DIY Father's Day Cards With Tie Tack
Our playgroup did this for Father's Day and all the mom's thought it was really cute. The reccommended age is 5 & up, but all of our kids were 3 and under. I think if you let the kids decorate the card, and then put the pin on for them, that's fine. We were not sure how to fold the card (no instructions), but we figured it out.
June 17, 2011
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Cute card, easy to decorate BUT there was a stamp imprinted with oriental.com at the top where you would write a message on the inside of the card. Not sure who designed that, but it made it impossible to use as a card. Loved the front, however & the kids made cute shirt fronts for their dads.
June 15, 2012
Great for kids!
Our church nursery has children of all ages [2-9]. I could prepare the card ahead of time for the little ones with them applying stickers while the older ones could color them for themselves. Easy to work with but some of the "tie tacks" did not work. Some Dads received as many as three "shirts"!
Con: the shipping and handling was as much as the cards.
June 20, 2011
It would have been nice to have a finished product picture to hand out to the classrooms. maybe more than just one idea and some decorations.
June 1, 2010
Awesome Fathers Day Gift!
This was very cute and easy for my daycare kids to do for their fathers. I took pictures of them and glued them inside the card.
June 18, 2009
This is a great easy craft for kids to make for Father's Day.
June 2, 2009