Forgot a Father's Day gift? We've got you covered with these last-minute holiday crafts.
Yes, you still have time to whip up a few Father’s Day crafts. From free printable cards to a fab recipe for retro desserts, these holiday DIYs will solve the problem of every procrastinator. Don’t believe us? Then check out the above printable party suite from Piggy Bank Parties. You’ll get a free card, banner and dessert flags, all in a fun superhero motif.
Check out the free printable superhero party decorations at Piggy Bank Parties.
Whether you want to send this vintage-inspired card via email or go the print-and-give method, you’ll happily spare yourself the crowded aisles (and spare pickings) at the drugstore.
Get the free printable vintage card over at Sassaby.
Despite feeling slightly silly when saying the name, Ho-Hos are delicious. Even better when you can go the homemade route with this recipe from Living Locurto. Plus, there’s a free printable wrapper customized for dad.
Get the Ho-Hos recipe and printable dessert wrappers at Living Locurto.
This sweet eyechart-inspired poster makes a great gift for Dad any time of the year. We think you can borrow the design for a cute card by using alphabet stamps or stencils.
To see the poster, visit Princess and the Peas.
Of course, you don’t necessarily have to make your own batch of granola in order to gift it. Just add in a few cashews (everyone loves those) and then one of these free custom labels.
To get the free printable granola labels, visit Second Sister.
Dad at the dinner table with a napkin cleverly folded in the shape of a collared shirt. We promise it’s easier than you might think! For an extra-fun touch, use a Hawaiian-inspired print napkin or fabric.
For the shirt napkin tutorial, visit How About Orange.
For those who forgot a gift, there's always the "I would have got you something, but you know yourself better" approach. And for many dads, that's just fine. These printables are just $1 and give you a chance to let the old man know what you love about him. Check them out at HRizer Designs.
Decorate Dad’s wall with a saintly image inspired by Ghostbusters. With the new version of the movie coming out, he can always be reminded of the movie that is so heavenly.
To see the Ghostbusters paintings, visit Etsy.
If you’ve made batches of soap in the past, this recipe won’t phase you. And the benefit of beer soap, besides the novelty factor, is that the formulation leads to better suds.
For a beer soap recipe, visit Soap Recipes 101.
Image credits (from top to bottom): PiggyBankParties.com, flickr.com/digitalbotanicals, livinglocurto.com, princessandthepeas.com, flickr.com/secondsister, HowAboutOrange.blogspot.com, sparrownestscript.etsy.com, missusdpaperie.blogspot.com, randomlygenerated.etsy.com and flickr.com/lilybaysoap