Looking for a heartfelt, low-cost gift for Father’s Day? Make a coupon book for the special dad in your life! The coupon book itself is free to make, and you can decide whether the coupons inside are no-cost (“1 Free Hug,” “1 Game Chess”), or low cost (“1 Dozen Homemade Cookies,” “1 Matinee Movie”).
The coupon books pictured above are made from my favorite coupon book template, because you can actually type in your coupons into a form on the Activities for Kids website, and it will generate a custom coupon book for you to print. Tips and instructions for using the form are here.
Alternatively, BeautyandBedlam created a Father’s Day Coupon Book that you can print out and then fill in, and it comes with many ideas pre-printed:
Or, you can make a coupon book from scratch. It might not be as polished as the ones above (in fact, depending on the age of the kid creating it, it could be a complete mess), BUT it is sure to be treasured by the father who receives it. WaywardGirlsCrafts gives a tutorial for making a coupon book like the one below:
Crafty Thursdays are an ongoing feature of The Daily Citron. I picked Thursday because it leaves just enough time for busy parents to collect their supplies for doing the craft with their kids over the weekend.