Simple Father’s Day Picture Frame…from Scrap Wood

Father’s Day is only 4 days away……ACK, I know!  SO SOON.  I had the best of intentions to have the kids help me make Steve several gifts from the Father’s Day Gift Ideas post a few weeks ago.  Buuuuut, well, I had about 100 other things come up.  But then Home Depot asked me to participate in their Father’s Day Program and well, that got me thinking……..Steve is really into word-working lately and loves his tools.  What he’d probably really love this year more than anything else, is some new kind of drill attachment, a better funtioning tool box, some fancy blade for his monster saws, or I don’t know……some other type of man toy from our closest home improvement store, Home Depot.


So, yep, a gift card it is.  That way, he can pick whatever cool new gadget he wants.  And even though Steve would probably be really happy with a lonely little gift card, I had to pair it up with something.  (Maybe that’s because I don’t just want a measly little gift card, no matter the amount on the card.  I love when there’s a little thought added to gifts.)  So — I transformed a few pieces of scrap fence wood (no, we’re not building a fence….it’s just inexpensive wood that I had on hand from another project), into a little picture frame.  Showcasing his 3 most favorite little people in this world.


Simple Father's Day Picture Frame...from Scrap Wood --- Make It and Love It

***And just remember, this could be a frame for anything.  Not just Father’s Day.  Just imagine how cute this would be hanging on your wall, sitting on a dresser, or up on a mantel…..with any ol’ pictures in there.



However, I had the hardest time choosing between the “sweet and cute little faces” to attach to the frame (option 1) or the “silly and crazy” ones (option 2).


Simple Father's Day Frame...from Scrap Wood --- Make It and Love It



So, I’m giving him both.  And Steve can swap out whatever little crazy faces he’s in the mood for……and keep his frame right on his desk at work.  (Those photos are 4×6 inches in size, trimmed down a bit on the bottom.)


Simple Father's Day Frame...from Scrap Wood --- Make It and Love It



If you look closely, there are just 3 horizontal pieces of wood with some strips of wood on top.  A cute 10 x 18 inch frame, made from two raggedy pieces of fencing wood.  So quick to make and VERY inexpensive……2 of my favorite things! :)


Simple Father's Day Frame...from Scrap Wood --- Make It and Love It

Simple Father's Day Frame...from Scrap Wood --- Make It and Love It



Oh, and each picture is attached by some fat roofing-type nails (that I painted black on the heads).


Simple Father's Day Frame...from Scrap Wood --- Make It and Love It



And yeah, because I couldn’t decide on which photo group, I just put both under each nail.  That way, Steve can decide.


Simple Father's Day Frame...from Scrap Wood --- Make It and Love It



Oh, and the nails aren’t hammered in all the way…..and pull in and out like a thumb tack (but stay really snug, so don’t worry!)


Simple Father's Day Frame...from Scrap Wood --- Make It and Love It



Yes, I’m sure Steve will treasure this frame.

But I know he’ll REALLY love what’s on that gift card. A perfect gift for Father’s Day! :)


Simple Father's Day Frame...from Scrap Wood --- Make It and Love It




Oh wait, did you forget one of you gets a gift card to spend too? 


Yep, you can use it for a belated Father’s Day gift (because this won’t quite arrive in time for Sunday)…..or hey, use it for an upcoming birthday/anniversary/etc.  (Or use it yourself……haha!  I buy just as much at our Home Depot down the road as Steve does.)


But if you don’t win — head to your local Home Depot (or Home Depot online for eGift Cards) and give dad what he really wants this year!


Simple Father's Day Frame...from Scrap Wood --- Make It and Love It

***GIVEAWAY entry down below, after the picture frame tutorial.***





Okay, let’s get started.



  • Any type of 3 1/2 wide wood pieces, about 1/2 inch thick (I bought 2 6-foot pieces.)
  • black/brown acrylic paint
  • white/cream acrylic paint (Or whatever you have on hand.  I used semi-gloss creamy-white paint.  Spray paint would work too.)
  • sand paper
  • wood glue
  • nails for assembling the frame (with a smaller head)
  • 3 1-inch roofing nails (with a really large head)


Now, your supplies may differ a little, depending on the type of wood you buy.  But I bought 2 pieces of fencing wood (which is pretty rough and jagged at some points, but adds to the look of this distressed frame) that were 6 feet long, 3 3/8 inch wide and about 1/2 inch thick.  I cut them down to the dimensions below.


The three pieces on the left are for the base of the frame, the 2 pieces on the right are for the more narrow framing on the top of the frame.  But both of those will be cut in half lengthwise, creating 4 total pieces.   But in case your wood is a little different width and such……this is how I figured out those measurements.  I first decided how wide I wanted to make my frame and I decided on 18 inches (so that it would fit four 4×6 photos inside the added framing on top).  Then, I had to decide how many pieces I needed and if it would stack tall enough to fit the picture size I wanted.  When I stacked those 3 pieces together, the height was about 10.25 inches and I knew that would work, if I cut down my 4×6 pictures just a tad.  So I went with it.  And then I decided that I would stack the more narrow frame on top, about 1/2 inch from the edges.  So I cut a piece of wood that was 1 inch shorter than the length of the frame and another piece that was 1 inch shorter than the height of the frame…….which is where I got my 17 inch piece and my 9.25 inch piece.  Make sense?




Okay, so with the 2 shorter pieces of wood (shown on the right in the photo above), we cut right in half lengthwise.




Then, we cut each end off those 4 pieces, at a 45 degree angle (making sure you cut the 45 degree in the correct position so the pieces will fit together as a frame—see below).




Here are all 4 pieces, with their ends cut off at a 45 degree angle.




See how nicely they fit together?




Now, line up your 3 base pieces in front of you (I kept an ever so slight crack between the 3 pieces…..just for effect).  Then, center the top frame pieces on top of that.  Add some wood glue to the back of the frame pieces and then place them right back where you had them.  Once all is glued, nail each piece in place.  (I used a nail gun, so all my nails were buried.  If you’re using a hammer and nails, just buy a small nail head and nail them right in.  This is more of a distressed look, so if your nails show a bit, don’t worry….it’ll still look great!)  Oh, and you can add more nail holes and/or dent up the wood a bit more, if desired.




