Posts Tagged ‘Fathers Day’
The collection includes: welcome sign, cupcake toppers, treat toppers, banner, gift tags and coupons for Dad.
Take a look at the whole collection...
And here are the individual files...
And learn how to make this simple coupon jar gift for Dad!
And remember, if you’d like any of these printables personalized, Michelle will do it for $3 per file! To learn more about Michelle and see all the printable collections, head to Printabelle and the Printabelle Facebook page.
Here are some fun posts I did for Spoonful this week...
Cowboy Cookie Mix looks great in a jar and works well as a gift or party favor.
If you need any ideas for crafts and recipes for dear old Dad, check out this post!
Got a minute? You could make a yummy chocolate cake in your microwave in less than sixty seconds!
For more party planning inspiration, check out all my posts on Spoonful!
If you missed my tutorial on how to make one, here's it is. You can finish these super fast, even in time for your celebration today!
Thank you Ana, for the great addition!
In celebration of Father's Day, take a look at my favorite Father's Day parties from our site!
Super Dad! Father's Day Luncheon - This is the party for those of us who know our dads are really superheroes. :)
Father's Day dessert table - A party that celebrates all things dad (football, cigars, ties, mustaches, and beer).
Sugar Daddy Father's Day Party - Sugar Daddies were my favorite candy as a kid, so I had to show this awesome party off.
Thanks for being a Great Pop! - I love the idea of having a popcorn party to celebrate dad.
# 1 POP - A Father's Day party with a "pop"sicle theme. Great for a hot day.
Since we're we're moving to Palo Alto the weekend of Father's Day, I know this year's celebration is going to be low-key (grocery store danish and a homemade card if he's lucky). But I still want David, my husband, to know we're thinking of him.
I followed these instructions and finished the whole project in less than 20 minutes! It was amazingly easy and I highly recommend it, especially if you don't have a lot of time.
The HP iron-on transfer sheets I used...
I printed the file and cut it out, leaving a small border (I probably could have made the border even smaller).
I placed a pillowcase on my table (you need a hard surface to do this), put my daughter's white Old Navy tee shirt down, and the transfer on top.
I ironed slowly on high heat (no steam) in up and down strokes for about five minutes.
I peeled the back of the transfer off and...
Voila... Lainey in her new tee shirt!
I think David's going to be very happy (and very sore from lifting all those boxes)!
UPrinting makes great canvas prints, and they are giving away an 11"x14" stretched canvas print worth $49.99 to one of our lucky readers!
I was actually talking to friend of mine this week about how she gave a canvas print of her daughter to her mom for Mother's Day, and I thought, what a fantastic idea! In fact, how perfect would a canvas print be for Father's Day...
So here's what you could win:
- One 11” x 14” stretched canvas print for one winner
- 1.5” Gallery Wrap or 1.5” Museum Wrap (White or Black)
- 3 Business Days Turnaround
- Free shipping
- Restriction: Limited to US residents 18 years old and above only
And for two additional entries:
- Follow UPrinting on Twitter and leave a separate comment saying you did it
- Add UPrinting to your Google+ circles and leave a separate comment saying you did it
This recipe comes via Sheryl B's blog, Lady Behind the Curtain. I saw these mini pecan pie pops on Sheryl's Father's Day Dessert Table and had to ask her if I could post the recipe. How amazing would these be for your July 4th barbecue!
That’s right pie ON A STICK! It seems that everything is going on a stick. So why not a pie? It may look intimidating but it is a lot easier then you think and your guests are going to go GAGA (not the Lady kind) over them.
PECAN PIE POP RECIPE
Pastry Dough Ingredients
- 1/4 cup butter, softened
- 1-3 ounce cream cheese, softened
- 1 1/4 cups flour
Beat butter and cream cheese until fluffy mix in flour if needed add enough water to make the pastry cling together. Chill for 1 hour.
- 1 egg, beaten
- 1 egg yolk
- 1/3 cup dark corn syrup
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar
- 2 tablespoons butter, melted
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
- 1/2 cup pecans, chopped
Mix together egg, egg yolk, corn syrup, brown sugar, butter and vanilla.
To make tarts: Tear off a piece of dough and press into small tart pan. Spoon filling into tart pan and sprinkle with chopped nuts. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 – 25 minutes or until set. Once tarts are cooled take a tooth pick and run it around the edge to loosen.
Cut a slit in the side of the tart and slide in the 8-in. Lollipop stick until you feel the other side. DO NOT go thru. NOTE: if you don’t have tart pans then use a muffin tin and only go up the sides 1-in.
Makes approximately 8 tarts.
Thank you, Sheryl, for this great recipe. To learn more about Sheryl and discover more of her entertaining tips, please visit her blog, Lady Behind the Curtain.
And seriously, how cool would these pecan pie pops look on your next dessert table.
The collection includes: party circles, invitations, tented cards, favor tags, drink straws, and a "Happy Father's Day" banner.
[caption id="attachment_15405" align="aligncenter" width="463"] Invitation[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_15408" align="aligncenter" width="463"] Tented cards[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_15404" align="aligncenter" width="465"] Drink flags[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_15407" align="aligncenter" width="465"] "Happy Father's Day" banner[/caption]
Download the high resolution files for printing:Tea Party Designs, and Etsy shop.
If you use these for your Father’s Day celebration, please send photos to jillian@catchmyparty, so I can post them.
Also, check out our other free Father's Day printables.