Painted Tees and Free Tags {Father's Day Gift Idea}


This Father's Day gift idea was simple enough for my toddler to help with and I think my husband's going to love it!  All you need are golf tees, paint, a sandwich bag, and one of the printables below.

We used multi-colored tees (because my daughter was the one who picked them out) but white or plain wood would do just as well.


Decorate them with some acrylic paint.  Paint lots and lots of them! (We have another idea for them coming tomorrow!)


Let them dry.  (I'd put them on a cooling rack, so they don't stick to the paper.)


You might want to spray them with a clear coat of something to seal them, but I didn't bother with that.

Put your tees into a standard size sandwich bag.  Choose the printable Dad will like best (you can download it by clicking on the image.) Print it onto cardstock or heavy paper and cut it out. 

Fold it in half and tuck the top of the bag into the fold. Put a staple on each side to keep it in place. Voila! A cheap, cute Father's Day present made with lots of love.


This would be really cute packaged with a special book to read together like Froggy's Day With Dad.  For Father's Day, Froggy spends the day making his dad feels special.  It begins with a breakfast of crunchy eggs and ends with a homemade present.  In between they have lots of fun miniature golfing (or at least Froggy does!)

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7 comments:

  1. Those are very cute! I can think of lots of ways to use the tees in math too! =)


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  2. Great idea! It makes me wish I had more time to golf!

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  3. these are just too cute! i need to start brainstorming for our Father's day presents. thanks so much for linking up!

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  4. Adorable idea! Painting those little tees looks like some good fine motor practice too;) Thanks for linking up to Show and Tell this week!

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  5. I love this idea! If only my hubby played golf....

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  6. Gorgeous! Any golf loving dad would love that and it looks like a really fun activity as well. The kids would love it and it's great for their fine motor skills as well. I'm featuring this on next week's Kid's Co-op on Thursday so come over then and grab a featured button :) Thanks for linking up this week and hope to see you next week.

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  7. PS- Love the printables too. So cute! Pinning this :)

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