Time is ticking away, but you'll be covered with these four last-minute Father's Day crafts.
Piggy Bank Parties
Superheroes are a go-to theme for Father's Day crafts
and celebrations. Even if Dad didn't spend quality time in the comic book shop during his formative years, you can always amend the superhero motif to be "Super Dad." Whether you're going to serve up sweets or sandwiches tomorrow, these free printable party picks designed by Piggy Bank Parties will dress them up nicely. To download the printables, which include the aforementioned cake stakes, but also a banner and card, visit Piggy Bank Parties
. (Also, since Piggy Bank Parties is offering the printables for free, they're only asking that you "like" their facebook page
. So, do it!)
Missed the other projects in our Father's Day Crafts Countdown? Check out...
Father's Day Craft Project #3: Comic Wallet
Levi Brown, ReadyMade
A spare page from a comic book becomes a super wallet with just a few folds.
Father's Day Crafts Project #2: Button-Down Gift Bags
Need a gift bag or box? I always forget to buy those things too. No worries, these fun button-down gift bags are easy to DIY thanks to a free template.
Father's Day Crafts Project #1: Collared Shirt Napkin Fold
And finally, a plate-topping surprise folded from a napkin. (How fun would this be with a hawaiian-print fabric?)
If you're still going to make a last-minute dash to the store, I highly recommend watching this video on how embracing your Dad's quirks is the secret to good gift giving:
Father's Day Gift Guide: Celebrate Your Dad's Quirks
And for a slightly more advanced Father's Day craft, check this out...