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Give a DIY Gift this Father’s Day
Find 10 Father’s Day craft projects from bloggers in this new eBook, available for free download at FaveCrafts.com.
Father’s Day is an important opportunity to celebrate fatherhood, show appreciation to fathers and commemorate fathers and forefathers who have passed away. Father’s Day commonly involves the giving of gifts to fathers. Unfortunately, nearly half of fathers surveyed in a recent telephone survey only pretended to like a Father’s Day gift. According to the survey conducted by Wakefield Research on behalf of Western Union, the most common Father’s day gifts are ties, cologne, books and golf balls. Purchasing one of these items is not likely to impress Dad.
Americans celebrating Father’s Day can find better success with heartfelt, homemade presents. The Father’s Day Crafts: Blogger Edition 2010 eBook includes 10 different homemade gift ideas from 10 different craft bloggers. Projects include simple sewing, like the Stitched Leather Keychain (pg.6) and thrifty crafts using household materials like the Upcycled Back Scratcher (pg.14). Gift-givers can save money and find the perfect project for any skill level in the eBook.
FaveCrafts.com regularly compiles free craft eBooks with the contributions of talented craft bloggers, including yearly “Blogger Editions” for all major holidays and gift-giving occasions. Contributors to the eBook are credited within the eBook and in a special “round-up” blog post linking to all participating blogs. Craft bloggers and general crafters can become Featured Designers at FaveCrafts, with their own profile page, by contributing two or more craft projects to the website.
The Father’s Day Crafts: Blogger Edition 2010 can be downloaded for FREE at http://www.favecrafts.com/Fathers-Day/Fathers-Day-Crafts-Blogger-Edition-2010-eBook. Website visitors can also select “Father’s Day” on the FaveCrafts homepage to find the eBook.
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