Now, you can either add a picture hanger to the back to be hung on the wall……or create 2 little legs for your frame to stand with on a desk/shelf/table.  Cut 2 pieces from your leftover wood that are 3.25 inches long.  Then, cut one end off at a 20 degree angle.  (Or a 70 degree angle……however you look at it!)




Once you place the long edge of the wood on the table, you’ll see the angle that you cut gives the frame the perfect angle to rest against.




Then place some glue along the angle of the 2 wood legs and place along the back (and bottom edge) of the frame.  Positioning can be a little tricky though, so I placed the frame halfway off the edge of a table facing up, so that I cut see where I was placing each leg.  I placed it directly below the thickest part of the frame, so I could nail through that frame that’s set on top of the base……so that the nail holes would kind of blend in with the others.  I added my first nail hole where the arrow is above and then several more behind the first, securing the rest of the leg in place.




Then, I added a bit more glue to the sides of each leg, for added stability, and then let the whole thing dry completely.




Okay, next…..painting.  How your frame looks is completely up to you.  You could stain, paint, or even sand it a bit and leave it alone.  However, I decided to go with a more shabby rustic look.  And I wanted a lighter frame, so that my black/white photos would show up a little better.  But before adding the white paint, I mixed some brown/black acrylic paint…




…and then painted it onto all of the edges and corners of the frame.  I didn’t cover it completely because I didn’t want it too dark but mostly the areas I knew that I would be sanding later on to reveal the dark edges.




Once, that was dry, I painted with a creamy white paint.  (I have some from our baseboards we’re painting.)  However, you could use more acrylic paint, some spray paint, or whatever you have on hand. :)




Once that’s dry, grab some sandpaper and start roughing it up a bit, letting some of that dark paint come through.  You can now seal with some clear glaze (you can purchase it in a spray can, which is super easy to apply) or you can just leave it plain…which is what I did.




Now, decide on some photos and print them out. (If you need to buy letters, you only need one “D” and one “A”, since the letters never appear in a photo at the same time.  Or, you could cut letters out of thick poster board.  Or cardboard.  Or whatever you have on hand!)


Oh, and 4×6 inch photos are a little too tall for this frame so I had to decide early on if I wanted to add one more piece of wood to the base and make it 4 pieces tall……but decided that would swallow up the pictures a bit.  So, I decided I would print pictures that had some empty room at the bottom that could be cut off about 3/4 of an inch.


Then, I used short and squatty roofing nails (with a nice big head) and nailed each picture in.  However, I only nailed them in slightly so that I could pull them out to swap pictures.  And since the nails have such a big head, they pull in and out like a thumb tack.




Once I was finishing hammering the nails and positioning them just how I wanted them, I pulled them out and painted the nail head black.




And that’s it!!!


This would be darling in any room.  Or on any shelf.  Are the ideas brewing in your head?

Simple Father's Day Picture Frame...from Scrap Wood --- Make It and Love It


Have fun with it!



Okay, ready for the $100 giveaway??  Yeah, me too.  This is the fun part! :)




Good luck!


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Need MORE Father’s Day inspiration??

Check out these 40 DIY Father’s Day Gift Ideas

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346 Responses to “Simple Father’s Day Picture Frame…from Scrap Wood”
  1. 1
    tara says:

    Not sure how I would package it, but I sure could use one:)

  2. 2
    Amanda says:

    What about wrapping in brown paper, thats been stamped with a potato “dad”. Coupled with a hand made tag and card.

  3. 3
    Yvette says:

    Hide it in a jar of candy,
    Combine the card with some paint swatches and a”honey do” list card

  4. 4
    Amy says:

    I would tuck it into his pillow, then ask him what he dreamt about…

  5. 5
    Amna says:

    Very simple and creative. I have one son so I will use his picture holding all the letters.

  6. 6
    Ali Aguilar says:

    I love the idea of hiding it in a jar of candy! Or maybe make one of those pop-top cans and put it in that (with candy of course…) :)

  7. 7
    Rebecca says:

    Hide it under the sand paper on his new Makita palm sander! Sure would love the gift card as we’re working on our new fixer-upper house on a budget.

  8. 8
    Jan says:

    I’d make his favourite chocolate cake and stand it up as a decoration with cut outs of a hammer and a saw.

  9. 9
    Carla says:

    What a cute and fun idea.

  10. 10
    Diana says:

    What a lovely idea .. thanks for the chance to win !

  11. 11
    Jess M says:

    I would wrap it in the shirt that we are giving to the hubby.

  12. 12
    Anika says:

    Such a cute project! I am sure he will love it!

  13. 13
    Stephanie says:

    I’d hide the gift card under a plate full of brownies. Treats and tools- can’t get better than that :)

  14. 14
    Nikolette B says:

    I probably wouldn’t package it very creatively, but he would definitely be excited to receive it!!

  15. 15
    Gina says:

    I would hide it in something he uses everyday – like his bunker gear. Great giveaway!!!! Thanks!

  16. 16
    Vanessa says:

    I would hide it in a tool chest, get the children to help hide it and write ‘treasure’ clues. Then the kids could dress up as pirates and ‘help’ him find his treasure.

  17. 17
    Kate says:

    I’d probably have my girls make him a card and put the gift card in there – not too original but it would be appreciated! We just bought our first home and the projects are starting to pile up!

  18. 18
    Atalie says:

    Love the frame. The card would be the perfect addition to it! Thanks for your great blog!!

  19. 19
    Christy says:

    I would put it in a pop top can I filled with goodies. Thx for your website!

  20. 20
    jodi says:

    i would knit him a cozy!

  21. 21
    Tracy Hoover says:

    It would be cute to have one of the kids holding the gift card. Then, “hide” it somewhere on the frame.

  22. 22
    Susan M. says:

    I’d tuck it in his special 2x/year 6-pack of beer. Ha! He’d never be the wiser!!

    Thanks so much for the opportunity — my fingers are crossed! And BTW – thank you THANK YOU for not making us complete 98 different things for a chance to win.

  23. 23
    Lindsey says:

    I have a tshirt to give my husband for Father’s Day so I would wrap the gift card in the tshirt. James would flip out he has a Home Depot list a mile long : )

  24. 24
    Patty says:

    I would place it in the center of the picture frame, over the pictures with tape!

