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Let’s make a custom kid-made art Father’s Day tie for dad this year! This project is surprisingly easy and can be done by kids of all ages with some adult help.
It is almost Father’s day!
Because we have the best Daddy we are trying to make some great gifts for him Father’s day so he truly knows how much he means to us.
Dad loves kid’s art work. He might even have it hung up all over his office! Let’s make something artistic for fathers day that he can wear.
We decided to make Daddy a nice fancy tie!
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Kid Art Tie Craft
Kids can do everything except use the iron which makes this a really easy craft to do with even toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners as well as older kids.
Directions to Make Kid Art Tie Craft
I had Rory color on a big piece of white paper, we went through each color and she had a great time scribbling. I made sure she pressed hard with the colors, so when I needed to iron the drawing on the tie the colors would be bright and vibrant!
I cut the paper up into strips so that the whole tie would be covered. When Rory went down for a nap; I put the paper, colored side down, on the tie. I held the iron down on the coloring for a few minutes at a time following the instructions of the fabric crayons.
Our Experience with Making the Kid Art Tie for Dad
I used the iron while my child was napping.
This activity really affordable and easy. We bought a nice white tie and some Fabric crayons and started to color!
I have always wanted to use Fabric crayons, just to see if they worked and how well they worked and they worked great!
When I removed the paper there was beautiful scribbles all over the tie. The color was so bright and I know Daddy will love it!
A beautiful, one and only, kid designed tie!
I can’t wait for Father’s day!
- Light colored or white tie
- Have your child draw some artwork with fabric crayons on a blank piece of paper.
- (Optional) Cut into strips to allow for easier coverage of the tie when in next step.
- Following the fabric crayon directions, iron design onto white or light colored tie.
HOW TO CELEBRATE FATHER’S DAY WITH KIDS
And if you are having fun making colorful gifts, check out the big collection of tie dye patterns you can make with your kids.