A TIE-rific Father’s Day


Yes, I know my pun is horrible, but these ideas aren’t! Go to my guest post at the Fave Crafts blog for all the details! What are you doing for Father’s Day?
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  1. Whitney Caroline Designs says:

    Such cute ideas! I make a ribbon tie on all my Father's Day gifts!

  2. The Adventure of Linds and Lyds! says:

    Those pancakes are so cute! Not sure that I'd have that much ability to handle the batter, but they are darling!

  3. Whitney, I hope you'll show us how you do it!

    Linds or Lyds,
    It's really not that hard. I blogged about it earlier (there is a link in the guest post). You just use a squeeze bottle and "draw" the outline first with batter. Then you fill it in and it makes a design. My kids LOVE it when we do this! My oldest even likes to try making her pictures on the griddle too.

  4. Kira Franz-Knight says:

    hooray for you! I was at a loss for this father's day and you've saved me! xoxo Kira…ps I tried very hard to channel you when doing my son's birthday last week…I kept thinking "how would Kendra do it?"…

  5. Wow, Kira! Thanks! That's a tremendous compliment coming from you! Your parties are always fantastic! I loved the dragon in the pool…I mean, lava! :-)

  6. Chris @ Celebrations At Home says:

    Great ideas, Kendra! Love the tie penant!

  7. cute cute! Had to stop by and let you know I used your photo idea (from last year). Thanks for the inspiration!
    http://alaynascreations.blogspot.com/2009/06/fathers-day-gift.html

  8. treasuringthemoments says:

    These are adorable ideas. Really fun looking.

    Elisabeth

  9. treasuringthemoments says:

    These are adorable ideas. Really fun looking.

    Elisabeth

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