This Father’s Day we are giving daddy artwork keepsake binders!!
Our kids always love to surprise us with all their beautiful artwork.
Often times the art is for a specific parent with a special “To Daddy” or “To Mommy” written across the artwork in adorable handwriting.
It melts our hearts and of course, we want to hold on to it forever.
So I thought this year dad might enjoy a place to keep all of his favorites from throughout the years in a personal Father’s Day artwork keepsake binder!
To add a special touch to the binders, I made a free printable for the kids to address to their dad and sign from them.
How to make a Father’s Day artwork keepsake binder gift from the kids:
What you will need:
- My free Father’s Day printable (Scroll to bottom of post)
- A Binder with a clear front pocket
- Your child’s artwork intended for their dad
- Clear plastic letter sheet protectors
What you do:
- Print off my free Father’s Day Printable
- Have your child fill in the blanks and slip the printable in the front outside pocket of the binder
- Let your child slip their artwork into the plastic sheet protectors and place in the binder rings
That is it!!!! Probably the easiest and still one of the sweetest gifts a dad could ask for on Father’s Day.
I can just picture him in years to come flipping through the pages with his grown kids and possibly even holding back a few tears!
More fun & free Father’s Day Printables to include:
Because I LOVE printables! I had to include 2 more of my favorites that we are giving daddy this Father’s Day.
For his Father’s Day Card we printed off the cutest booklet from What Mom’s Love ! It is just way too cute with a fun blank space to have your child color in a picture of dad, plus adorable fill-in-the-blanks and even coupons! You can choose how much or how little you want to include! There is also one for the grandpas as well!!! To download the printable visit What Mom’s Love by clicking here.
The other printable I just had to include and slip into the binder is a fun Father’s Day questionnaire from Thirty Handmade Days . This fun questionnaire is a perfect gift to slip into these binders year after year so be sure to pin it to your Father’s Day board on Pinterest for future years or print more now and keep them in the binder for later. To get your free questionnaire, visit 30 Handmade Days by clicking here.
I hope you and your kids are able to put this together quickly like we did, so everyone can get back to spending time with daddy!
For other fun ways to store and display kid’s artwork see my post here.
Let me know how it goes!!
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