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Dad will be surprised and delighted when presented with one of these gifts from the heart.

Embroidered Linen Tie: Embroider Dad's first or last initial on this year's tie. A simple linen tie makes a good candidate; try embroidery floss in a lighter shade of the same color for a refined monochrome palette.

DIY Gift Wrap

Make Dad's gift extra special with custom-made wrapping paper. Let kids decorate plain white gift wrap with watercolor paints, crayons, and markers. Let paint and markers dry before wrapping. Tie gifts with ribbon and a handmade Father's Day tag.

Free Father's Day Printable Cards And Labels - Cards, beer and wine bottle labels, and even sock band labels!

Free! Printable Father's Day Cards and Labels

home made coasters.  this would be cute to put pictures of places that steve and i have traveled together.

Cute, Inexpensive, and Easy Christmas Gifts

Cute, Inexpensive, and Easy Christmas Gifts: Handmade Coasters (love these! tiles, modge podge, napkins and cork board=adorable inexpensive holiday gift!

Homemade Dad Frame for Father's Day on Cool Mom Picks

11 great homemade Father's Day gift ideas: 2013 Father's Day Gift Guide

How can kids spell out how much they love Dad on Father's Day? By making him a paper picture frame using the letters of his name (DAD, naturally). We can do this but spell out Daddy to fit all the kids :-)

Everything's Coming Up Roses Card | AllFreePaperCrafts.com

Everything's Coming Up Roses Card

Ginger Snap Crafts: fab friday {father's day gift ideas x three} - Shirt and Tie Father's Day Card By: Ginger from Ginger Snap Crafts

WE ♥ THIS! Such a cute DO IT YOURSELF card idea for this Father's Day that's the perfect activity for some quality time with you and your little one!  ----------------------------- Original Pin Caption:

18 Father's Day Cards Guaranteed to Make Him Smile

Date with Dad - Kids love to be in charge, so let them take Dad on a Father's Day "date" of their choosing. A handmade card tells him they're treating. Kids can buy or draw the "tickets"; Mom can cut a slit for them in the card.