Father’s Day Ideas for Gifts

Today is our LDS Blog Train with the theme of "Father's Day."  I thought it would be fun to put together a "can" of all the things that I have learned from my father.  I made a tag and slips of paper that you can print, cut out and fill in.  Grab an empty can and attach the tag to it.  Ponder the many great ways your dad has taught you things throughout your life and add them to the can.  Present it to him for Father's Day.  

Don't forget to head over to Faithway Designs for a great free digital scrapbook kit and head back to Cook & Craft Me Crazy if you forgot to pick up your free "smores" tag.  There are many great ideas and freebies to pick up along the LDS Blog Train so if you get lost, go to www.LDSBlogTrain.com for the full list.

Click the image below to download your free printable.

Fathers Day Blog Train June 2015 001 (Side 1)

A great way to say "thank you" for all the great freebies on this train is to share this post with your friends.  Click on the Image below to Pin it to your Pinterest board today!

LDS Blog Train June 2015 Father_s Day Pinterest Pin

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1 Comment

  1. Suzie Felshaw

    Do you still offer the Smore tag?

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