Father’s day is quickly approaching! Do you know what you’re going to do for the father or man in your life? I have a cute and easy Father’s Day gift idea to share with you today to help you make that decision a little easier. Why not let him know just how great he is with this fun Father’s Day Mint Medal gift idea. It’s quick and easy, but so cute! I’m showing you how to put it together and I’m including some free printables! Can’t get much easier than this.
Alright, maybe this isn’t the best gift for YOU to give to your husband or father, but it’s perfect for little ones. This fun gift idea would be perfect for any child to put together. All it takes is a few simple supplies and a little bit of cutting.
Father’s Day Medal Tutorial
• My Medal Printable (I have a ‘Dad’ and a ‘Grandpa’ printable)
If you don’t want to use mints, you could use any other round treat: Peppermint Patties, Cookies, Bubble gum tape, etc. First, you will need to download and print out my Medal printable. Then cut each section out. Once you’ve got everything cut out, grab your mints and add a piece to the center of the container. You will also need to add a piece of tape to each of the medal ribbons. Next, place the medal ribbons onto the mint container, and then add the round medal part. And that’s it!
.Here’s a quick step-by-step photo collage to help you out a little bit. 🙂 Have your kids create these fun medals to let their Dad and/or their Grandpa know that they are the BEST!
I decided that it might be fun for the kids to TELL their Dads or Grandfathers WHY they think they’re the best. To go along with this fun medal, I created a fun questionnaire that the kids can fill out as well. The kids will be answering several questions explaining why their Dad is the best. Here’s a peek at what the questionnaire looks like.
Just download, using the link below, and print. There are 2 questionnaires per sheet, and I have included one for Dad and one for Grandpa.
I hope you enjoy my Father’s Day Medal gift idea and printables. I’d love to hear what you think, and if you use them.
Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!
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