Favorite Father’s Day Projects

June 11, 2014Sarah Khandjian

Make dad this sweet and savory snack mix for Father's Day. Then print out the free gift tags and tie them around a mason jar for an easy and thoughtful gift.

Since Father’s Day is this Sunday, I wanted to share some of my favorite Father’s Day projects I’ve created over the past couple of years. All of these projects include free printables or templates to help make your dad or husband’s day extra special.

This sweet and savory snack mix recipe is just too delicious. You may want to make a double batch and save some for yourself. Don’t forget to download the printable gift tags to use for this recipe or any Father’s Day gift. I love printing them on kraft cardstock for a rustic look.

Show dad how much you love him! Use the free template to create your own faux bois "We <3 Dad" banner (Includes Silhouette cutting file).

Make this faux wood banner and hang it in your home or above his desk for a cute surprise. I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the letters (the file is included) or you can cut them by hand using my template.

Make dad s'mores brownies and then wrap them up with these cute printable Father's Day gift tags.

If your dad has a sweet tooth, make him a batch of s’mores brownies and wrap them up with these printable s’more gift tags.

Wrap up treats for dad in these cute printable brown paper bags. This tutorial shows you how to make them using your home printer.

Dress up a plain brown lunch bag by running it through your home printer. This tutorial includes these Father’s Day bag designs that are perfect for stashing gifts or dad’s lunch in.

What are you making for your dad this Father’s Day?

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