Giving your dad a tie for Father’s Day is a pretty typical gift, isn’t it? But thanks to tie-loving celebrities and subscription services like The Tie Bar, ties are once again a welcomed gift by dads of all ages. If there’s a dad who loves receiving a new tie for a holiday or special occasion, why not make a tie-themed gift for Father’s Day? This week’s roundup has a few ideas to get your children started.
Not only is this tie DIY a cute printable, it’s a gift that can be worn! Created by Kiki and Company for The Crafting Chicks, your child can fill out some silly questions about their dad that are guaranteed to make everyone smile – and probably laugh.
Making breakfast for dad to start Father’s Day? There’s a tie DIY for that! Hazelfly offers a combo printable: a string of tie bunting, perfect for a tall stack of pancakes, as well as a matching greeting card.
For the dad who has a bit of a sweet tooth, Bits of Everything is here to help. Sneak a favorite candy bar into this cute card decorated by your child.
Sometimes a Father’s Day gift is as simple as something made from the heart, as shown here by Meet the Dubiens. A simple outline of a tie is the perfect foundation for a younger crafter to decorate and share with dad.