12 We Love: Father’s Day DIYby Suzanne Milne on 20/06/2015
So the kids got sick, the car broke down, and Amazon says it can’t deliver til next week and it’s Father’s Day – TOMORROW! I get it. In fact, I’ve been there a few times myself… hmmmm
Challenge is, what can you do in a day… He is, after all, the best Daddy in the world, and must be celebrated big time! But time is of the essence. So what’s the alternative to giving in to plain old commercial desperation? Well, this set of a dozen design-savvy project for Father’s Day for a start.
Gleaned from 12 supremely talented design and crafting blogs and websites, every one of these ideas is fast to create, free to download, designer fabulous, and – best of all – fun to make.
So now Daddy need be none the wiser to his almost-missed-out celebration status. Go on grab your kit – that chalk, a camera, some sharpies, a printer, a computer – and get cracking. You’ve got a whole day to get your act into gear. And an added bonus is that these kids-play-too projects will ensure you not only create a memorable gift, but also have a memorable day of crafting and designing that you and your kids will remember forever.
All you need to do now is click on the image to take you to the project’s download page, or pin the image to your personal collection to save for your own Father’s Day Moodboard – all the details of the download link is stored with each image so you will have it ready for next year’s Father’s Day Action Plan.
Here’s a big high five to the 12 different blogs and sites who produced these amazing projects. I’ve just curated – these guys delivered! So we look forward to sharing more with you from these bloggers on MyLittleStyleFile (some are even taking on a role as Style Correspondent for our Secret Cities features rolling out in July… and we can’t wait to see their recommendations for family fun on their home turf).
Meanwhile, if you’re feeling inspired, take a look at our Father’s Day Inspiration Board on Pinterest; there are so many great ideas out there, you just might want to celebrate Daddy every day… Which sounds pretty appropriate to me!