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This gift is not only useful it's thoughtful as well. Each map represents where dad, mom and their kids were born.
Is your dad a rock star? Well, maybe he doesn't really slam a guitar on stage, but he's a star in your eyes!
Does your dad love baseball? Bet he'd love an autographed baseball for his collection!
Show your dad that you think he's out of this world by creating his own galaxy!
Kids are the kings and queens of #selfies and you'd be hard pressed not to find at least a few in the camera roll on their phones!
Painting a cardboard tube does amazing things! You can shape the tube however you like, then let it dry.
Scratch art has been around for a long time and is a favorite of elementary art teachers.
Turn recycled cardboard tubes into a beautiful bouquet of polka dot spring tulips!
Need a project for a rainy day? Try rubber band stamping!
As pictured, this adorable bunny craft is great for elementary aged kids.
Kids will love this faux stained glass look!
This project is so easy you'll have it done in less than 15 minutes!