Father’s Day Goodie Bags

Posted by Laura Dimock on

By Linda of Little Family Fun

Materials:

  • brown paper lunch sacks
  • paper (we used scrapbook paper)
  • scissors
  • glue
  • tape

Instructions

  1. goodie bags 2Cut out a necktie shape from your paper and glue it onto your bag.
  2. Fill the bag with goodies of your choice.
  3. goodie bags 1Cut two slits lengthwise at the top of the bag, each about an inch down and extending a third of the way toward the center of the bag. Fold the ends of the strips just cut over and down toward the center of the bag to look like the collar of a shirt. Secure them with clear tape so that the bag can be opened by simply taking the tape off.

That's it! You can write notes to Dad on the tie and watch his face light up as he opens the bag.

Linda is a blogger and mother of three. She loves coming up with simple, easy, and creative ways to have fun with her kids. Her blog, Little Family Fun, is an inspiring resource for parents, grandparents, teachers, and anyone else looking for activities preschoolers will love.

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