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My husband is the best father is the world. I may be a little bias but it’s the truth. He would do anything for our boys and proves it over and over again with his dedication to our family. He’s the fun one so the kids absolutely adore him and so do I!
Most Father’s Days we usually go out to eat or he pre-picks a gift he would like. He often misses out on all the cute school gifts the kids tend to make for Mother’s Day because school is out of session for his holiday. So this year I decided a cute handprint craft was due.
DIY Father’s Day Handprint Craft
- picture frame
- paint brush
- cardstock, scrapbook paper, or regular paper
Paint your child or children’s hands with paint and firmly press painted side on a piece of paper. I chose the color theme and frame style based on the room the frame was going in. In the case, it was my husband’s office and I knew it would be placed on a shelf rather than hung on a wall.
This glitter vinyl measures 12 inches x 12 inches and comes in a package of 20 sheets. There are 17 different colors to choose from. I used the color named “silver” to match some other accents I plan on having in this room. I love that this vinyl gives sparkle without looking like you bathed in glitter. Each sheet is completely smooth yet completely sparkly. It’s every girl’s dream.
This vinyl was easy to weed and attach to transfer paper. We noticed it is much stickier than other vinyl sheets or rolls. We have complete faith that this decal isn’t going anywhere! I love the way the finished product turned out. It will be a Father’s Day to remember!!
What is the best Father’s Day gift you’ve ever given?
Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.