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Monday, June 2, 2014

#DIY Father's Day Gift Idea and Free Printable

Father's Day is just around the corner and that means you need to start deciding on how you are going to celebrate the Dad in your life.  We have a tradition in our home that when Jeremy goes to pick up Jude and Teagan from my parents house they get a special treat from Jeremy.  A fishy!  Both Jude and Teagan LOVE Swedish Fish and so does Jeremy.  I started thinking about how I could make the Swedish Fish into a fun Father's Day gift for Jeremy.  

This idea is perfect for the candy lover in your life but also any Fishing fans.  Jeremy is a big fisherman as well so this is gift is perfect!!

#DIY Father's Day Gift Idea and Free Printable.  What a Catch Father's Day gift.  DIY gifts for dad.

What a Catch!  Father's Day Gift

Items needed:
Swedish Fish - I used about 4 boxes
Craft "paint" can (find these at Michaels or Hobby Lobby)
Free "What a Catch" Printable
Tissue Paper or paper strips

#DIY Father's Day Gift Idea and Free Printable.  What a Catch Father's Day gift.  DIY gifts for dad.

1.  Print off the free printable.  Tape the printable to the paint can.

2.  Place the Paper Strips or Tissue Paper on the bottom of the can.  Helps the can look fuller.

3.  Empty the Swedish Fish into the Paint Can. Seal and you ready for Father's Day!

#DIY Father's Day Gift Idea and Free Printable.  What a Catch Father's Day gift.  DIY gifts for dad.

Isn't this the cutest!!  I love how cute this came out and I am pretty sure Jeremy will love having this Paint Can full of his favorite candy on his desk at work.  

#DIY Father's Day Gift Idea and Free Printable.  What a Catch Father's Day gift.  DIY gifts for dad.

Make sure you use this Free Printable for your What a Catch Father's Day Gift Idea!  

#DIY Father's Day Gift Idea and Free Printable.  What a Catch Father's Day gift.  DIY gifts for dad.



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9 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing! Saved the printable, crossing my fingers that I can find the bucket. If not, I'll improvise :) ~Stacy

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  2. I love love love this idea!! TOO cute and totally doing this!!

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  3. I totally love this!! thanks for sharing.. My little ones will have so much fun doing this with daddy!

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  4. This is great! and we were still in need of an idea for a father's day gift!! THANK YOU!

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  5. Such a great idea! Love the "what a catch". Perfect gift to give to your husband.

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  6. Why buy anything for Father's Day?
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    In the current economy, with so many out of work, or not working full time, children, even adult children, are left wondering what to get dad for Fathers Day, or his birthday. Do you buy him a flowers ad tie, get him a nice card, take him out to, or fix him, a nice dinner, etc.? Mothers can be so much easier to get a gift for, but fathers are a more complicated species which is not often understood, so deciding on a gift can get complicated. http://www.blossomsquare.com

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  7. Those are all very cute & neat! I love to do gift baskets! A great grandma one (since they have everything) is "Glad Tidings of Great Joy!"

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  8. Aww this is so cute! What a great idea for Father's day!

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  9. I had already pinned this before I saw your post on the SITS girls FB group page! I love this idea!

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