Who doesn’t love a homemade gift from their child or grandchild? Try this fun and easy DIY Tie Card to help celebrate Father’s Day and present a fun and thoughtful gift for dads!
Here are the supplies needed for this craft:
- RoseArt Crayons
- RoseArt School Glue and Glue Stick
- Construction paper – one color for a shirt and one color for a tie
- 2 Small Buttons
To start this craft, we need to get the shirt and tie completed first. Take the construction paper for your shirt and cut a half piece, approximately 9” x 6”.
Next, outline a tie shape from your other construction paper. I made the tie approximately 8” long, and 1.5” wide at the top and 2.5” wide at the bottom.
Using your RoseArt Crayons, have your child decorate the tie or write a fun message for Dad! Once the decorating is completed, carefully cut out the tie.
Now start on the collar. Measure one inch from the top of the ‘shirt’ and then cut two horizontal lines on each side, allowing a small space in the middle. From there, fold the edges down to represent a collar.
Once that’s completed, take your RoseArt Glue and glue the ‘tie’ to the ‘shirt’. Next, glue the collars down on top of the tie.
It’s all coming together now!
As a finishing touch, glue the two buttons on either side of the collar. You can also add a personalized message to the back of the card as well.
There you have it! You have your very cute, very clever Father’s Day that is sure to be a hit. Have a Happy Father’s Day!