  25. 25
    vic says:

    I would wrap it in something that didn’t look so important so it would be a surprise.

  26. 26
    Sharon says:

    I would make the envelop into a bookmark by putting a tassel on it and hiding it in the book he is getting and see how long before he realizes it is not an ordinary bookmark.

  27. 27
    sandi h says:

    in a masculine pop out card

  28. 28
    Jaime says:

    Make another small frame and put the gift card in the frame. He will get the gift card and another frame for his favorite photo.

  29. 29
    Nancy says:

    I would probably make a gift card holder, which is not as cute or as clever as your frame.

  30. 30
    Sadie says:

    Hide the gift card behind one of the photos.

  31. 31
    Lisa says:

    Love this idea! Just don’t have enough tools to complete it, guess that’s where the gift card could come in handy… :-)

  32. 32
    Jess says:

    In the next clean diaper for his turn at the changing table.

  33. 33
    bonnie says:

    This would be great to by a new sander. Mine is on its last legs….

  34. 34
    JOHN says:

    I would just put it in with his father’s day card.

  35. 35
    NaDell says:

    Maybe I’d package it up with some little project I need him to fix or a honey-do list. =)

  36. 36
    Randi says:

    I’m not sure how I would package the gift card if i won, but he would LOVE to get it!

  37. 37
    Angela Johnson says:

    I’m not very creative, but if I make this picture frame, which I would love to do, (and win the gift card) I’d just stick it in the envelope that went with the gift…. Great idea!

  38. 38
    Ali k says:

    I’d be lame and just stick it in a card…

  39. 39
    Jessica w says:

    I would buy some of his favorite kolaches, and put the card in there

  40. 40
    Abbie says:

    I would stay simple and stick the gift card inside a greeting card.

  41. 41

    I would wrap it up nicely and put it on his tools. We are renovating our house right now, so it would be the perfect spot for him to find it.

  42. 42
    Kathy C in OR says:

    Ned to make one for our son and one for our son-in-law.

  43. 43
    Tracy says:

    I would take him to HOME DEPOT and have had hidden it in his wallet, right at the front!!!

  44. 44
    Kira says:

    I would tape it to his favorite coffee cup!!

  45. 45
    Karie D. says:

    I’d probably pair it up with his favorite treat. :) Great giveaway!

  46. 46

    I would have our two daughters make a card and put it in there. And then tell him to use it to buy me a new drill!!!

  47. 47
    Jessica says:

    I would put it between sides of his biscuit at our Father’s Day breakfast.

  48. 48
    Jen R. says:

    I would tuck it into a pair of sweat socks, wrap them in a small box, the a medium box, then a larger box. My boys love the idea he has to keep unwrapping, and they giggle the entire time.

  49. 49
    Tracy says:

    I want to make that frame and present the gift card in that! :)

  50. 50
    Sara says:

    I would package the Home Depot gift card with something sweet. Probably homemade Reese’s peanut butter eggs. My hubby loves chocolate and peanut butter together. (And so do our girls!)

  51. 51
    Krista v says:

    I would probably make a cute gift card holder with my Silhouette machine!

  52. 52
    Amy D says:

    Brown card stock and washi tape

  53. 53
    Laura says:

    I would very carefully open a bag of skittles, put the gift card inside like a prize in a cereal box, and then reseal the bag. Skittles are my husbands fav candy and who doesn’t love awesome “prizes” :)

  54. 54
    Melissa M says:

    I would put it in a tool belt

  55. 55
    Shandell P says:

    My son loves to color paper and wrap with it so we’d do that.

  56. 56
    amanda a. says:

    Im thinking brown paper with something stamped on it..maybe some twine of some sort as well.

  57. 57
    Michele E says:

    I would hide it in orange slices, the candy ones, his favorite!

  58. 58
    Sarah says:

    I would attach it to a nice home made chocolate bar that says dad with a crown over it wrapped in foil. I don’t know where or when my mom got this candy mold but it is super cute! Likely 30+ years old too.

  59. 59
    Karen says:

    How handy that you have three kids! I love your creative and thrifty ways–the dynamic duo in my book :-)

  60. 60
    tanya says:

    I’d tuck it into the pocket of a new pair of carpenter jeans. Of course id have it in a cute scrapbooked card holder.

  61. 61
    Lindse says:

    Love this idea! Always looking for ways to use my scrap wood!

  62. 62
    Lisa Clawson says:

    I love it. I think I have all the supplies except the letters

  63. 63
    Rebecca says:

    I am so making this! I’ll need to squeeze 4 pictures in!

  64. 64
    Kristie P says:

    Wrapped in a “Honey Do…” list

  65. 65
    Bonnie says:

    I would use my silhouette to make a nice little gift card card for Father’s Day…and yes, just give it to him late because, well, late is better than never at all!

  66. 66
    Andrea says:

    Great Idea!!! With my 5 kids I would change it to DADDY!! Thanks!!

  67. 67
    Raeanna Dickert says:

    would add it to the frame somehow! Such a cute project!

  68. 68
    Jennie says:

    My girls always make their own cards, so I would put the gift card inside a card they make. I’m thinking about making this frame for my husband too, thanks for the great post!

  69. 69
    Anna says:

    I would put it in a little box that I make super heavy so he doesn’t guess what it is.

  70. 70
    Diane W says:

    I think i cud make that frame. Easy enuf.

  71. 71
    Candy says:

    So many great ideas! Our family has an ongoing joke where we hide a plastic black rat. The person who finds it, hides it for the next person. So I could use the rat to actually hold a good surprise and put the card with the rat on his pillow or something b

  72. 72
    Cassie Raney says:

    As a bookmark in his favorite book :)

  73. 73
    Lorene says:

    LOVE the frame! I KNOW I won’t get it done for Father’s Day, but I am thinking {my son’s} wedding, for my husband’s office, as gifts — oh, I can’t wait to get at it! Thanks for your cute site :)

  74. 74
    Amy says:

    I would probably put it with my husband’s favorite candy.

  75. 75
    bianca says:

    in a homemade card!

  76. 76
    Jeanine says:

    I’d tie it to a tool and add a cute note.

  77. 77
    Kim says:

    This is a great idea AND the two sets of photos are just so sweet! Thanks for the post!

