Fathers Day Door Hanger

Give Dad this Fathers Day Door Hanger and a little time for some peace and quiet . Just a little…because he will want to spend time with you too. While he is in his “Time Out”, think of something special to do just for him, like shine his shoes, clean up the yard etc.

Trivia:

George Washington, the father of our country, had no children of his own. He did adopt the two children from Martha Custis’s first marriage. Source: Mental Floss – 15 Dad Facts for Father’s Day.

Supplies
  • Pattern for Dad’s Door Hanger
  • Decorative Picture (optional)
  • Construction Paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Crayons Watercolor Paints Markers or Colored Pencils (optional)
Instructions
  1. Print the door hanger pattern .
  2.  Carefully cut around the outline of the door hanger, and then cut the center circle out. This is your template for this project.
  3.  Place the template on the construction paper and trace around the outside edges.
  4.  Cut out the construction paper door hanger.
  5.  Decorate it any way you like. A decorative picture or photo would be nice but you can trim it any way you want.

Suggestions are:

Quiet Dad Sleeping!

Shhhhhh Dad’s In Time Out

Gone Fishin’

Patterns, Templates and Printables

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