I have seen this done multiple times by DIYers online. Here is my version of a Father's Day flip book made from a deck of cards, a free PDF (see below) and some hinged rings (available from Officeworks). Just write and/or draw 52 things you love about your Dad. Here are some ideas to get you started:
His corny dad jokes
His quirky socks
How devoted he is to his family
Driving you to sports training
His awesome BBQ skills
His great taste in clothes
His great pancakes
His bear hugs
His ability to fix anything that's broken
His great listening skills
His love of 90s music
His passion for fishing
He is a good listener
His unconditional love
His ability to cheer you up when you're down
His funny stories about when he was a kid
He loves dogs
His great gardening skills
He always understands when you need a Maccas run
His love of Indian food...
I made a little hole punch guide so that the holes would be in the same spot on all the cards. (see image below).
A mini tag album would make a great gift (it's Mother's Day on Sunday). You can either use materials you have at home or Kmart has a range of well priced craft supplies.
These would make a great gift instead of chocolate this Easter!
School is going back really soon. Give your stationery a makeover with some cotton thread and acrylic paint. Super easy and cute!
This Pom Pom bunting is super easy to make and is a fun way to decorate your room. I made two different strands using three different shades of wool. I bought the wool from Spotlight, the pom pom makers from Kmart and the string from Big W. Red Ted Art has a great pom pom YouTube tutorial (see below). All you do is make lots of pom poms then tie them onto the string and voila—pom pom bunting!
You have a long, hot summer stretching out in front of you. Cross-stitch is a great mindful activity to do and get off your phone for a while. I bought this kit from Big W but changed the colours. You can buy the supplies at Spotlight and some websites have kits, or patterns that you can purchase online or even free patterns. Check out the following websites:
DMC has free patterns.
Spruce Craft Co have kits for beginners.
Spotlight has kits available, including some cute Star Wars ones.
You can buy PDF boho patterns from the Miracle Stitch Etsy Store.
Love Crafts has a cross stitch basics video (see below).