  78. 78
    Taya says:

    I would add it to a candy bouquet that the kids help me put together!

  79. 79
    Kaila says:

    I love this idea!

  80. 80
    Danielle Churchill says:

    I’d hide it in his sock drawer so he finds it when he’s getting ready.

  81. 81
    Shermi says:

    I wouldn’t bother packaging it creatively, we would both find that too annoying. I’d just give it to him.

  82. 82
    Eileen Saunders says:

    Sadly, my dad passed away at the age of 60 but he was a master carpenter and I inherited his love of tools and woodworking. If he was here, I’d find a cool gadget at Home Depot that he didn’t have (a real challenge!) and attach it to a bag of Hershey Kisses! My brother inherited his amazing talent so I guess he would get the gadget and candy.

  83. 83
    James says:

    Dad loves fishing, so probably with a new lure.

  84. 84
    Angie says:

    What a fun project! Could be cute to cover the pictures with a large card so all he could see was the wooden outline and the card on the front. Saves some wrapping but leaves the surprise! Plus my kiddos love making cards or pictures for any event.

  85. 85
    Destiny says:

    I’d just wrap it up with his favorite candy bar.

  86. 86
    Clair says:

    I would wrap it up in craft paper tied with a big bright orange ribbon :)

  87. 87
    Deborah Nowland says:

    Absolutely darling! I love the paint job! And the silly photos are darling!

  88. 88
    Kristen says:

    I’d package it with my husbands traditional Father’s Day gift of Ibc root beer! Two of his favorite things for sure as well as some cute little cards from his 3 favorite people (four I guess if you count me!)

  89. 89
    Kelly Aubert says:

    I saw a thing where words were etched on a hammer saying – you nailed it. That would be cute to pair up with a gift card!!

  90. 90
    Lindsay says:

    I would tuck it in some new socks for my husband. He actually gets excited about new socks :)

  91. 91
    grace says:

    will ask my son to draw picture and write a note for his dad :-) thanks for the chance.

  92. 92
    Crystal says:

    I really love this idea to creatively package the gift card from Home Depot.

  93. 93
    Gail says:

    What a memory this dad will have! Cute!

  94. 94
    shirley elizabeth says:

    Probably hide it inside a new pair of work gloves. He can find it next time he does yard work…or maybe I’ll be nice and tell him about it.

  95. 95
    Amber Arnold says:

    I the middle of a giant jar of red vines, mostly because that is what my husband would really love for father’s day!

  96. 96
    Sadie says:

    Let our 3 year old daughter surprise him with it!!

  97. 97
    Lena says:

    Love the frame and “DAD” photo idea! As for packaging a gift card, my older two kiddos are really into making cards so we’d probably go that route.

  98. 98
    Rana says:

    I would put it with the gifts the kids made for him. They are so excited to give him the drawings they made for him.

  99. 99
    LaTrese says:

    Great giveaway, thanks. I am making his favorite dessert so I would put the gift card on the plate and top it with a slice of strawberry cheesecake.

  100. 100
    Melissa says:

    I would create a treasure hunt.

  101. 101
    Sarah W says:

    Super cute! Wish I had the tools to do this!!!!!!!! Thanks for the tutorial! And the giveaway!!

  102. 102
    Jamie says:

    How about in an envelope? ;)

  103. 103
    becaroo says:

    I’d make him a homemade card and stick it in the middle.

  104. 104
    MARTHA says:

    I would put it in his box of cereal ???????? So he thinks a box of his favorite cereal but with white plastic peanuts with the card inside to fall in his bowl..HFD!!!!!!!!!!!!

  105. 105
    Andrea García says:

    Love his idea!

  106. 106
    Emma says:

    I would fill a giant cardboard box with a bunch of packing peanuts and hide it in the middle. Hey, for a gift that awesome…..he can do a little work to find it!

  107. 107
    Michele says:

    I would make a cute little gift card holder using my Silhouette.

  108. 108
    Sunnie says:

    I think I would put in a basket with some other things for him

  109. 109
    DJ says:

    I would make a homemade card out of scrap paper and use those picture corners to keep the gift card in place.

  110. 110
    Laura Hinckley Burghorn says:

    I would put it in a (now empty) paint can!

  111. 111
    Rachel says:

    I’d put it in his shoes. :) ha ha

  112. 112
    Casey says:

    Great idea for Dad and summer project for the kiddos.

  113. 113
    Colleen says:

    I would try it to a screw driver set since my dad taught me to always have a screw driver set at home and in the car!

  114. 114
    Amanda H says:

    I would put it in a huge box with rocks on the bottom and a “honey-do” list (wink, wink). :)

  115. 115
    Jennifer says:

    I’d attach it to one of my two-year-old’s headbands when we do his breakfast! She’s always the first one to daddy anyhow! :)

  116. 116
    Gretchen says:

    I’d attach it to the bow tie we’re giving him :)

  117. 117
    Lauren says:

    I’d probably wrap it up in a box for denture cleaner, just for laughs!

  118. 118
    Dani M. says:

    I would use it as a bookmark in whatever book he’s currently reading, then wait to see if he notices!

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    Brittany says:

    He would definitely use it for a drill!

  120. 120
    Brittany D says:

    Wrapping paper. I’m old school :)

  121. 121
    Mihla says:

    I’m giving my husband a case for his iPad, so I’d put the card inside the case.

  122. 122
    Kathryn says:

    Have our kids present it to him!

  123. 123
    Kris says:

    What a cute frame!

  124. 124
    Pippa says:

    My kids love a treasure hunt so we would leave clues to find it

  125. 125
    Lidia says:

    Oh fun! I’d make him a felt card holder.

  126. 126
    Lacey says:

    I would put it on top of the remote control in the bedroom. He has been offshore for 2 weeks so that will be where he goes after giving me and the kiddo a kiss!

  127. 127
    Misty Wotring says:

    I am not sure how I would package it. I have 5 kids so I would need to be creative.

  128. 128
    Whitney W. says:

    I would put it in a big ole stack of Father’s Day pancakes, because the daddy in this house loves pancakes!

