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Father's Day Decorating Craft Ideas
Shirt and Tie Chair Decorations: Try taking a few of Dad's button down shirts and closing the buttons, then slipping them over the chairs at the dinner table. Now, take one tie for each chair and tie it in place at the neck! Now, everyone, including Dad will get a great laugh at this whimsical Father's Day decor!

dad;s toolbox bouquetDad's Tools Turned Centerpiece:

Use Dad's tools to decorate the dinner table. You can use green floral foam and place it down in one of Dad's tool boxes. Start arranging all of Dad's tools like wrenches, screw drivers, hammers, and more like they are flowers. Once you have Dad's tools pressed into place you can fill in around them with shredded green tissue paper, whole green tissue paper, dried moss, or even fabric bunched up.

Funny Stories For Father's Day Centerpiece:

Before, during, or after dinner, have each family member draw a card, then read it out loud. Dad or someone else should be designated to "tell the story", making it as funny as possible.

a colorful placemat or runner
3x5 cards with hints
Lengths of ribbon
small gifts for Dad
Set down the runner in the center of the table. Write up several index cards with hints, clues, or punch lines that will remind family members of funny stories involving Dad. Tie a ribbon to each card, place the cards in the center of the runner, and set each ribbon so it ends up near a place setting. Cover up the cards with some wrapped gifts for Dad as the centerpiece.
Washer, Nuts, and Bolts Napkin Rings:  
Smaller tools will make great napkin rings. Try using floral wire and a bunch of Dad's washers, nuts, and other small pieces that can be slipped on to them. Curl the floral wire around to form the napkin ring and tie it off to hold the washers, nuts, and bolts.

matchbox cars can make great party favorsMatchbox Cars Party Favors: Use a variety of small matchbox cars to decorate your Father's Day table, along with providing a nice party favor for the guests. Choose a variety of cars or find your father's dream sports car. If dad is a farmer or drives a truck you can find matching matchbox cars for that personal touch! To save money check out local garage sales before father's day.

Father's Day Gift Wrap:
Wrapping paper and a special homemade greeting card can turn even the simplest of gifts into something unique and memorable. To decorate gift wrap: Use craft paint to stamp handprints over the paper. Write "I Love You Dad" or a similar Father's Day message in various handwriting styles. Glue photocopies of favorite family pictures to a roll of plain gift wrap. Make a fun resist image by drawing on the paper with white crayon, then painting over the design with watercolors. If Dad likes cars, drip the wheels of a toy monster truck in craft paint and "drive" on the paper for a fun design.
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