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Despite my mother’s incessant reminders, I somehow always find myself scrambling for a Father’s Day gift at the last minute. Sound familiar? This year, I’m hoping to break that tradition. I’m calling on two of my closest acquaintances: crafts and candy. If you’re in a similar Father’s Day bind, why not make one of these adorable candy jars for dad? We all know he’s secretly hoping for something edible.

Father's Day Candy Jar
This candy jar is quick, easy and hilarious. I love the mustache trend – so quirky! Also, I think my dad would love this sly reference to his terrible ‘70s “stache.” See how Jill from Sandy Toes & Popsicles created these crafty candy jars.

Glass Etched Candy Jar
This jar assures dad some peace of mind; KC from The Real Thing shows how to actually etch his name into a glass jar. That guarantees no candy thieves, right?

Father's Day Tie Box
If you’re looking for a kid-friendly craft, this Tie Box from Eighteen25 might be your pick. And after all, it is Father’s Day – it’s only proper to incorporate ties!

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Handmade, Holidays

15 Responses

  1. Adorable!!! love your blog….

  2. So adorable! Good job :)
    Finding a craft that I can do in an afternoon is a challenge. Luckily, Halloween has provided me with lots of neat ideas, many of which I have found in the pages of magazines! All You had this idea for a cute cat mini pumpkin candy jar, which I modified slightly for cost and time to give it to my mother as a gift.

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