  129. 129
    Julie H. says:

    I’m due any day now with our first child, so I’d probably put it in some sort of baby gear. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  130. 130
    Linda Cullison says:

    Really nice I know my dad would love this he would appreciate it after my grandmother passed this lasted Thursday. I know this would mean a lot to him. And the gift card too

  131. 131
    Kayla says:

    I’d wrap that baby in between some of my dad’s FAVORITE things: Bacon, otterpops, or “free foot rub” coupons!

  132. 132
    Jessica says:

    I would probably just out it in his card but have the kids give it to him. They get so excited to give gifts that it is totally contagious!

  133. 133
    Libby says:

    I’d stick it in the pocket of his work pants before he wakes up and puts them on!

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    Lisa says:

    Hmm, I think I’d put it with a deck of playing cards and ask Dad to deal for a game of Go-Fish, or, I’d tape it to the back of his shirt (while patting his back) and to draw attention to it, ask what the heck did he get on his shirt this time (he’ll think it’s grease or oil or dirt [from working on the tractor]). :)
    Nice tutorial btw!

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    Kristie says:

    If I gave this to my dad I would probably put it inside a package of Nutter Butters which is his favorite. If I gave it to my hubby, I would put it in a case of diet mt, dew, so he would have a fun surprise!

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    Kathy E. says:

    I’d lay it in the top bowl, so when he goes to pull out a bowl for his daily oatmeal, he’d find it! Now that’s one way to jazz up boring ol’ oatmeal.

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    Kelly says:

    very fun idea!

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    Crafty Diana says:

    I would use twine and tie the frame to a box of Lucky Charms cereal- one of his favorites and he thinks of the kids as his lucky charms. :)

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    Ariel says:

    I would have my son give it to him :)

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    Kiersten says:

    I would probably just put it in a cute homemade card covered with our little toddler’s drawings.

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    Brenda Rowton says:

    I would put the card in with a gift that ive already bought him.

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    Mary Sergent says:

    I would most likely put it in a homemade card from my kids . But if I had time, I’d make a custom card that looks like a shirt and tie.

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    Katie says:

    In a homemade card that the kids made

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    Jill says:

    I would tape it to the mirror in the bathroom, or put it somewhere else he least expects it.

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    Michelle says:

    I would put it in a coffee cup that has pictures of the kids on it saying worlds greatest dad.

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    Sandy Ross says:

    I would put it with his mail to find when he gets home from the trip he’ll be on when Father’s Day occurs.

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    Kristina Calkins says:

    I would hide it in the dutch oven since we will be camping .

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    HS says:

    I will put it with the fishing gears we got for him as gifts.

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    Lauren Becker says:

    Oh gosh, I love being creative…but I don’t know! Maybe get him a slightly cheaper tool box (just for fun for the gift, and not really to be used for much) and I can tape the card to the inside lid. He can open it up and see the gift card and maybe some fun chocolate or something else a little cute in the main part of the box. :)

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    My husband loves food gifts, so I think I would tuck it in a jar of nuts or a basket of food goodies!

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    Jennifer says:

    I would wrap it up in a little box put it beside his plate for his special Father’s Day breakfast that the kids and I make for him!

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    Peggy says:

    I would wrap it up with his favorite treat. He would be so surprised and happy!

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    Angela says:

    I would probably hide it somewhere like I his pillow case so when he goes to bed its there. Or we just had a baby so I could hide it in a diaper and ask him to change it!

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    Diane says:

    The only way to wrap it would be to stick it down into a bucket of Butter Pecan Ice Cream. He would find it by early afternoon. That would be soooooo fun and he would love it. He would probably even lick the ice cream off of it ;)

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    Becky says:

    I’d just wrap it or put it with his card. :)

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    Amy Jones says:

    I would have our girls make a card and put the gift card in it.

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    Kristin says:

    I’d probably have my children make him a card and put it in there.

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    rachieannie says:

    wow, I have no creative ideas! but everyone else is coming up with some really great ones!!

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    Sanica says:

    Uh. . . Not sure. My hubby is more of a computer dude. I’d love it though :)

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    Allison R says:

    I would probably put it inside a card made by the kids. He would love a gift card to Home Depot!

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    Cindy Dahlgren says:

    I would put it in a can of coffee or bag of licorice.

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    Eliza says:

    It would be really cute in a card with “There’s no place like home” on the front and then “depot’ on the inside of the card.

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    micah says:

    In a tool belt with other tools we always need but seem to get misplaced (Philips, flat head, tape measure and so on)

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    Kelly says:

    I’m not sure but we could use it. We are moving and I’d love to build raised beds for a garden.

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    chasity says:

    Love this picture and frame idea better than anything else I’ve found on pinterest for Father’s Day! Thank you!!

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    Alicia Lee says:

    Definitely making a few of these

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    Megan A says:

    In a kraft envelope that I cut with my silhouette and decorate :)

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    Angie says:

    Would have to mail it – dad lives a few states away

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    TaeLynn says:

    For my husband? In my bra. That way he can unwrap two presents at once. ;)

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    Charlotte says:

    I’d stick it the wrapper of a king size candy bar…Dad loves him some Hershey’s!

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    Santiago says:

    A card made by the grandkids.

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    Becky says:

    I’ve been wanting to make a toolbox from an altoid tin, but couldn’t think of a use for it. This would be perfect.

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    Dani H says:

    It’s an oldie but a goodie ~ put the gift card in a tiny box (with tissue paper) which is wrapped then put into a larger box which is wrapped and put into a larger box and so on until you have at least five or six boxes inside one another to be unwrapped.

    Thanks for a chance at the giveaway!

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    Megan lamb says:

    I’d sneak it behind one of those adorable pictures! Knowing my hubby, he wouldn’t find it for WEEKS! Ha! Btw, Is there anything you CANT do?! I’m thrilled to find a wood working post on the same blog that honed my sewing skills, knitting skills, cooking skills, decorating skills, and running skills!!! You Rock!

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    Galia says:

    I’d put it in a nice box, next to his car keys.

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    Stacey says:

    Well, I would for sure attach a list of things I would like him to do around the house and send him right on over to Home Depot!!!!

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    Connie Sanders says:

    I’d hide it in a new pair of socks!

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    Christine says:

    I would hide it in a box of screws

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    Brooke says:

    This would be so perfect for my husband! I can’t get him anything big this year because of different circumstances and this would be great. You’re the best!!

