Father’s Day Roundup

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By Crafts-a lot Contributor, Mable who is an avid reader of craft blogs & magazines and is always looking to improve her crafting skills. Join Mable on Facebook to socialize and share with other crafters!

We’re a week away from Father’s day! Fathers treasure homemade things too, so here are some great little add-ons to let your favorite dads know that you care…

Create personal scratch pads for Dad to keep in his wallet this Father's Day. Tutorial at ThinkCrafts.com

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The father in your life needs an easy way to jot down ideas, phone numbers, and anything else he encounters. These little scratchpads are easy to make and they will fit inside his wallet. They are perfect for personalizing for your dad’s personality!

The One Minute Father's Day Card from ThinkCrafts.com

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Did you forget the card? Don’t have time to make one? Nonsense! These cards fold up in a flash and will make Dad smile. Match the shirt and tie to his favorites and you have a personal and sentimental card!

For You, Father's Day Card from ThinkCrafts.com

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If you have a little bit of time, why not put together a card that appeals to your father’s interests? Set a scene and let your imagination run wild!

Dad's Lucky Penny Keychain Tutorial at ThinkCrafts.com

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These keychains are masculine and sentimental. With initials and birth years, Dad can always have a reminder of his children close by.

DIY Father's Day Handprint Tie. Tutorial at ThinkCrafts.com

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Have a little fun with some thrift store ties this year and add a little reminder of his children to his wardrobe.

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The name says it all! Mable Crafts-alot is an avid reader of craft blogs & magazines and has aspirations to improve her crafting skills. Mable has never met a craft she didn’t like! Mable spends her free time attending craft classes at local community centers, and even teaches a few. When she is not crafting she enjoys cooking, reading, photography and gardening. Mable loves to connect with other crafters to share project ideas, discuss craft trends and chat about favorite crafting tools and techniques. To learn more about Mable, become her friend on Facebook!

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