Has your husband ever written your child a sweet note or letter? If so, I have the perfect Father’s Day gift for you! Frame those sweet and thoughtful words so your child will always have them as memories!
Recently, my husband wrote his 10 favorite memories of Reece. The list was so sweet that it brought me to tears, and I knew I wanted to preserve it. I decided to frame the list, and then I found foam letters from Hobby Lobby and spelled “Daddy Loves Reece” on the frame. This project is about as easy as it gets and I know it will mean a lot to my husband, and someday it will mean a lot to my son!
What you will need:
- 1 8×10 frame (just make sure the sides are wide enough to place letters)
- 1 small container of foam letters that are adhesive on the back
- 1 sheet of colored paper of your choice (I chose blue to go with my son’s room)
Step 1. Take letter or note and type it up (you can use the original version if you prefer—just use whatever you like best). *Once my husband receives this gift, I am actually going to have him handwrite his list so it is more personal.
Step 2. Print on colored paper.
Step 3. Frame note or letter.
Step 4. Place adhesive letters on frame to spell whatever you like! I spelled out “Daddy Loves Reece,” but you can spell whatever you want on the frame.
This craft is very easy and inexpensive, so if you are looking for a last-minute Father’s Day gift, this is a great option! It took me about 10 minutes to do and it only cost about $10. Enjoy creating your own memory frame!