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    Cathleen says:

    Maybe a gift card holder with my silhouette…

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    JohnandHeidi Gore says:

    I would package the gift card in one of my handmade cards. Thanks for offering the giveaway.

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    siri says:

    I would put it between pictures of his boys working with construction equipment and carpentry toys and put a note on top that says, have fun playing with your boys with a little extra cash.

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    Kerry says:

    I would fill a mason jar with random fasteners from around the house (nuts and bolts, etc), tie a grosgrain ribbon through the card and leave with at his breakfast plate. Card to read: “we’re nuts about you, dad”

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    Karen says:

    I would place the gift card in the pocket of the carpenter shorts that we’re giving to Dad. Thanks!

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    Rachel S. says:

    I would probably wrap it in a box that was supposed to be something else. I am a stinker like that.

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    Ashley C says:

    I would probably just wrap it in a big box so he doesn’t know what it is right away.

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    Samantha C. says:

    My kids are obsessed with making bird houses, and this would be the perfect storage for a gift card!

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    Katy C. says:

    I would put it in the bottom of a bag or box and cover it in all of his favorite snacks.

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    Caitlyn says:

    I always handmake my cards, so that would be how I added a special touch to the gift card.

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    Mary C. says:

    I’d make him rice crispie treats and stack them up with the card hidden in the middle. Wrapped in cellophane and a cute ribbon and let him devour his way to the gift card. :-)

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    Elissa K says:

    I would hide card in picture frame we have for him.

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    Tina says:

    Chocolate Cupcakes – he loves them – and let this be the decoration on top. Thanks for the tutorial!

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    Karen McAdams says:

    I’d make a treasure hunt, and he would find it at the end of the clues!

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    Lauren E. says:

    I would tape it to his steering wheel so when he left for work he’d find it

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    Mackenzie says:

    I’d probably use my silhouette cameo to cut out a little gift card holder to put it in. :) Love this frame… I think I may have just found my last minute Father’s Day idea!

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    Mindy K says:

    I’ve been seeing a cute fabric envelope sewing pattern around the web lately. I think I’d sew up a cute envelope to put the gift card in :)

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    Mary Happymommy says:

    I would put it in a basket with candy.

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    Jennifer says:

    I’d make an envelope out of scrapbook paper and let my two year old color and put stickers on it.

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    Crystal says:

    My husband wants a new grill, but he is so picky I have no idea which one to get. I would get him some grilling accessories and wrap up the gift card with them so he can pick out his own grill :)

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    Pat kelley says:

    He loves coffee, so I would have a photo printed on a coffee cup and put the card in the cup.

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    BeckyM says:

    Hidden in a box of jelly beans!

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    Tammy says:

    Hidden in a jar full of M&M peanuts!!

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    Lynette says:

    I would make up a card that I have that is tool box shaped, and stick that baby inside it!

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    Eska says:

    I would have him clean up the boys fake tool set and have it stuck inside the toolbox.

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    Doreen says:

    In his empty Kreg jig screw box!

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    Kathy B says:

    I would put the gift card in the pocket of a new tool belt.

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    Patsy says:

    Love the frame and the idea!! Will definitely be making a couple of these for gifts. I would attach the gift cad to the new screwdriver I just bought him.

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    Debbie C says:

    I would tuck it in his napkin at breakfast.

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    Mary says:

    I’d package the gift card up with a 6-pack of my husband’s favorite local craft beer!

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    Monica says:

    I would make a card and have our daughter give it to him with the gift card in it.

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    Megan Adams says:

    I would package the card with a tree from the Home Depot

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    Janelle says:

    I’d make a cute card with yard-work stuff on it… that’s the main project at our home right now, and he’s excited to spend some time working out back this summer.

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    Ashley Outland says:

    I would put it in a basket of Father’s Day goodies and snacks! :)

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    mona says:

    Would package it with a frame

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    Tricia says:

    I would put it in a card. :)

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    Anna says:

    I’d hide it under cookies

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    katy says:

    I agree giving a gift card can seem like a totally lame present, but my husband loves gift cards. I am not as amazing as you are Ashley, so I would have just had one of my kids make dad a card and put it in there alongside some of his favorite treats. Ta-da! I love the frame though! Very cute.

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    Kate says:

    Just the gift card would MAKE HIS DAY!

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    Amanda says:

    I’d probably pair it with a frame just like you did!

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    Lisa Bradbury says:

    I would send him on a scavenger hunt with the children making it seem more like I was asking him to finish up honey do list while getting a new clue with each finished task then SURPRISE and send him off to spend it :)

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    Heather says:

    Either in a paper wallet or behind one of the pictures in the picture frame idea you had. The kids would make up a family treasure hunt where he could find the frame or wallet in the last clue. He has a list a mile long and always items he needs to finish projects or repair things.

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    Kit says:

    Have the kids come up with different ways to wrap and present the frame and gift card. My husband loves gift cards.

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    Emily says:

    I wonder if I could get my grown siblings to do a photo shoot like this! Doubt it! But the frame looks cute and you make it sound so do-able!

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    Kerry says:

    in his coffee bag (or coffee pot!) – great giveaway and frame idea!

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    Lisa Brown says:

    I would package it up in a cookie tin of his favorite cookies.

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    Annie says:

    I do not have smart ideas…I will just give it with the card I will create with my kid :)

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    Kelly D says:

    I would tuck it in some potted plants for his garden.

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    Ashlee says:

    We’re moving this weekend so I’d put it on the fridge and see how long it takes for him to notice:)

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    amelia says:

    I think I’d try the box in a box in a box in a box technique. My kids would love watching daddy open it that way.

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    L says:

    No matter how I packaged it, he would be thrilled!! Still trying to work on our house (a foreclosure) and need all the help we can get. :)

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    Kathy says:

    I would have the kids wrap it. They are the creative brains in this house!

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    katherine says:

    i might roll it up in something boring like a pair of socks… altho, i have a feeling he’d pretty excited about some new socks!

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    Jenny Z says:

    In a card made by our kids. =)

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    Shannon says:

    My dad LOVES sending my kids on “treasure hunts”. I would have my kids hide it in a homemade treasure chest and then draw a map and take their Poppy on a treasure hunt! He’d be so surprised to see it’s something he can really use!!

