Here’s a last-minute Father’s Day DIY. All you need is a plastic photo cube, six photos, and 10 minutes. Presto chango, your thoughtful gift is done!
My four-year-old and I had so much fun making one of these for my husband this year. I bought the photo cube at Michael’s craft store for $2.39. (It was originally priced at $3.99, but I used a 40% off coupon from their iPhone app.)
I decided to design printable “DAD” and “LOVE” squares to use in place of two of the photos. Here’s the free printable so you can use it too: Free Father’s Day Photo Cube Printable
We cut everything into 3.5 x 3.5 inch squares and got to work.
My four-year-old signed her own name, my two-year-old added some scribbles, and I signed my baby’s name.
Then, my 4-year-old taped the pics and printables to the cardboard cube that came with the frame.
Are you doing anything cute or fun for Father’s Day this year? Please share in a comment below!
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