40/50/60+ birthday gag gift. Full with: Marbles-"for when you loose yours" Halloween or gummy teeth- "for when you loose your" Balloons- "for all the hot air you're full of" Paper clips- "because sometimes its hard to hold it all together" Magnifying glass- "so you can read the fine print when your eyes start to go" Mints- "so you can remember all the things you are 'mint' to.
50th birthday gift for dad- each child did 10 cards (3 kids) mom did 20... Totaling 50 reasons we love dad! Punched holes with 1/8" punch and put a ring through, then beaded the ring. Could do this for any birthday!Dad loved it!
50th Birthday Encourage'mints' Jar! I searched the internet for some encouraging quotes on getting older. I printed these quotes and a few others out on card stock, cut them out, and stapled a lifesavers mint to each quote. Very fun, easy and cheap!
My first "real" fishing pole was thread-wrapped by my dad (now deceased) and given to me as a birthday gift for my 7th birthday; I still have the pole, I think I will definitely do this idea using that pole in my bedroom!
Great birthday gift idea, birthday lottery ticket tree (money tree) Easy and fun to make. Take 2 small branches to make a tree, you can tie these together with ribbon. I put these in a coffee can with bird seed to hold these up. I bought 88 lottery tickets for my dads 88th birthday. Hole punch corners of lottery tickets and tie with ribbon to branches.
40th birthday basket My husband got this basket for his birthday from our friends. They used a tool belt for the bottom and filled the pockets with snacks. The other items in the basket are booze, gift cards, tylenol for aches and pains,various snacks, and a large chocolate number 40. Cute idea!
Love this idea, I did something similar a few years ago for a 50th Birthday gift for my brother. I asked relatives and friends that were important to him to write a special memory of him and send it to me, then our Dad made a beautiful wooden box to put them all in. We gave it to him for his 50th Birthday. So special. He loved it!