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    chantelle says:

    What a great tutorial! I’ll be tucking this away on a pinterest board for later reference. I’m sure it could be adapted into a great grandparents gift too. I love the giveaway too. *fingers crossed*

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    Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I would hide it in a huge bag of chocolate!

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    Elle says:

    I would give it to him in a tie box and wrap it up so that he thinks that he’s getting another, boring tie but then when he opens the box, it would be a surprise!

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    CBELL says:

    Cool project! Though, I admit your confidence about how easy it is just shows my incompetence with power tools!

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    Melissa M says:

    I would definitely package it with something sweet! Maybe inside a doughnut…

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    Nancy G. says:

    I would put it in between some instant lottery tickets in a handmade card. He would never guess! Thanks for the chance to win, we love Home Depot

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    Katie B says:

    Cute kid pictures in that frame is perfect!

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    Barbara E says:

    I would hide it under his pillow. :)

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    Jenny says:

    So Cute!! You’re so handy!

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    Janet says:

    I would hang it from the ceiling fan, just for fun, to drive him crazy, “what’s hanging from the fan now!”

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    tammigirl says:

    Now I’m feeling pretty much on the spot because I have not thought of a cute and clever way to give a gift card for Father’s Day.

    I’m stumped. I Think I would keep the card for myself, because I’m the project person around here, and finish caulking and painting the bookshelves I did for my husband in his office.

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    Becca says:

    I would hide it in a jar of his favorite candy. Easy and he’d be way surprised!

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    carolyn montgomery says:

    so cute and clever, too bad i cant saw or hammer correctly. thanks for the giveaway

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    Denise Wilson says:

    I think the kids and I would make a scavenger hunt out of it. I would let them find a place around the house or yard to hide it. Then, we would come up with a really long set of clues, so that he has to hunt very hard… :) The kids would have a blast watching him search for it!

    Thank you for the chance to win!

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    Rosie says:

    I would put it in a small box and then put the small box into a small crate stuffed with paper, etc. I’d nail the crate shut (not too many nails), and then tie up the crate with ribbon and tie a hammer onto the bow of the ribbon. He has to get out the nails to see find his present, but would love every minute of toil to do so!

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    Diane N says:

    I don’t think I would get creative on the packaging…I would just place it on his breakfast tray for his yearly breakfast in bed.

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    Robyn says:

    In the fridge? :)

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    Ashley C says:

    Maybe packaged with some herbs or veggies! My husband loves planting veggies and herbs


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    Annie says:

    I found a cute printable on Pinterest that says “You’re the Best “Pop”” or “We’re ‘Nuts’ About You” with accompanying soda or nuts. I would put the giftcard with that.

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    Rachael Werth says:

    with duck tape

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    Kenzie says:

    I would take him to Home Depot and surprise him there when we go to check out!

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    Laura says:

    Here’s summer in my house: My husband (a teacher off for two months) says “I have to run to the hardware store really quick.” Ten minutes later, he pulls in… followed by a dump truck full of sand. That we have not previously discussed. He decided to put up our 3 year old’s kiddie pool this morning, so he figured he’d surround it with sand so she can have her own beach. I would either float that gift card in the pool… or bury it in the sand!

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    Helena says:

    I think it would be fun to tuck into his wallet on Saturday night, then on Sunday ask him something that would involve him opening his wallet. He would be surprised to find it there among all the receipts.

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    Chelsey says:

    We are going to be out of town for Father’s Day anyways, so a little late would be just fine! My husband has about 800 projects he’s been wanting to work on outside so this would give him a good start! :) Thanks Ashley for the chance

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    Lesley B says:

    I would put it in a gift Baks. They are the cutest little gift card holders by an awesome company (No not me!).

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    Rachel says:

    I would package it with a really nice card or candy bouquet.

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    Danyelle says:

    Love the frame, but I might put the card in a toolbelt.

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    Mandy says:

    One of our toilets needs to be fixed, so my kids and I would tape the card to the lid. Hint, hint!!! ;)

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    Xan says:

    I’d hide it in his lunch box on a Monday morning so he would have something fun to break up a stressful day.

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    Cindy Clawson says:

    My husband would LOVE it since he doesn’t have many tools to far!

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    Phoebe U says:

    I’d put in a nice gift card holder. thanks for the giveaway!

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    Anna says:

    I would hide it in the gun case I sewed for him :)

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    gigi says:

    Your creativity is matched by your confidence! I always feel like your crafts are doable because of your thorough tutorials. Of course I plan on making this great frame multiple times(not just for daddy).
    I would sneak a gift card into the pocket of the shorts he’s getting
    for father’s day.

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    Lawanna says:

    I’m not super creative, but I love the ideas everyone has shared. I would probably put it in the laptop bag to surprise him when he opens it for work.

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    Ashley H says:

    I’d put it on top of the diaper wipes so when he goes to change the baby’s diaper, he will see it.

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    Wendy says:

    I’d have it delivered with breakfast in bed from the kids.
    thanks for the chance to win!

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    latanya says:

    I would pair this gift card with a new pair of jeans with the gift card in the jean pocket

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    Natalie Hedman says:

    I would put it inside a homemade card!

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    Jamie says:

    The kids made him a dvd of pictures through out the year I would put it in the inside of the case.

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    Chantiel says:

    I would make a big frame with paint stir sticks and put it right inside the frame

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    Sandy says:

    I’d probably put it in a card made by my two boys. He’d love it!

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    darcie says:

    love your ideas! i would wrap the gift card up in a homemade card from our boys and put it with breakfast that the kids helped to make him!

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    brooke says:

    I would wrap it up in a new tie!

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    Heidi says:

    I would put it in his wallet and see how long it took to find it!

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    Kristen says:

    I like to put gift cards in giant boxes, with the boxes getting smaller & wrapped each time. Lots of time, but makes me feel like the gift card isn’t lame.

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    Linda says:

    I’d add it to his bag of favorite goodies.

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    Gerald says:

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    Kelly P says:

    I would probably just have the kids give it to him, along with all of their homemade cards!

