It’s never too early to start thinking about an upcoming holiday like Father’s day for example. It’ll be here before you know it, so you might as well be prepared. Make some fun crafts with your kids to give for Father’s day. Father’s day gifts are great when they are homemade. Daddy’s always love watching their kids grow up so of course he’ll love something made from the heart. Here you can find a fun and easy Father’s day gift that he’ll cherish forever.
The word gift usually means something that he doesn’t know about, something that he has to unwrap and be surprised about, but not with this craft. What a great gift for Father’s day then to do some crafting with your kids and make portraits. This is really neat because it’s so different, you can draw your portraits of each other on your sliding glass door or a lower window in the house. One person needs to be inside while the other on the outside.
With Dad on the outside, it’s the child’s time to draw his face by tracing it with a fun Crayola washable marker. This allows the child to use a little bit of creativity while working on their drawing and tracing skills. They can draw the nose, the eyes, the lips and mouth, maybe even some teeth if Dad has a big smile on his face. You can end up with the silliest portraits by using crazy colors. Make the lips purple or draw the hair green. It’s a great time for everyone.
If you don’t want to use a window in the house you can buy a clear washboard so that when it’s done you can put it in a frame and hang it up. This truly is a great craft for a Father’s Day gift.