Give Dad this DIY photo cube for Father’s Day this year. A creative project that will help him remember all kinds of good times with his family. Learn how to easily make this kid friendly DIY craft.
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Be sure to watch the video to see exactly how I made this cute DIY gift.
A photo makes a great gift, an even better gift is a DIY frame to hold a sweet photo. Kids have been making picture frames for years featuring macaroni and finger prints. I have a few of these and seriously cherish them.
This year I got my kids involved in creating a photo cube for Father’s Day. This simple craft project involves paint, some cutting and stickers. It’s kid friendly and can be customized by you or kids just for Dad. This is a great idea for Grandpa too!
Find the easy to follow directions below. For this project you will need some simple craft supplies. Substitute whatever craft paint you like! I used letter stickers that my kids had in their stash, or you can try these letter stickers.
- Wood cube
- Letter stickers
- Paint brushes
- Tape runner
- Paint 5 sides of the wood cube. Use a lighter color on the face that will feature stickers. Leave the bottom space unpainted.
- Cut 4 photos into squares just smaller than the face of each side of the cube.
- Use a tape runner to attach the photos to the wood cube.
- Use stickers to spell our a special message for Dad.
My girls selected photos for this cube that they know their Dad will love. We went back to baby photos and selected some newer memories as well. They loved being part of this craft and making something special for Father’s Day.
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Have you made a DIY Father’s Day gift? I’d love to hear about it.
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