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    Emily says:

    Ooh…I think maybe I’d wrap it up in one of the neck ties we’re giving him then wrap the tie. When opening the package he’d think he was just getting a tie, but surprise…money too :)

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    Katy says:

    I would have my 1 year old daughter give it to him

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    Robin says:

    My hubby loves good ole chocolate chip cookies so we’d put the card under clear plastic wrap on a plate and stack all the cookies on top. Give it to him with his card, pat his cheek, and a give him what…a great BIG KISS! ;) (and maybe sing him that song)

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    jenn sparks says:

    I would tuck it next to a tin or nuts, wrap that, then pur it all in a larger box. Griftwrap with bows everywhere.

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    Lacey says:

    Packaged with something I know Dad loves like a bucket of Red Vines.

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    Erin says:

    I would put the gift card in the bottom of a box of nails, making him think he was only getting that!

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    Gina S says:

    I’d probably attach it to a jar of nuts with a card saying “we’re nuts about you!”

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    Liz says:

    I would tape it to a jar of lima beans and wrap it. It’s a joke my dad and I have from a while back and I try to bring it up every once in a while.

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    Lori says:

    Super cute!!

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    Jessica Lapp-Singh says:

    Have our daughter ask him to go to Home Depot and hide it in his wallet!

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    Sharon says:

    Great Father’s Day gift!!

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    Andi says:

    This is adorable! Can’t wait to pull the miter saw out of the box!

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      Andi says:

      Oh and I would probably package it inside of the tool chest so he can pick and choose what to fill it with

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    Jennifer H. says:

    I’d put it in an envelope w/ his name on it… then I’d put the envelope under the sander that he has laying around on the dining room table, and then… I’d ask him to put away the sander… … !

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    Jen H says:

    My 6 yr old would love to come up with a fun way to wrap it. He probably would use watercolors.

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    Michelle C says:

    I like making candy bouquets and adding the gift card in… that’s always been well received. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

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    Rhonda HIgh says:

    We would love gift card from home depot. :) Always comes in handy with a fixer-upper. Awesome project by the it. :)

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    David says:

    I would give him a really ugly, cheap wallet that it would be inside of. He would think I got him this crappy wallet that he would be compelled to use, at least when I am around.

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    Cynthia says:

    I might put it in the middle of a jar of gummies or I really like the frame idea!

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    Erica says:

    great giveaway, thanks!

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    Erica says:

    I would let my daughters make their dad a card and put it inside :)

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    Allison says:

    Cool project!

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    Elizabeth says:

    My kids are excited about making hand-painted cards for their Daddy on Father’s Day. The addition of the Home Depot gift card to put inside would be perfect!

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    Bonnie says:

    I would hide it in a card for him that would be placed in the middle of our house while it is being painted and that way he can help decorate.

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    Jenna Ratcliffe says:

    I think I would include it in a card attached to a large candy bar or jar of his favorite candy. Can never go wrong with sweets!

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    Michele says:

    We would pair it with some new jeans and a shirt. That way we can all go out to dinner after he has worked hard doing repairs (which he loves to do!). Thanks!

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    Jennifer says:

    Wish I’d seen this before I spent 30 minutes wandering around the craft store looking for a rustic frame for our father’s day gift! I will definitely try this out for another project, though! Thanks for the great tutorial!

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    Shelly says:

    I’d wrap it in notes/pictures my kids wrote for him.

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    anna pry says:

    i would hide it in his toolbox or lunchbox

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    Pam S says:

    I would slide it into a candy bar wrapper. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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    Dani says:

    Pack it in a bigger box to hopefully surprise him!

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    Megan says:

    I’d include it in our homemade cards, probably with a list of “suggestions” of what to use it for :)

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    Darlene says:

    I would pair it with some candy and movie tickets. Once my dad has worked hard being Mr. Fix-it we can enjoy time together watching a movie!

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    Rhonda G says:

    I would package it in a small toolbox! He loves his tools.

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    M Hebert says:

    Let my daughter decorate a little box and put it inside

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    Cindy A. says:

    My mister is also a car guy so I would hide it inside a bucket of cleaning products.

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    My husband and I don’t do gifts for each other…for anything. But the kids do homemade gifts so that is what he expects. I would sneak it in with one of the drawings or homemade cards. Not very “creative” but would def. catch him by surprise.

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    quinn says:

    Even without a creative delivery, this would be a very welcome gift!

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    shaunie says:

    I would package it in a small photo album and he would see it as he would turn the pages

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    T Michelle Trump says:

    I would put in a small tool box.

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    Mary Jenkins says:

    I would give my husband a new wallet with the home depot card tucked inside. Or really, I would just hand it to him probably. I get lazy sometimes!

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    D Schmidt says:

    I would package it in a homemade mug with cards made by my children.

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    Amanda N. says:

    Taped to the top of the homemade key lime pie that I made him!!!

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    christine jessamine says:

    this would be fun to put in a tool box

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    Rachel says:

    The hubs is going to be a father for the first time this fall – we’d love to win so we can get our DIY on for the nursery!

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    John Hutchens says:

    I would add in into the tackle box I got him for fathers day

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    Angie says:

    I’d pin it to the t-shirt I embellished for him with my embroidery machine… [Knock(3)+$0.01]x3… He’s a mathematician and a huge Big Bang Theory fan! :-)

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    Angie says:

    I’d pin it to the t-shirt I embellished for him with my embroidery machine… [Knock(3)+$0.01]x3… He’s a mathematician and a huge Big Bang Theory fan! :-)

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    Leidy says:

    I would put it in a mason jar with little notes from my children and photo confetti of our family

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    Leigh says:

    I’d hide the gift card at the bottom of a plate of his favorite cookies. ;)

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    Nita says:

    Place it in a Father’s Day card!

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    Gina M says:

    I would include it in a brand new toolbox!

    Entered the rafflecopter form as “Wild Orchid”

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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    Erika W says:

    What a cute idea and great looking family! Happy Father’s Day!

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    Carmen N says:

    I would package it with a big bag of nuts :)

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    Sarah Kelly says:

    I’d probably put it in his pile of tools currently sitting in the living room for a big project we’re working on. Then I’d nag him to put his tools away so he’d see it.

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    linda says:

    I.would put it in wheelbarrow

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    Thomas Murphy says:

    I would buy my dad a new pair of jeans and put it in the pocket.

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    Michelle J. says:

    I’d use it as a bookmark!

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    Kim adair says:

    I would be simple and put it in a card or have my toddler give it to him

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