We love guest post series!! And over the years have had many a guest post celebrating “Love”. To shake things up a little, we have a NEW guest post series: 31 Days of Dad. Celebrating Father’s Day Crafts & Activities for kids!
Materials needed for this Nuts & Bolts Father’s Day
- Have a browse in your tool box for spare nuts & bolts
- Card stock
- Strong glue or a hot glue gun (work with an adult)
- Your imagination
How to make a Robot Father’s Day Card from loose parts
Have you ever wondered what’s lurking around the bottom of your dad’s tool box? We put together a little self-portrait of our dad using bits and bobs from the took box and a few little extra little cogs from the craft box. Hot glued together with a couple of googly eyes, we think he looks just like our dad! We stuck him on a Father’s Day card, but he could also make a great magnet or popped into a 3d frame. We think our dad is pretty special – he keeps our family bolted together!
I love how easy it is to put these cards together.. and how each and every Nuts & Bolts Father’s Day Card will be unique and different. Wouldn’t they make great “robot cards” too? So so cute. Love the chemistry between this Father and Daughter. Just adorable. And the perfect Father’s Day Activity to go with it.
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Rebekah is a mother and Primary art teacher. She loves to create art and play at home with my two little artists! If you enjoyed Rebekah’s craft today.. why not hop over to Instagram, give her a bit old follow and check out some of her other fantastic crafts?!
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Crafting with younger kids? How about these Father’s Day Ideas for Preschoolers: