diy father’s day inspiration

DIY Father's Day Inspiration |

School’s out for summer and Father’s Day is right around the corner! Since the kids are off school and camps have yet to start, you may be looking for some activities to fill your days. Here is DIY Father’s Day Inspiration that is great for event decor, art projects for the kids, and is sure to impress dad.

The first DIY Father’s Day project looks beautiful as a table centerpiece.DIY Father's Day Inspiration - Paper Airplane Centerpiece |

What you need:

Step 1: Put tablecloth on the table.

Step 2: Place glass cube vase upside down in the center of the table.

Step 3: Put plastic can glass on top of cube vase.

Step 4: Fold paper napkins into mini paper airplanes.

Step 5: Staple the mini paper airplanes to the top of the paper straws.

Step 6: Put straws in plastic can glass and arrange.

Step 7: Scatter a few paper napkin airplanes around the centerpiece and tape a few to the edge of the glass cube vase.

Step 8: Voila!

Is your “Pop” the best ever? Make a special favor for dad like this one:DIY Father's Day Inspiration - The Best Pop Ever |

What you need:

Step 1: Place a napkin down that matches your theme.

Step 2: Fill the plastic can glass with dad’s favorite popcorn.

Step 3: Tape printable onto the plastic can glass.

Smarty Party Tip: To make dad’s favor a little bit more personal, have your kids draw a picture or write a little note that fits the theme. Example: Reasons why you are the best Pop ever: 1. You make me laugh…

If your dad enjoys golf, plan a breakfast for him on the big day with these golf ball donut hole favors that are both cute and delicious.DIY Father's Day Inspiration Par-tee Favor |

What you need:

Step 1: Place emerald green napkins down.

Step 2: Put powdered sugar donut holes into plastic can glass and place on green napkins.

Step 3: Write your dad’s favorite golf hole number onto a piece of paper and cut it out in a triangle.

Step 4: Adhere the hole number to the pick.

Step 5: Stick pick into one of the top donut holes.

Step 6: Cut the “par-tee!” printable out and adhere to the plastic can glass.

Step 7: Voila!

If your dad enjoys fishing in his free time, the next Father’s Day drink / centerpiece idea is perfect!DIY Father's Day Inspiration - Fishing Pole Straw in Drink |

What you need:

Step 1: Place cocktail napkins down.

Step 2: Cut napkin into little fish.

Step 3: Tape or glue the fish onto ribbon.

Step 4: Tie ribbon to straw.

Step 5: Put the fishing pole (straw) into the plastic can glass.

Smarty Party Tip: Pour your dad’s favorite drink into the fishing pole DIY to make it cute and functional.

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Party Seriously, Smarties!


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