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12 June, 2019
For Father’s Day, a homemade craft as a gift is just the grand gesture your little one may need to make a lasting memory for their dad! Here are two easy Father’s Day gift ideas that you can teach your child so that they can gift their dad this Father’s Day.

1. “I love you to the moon and back!”

No Father’s Day is complete without a wishing card! Gifting a homemade one is a wonderful way of letting someone know how much they mean to you. Here are steps for you and your child to make a greeting card for Father’s Day.

What you will need:

Step 1

Using the scissors, cut out the shapes needed for the rocket. As shown in the picture, you can use yellow paper for the rocket, orange paper for the circle windows, and triangles for the top part of the rocket. You can use white paper to make the stars.
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Step 2

Using glue, stick the body of the rocket in the middle of the black paper. Stick the red triangle on the top of the rocket and the orange triangles on the side of the rocket, as shown in the image. Stick the stars in the background.
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Step 3

Using the hole puncher, punch holes in the bottom part of the rocket. Next, the yarn has to be threaded through the holes. If your child is too small to use yarn, you can give them cut strips of orange and yellow-coloured paper.

Step 4

Using the black marker, write down your special message inside the rocket to finish off your card. You can make it creative with something like – “Dad, I love you to the moon and back!”
Once the glue dries, your card will be ready to be gifted!
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2. “One day I will follow your footsteps, dad.”

Kids often watch their parents dress up for work and imagine what it would be like to go to an office. They make up stories and play dress-up.
“A tie and boots, buttoned-up too!” Isn’t that how dads are often portrayed when dressed up for work? This Father’s Day, surprise him with a card that reminds you of him.
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What you will need:

Step 1

Take a piece of green-coloured paper, fold it in half, and cut it.
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Step 2

Using one of the cut papers, fold it in a zig-zag manner.
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Step 3

Once you have the paper folded in a zig-zag manner, fold it in half as shown in the picture below.
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Step 4

Apply glue on the fold. Cut out a thin strip of red paper and wrap the paper with glue around the centre. Once done, your bowtie will be ready.
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Step 5

Take a piece of white paper and cut a strip out of it. Fold a piece of yellow paper for the card. Glue the white strip to the middle of the yellow paper.
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Step 6

Using glue, stick the bowtie on the paper, as shown in the image below.
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Step 7

Glue the buttons along the white strip of paper.
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Step 8

To finish your card, simply open the card and write down your message!
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Which one of these two card ideas will you try?

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