle caps and vintage treat pendants, and, of course, how cute is that little BBQ? The washi tape and bakers twine is also from Pick You Plum.
I hope you enjoyed my Father’s Day cards. I have two more posts coming up, so stay tuned for more father’s day inspiration!