When I began this blog I’d hoped it’d appeal to both moms and dads. Still I secretly believed most men probably had very little interest in it. (Of course Get Crafty with this Father’s Day DIY Dad Coupon Book will appeal to both but I digress!)
What I’ve found out was that nothing could be farther from the truth. This is especially true when it comes to the devoted and utterly doting dads that I’ve had the privilege to befriend.
And that’s why I’m thrilled to share this Get Crafty with this Father’s Day DIY Dad Coupon Book!
I’ve also become acquainted with many who have designed flexible work schedules in order to pitch in and really take an active role in raising their children.
From my own personal experience, I make it a point to fill my husband in on every last detail when to comes to our kids-whether he wants to hear it or not!
I also encourage him to spend quality one-on-one time with each of our children. Yes- that’s probably a little more for me than him-but hey, this momma will take a break whenever she can get it!
All kidding aside- NYC dads are a pretty committed bunch who proudly wear their daddy status like a badge of honor and distinction!
Just like us mommies they’re fully invested in their children’s whirlwind of weekend activities. These Dads take part in daddy and me classes and arts and crafts workshops.
In fact most of these dads can even be found crawling through outdoor mazes and indoor tunnels at kiddie gym classes.
So if you are looking to help the kidlet in your life shower their dad Get Crafty with this Father’s Day DIY Dad Coupon Book an Easy to make Heartfelt Father’s Day Gift!
Get Crafty with this Father’s Day DIY Dad Coupon Book
Just in time for Father’s Day, you can make a coupon book children can create with a bit of help from an adult.
What you will need:
Designed with Dad’s unique perspective in mind, you can copy the coupons below ( all you need is some construction paper and markers) which feature activities for children to complete.
Personalize the Coupons
Kids can make coupons with sayings like:
“I will brush my teeth without faking it. Dad can tell”
“I will load the dishwasher or wash them by hand like the Pilgrims.”
On the last coupon provide a space for a child to add a personal promise to Dad.
Even if you already have the perfect present picked out, these kid-centered coupons are one Dads will appreciate.
Coupons can be cut out and assembled into a book with a few staples, or left loose and slipped into a card.
Bottom line: No advanced Pinterest degree required for this project!
Here is another fun DIY coupon book that is worth checking out
https://www.skiptomylou.org/printable-fathers-day-coupons/ You can download it here:
HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!