Father’s Day History and Celebration
Did you know that the first Father’s Day ever was celebrated in the early 20th century? This day was coined to complement Mother’s Day and celebrate male parenting.
When is Fathers Day?
From then on, it has become a tradition to celebrate Father’s Day on 21st June, every year.
Homemade Fathers Day Gift
This year, to make sure your dad feels special on Father’s Day, we bring to you a quick craft idea which will surely surprise your father.
Make a Tie Card for Dad
What You Need
- A sheet of paper
- Markers or crayons
- Small shirt buttons
- A paper tie
How to make the Father’s Day Card
Step 1: To start making the shirt, cut the top of the card stock into an “M” shape. Fold over the M-shaped area.
Step 2: Draw a line down the center.
Step 2: Glue real buttons on the paper to the right of the line you just drew.
Step 3: Make a tie out of paper. You can decorate this tie as you like with buttons, doodles or sparkles.
Step 4: Glue the top of the tie to the card. The rest of the tie should be free to move.
Step 5: Fold down the collar flaps and glue them down. You can glue real buttons here too.
Step 6: Write a secret message to Dad on the underside of the tie.
Add a gift:
On this card, you can make a pocket with small rectangle paper and place a new handkerchief in it. Only glue three sides of the pocket so the handkerchief can slip in and out of the pocket. Your dad can use this gift and take it to office as well!
We have a huge collection of free and downloadable craft ideas for kids.