It’s so hard to think of Father’s Day gifts if your hubby doesn’t play Golf, wear cuff links or a tie regularly or need a car wash kit. I found some fun and modern ideas, where else, but on Pinterest. We’re going to roll our sleeves up here at Camp Mom and try and make a few of them today! Do your kids make gifts for Father’s Day?
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What Southern Dad doesn’t love BBQ sauce. Make your own favorite recipe and copy this idea from Love+Cupcakes.
Have Mia Van Beek at Formia Design turn your child’s drawing into a titanium key chain. Since we don’t have the time to make this I’m considering getting the kids to make a Shrinky Dink, remember those?
Establish your own Super Hero Supply Company and turn Dad’s every day favorite snacks into something special. Find the instructions and printables at Alpha Mom.
Printable Father’s Day Card that can double as wall art from Etsy.
Copy this idea from Sherry at Young House Love . Cover some filing boxes, a plant pot or pen holder in cork and attach small drawings or wallet-sized photos to remind Dad of the kids while he’s toiling away at work
My hubby shares a love of superheroes with his little guys, so we love this idea from Liluna. Create a Super Dad Pop Box Set. Kroger and World Market have a great range of fun flavored soda, simply cover a six pack carrier box and print out the free printables here to decorate it!
Udaman printable chocolate wrapper from Jeanne Winters makes a regular sweet treat extra manly!
Monsterize Dad’s cell phone charger with this scarily good idea from this Alpha Mom guest post by Brenda Ponnay.