When it comes to Father’s Day, birthdays or even Christmas Day, many men might insist they don’t need anything when it comes to gifts or presents. They can make it tough for anyone wanting to buy them a gift.
Father’s Day is just around the corner. We always try to make the most of the day by having a nice meal and spending time having fun together. Both my husband and I have lost our fathers through illness. Mr C has vowed to stay healthy and stay active with the children. Also working from home means Mr C gets to see the children and have dinner together more often.
Need some inspiration for personalised gifts and cards? There are many ways to show how much we love our father this coming Father’s Day. We have made handprint cards, bookmarks and many more. We had also made a few personalised gifts using Snapfish by turning the children’s art into a book and family poster!
Both my children love arts and crafts. They will both happily sit there and design their own storyboard, cards, paintings, etc. So I set both of them a challenge to design me ‘Our Family Name Poster’. In no time, they both presented me their best drawing of our family.
In my early days in Singapore, we hardly ever celebrated Father’s Day as my dad was always working until late and it was not as highly marketed by shops, or promoted by schools. Ever since I started to work, I realised that what my father did to provide for our family of five plus his own mother was a very hard life. I had never had the chance to show my appreciation to him at all as he has already passed away.
Now I am glad to have this opportunity to make something together with my children to show our appreciation to my husband. Baker Ross has just launched a new range of Father’s Day craft ideas. I have received the Toolbox Photo Frame kit, Father’s Day Bookmark kit, Car Wooden Desk Tidy kit, Father’s Day Car Card and Father’s Day Foam Stickers. These are our 5 homemade gift ideas!